This Week in Arts & Culture: Charity concerts and corporate cronuts

Beats for Flood Relief

September’s floods struck a chord with Boulder and Denver musicians. Concerts for flood relief arose throughout the area, with at least one live event donating profits per week throughout September and October. Local music fans can find plenty of ways to contribute to their neighbors in need while supporting local music. Check out Reverb or Boulder Weekly for the latest roundup of charity concerts.

“Is it Local?”

International corporations are making their way to the heart of local-loving Boulder. Walmart’s “Neighborhood Market” will open its doors in October and Dunkin’ Donuts is set to “open soon.” If you’re the Colorado tree-hugging type or just looking for something a bit less commercial, Westword reveals the best apple farms to visit this fall in Northern Colorado.

Storytellers Visit Boulder

CU-Boulder was enlightened with the presence of esteemed storytellers Stephen King and Ira Glass this week. Meanwhile, the whimsical acts of the Boulder International Fringe Festival will wrap up their work on Sept. 29.

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