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Gnash | we | Album Review

Rating: 3.5 out 5 stars Atlantic Before Gnash took the music industry by storm in 2016 with his hit single “i hate u, i love u” with Olivia O’Brien, Gnash made himself a name on SoundCloud with his various collaborations with artists like Goody Grace

Denver activists work to decriminalize mushrooms

Initiative could appear on May election ballot Denver has recently been making national headlines with the new effort to decriminalize a particular type of “magic mushroom” or the psilocybin mushroom. The Psilocybin Initiative is currently the effort of activists of Decriminalize Denver, whose adage is

Winter weather induces difficult traffic conditions

Commuting safely in Denver’s winters With winter storms and colder temperatures making an entrance into Denver’s climate, the city’s increasingly crowded roadways can prove to be more dangerous in winter storms than in warmer weather. According to Colorado Public Radio, a national survey found 20

Colorado’s best up-and-coming musicians

Three local crowd-pleasers Tennis Husband and wife duo Tennis (pictured), first met in a philosophy class here at CU Denver in 2008 but have since been making waves in the Colorado music scene after an eight-month sailing trip after graduation.  Older tracks from the duo

Imagine Dragons | Origins | Album Review

Interscope Rating: 4 out of 5 stars The fourth studio record from Imagine Dragons, released on Nov. 9, snakes listeners through the group’s various eras and genres from their past three releases. Origins takes fans on an expedition back to the group’s beginnings, living up

Add-on ticket fees complicate purchases

The total price should be advertised Excessive service fees on tickets to events like live shows and sporting events are not an unfamiliar annoyance for anyone that has ever purchased a ticket to any sort of entertainment event. Essentially, the annoyance isn’t in the fees

Denver Nature and Science Museum takes visitors to ¡Cuba!

A fascinating glimpse into neighboring culture After the United States reestablished diplomatic relations with Cuba three years ago, the American Museum of Natural History collaborated with Cuban scientists to create a new immersive exhibit about Cuba’s biodiversity, history, and cultural traditions in the daily life

Denver unveils new on-demand public transit

An attempt to tackle parking congestion and traffic The City of Denver launched a new on-demand public transit campaign on Oct. 26 in order to ease traffic and parking congestion in the Cherry Creek, Capitol Hill, and Civic Center neighborhoods. Riders can access the 14-rider