Published on Friday, December 12 2014 07:26
Since 1979, the Boulder Arts Commission (BAC) has invited creative professionals and non-profit organizations in the cultural community to apply for funding through its grants program. The 2015 grant applications have just been released, with some
Published on Friday, December 12 2014 00:00
On December 19 at 7 pm, Colorado Conservatory of Dance (CCD), formerly the School of Ballet Nouveau Colorado, presents a special version of the traditional, family-friendly holiday favorite, The Nutcracker, for people with sensory needs.
Colorado Conservatory of Dance is in its fourth year of offering Ballet Expressions – a program which uses dance to build critical developmental skills and physical strength and flexibility for children with special needs ranging from Cerebral
Published on Thursday, December 11 2014 08:41
Last week, on Tuesday December 2, KGNU 88.5 FM in Boulder featured a new c.d. by Lyons resident Josh Gadbaw, titled The Ballad of William Henry Gleiss on KGNU’s Kabaret show in Boulder. It was a performance and interview
Published on Thursday, December 04 2014 14:24
The newest Navy nuclear submarine, USS Colorado (SSN 788), is conducting a Ship’s Crest art competition. The winner will have the honor of their artwork being prominently displayed throughout the thirty-year lifetime of the
Published on Thursday, December 11 2014 12:16
Sunday was the commemoration of Pearl Harbor Day. December 7, 1941 was truly a fateful day when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, killing over two thousand of our servicemen, which brought the U.S. into World War Two, against Japan,
Published on Thursday, December 04 2014 13:46
By Doug Carey
The stock market has once again shown that the days of nerve-wracking volatility are not over. Economic growth in the developed world remains sub-par to say the least and many still believe that most of the stock market here is propped up with easy money from the Federal Reserve.