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Should Hawaii have a fireworks ban?

prohibition didn’t work for a reason Opinion by Kaia Stallings In June of 2011, a fireworks ban was implemented in Hawaii. Since then, almost nothing has changed. The ban has put more people in danger than it has helped. Most of the fireworks and aerials

The Plot Thickens

The Souvenir It was my family’s second trip to Disney World. The first time we ventured down to Orlando had been during February. This time, however, was in the heat of the summer and that meant not only were there loads of people but the

Do judge an album by its cover

The saying is that you should never judge a book by its cover. That remains true for album covers because they’re not always an indicator of the music underneath; however, these few albums stood the test of time not only for possessing great music within

Somewhere in Neverland

“A Change of Heart” I spent my last night in Wyoming before heading back to Denver looking through one of my family’s old rubbermaid tubs full of photos. The tub was full of anything from happy memories, sad memories, embarrassing memories, and everything in between. Some

An event for every kind of raver

Meow Wolf’s Dark Palace provided opportunities for all types of Denver ravers to let loose. The psychedelic event took place on November 22, 23, and 24 of 2019.  Held at the National Western Complex, organizers put every bit of space to use, converting the arena

Cheyenne and Arapaho commemoration seeks healing

Remembering the sand creek massacre by Claire Duncombe Despite the freezing temperatures of early morning, a crowd gathered in the snow of Denver’s Riverside Cemetery. They stood before Captain Silas S. Soule’s gravesite and began the last day of the 21st Annual Sand Creek Massacre

Tame Impala|”Lost in Yesterday”|Single Review

Tame Impala’s “Lost in Yesterday” lacks a clear melody and is surprisingly monotonous. Moving between the same five notes, Kevin Parker’s voice features the same watered down, dreamy sound present in all of the group’s songs. With a boring bass line and repetitive synthesizer, the

Developing From a Negative

Be Prepared Astrophotography has always interested me, but the locations aren’t dark enough so long exposures of the sky are few and far away.  During winter break my partner and I escaped the cold weather of Colorado and flew to Hawaii.  Not only are these

alone together

The conversations all go the same:  “What have you been up to?” “Oh, I’m finishing up school here soon, it’s a little nerve racking but I’m hopeful.”  And I beg to myself, to Something, to you, “Please don’t tell me I’ll figure it out. But