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Dark Side of Denver

For those interested in the darker history of LoDo, Dark of Side of Denver Ghost Tours opens the door to the paranormal world. Seasoned storytellers dedicate every weekend to leading people around Denver. Much of the tour occurs inside Union Station and other iconic buildings,

The evolution of Halloween traditions

With Halloween lurking just around the corner, many might wonder where their American Halloween traditions originated. Why do people carve pumpkins? Why do people dress up in costumes? Who thought candy corn was a good idea? From the beginning of these traditions around 2,000 years

Haunting hits for a spooky good time – staff picks

The Sentry’s  Halloween staff picks While this song is not a traditional Halloween bop, Cindy Lauper’s 1983 hit, “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” is a sure-fire way to make all the witches in the club start groovin’. The upbeat 80’s tune is a bubbly way to start off the spooky evening.

Words from a wallflower

Halloween used to be a big deal to me. I would rush home from school to get my costume on before the sun even went down and impatiently wait until my parents told me it was time to go out with my friends. From the

Halloween staff picks and The Teal Pumpkin Project

Lore is the perfect spooky Halloween podcast. Aaron Mahnke, creator and narrator of Lore, covers a variety of topics, from ghost stories, folk legends, and true events, all of which have spooky themes. Covering serial killers, vampires, ghosts, monsters, and more, Lore is a great

Postmodern Jukebox returns to Colorado

Contemporary hits with a 20s twist Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) is a musical group consisting of strings, brass, woodwinds, and vocals. In 2014, Scott Bradlee created the group of multiple musicians with a focus on taking contemporary songs from artists such as Carly Rae Jepsen and Lady Gaga and reimagining them in a past era sound like the 20s. The group also utilizes

Harry Styles | Lights Up | Single Review

Erskine Records Rating: Thumbs Up Harry Styles is back with a brand-new single, “Lights Up.” It’s a great track that effortlessly combines the beachy, string-centric style reminiscent of bands like The Neighbourhood, and the whimsical, avant-garde artistry of Styles himself. Elements of gospel, classic acoustics, and light drum loops are

Liza Anne | Devotion | Single Review

Arts & Crafts Productions Rating: Thumbs Up Liza Anne’s latest track “Devotion” is the femme power ballad the world didn’t know it even needed but is all the better now that it’s here. Instead of looking at a breakup as the end, “Devotion” chronicles a profound return to self. Slamming