Dating in Colorado is all about experiences. The standard dinner-and-a-movie-date is too boring for most active Coloradoans, with skiing, hiking and parkour dates climbing to the top of the list of ideas. Not to worry, you don’t need great health insurance just to date in Colorado, but you may want to at least put on some sunscreen and stretch a little first. Here are five date ideas that are truly, uniquely Colorado.
So you’re single, and looking. You’ve tried online dating. Maybe even Tinder. You’ve been set up by your friends, and - good God! - your parents. You go to bars regularly, and you’ve joined your fair share of Meetups. But The One still eludes you. Newsflash: You’re looking for love in all the wrong places, and Yellow Scene is here to help. We present a selection of BoCo’s most desirable singles.
When UllrGrass came to town for the first time last year, nobody knew what to expect. Would the Norse God actually come? Would he bring an ice storm and crash the whole party? Could Golden support a festival with winter descending?
Turned out, yes, on all accounts. Sunday was a beautiful powder day at Parfet Park and the close proximity of the stages had pedestrians all over town. Coloradans
Working in teams of 2–6 people, participants craft one-of-a-kind pieces from an array of found materials — stuff we find at thrift stores, yard sales, basements and our back yards. It's interactive unique “upcycling,” which makes for fun team building.
Now well into their third decade as one of Colorado’s most beloved blues acts, Chris Daniels and the Kings have found a formula that just simply works for them: Put on a good show, gig relentlessly, and love every minute of what you do.
"Al Scholl and Dave Willey came aboard because they just love Tom Waits. Al does a very convincing Mark Ribot and Dave seems to already know all the tunes by heart on accordion, piano, guitar, banjo..."