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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

Denver Lab awarded grant from NIH

Study targets opioid addiction and pain treatments In July 2017, Dr. Amy Wachholtz (Ph.D., M.Div., M.S.), an assistant psychology professor at CU Denver, and her team at the Comorbid Opioid Addiction and Pain Lab (COAP) were awarded a $700,000 grant from the National Institute of

Hoodie Allen’s traveling circus comes to town

Allen gives wild show at Cervantes’ Other Side In the heart of Denver’s Five Points neighborhood, Hoodie Allen took the stage for an electrifying set at Cervantes’ Other Side on Sept. 27. The New York native’s set kicked off with an effortless circus-sounding track to

The Neighbourhood | Ever Changing | Album Review

Columbia Rating: 4 out of 5 stars The fresh release from California natives, The Neighbourhood, takes fans back to the group’s acclaimed mixtape #000000 & #FFFFFF from 2014. Straight off their self-titled third album released in March, the newest and highly anticipated EP from The

Tash Sultana | Flow State | Album Review

Lonely Lands Records Rating: 3 out of 4 stars   Melbourne-based entertainer and busker Tash Sultana gives listeners an insight to her boundless talent with debut album Flow State. Flow State, released on Aug. 31, kicks off with a subtle and relaxed intro with “Seed”