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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Foul-Mouthed Cross Stitch at Grandma’s House

FUN TWIST ON ARTS AND CRAFTS Cross stitching might be most popular among a group of grandmas, but tucked in the last corner of South Broadway, untouched by gentrification between auto shops and dispensaries, cross stitching is accessible to all at Grandma’s House. The bar

Author of Goosebumps debuts new book

R.L. STINE AND MARC BROWN AT TATTERED COVER On Aug. 14, authors R. L. Stine and Marc Brown visited the Tattered Cover bookstore to promote their new book, Mary McScary. The crowd, a mixture of both kids and kids at heart, was a buzz as

CU Denver Live!’s Art of Cooking

ANNUAL EVENT CELEBRATES ASIAN CUISINE On Thursday Sept. 14, CU Denver Live! put on one of their most popular events: The Art of Cooking. Located at Cook Street Culinary School off Market Street, students walked from campus to the kitchen, eager to cook but even

The Minority Report | Ashley kim

When Tim Tebow famously took a knee to pray during football games, Americans applauded him for being brave and standing up for what he believes in, for being a devout and passionate Christian, and upholding American values. His pose quickly went viral, inspiring people to

Raul’s Report: Find your “Why”

Whether you’re a first-year student or a continuing student, you’ve probably noticed there are a couple of things you can’t get away from here at CU Denver advice and opinions. Everybody’s go ’em including me, and we’re always willing to share. THAT RAUL GUY Thanks

$4.99 Spotify and Hulu bundle for college students

STREAMING SERVICES JOIN FORCES The growth of streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Spotify are easily outpacing traditional TV and radio services. On Sept. 9, Spotify and Hulu announced a partnership that offers US college students premium subscriptions to both services for $4.99 a month

Underground electronic music on the rise in Denver

EUROPEAN DJ BRINGS NEW NOISE TO DENVER Denver has undergone many changes recently, especially regarding it local electronic music scene. People who live in this city tend to associate electronic dance music with large festivals in Las Vegas and in the deserts of Southern California,

Pugs in the Park – Photo Booth

Every year, the Denver Pug Rescue hosts their annual fundraiser, Pugs in the Park. The event was lined with booths ranging from dog-themed pillows to a table where volunteers offered to clip the nails of even the most stubborn of pugs. At a booth adorned