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Take care of future you now

Future you will be happy you didn’t procrastinate Too often, people focus on instant gratification rather than worrying about the needs and wants of their future self.  A New York Times article by Tim Herrera identified that someone’s future self can be as foreign as

Denver International Airport embraces conspiracies

Construction signs are more than meets the eyes The Denver International Airport is under construction and having a fun time trolling people with conspiracy-filled construction signs.  Many Denverites believe that DIA is hiding quite a few secrets—making people wonder what truly is going on in

Oklahoma! gets reinvention and standing ovation

Fresh insights on race relations The 75th anniversary of the musical Oklahoma!, currently in performance at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, is worth the watch. Starting with a wonderful rendition of “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’” there is a sense of passion from

Sam Smith | Promises | Music Video Review

Sam Smith’s and Calvin Harris’ new video, “Promises,” is worth the watch. It focuses on New York ballrooms and all the extravagant people surrounding them. The video features dancers who tell stories of how this atmosphere allows them to be exactly who they want. The

Stay alert when on the streets

Being safe is more than looking both ways Since people were kids, they were always told to look both ways before crossing the street. While this still remains an important rule, there’s more that people can do to be a safe pedestrian.  With the invasiveness

Save the environment in the bathroom

Go plastic-less and eco-friendly In the bathroom, a lot of plastic gets used. From shampoo bottles to toothbrushes to hand soap, almost every product uses some form of plastic. It has come to the point where globally, humans buy a million plastic bottles per minute.

Denver Restaurants are fourth loudest in nation 

Denver Restaurants are some noisy experiences A recent study has ranked Denver the fourth loudest city for restaurants in the nation.  The study, conducted by the hearing aid manufacturer Oticon, studied the noise levels at America’s top 10 food cities: Nashville, Portland, Washington D.C., Denver, San