Entertainment

Vaudeville Magic

The Yard Dogs Road Show played at the Fox Theater Sunday night. The vaudeville show included sword swallowing, magic, burlesque and music. Here's a slideshow wrap-up of the acts.

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'The Guardian' showcases life of rescue swimmers

Ashton Kutcher has been known for his comedic efforts since he achieved stardom on "That '70s Show" and became the host of the reality TV show "Punk'd." He grabbed more attention starring in movies like "Dude, Where's My Car?," "Just Married" and other screwball comedies. However, his lead role in "The Guardian," opposite Kevin Costner, proves that there is more to Kutcher than his slightly idiotic roles and celebrity pranks.

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It's Toofy time

A project that started as a simple short film called "The Absence of Autonomy" has turned into an annual international event over the last three years. The festival, the Toofy Film Fest 2006, will be celebrating independent films, music, fashion and fine art here in Boulder from Sept. 28 to Oct. 1.

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Fire up the grill

Is there such a thing as a professional tailgater? At CU there is. Families and friends have been congregating before Buff football games for 10, 20, some even 40 years. "We're professional tailgaters," said tailgater Rick Mues about himself and his pal, David Blackbird.

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BSA celebrates black history

Hundreds of CU students, parents and Boulder community members filed into the Glenn Miller Ballroom last night to celebrate "A Night of Soul" and African American culture.

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The lowdown on TV shows this fall

As many of you may or may not know, the fall season of TV drama is about to begin. As networks get ready for their ratings to skyrocket, many of you are getting ready to block out a chunk of time for these beloved melodramas. Whether watched with friends or alone with a bowl of popcorn, this season's great hits are sure to grab hold of our attention every week.

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Retro beat

Down in a basement room of the UMC, Radio 1190's music blared while stickers and graffiti smothered the walls. CDs were stuck in between the fluorescent lights, and the staff sat on large blue couches, eating, talking and rocking out. The DJ wasn't using the new, up-to-date equipment but was standing over three turntables and placing the needle into the large grooves of the records.

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