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Daily Archives: October 3, 2018

Pirate Fest

The City of Northglenn’s Pirate Fest is an event not to be missed. It packs in all the fun of a Renaissance Festival, but with pirates! Located at EB Rains Jr. Memorial Park in Northglenn, this event has something that appeals to all ages, including

CU Denver animation showcase at Supernova

Unique festival gives cam students launchpad This past week, Denver once again became host to the Supernova Animation Festival. Starting on Tuesday and spanning the latter half of the week and into the weekend, the downtown arts district of Denver was brightly lit with a

SGA Update

As the semester progresses, your Student Government Association representatives hope that all is going well at school and that classes are manageable so far. However, if things were always perfect, there would be no need for representatives to actively make life better for students. Because

A Simple Favor shows off entrapped women

Film fails to look at struggles of motherhood Despite recent efforts to feature more women-centric stories in Hollywood, few films are honest about the specific pressures of motherhood. A Simple Favor, based on the 2017 novel by Darcy Bell, is a continuation of the recent

What’s next for the Colorado Rockies?

Playoff chances still unpredictable The Rockies are in an interesting place heading into October. They are in striking distance to take the NL West, but at the same time so are the Diamondbacks and Dodgers. At this point, there is still a chance that all

Denver International Airport embraces conspiracies

Construction signs are more than meets the eyes The Denver International Airport is under construction and having a fun time trolling people with conspiracy-filled construction signs.  Many Denverites believe that DIA is hiding quite a few secrets—making people wonder what truly is going on in

New Halloween looks embrace maximum spookiness

The best costume shops in Denver Perhaps because of the recent horror revival generated by Stranger Things and It, Halloween retailers are vying for much darker imagery this year. Disney princess costumes have seemingly disappeared in favor of more traditionally “scary” getups. There’s still a