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Daily Archives: October 10, 2018

The Plot Thickens

A Star is Born Some stories never die. As usual, I made a trip to the cineplex over the weekend and saw A Star is Born. I’ve had “Shallow,” the film’s theme song, stuck in my head since Saturday morning. It’s a great song that

Insomniac Games takes swing at Spider-Man

Marvel’s Spider-Man is best game yet by Jovan Ravenscroft and Adrian Toca Bless the Lord that waiting for two years was worth it. On Sept. 7, Insomniac Games released its highly anticipated Spider-Man game that is an exclusive for the PlayStation 4 console. It is

How to stay in shape with a busy schedule

Easy exercises for those in a hurry With balancing classes and work alike, most students are going non-stop. It’s easy to fall out of good habits like eating healthy and exercising. However, studies have shown that working out is a big stress relief; it boosts

DIY Locals Repurpose the Golden Mill

The GLDN Pop-Up Pops off Most of downtown Golden is sleepy on Friday afternoons. A few stragglers walk the streets, hands in pockets. No one seems to realize what’s going on just down the block. Across the river in a low, white cinderblock building, a

Undercover

Writing Ahead Hemingway said, “write until you come to a place where you still have your juice and know what will happen next.” While I’ve always taken this advice when I write I often wonder how these words apply, if at all, to real life.

The All-Night Vigil makes a noteworthy appearance

St. John’s does Rachmaninoff St. Martin’s Chamber Choir kicks off their 25th anniversary season with a gorgeous performance of Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil. Held in the historic Saint John’s Cathedral in Capitol Hill, the lights were dimmed to simulate the darkness in which it would traditionally

Young the Giant | Heat of the Summer | Single Review

Elektra Off their blazing set at Grandoozy, Young the Giant debuted an electric new single from their upcoming fourth album, Mirror Master. “Heat of the Summer” kicks off with a fiery intro featuring heavy percussion and an effortless guitar progression. The group quickly makes a

Ritt Momney | Pollution/Disclaimer | Single Review

No Label “Pollution / Disclaimer” by independent artist Ritt Momney is the combination of two short keyboard songs. The first begins as a slow, single note melody then effortlessly transforms into a powerfully subtle drum beat. Rather than being grabbed by the instrumental backing, lead

Jungle | For Ever | Album Review

XL Recordings Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Jungle, a modern soul band based in the United Kingdom, returns with their second album, For Ever. The instrumentation is strong throughout the whole album. There are a variety of drum and synth beats that are pleasing

It’s Immaterial

Bodily Insecurities It’s interesting how insecurities can come and go with age. I had someone almost come into my life (a big beefy dude who I caught feelings for, and it ended with me getting brutally, yet somehow affectionately, friend-zoned) and seeing his body brought