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Daily Archives: September 2, 2020

Arvada Center embraces Pink Progression

Celebrating 100 years of suffrage for women Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment passing into law, which ensured the right to vote for women in the United States, Pink Progression: Collaborations fills a chasmic void in representation of feminine identities at major art

Is it safe to open venues right now?

COVID-19’s music industry Catch-22 Photo: John Mazzetta • The SentryDenver’s music scene struggles amidst COVID-19 Many of the country’s industries are faced with an unstinting Catch-22. The music industry is a tragic paradigm of the conflict. On one hand, live shows are needed to keep

City Struggles to Find Space for Sanctioned Homeless Camps

Neighborhoods & activists work together to find solution As Denver’s homeless population grows, the need for locations to camp becomes more of a necessity. However, locations within the city are already scarce.  As described on Colorado Village Collaborative’s website, “These Safe Outdoor Spaces will be

Stop using the phrase “Dad Bod”

Stop giving different body types nicknames. Oh, the dad bod. What comes to mind when reading these words? In American popular culture, the phrase “dad body,” or shortened to “dad bod,” refers to a body shape common in middle-aged men. Think no more six-pack and