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The High Cost Of Trendy Neighborhoods

RINO ART DISTRICT LOSING GALLERIES Denver is a booming city. According to the US Census Bureau, between 2014 and 2015 the population increased by 18,582 people. This means that Denver is one of the most popular places to move to in the nation. Thanks in

North Classroom Undergoes Renovations

CONSTRUCTION ON CU DENVER BUILDING The North Classroom on Auraria Campus has been under construction for the past few months. The $33 million renovation will continue at least through Fall 2017 and possibly even until Spring 2018. The Sentry spoke with Cary Weatherford, the Associate

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Rocky Mountain Loopfest Cycles Aural

PLETHORA OF SOUNDS MOB KING CENTER When diving into the world of abstract music, the results can be somewhat puzzling. Some experiences can be overwhelming in peculiarity while others can be exciting and influential for an explorative, wide-eyed concert-goer. The Rocky Mountain Loopfest brought a

CD Review: AlunaGeorge

I Remember (Interscope Records) AlunaGeorge’s latest release, I Remember, is like listening to a Barbie doll sing over sweetened sugar-filled Pop Tart. The whole thing needs a heavy insulin shot. Out of the 12-track album, at least nine feel like synthesized-cavity filler, leaving little to

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Angela Buckley

PROFESSOR RUNS ENTREPRENEURIAL PROGRAM ON CAMPUS Making a living in the arts is no easy task. Unlike many other career paths, there might not be an office job waiting when college is done, even for the most qualified or talented applicants. This uncertainty can be

CD REVIEW: TRAVI$ SCOTT

Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight (Grand Hustle) Travi$ Scott’s newest LP, Birds in The Trap Sing McKnight (BITTSM) was released on Sept. 2. Scott’s second effort has retained his signature hard-hitting psychedelic swagger but this time, with more confidence than ever. Scott’s previous LP, Rodeo,

Fantasia Fest Reclaims Vintage Artistic Spirit

DIY SPACE HOSTS THREEDAY FEST Fantasia, an art and music event held at local DIY space Rhinoceropolis in the RiNo art district, adrenalized and inspired audiences last weekend. Beginning in 2012, Fantasia has become one of Rhinoceropolis’ biggest events. The event space is split into

B-Side Thursdays Smashes LoDo Rooftops

CU DENVER ALUMNI TALENT ROCKS MCA On Sept. 1, local bands with CU Denver flavor, Loanword and The Milk Blossoms took to the rooftop stage at the Museum Of Contemporary Art (MCA). Both bands, known for their unorthodox approach to playing and performing music, displayed

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Scariest, Media-Fueled, Hate-Mongering Candidate

DONALD TRUMP IS STILL IN THE RACE Donald Trump is the ultimate example of pop culture in the US overtly affecting political outcomes. His success hasn’t come from having great policies or a wealth of experience in the political realm, but instead from playing on