Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Review: ‘Gypsy’ at Longmont Theatre Company

Heralded as one of the greatest Broadway musicals of all time, Gypsy, which closes out Longmont Theatre Company’s 2017-18 season, made its way to...
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Longmont Wins All-American City Award For Second Time

This weekend, Longmont participated in the competition to become an All-American City.  A group of over 50 people from Longmont worked on and traveled...

Morning Brief: Maker General: A Downtown Longmont DIY Shop and Space for Fiber Projects

Written by Valerie Sexton: Julie Benoit and Stephanie Sterling are the creative duo behind Main Street’s newest shop, Maker General. The two Baltimore transplants were...

Morning Brief: Things to Know about Celebrating July 4th in Longmont

The following are a few things to keep in mind as you participate in your July 4th celebrations. Leave pets at home and keep them...

Local Restaurants Unite For Longmont’s First Restaurant Week, April 2018

Are you looking to try some new food at one of Longmont's local restaurants? This April, Longmont will celebrate its first restaurant week and...

A Celebration Of Patsy Cline Opens Tonight in Longmont

The Longmont Observer was kindly invited to a sneak peek at the first show of the Longmont Theatre Companies 60th season, “Today, Tomorrow, & Future...

Healing Warriors Offers Free Veterans Pop-Up Clinic In Longmont

A Colorado non-profit has started offering free complementary care to Veterans, Service members, and their family members to assist with pain and PTSD related...

Longmont Food Rescue’s Produce in the Park

On Sunday, October 29, Longmont Food Rescue held their monthly Produce in the Park event at Collyer Park, located at 619 Collyer St. The...

Restorative Justice: Reintegrating Offenders and Healing the Community

A little-known program in Longmont is helping offenders stay out of the court system and is helping to heal communities. This restorative justice program...

Advocates of the portfolio model for improving schools say it works. Are they right?

By Matt Barnum         @MATT_BARNUM         MBARNUM@CHALKBEAT.ORG This is the final part of a three-part series. Author David Osborne is sure that his vision for improving schools is the...
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