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Scene Stealers: September 2019 – Yellow Scene Magazine

There aren’t many actors in Colorado who can say they’ve played not one but two of the most iconic horror icons of all time on stage. In 2018, Derek Helsing took on the challenging role of Ash Williams in Equinox Theatre’s production of Evil Dead: The Musical. It was met with rave reviews and packed houses. Now, Helsing gets a chance at the second most iconic horror icon of his career – the one and only Demon Barber of Fleet Street, better known as Sweeney Todd.

“What do you think of all the changes?”

I remember when they tore down Rainbow Music Hall. I remember the Caribou Ranch Fire. I remember when the Fillmore Auditorium was still called the “Mammoth Events Center.” I covered the re-opening of the renovated Gothic Theater. And now I see a state I barely recognize in so many ways. And to be honest, not all of them are bad.

Kicking Cancer’s Ass 2019 Tournament

The cannabis industry began as a grassroots movement (pun intended) - a community of people who were (are) passionate about the plant and their health.

Cuisine

Drinks You’ll Love – From Old Fashioned to New Fangled: Mixology and Magic in BOCO

There’s no going out for a meal without drink considerations. We imbibe because, as Benjamin Franklin noted, god loves us and wants us to be happy. And YS want you to be happy, too. We want you to indulge. So we went out for a drink or two so we could tell you where to wet your whistle with the area’s sexiest sauces. Cheers!

DiverCity Series: Shanna Henkel – It Takes a Village

A DiverCity conversation with the woman who runs the Village, creates community, and counts on the continuation of conversation across generations, all while keeping Boulder fed in the great greasy spoon tradition. You know it: 890 sq. ft. of reality surrounded by Boulder.

Seven Chefs: Legendary Top Mobile Chefs of BOCO

Seven BoCo chefs and their stories.

25 Dishes from around the world… and around BOCO

25 international dishes from around Boulder county.

Potions & Elixirs: The Magical Cocktails of BOCO Bars

Boulder County loves to sip a little something. These creative concoctions are exactly what you need for a splash of indulgence.

Also in This Edition

Spotlight on Avenhart

venhart, fronted by the indelible vocals of Andrea Peres and violinist and vocalist Olivia Shaw, brings something a little different to the party, with female-charged energy, tight harmonies and riveting stage presence. Here, the duo talks about how they met, their creative process and what it’s like operating in such a male-driven genre.

Halloween Calendar: September 2019 — Yellow Scene Magazine

Sepetember events calendar for Boulder County.

Greta Van Fleet Invades Red Rocks: Anthem of the Peaceful Army

Greta Van Fleet absolutely destroyed Red Rocks, bringing their one-of-a-kind modern iteration of the glorious and nostalgic eras of rock to the fore, throwing roses to the crowd, screaming and singing, and ripping through incredible guitar solos from both of the brothers - the two of them alternating between wicked bass riffs and electric solos - and hammering out nonstop, unbelievable drum solos that left the crowd gasping and screaming in approval. 

Don Quixote Rides into Denver | Colorado Ballet Review

If you missed the opening night of Don Quixote, fear not. With performances through October 13th, the Colorado Ballet dancers will be on hand and on-stage to delight local audiences with Spanish inspired classical choreography by Marius Petipa, paired with music by Ludwig Minkus, performed live by the Colorado Ballet orchestra.

Dance To Be Free: Empowerment through Movement

Wallace is offering women an opportunity to move through trauma and into empowerment. The women who attend Dance To Be Free have often experienced a lifetime of violence and trauma. They may never have experienced their own body as a safe place to be. Dance offers an experience of their body that they can own, forging a new pathway to freedom within themselves.

Form & Fun(ction)

BoCo dancers model this season's fashion.

Notables

DiverCity Series: Shanna Henkel – It Takes a Village

A DiverCity conversation with the woman who runs the Village, creates community, and counts on the continuation of conversation across generations, all while keeping Boulder fed in the great greasy spoon tradition. You know it: 890 sq. ft. of reality surrounded by Boulder.

News

Month in Review: September 2019 – Yellow Scene Magazine

Boulder banned flavored e-cigarettes. The city finalized plans for new restrictions on e-cigarettes. Stores can no longer sell flavored e-cigarette juice. In addition, Boulder wants to use a ballot measure in November to increase taxes on legal e-cigarette products by 40 percent.

Month in Review

Month in Review: September 2019 – Yellow Scene Magazine

Boulder banned flavored e-cigarettes. The city finalized plans for new restrictions on e-cigarettes. Stores can no longer sell flavored e-cigarette juice. In addition, Boulder wants to use a ballot measure in November to increase taxes on legal e-cigarette products by 40 percent.

Community Corner

Month in Review: September 2019 – Yellow Scene Magazine

Boulder banned flavored e-cigarettes. The city finalized plans for new restrictions on e-cigarettes. Stores can no longer sell flavored e-cigarette juice. In addition, Boulder wants to use a ballot measure in November to increase taxes on legal e-cigarette products by 40 percent.
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