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‘The Last Waltz’ to play the BolderLife Festival in October

Click on the BolderLife logo to download a copy of the play script.

Click on the BolderLife logo to download a copy of the play script.

The BolderLife Festival announced that the stage play “The Last Waltz” will be produced for it’s October event in Denver.

The play by Alan O’Hashi was previously staged in Boulder at the Hitching Post Theater in 2011.

Download a copy of the play by clicking on the BolderLife logo.

Daddy Bruce and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Daddy Bruce Randolph remembers cutting the hair of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Here’s a short documentary called “My Own Corner” produced by former Boulder Community Media producer Yu Miao. The project is her final University of Colorado broadcast journalism project.

The film features 80-year old Bruce Randolph Jr. of Boulder, Colorado. Bruce owns a barbecue and catering business at the corner of 20th and Arapahoe.

He is the son of community activist and grassroots philanthropist Bruce Randolph Sr.

Before getting into the restaurant business Daddy Bruce Jr. was a barber in North Denver. He recounts cutting the hair of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Principle photography is by Alan O’Hashi with sound by Todd Bradley.

The Life and Death of American Journalism: The Media Revolution That Will Begin the World Again

The University of Denver Department of Media, Film & Journalism Studies and the Digital Media Studies program present Robert McChesney and John Nichols, authors of The Life and Death of American Journalism: The Media Revolution That Will Begin the World Again, speak about their vision of the future of journalism and of public life.

Monday, April 26, 10:00 – 11:15 a.m.
University of Denver Campus, Ritchie Center Gottesfeld Room*

Robert McChesney is the author/editor of 16 books. He holds an endowed professorship in communication studies at the University of Illinois. John Nichols is a Washington correspondent for The Nation and is one of America’s leading progressive authors and political journalists. Both are founders of Free Press, the leading media reform organization and creators of the National Media Reform Conference.

This event is free and open to the public.
*The Ritchie Center is located Southwest of I-25 and University Blvd. Short-term parking is available around the building. The RTD Lightrail-University Blvd. station is across the street.

For additional information: visit http://www.du.edu/ahss/schools/mfjs/news/Future_of_Journalism.html

Honor Society plays the Marquis in LoDo

BCM correspondent Roxy King and "Honor Society"

Boulder Community Media Music Correspondent Roxy King had a chance to talk with a great band called Honor Society.

The group is on tour and stopped in Denver last week and rocked the Marquis Theater in Lower Downtown.

A news package will be uploaded, so keep checking back to see the exclusive interview and some never-before-heard acapella singing.

Studio B – BCM catches up with Nick Jonas

Roxy King interviews Nick Jonas Boulder Community Media roving reporter Roxy King caught up with Nick Jonas before his concert at the Paramount Theater in downtown Denver recently.

Jonas, the youngest member of “Jonas Brothers” is on tour with his band, “The Administration.

Nick talks about life on the road away from his brothers, how diabetes affects him and muses about his basketball trick video.

Click on the image of Nick and Roxy to view the video package.

Studio B – Nick Jonas at the Paramount Theater from BCM / WCM: The New Journalism on Vimeo.

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