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Literary magazine festival launches in Denver

POETS OF MODERNITY ON DISPLAY    Witch Craft Magazine launched their first issue in the winter of 2015. The magazine was established by Elle Nash and Catch Business, and since its debut, it has only grown: on Aug. 5, Witch Craft helped launch the first

Best Non-Required Class

WATCHING ‘FIGHT CLUB’ FOR HOMEWORK: YES, PLEASE There are times in a college career when general education requirements become tedious and tiresome, but there is a little glimmer of hope at the end of this sometimes very dark tunnel: electives. Elective courses are often geared

Unhappiest Hour

FOREST ROOM CAN BE BEAT Forest Room Five has an atmosphere of kitschy wonder. Equipped with a patio and fi re pits, built in streams and bridges, the cabin-like interior and a variety of taxidermy scattered throughout, Forest Room creates an absorbing ambiance. But that’s

CBCG Influence Resides in Denver

DIRTY FENCES CHANNELS 1970S PUNK SCENE There will be nothing as gritty, rough, punk rock, and pure as CBGB circa 1977. But seeing Dirty Fences at the Moon Room on April 18 came pretty damn close to it. The band was supported by Denver’s hometown

Antique Row Soul of South Broadway

LOCAL DEALERS CHARACTER OF HISTORIC STREET It’s that transient time of the year between the end of winter and the beginning of spring when Denver seems a little lackluster in its activities and nightlife, and Denverites are left gearing up for festivals or parties months

Evol by Future (Epic)

Future is full of surprises; shortly after releasing his unexpected mixtape, Purple Reign, he released his new album Evol on Feb. 6—and yes, that is meant to be love backwards. Future has often produced tracks that do not miss a single beat, along with a

Creative Exchange with Misfit Goods

CRAFTS MEET CRAFT BREWS AT GRANDMA’S HOUSE Grandma’s House is almost exactly what it sounds like. The quaint brewery is styled to look identical to what an elderly relative’s home would look like, save for the fully functional bar in the main room. Grandma’s House