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Customers of Momos food truck, a new mobile food truck that serves Nepalese dumplings, line up for the grand opening in Fort Collins Jan. 28. According to Momos website, the food truck serves authentic Nepalese momos made with fresh and 100% all-natural ingredients.

New food truck brings Nepalese staples to Fort Collins

Rebekah Barry, Staff Reporter January 31, 2023

A well-balanced combination of meat and spices is stuffed inside a delicately wrapped dough for the perfect bite. Momos' dumplings are a must-try. On Jan. 28 Sulav Magar hosted the grand opening of...

Spilling the tea about the 5 best chais in FoCo

Spilling the tea about the 5 best chais in FoCo

Ivy Secrest, Life and Culture Director January 31, 2023

The cold of January has fully set in, and while some may turn to coffee or hot cocoa, chai offers a depth of spice and warmth that coffee and hot cocoa cannot compete with. Unfortunately, with chai,...

The Looking Glass Escape Lounge

The 5 best activity bars in Fort Collins

Yael McLoud, Guest Author November 17, 2022

It is no secret that Fort Collins is known for its microbreweries and craft beers. But did you know there is a plethora of amazing bars outside the beer scene? So what do people in Fort Collins do when...

The elms on The Oval sit barren March 6, 2021.

Woman-owned consulting firm partners with CSU program

Isabel Brown, News Reporter April 24, 2022

Colorado State University recently partnered with an entirely woman-owned consulting firm called Innovative Connections to assist in the firm’s ability to develop research of emotions, emotional intelligence...

The Aggie Theatre advertises upcoming concerts, Mar. 6, 2021.

New artist? Here are 5 ways to kick-start a music career

Grayson Reed, Arts and Culture reporter March 29, 2022
Your audience is everywhere. Fort Collins provides such a large night life that people will always be there to cheer you on.
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