Friday January 17th at 7PM – Music of Ten Thousand Things
Although things remain thoroughly embryonic for the new band based out of Boulder, “The Ten Thousand Things”, they are a band that reaches into a bounty of influences within the Folk, Soul, and Blues traditions; while at the same time attempting to remain wholly original. Their influences range from The White Stripes, to Jimi Hendrix, to Radiohead, and to Bob Dylan. Weaving the wistful yet somehow hypnotic and surreal lyrical imagery provided by singer/songwriter Danny McGavock and the funky, yet soulful rhythms of drummer Quinn Giangiorgi, the band has always placed a firm emphasis on maintaining an integrity of the soul and never compromising to the influences of rapid technological development, fleeting novelty acts, and other cheap tricks.
Hosted by Asa Lott, this reading welcomes all.
Dec 24th open til Noon.
Dec 25th Closed.
Dec 26th to Dec 30th - 7AM to 5PM.
Dec 31st open til Noon.
January 1st Closed.
January 2nd - January 12th - 7AM to 5PM.
Thursday December 19 at 7PM - Centennial Middle School (Boulder) Poetry Reading
Students from Centennial Middle School will read their creative writing from the first semester.
Bombay Gin is the literary journal of The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poeticsâ€”co-founded by Allen Ginsberg and Anne Waldmanâ€”at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado.
Started in 1974, Bombay Gin is the literary journal of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poeticsâ€”co-founded by Allen Ginsberg and Anne Waldmanâ€”at Naropa University. Edited by department faculty, students and staff, Bombay Gin publishes innovative →
Poet, fiction writer and performer SETH openly admits to having a love affair with language. His passion for words, particularly the rhythms and sounds of speech, extends not only to his craft but to his presentation. SETH has made a career carving out creative ways of presenting his poetry and short fiction.
As one of Coloradoâ€™s best known performance poets, SETH →