We want people to know that parking will require extra time Saturday morning due to the Veterans Day Parade.
I have seen several stand-up shows and this one was the best. My wife and I were in tears the entire show. Not that many fart jokes. Nick is messing with people when he says that. Two thumbs up!
Dotesero is okay... But really, after three songs you've heard everything they are about.
I saw this band at the Higher Ground Music festival in Downtown Denver and was blown away! These guys and girls are awesome. I'm in for both nights!
It was Bad A**. the top that I've been to so far
Wanted them to print up my own sticker, "Men will be starv'in when robots read Darwin". But they don't do anything original. Thought original work was the forte of liberals.
Joe Uveges, Steve Weeks and Rich Currier also playing. Sounds like a great night for a great cause.
Thanks to everyone who attended the launch of the Pueblo Progressive Poetry Project. We had over 50 people with us as we walked, spoke and listened to the written words of Maria Kelson, Juliana Aragon Fatula, and Juan Morales. The poems presented are now on display at 115 N Main on Central Plaza in the main window. Come Celebrate Pueblo. GH
five star rateing
Add a review of what? A show that is yet to be, the PP Center, the blurb writer? OK, the blurb writer and his mention of "my generation" that had something else but everyone else has this... What does that mean? Was the blurber paid for this? Where can I sign on for a writing gig that consists of writing almost nothing and pays even more?
What a proud nation of idiots we are. That was a rhetorical answer.
I look forward to going back into the future..at UNC!
To the Student Senate. Thank you for letting all the candidates speak. You're right about your students and community being informed about all the candidates.
Accept however incumbent Governor Hickenlooper and Candidate Bob Beauprez the darlings of the two party system that have blocked us from partisanship in their Debates.
Thank you from all the candidates...
Life experiences can influence beliefs and we often draw conclusions about the supernatural based on our own personal experience or the experiences of those close to us. Once life experience has contributed to these beliefs, we find that they may be settled and immovable to a large degree - depending on the intensity and impact of the experience. However, our interactions and experiences with others may eventually change our perceptions - or will they? Grace explores how the range of one's experiences impact beliefs, but it also shows how those experiences impact behaviors after they occur. Are those resulting behaviors as genuine as and consistent with the initial experience? Grace doesn't pretend to answer these questions for us, but illustrates that the variation of experiences and responses to those experiences are as different and unique as there are individuals. In a world that is constantly telling us what to believe, Grace allows us to consider that we don't have to have all the answers to consider the possibilities.
Alway a good time easy going great car people
So much fun. Bands were excellent. Great choices, voters did it right. Will definitely attend next year. Met the singer of Malakai and got a fist bump. Purchased a CD by Grant Sabin. (gotta love songs about tarot cards and Tibetan 3-legged frogs..
The RESERVATION NUMBER FOR CLASSES ABOVE IS INVALID!
THEY ARE SMOKE AND SKETCH CLASSES-NOT ALL ARE NUDE.
IT HAS BEEN CHANGED TO 1719 208 5121!
Downtown falls all over itself to host and promote the bike race - a two hour event - but can't commit to really support the three day Classic.
B.B. King can spend all of his time "chatting with the front row" for all I care. All the more excuse to be there. Sad I'm not.
Word Wednesdays is no longer at the V Bar, it is now at the Speak Easy... Located at 2508 E Bijou St. Colorado Springs, CO 80909. The group is running it and it's still freakin' awesome!
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