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The Man in Black It’s time we talk about Walk the Line. First of all, it’s great. Second of all, it’s perfect for Thanksgiving. Third of all, it’s an Oscar-winning piece of art. And fourth of all, it’s about Johnny Cash. I first saw Walk

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How I Met Your Mother My parents met at a showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show in 1985. They would go on to date for four years, then get married on March 10, 1990. It’s a pretty simple story that can clearly be conveyed

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Photograph Outside the registration room of the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) Conference there was a small display of cardboard posters on stands. Each poster board was printed with pictures that were being awarded prizes in a competition. As I made my way down the display,

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Bi-partisan During the 2016 presidential election I was not old enough to vote. I did however learn some very basic information about both Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump’s stances on various issues. Even if I hadn’t done that very basic research, I already knew who

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The Intern This summer I didn’t do much of anything. At least, that’s how it feels. I went home for the week of my mother’s birthday at the beginning of July, and at the end of the summer I went on a three day camping

Sweeney Todd at The Bug Theater

Ever since it premiered in 1979, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street has been a classic among the musical theater community, with countless performances each year, including an Off-Broadway revival that was in performance as recently as February 2018. Now, Denver’s Equinox Theater

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Joker As I was walking to the office yesterday, I decided that maybe I should dress up as The Joker for Halloween. I figured it was about time to revisit that outfit, as I haven’t been The Joker since 2008. I also figured there would

Halsey | Graveyard | Single Review

Capitol Records Rating: Thumbs Up As the newest single from her upcoming album Manic, singer/songwriter Halsey’s “Graveyard” is a return to her roots. The song finds her expressing her strong devotion to a relationship that everyone, including the singer herself, knows to be inappropriate and

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Strangers on a Train When I was getting dressed last Wednesday, I decided that I wanted to wear black jeans. I have two pairs of denim that fit that description. One I use exclusively for when it rains or snows heavily, as it’s much thicker