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Kaitlin Bennett’s most problematic tweets

How her tweets facilitate hate and ignorance Anyone who has Twitter has probably come across Kaitlin Bennett at one time or another. The Ken State alumna rose to infamy in 2017, posting her graduation photos onto her account featuring Bennett walking through campus toting her

Netflix’s Sex Education hits a home run

Teen sex comedy explores female sexuality Netflix’s new original series, Sex Education, dropped on Jan. 11, and it’s the most recent proof that when it comes to originals, Netflix is a titan in the TV industry. With no shortage of new shows and movies streaming

Denver’s thriftiest thrift store

Arc store on Colfax and Pierce With this generation’s teens and young adults quickly rejecting fast fashion in exchange for local thrift shops, the hunt is always on for which shop has the best finds. Although it can be difficult to find the perfect place

Weirdest Celebrity Beef

Lana Del Rey vs. Azealia Banks This year has been a pretty crazy one as far as celebrity beef goes. There was Cardi B performing her signature move, throwing her shoe at none other than Nicki Minaj. There was the intense and revealing diss track

2018 Midterms Provide Historic Firsts

The significance of the election results went beyond the gubernatorial race In a historic midterm election that ended with the democrats flipping the House of Representatives, the republicans retaining their majority in the Senate, and the most women ever being elected to Congress, Colorado made

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

How Denver public art is being affected by gentrification Denver is covered with murals and various pieces of that provide tourists and locals alike with great photo opportunities. They’re beautiful, colorful, and it takes obvious talent to create them. And while they make great additions

Tim Burton is too scary

Claymation is more frightening than fun While there are a lot of ways to get spooky, like going to haunted houses, corn mazes, or performing a good old-fashioned seance in a graveyard, the best Halloween tradition involves cuddling up to watch a scary movie. And

DIY Locals Repurpose the Golden Mill

The GLDN Pop-Up Pops off Most of downtown Golden is sleepy on Friday afternoons. A few stragglers walk the streets, hands in pockets. No one seems to realize what’s going on just down the block. Across the river in a low, white cinderblock building, a