Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Town

On the surface, The Town could be summarized as: “Good Will Hunting with guns.”  A rough neighborhood genius struggles with identity, destiny, and desire for a girl out of his league.  Only instead of solving math problems on hallway chalkboards, … Continue reading

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Angus Vitae Finale Part Two: Saturday

10:00 am: The Long’s Peak Coffee and Paper House serves the darkest, richest, Americano I’ve ever had. Every one I’ve drank since, serves only to remind me that it’s not as good as that one. Noonish: Cradled by rock, listening … Continue reading

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Angus Vitae Finale Part 1: Lonigan’s Friday Night

Three bucks at the door, wooden hallway, band already playing because we’d run late (Did we just pass Ft. Collins? Shit, we’re almost to Wellington. VZ Navigator: make your next legal U-turn).  Drinks hard to get (packed bar), seats impossible … Continue reading

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Paul

“I can envision stopping because it would make life so much simpler, but the reason that every time I’ve stopped, I’ve started, is because it’s a missing piece. It’s a part of my mental health. This is better therapy than … Continue reading

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Matt

” The impermanence of live performance is such a great thing. It’s burned into your memory. You try to pick out every detail of what was going on and you just can’t, which is what makes it beautiful .” The Gear … Continue reading

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