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Daily Archives: January 17, 2018

One Denver ice cream shop to rule them all

Sweet Cow satisfies any sweet tooth Denver has possessed a surprisingly robust local ice cream community since the early 2000s. In a city with an often underappreciated culinary scene, the friendly and easy-going nature of ice cream shops does something that no other food vendor

Insidious: The Last Key is rightfully the last

Final film of franchise doesn’t deliver Insidious: The Last Key is the prequel nobody asked for. Following the lady with nine lives, Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye), chapter four of the Insidious franchise takes audiences into the childhood of the esteemed parapsychologist that they have grown

The Minority Report | Ashley Kim

One of my favorite shows of all time is Gossip Girl. I’m currently four seasons into my fourth re-watch of the series. Gossip Girl is “your one and only source into the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s elite” (GG’s words, not mine). The show focuses on

Batterygate drains Apple of trust

Company faces backlash after slowing down phones Apple is the largest technology company in the world and was the ninth largest company in recorded history at the end of 2017, but even giants fall. Despite its popularity, there have always been rumors and conspiracy theories

What does 2018 have in store for Colorado?

NEWER RESTAURANTS, LOWER RENT, HIGHER MINIMUM WAGES 2017 was a eventful year for Colorado. But the momentum seems to only be gaining, rocketing into 2018 with a massive amount of upcoming projects and shake-ups that may leave the mountainous terrain of the Rockies looking significantly

New Year’s resolutions: Pointless or powerful?

THEY ARE A SETUP FOR FAILURE by Padideh Aghanoury On Jan. 2 of every year, without fail, gym memberships skyrocket as the start of a new year inspires many to take on new challenges. People who tend to set lofty, and even perhaps downright impossible,

The youthquake reinvents itself in 2018

MODERN GENERATION SHIFTS THE POWER Youthquake was chosen as The Oxford Dictionary’s Word of the Year, and the selection has shaken up a new interest in what precisely the word itself stands for. Defined as, “a significant cultural, political, or social change arising from the