Taste, Tenderness, and Appearance: Barbecuing with New Garden City

August 20, 2013

Garden City is an anomaly to many people who have lived in the Greeley. It’s own municipality .1 mile in size, population of 250-350 (depending on who you ask), and with no real central industry, Garden City has struggled through the years to maintain itself after it’s heyday as the only place alcohol could be sold in the area until 1969. But with the legalization of marijuana on the horizon for the state of Colorado, and Garden City being one of the only places in the region to allow medical marijuana dispensaries, the potential to reclaim some of those glory days is there.

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ARISE Spotlight – Quixotic

August 12, 2013

In an era music saturated in synthetic sounds its always pleasure to find artists who can successfully incorporate classical sounds with new technology. Axs, released in 2012 includes songs like “Maya” and “Synergist” that would win the approval of even the most devoted bass head.

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ARISE Spotlight – Random Rab

Listening to Random Rab is a unique experience while sitting at my favorite coffee shop barely being able to keep still. His variations of spatial harmonies weave in and out of glitchy over tones, and smooth trance progressions all strung together with a heavy drum line.

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ARISE Spotlight – The Motet

For the last decade the Motet has asked only one favor from fans, “Dance your ass off!” This summer alone they have blasted some of the most beautiful concert venues in the state of Colorado with their soulful grooves and funky beats.

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Local Artist Dyana Wyeno Shares Her Vision

August 6, 2013

I walk into her studio space in the Greeley Art Space and see several different projects mid way done, you can almost feel them bouncing creative energy off each other. She is an artist of many colors and knows how to get the most out of both her busy schedule and every and any household material.

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