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Mayor Michael Hancock speaks on Auraria Campus

LEAVES LYNXFEST IN LAUGHTER On Saturday, Oct. 14, the usual queso smell that fills the halls of the Student Commons Building was replaced with whiffs of fresh barbeque as students, alumni, and their families gathered for a luncheon with Mayor Michael Hancock. The luncheon was

Alessandro Cortini | Perdonare: Album Review

Artist: Alessandro Cortini Album: Perdonare Release date: Oct. 6th, 2017 On Oct. 6, Italian musician Alessandro Cortini released his sixth studio album under his own name. Cortini produces music under a number of aliases. The sheer volume of this musician’s work alone is impressive, but

DIY venue celebrates its fifth anniversary

SEVENTH CIRCLE ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL It’s been five years since Seventh Circle Music Collective opened its doors to local rock musicians and enthusiasts, and the DIY artist space still continues to thrive. Celebrating its five-year anniversary, Seventh Circle hosted a three-day music festival from Sept. 22-24.

Foul-Mouthed Cross Stitch at Grandma’s House

FUN TWIST ON ARTS AND CRAFTS Cross stitching might be most popular among a group of grandmas, but tucked in the last corner of South Broadway, untouched by gentrification between auto shops and dispensaries, cross stitching is accessible to all at Grandma’s House. The bar

Underground electronic music on the rise in Denver

EUROPEAN DJ BRINGS NEW NOISE TO DENVER Denver has undergone many changes recently, especially regarding it local electronic music scene. People who live in this city tend to associate electronic dance music with large festivals in Las Vegas and in the deserts of Southern California,

Deceit | This Heat: Vinyl Review

Artist: This Heat Album: Deceit Release date: 1981 The seminal record Deceit, the second and last full-length album by This Heat, was released in 1981. Though this album came out at the tail-end of the height of art-punk and during the earlier stages of post-punk,