Macky Auditorium has been transformed into winter wonderland this Friday, Saturday and Sunday by decorations, rich voices and beautiful instruments for the College of Music’s annual Holiday Festival.
From the prancing and dancing reindeer to the working elves in the North Pole, the story of Santa Claus has been told for hundreds of years.
This holiday season, make sure you’ve got something for everyone on your list. CP’s 2006 Holiday Gift Guide offers suggestions for everyone on your list, regardless of your budget.
Stores are preparing for people’s wish lists this holiday season with winter-inspired gifts and enough back stock of merchandise to keep customers happy.
Forget Santa Claus – the offspring of murderous Lake Bodom are coming to town. Count on being slain. And the night of Dec. 11 will be neither silent nor holy.
The Finnish metal outfit Children of Bodom makes a stop at Denver’s Ogden Theatre, 935 E. Colfax Ave., on Monday night.
Multicolored Christmas lights, garland, red stockings and 15 unique voices transformed Muenzinger Auditorium from lecture room to concert hall Friday night at Mile 21’s end-of-the-semester concert.
Mile 21, a co-ed a cappella group at CU, blew its audience away with the debut of five new songs.
The weather is getting colder outside, and if students are looking for a warm place to hang out, then the UMC could be the answer.
The UMC Connection has a lot of activities for students wanting to stay indoors with eight pool tables, 10 bowling lanes, and an arcade with games, pinball, foosball, air hockey, big screen TV and snacks.
Fifth-year senior and film studies major Jim Babb makes films that span genres from narrative to avant-garde and incorporate an array of media and techniques.
The holidays are rapidly approaching, and the movie theaters are getting ready. Whether it is a sequel or a brand new movie, the holiday films are beginning to hit the big screen.
“The Nutcracker” was held in Macky Auditorium Nov. 24 to Nov. 26 and will also be performed on Dec. 2 and Dec. 3. The show, produced by Boulder Ballet, held a matinee performance Nov. 26 that was filled with families wanting to get into the holiday season with a classic show.