Tennis – Young & Old

By Erik Myers

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Young and Old, the new album from Denver’s Tennis, contends with midlife’s disappointments – an interesting arrival point for a husband-and-wife duo with a debut inspired by a seven-month sea-faring expedition. Losing the excitement of a couple’s best years will inevitability strain the relationship, as singer Alaina Moore muses early on: “We could be good, but we don’t live the way that we should.” But the tension is flattened under the numbing ’60s surf pop aesthetic that is Tennis’ creative clutch, leaving little behind as it sails in and out of the ears. Based on a syrupy mixture of guitar, keyboard and the studied Moore, Young and Old is pleasant enough to arrive at the coffee shops it was aiming for.

Snowbank Brewing

Snowbank Brewing

There is a saying in Northern Colorado. Today’s snow is tomorrow’s water, which eventually turns into beer. That being said, the area’s newest microbrewer, Snowbank Brewing Company at 225 North Lemay Avenue in Fort Collins, is right in line with this! The snow and water they use eventually turns into great beer. The brewery isContinue Reading

Short Bus

Short Bus

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Party with a Purpose

Party with a Purpose

Join local nonprofit organizations FoCo Cafe and Trees, Water & People to celebrate the wrap up of Colorado Gives Day (Tuesday, December 9, 2014) an annual day of giving and celebration of Colorado nonprofits across the state. Donate to one of these organizations and join the party! Show your CO Gives Day donation receipt for freeContinue Reading

Sex and the Choice City: The Real Nutcracker

Sex and the Choice City: The Real Nutcracker

If Tchaikovsky were alive today, he would probably be on Grindr for a wham-bam-thank you, man! After receiving significant feedback from my article about Tinder (also known as the traveling business man’s secret best friend), I was quite certain that I needed to explore another dating app. This time, I wasn’t going to be the oneContinue Reading