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Flower Boy | Tyler the Creator

Tyler the Creator’s  fourth studio album, Flower Boy, (released on July 21) vocally explores his journey in self-discovery and change throughout his musical career. The rapper has matured from his past albums’ harsh beats and angry lyrics for the sake of shock value to smooth

The Minority Report | Ashley Kim

At the beginning of the summer, I distinctly remember being reprimanded by a friend who had discovered that I had never seen The Walking Dead. Her specific response was something along the lines of “????????????” I just didn’t understand what was cool about a show

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What to Expect at Your First Denver Comic Con

  Denver’s 6th annual Comic Convention (Con for short) is happening this weekend at the Colorado Convention Center. With a record-breaking 150,000 expected attendees for the three-day event, there are bound to be some Denver Comic Con first-timers. Here’s what you can expect: Cosplayers. Everywhere.

Most inspirational day

UTOPIAN MOMENT: JANUARY 21, 2017 A Facebook event emerged shortly after Hillary Clinton conceded the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump. The “Women’s March on Washington” was created by a Hawaii native, Teresa Shook, as a way to counter the election results, and express solidarity for

The Rockies win opening day in Denver

A SOLD OUR CROWD SHOWED UP AT COORS On Friday, April 7 the Colorado Rockies returned to Coors Field for their Opening Day, looking to win their first series at home against the Los Angeles Dodgers.  Coors Field was at capacity with over 49,000 fans

Musical side-project turned viral sensation

TMZ ON THE VIRAL RISE On March 25, Too Many Zooz played the Bluebird Theatre in Denver. After the concert, the Sentry had the opportunity to talk with one of three musicians that make up the Brasshouse band trumpet player Matt Doe about the band’s

Domestic terrorism hits downtown London

UK RESIDENT HARMS 50, KILLS FIVE IN VEHICULAR ASSAULT On March 22, 52-year-old Khalid Masood drove an SUV down the length of Westminster Bridge through a crowd of pedestrians. Masood proceeded to drive his vehicle into a fence surrounding the Houses of Parliament, after which

Brasshouse group slayed a packed house

TOO MANY ZOOZ AT BLUEBIRD The band that has been catching the attention of New York City commuters in subway stations since 2014 made their second memorable visit to Denver at the Bluebird Theater on March 25. Too Many Zooz, a brasshouse band based in

Passion project evolves into premier coffee house

Sträva Craft CURATES INFUSED BREWS A desire to create positive change through different passions brought an unlikely duo together to brew fine craft coffee with a Colorado twist. Sträva Craft Coffee was founded in 2015 by Andrew Aamot and Kevin Crowley. Aamot, with a background in information