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Daily Archives: January 23, 2019

Punk Against Trump 2019

Three years of activist punk In the wake of the 2018-19 government shutdown and only a few hours after the Women’s March, the Moon Room at the Summit hosted the third annual Punk Against Trump benefit concert with an impressive lineup of hard-hitting local acts.

Review: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season two

No second season slump to be found Season one of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel left audiences starving for more of Miriam ‘Midge’ Maisel’s observational crude humor about her life in New York City in the late 1950s. On Dec. 5, 2018 that yearning could finally

The Plot Thickens

Write What You Know Over the past few months, I’ve begun to realize that being a filmmaker and a writer  is perhaps a bit more of a curse than a blessing. What I mean by this is that  a professor once told me that because

Undercover

The Rule of Three I‘m approaching this semester like a ghost pepper. After a season on stress and anger, I need to be cautious about how I treat myself and others. The two are closely intertwined, and as soon as you make a decision with

Vance Joseph done as Broncos’ head coach

After only two seasons, Broncos force Joseph out Vance Joseph’s time in Denver has come to a miserable end. After a dismal record of 5-11 a year ago and a disappointing but slightly better record of 6-10 this year, Broncos Executive John Elway felt the

Happily ever after

Eight years ago, a dancing plate and a dancing corkscrew became friends. Three years after that, they started dating. Five years after that, they got engaged. And yes, I am that plate. My now fiancé (ooo, it’s still so new and fun to say that

Another brick in the wall

Faith in Democracy According to an Axios poll released shortly before the 2018 midterm elections, only half of Americans report that they have faith in U.S. democracy. It’s possible that some Americans mostly feel disillusioned with the U.S. political system because of the election of

Denver holds third Womxn’s March

This year’s theme embraced inclusivity and intersectionality It has been two years since the first Women’s March on Jan. 21, 2017, which was organized in part to protest the inauguration of President Donald Trump, who has a history of making controversial statements about women and

CO liquor laws updated 80 years after Prohibition

Colorado updates liquor laws for 21st century The new year brought new changes to Colorado liquor laws. Before Jan. 1, both grocery and convenience stores could only sell drinks up to 3.2 percent alcohol content by weight, and those drinks could not be consumed in