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Daily Archives: November 28, 2018

Lettuce Hits Boettcher Concert Hall

Lettuce plays with Colorado Symphony On Saturday the 10th at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the jam-funk band Lettuce performed for their first time with the Colorado Symphony. It was an evening that left listeners wanting more from the collaboration than what was

Dandu’s unique sound dazzles audience

Local band Dandu plays a set at Dazzle Describing themselves as ‘wonky groove music,’ Dylan Johnson, Ben Weirich, and Sean Dandurand brought a fusion of jazz, progressive rock, and hip-hop to Denver’s best jazz club, Dazzle.  The trio performs under the name Dandu. It is

Undercover

To fight a dragon I’ve been on a herring kick lately. It’s cheaper than tuna and as healthy as all hell. I’ve explored all my myriad options as I go. There’s the all important pickled herring, herring in tomato sauce, fried herring, smoked herring, herring

Ariana Grande | thank u, next | Single Review

Universal Thumbs Up Ariana Grande’s first number one single in the United States, “thank u, next,” grabs listeners and leads them into a celebration of love, loss, and growth. Grande’s new, smoother sound pairs effortlessly with her powerful message of reflection on past relationships. This

Queer Lives promotes sense of community

Event uses creativity to highlight serious issues “It is Wednesday. Who’s wearing pink?” asked Queer Lives host R.C. Michaels. The fourth annual Queer Lives suicide prevention and awareness event on Nov. 14, hosted by CU Denver’s Genders & Sexualities Alliance, coincided with this year’s Transgender

Video game review: Red Dead Redemption 2

Rockstar’s sequel takes gaming community by storm The American West had all but seemingly died. The John Waynes, Walker Texas Rangers, train heists, hoedowns, noon duels, and saloons had all disappeared in folklore like the ghost town the West is today. That is, until Rockstar’s

Imagine Dragons | Origins | Album Review

Interscope Rating: 4 out of 5 stars The fourth studio record from Imagine Dragons, released on Nov. 9, snakes listeners through the group’s various eras and genres from their past three releases. Origins takes fans on an expedition back to the group’s beginnings, living up

The Plot Thickens

How to Write Like a Pro I haven’t mentioned it before, but I’m like a professional actor. Just kidding, but I am in an acting class, which is way more enjoyable than I ever expected it to be. I went to an open audition for short