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What the Devil? While watching The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on Netflix, I’m reminded of the blatant misappropriation of pagan culture. I wasn’t surprised when one of the character’s pronounced Samhain “sam-hayn” rather than “sow-in.” All it would take is to read the first sentence

Festive foolery at the Merc’s Halloween

Big Halloween Showcase at the Mercury Cafe On the evening of this past Saturday, Oct. 27, the infamous Mercury Cafe hosted its Big Halloween Showcase with a stacked lineup of groups that spanned a variety of genres and styles and other miscellaneous performances similarly wide-ranged. 

Windhand crowd bewitched by heavy metal

Windhand plays to a full house at the Larimer Lounge On Oct. 23 at the Larimer Lounge, the doom metal band Windhand greeted a welcoming, accepting crowd gathered for the sole purpose of basking in the occult riffs and baselines. Following the release of their

Black Motion | Moya Wa Taola | Album Review

Sony Africa Rating: 4 out of 5 stars With this latest LP, Moya Wa Taola, South African electro-dance duo Black Motion delivers another smooth and uncompromising record. With a wider range of instrumentation and higher production value than previous records, Moya Wa Taola provides a

Registration difficulties could discourage potential voters

Registration difficulties could discourage potential voters As reported by The Associated Press earlier this month, 53,000 voter registrations were put on hold in Georgia, unbeknownst to many of these potential voters.   This incident added further tension to the state governor’s race. Democratic nominee Stacy Abrams, who’s been an advocate

Review: Halloween is gory, fun, and well done

Myers is back and better than ever by Isaiah Mancha and Alexander Elmore After narrowly escaping an Oct. 31 killing spree in 1978, Jamie Lee Curtis returns 40 years later as Laurie Strode to face off yet again against Michael Myers in 2018’s Halloween. Set

THE ROBLES RANT

Spineless Let’s take a break from sports for a moment following a horrific week for the nation, perpetuated by the very worst of American politics.  Every presidential administration has a few moments where the president has an opportunity to bring the nation together in times

RTD faced with questions of safety

RTD faces pressure after accident this month A pedestrian was struck and killed on Oct. 4 while trying to cross in front of the RTD train at the crossing at South Santa Fe Drive and West Bayaud Avenue. According to Denver Police the pedestrian was distracted