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Rolling into the 80s at Tivoli Turnhalle

Office of Events and Partnerships hosted skating party As Spring Break ended and the second half of the semester commenced, students were welcomed back with an afternoon full of roller skating, popcorn, soda, colorful sunglasses, and fanny packs.  Rolling into the 80s was a new

Guest Column

In 2011, I went through an exhibit at the Newseum in Washington D.C. that contained the photographs that the photojournalism world deemed to be the best of the best. Most of them were images I had seen before but were never presented in such a

Denver teachers’ strike ends

Teacher salaries often don’t meet cost of living The Denver Classroom Teachers Association started negotiations with the district about a new pay structure for teachers more than a year ago.  These talks came to a head on Feb. 11, when roughly 56 percent of the

John Owen-Jones | Spotlight | Album Review

Sony Japan Rating: 4 out of 5 stars West End and Broadway star John Owen-Jones has performed in numerous musicals over the years and his fifth studio album, Spotlight, reaffirms why he continues to appear in iconic roles on theater stages around the world. Straight

Profits not progress

Gillette’s ‘We Believe’ advertisement misses the point The P&G company Gillette, which specializes in men’s and women’s safety razors as well as other personal care products, released an advertisement titled, “We Believe” as part of their The Best A Man Can Be campaign. Instead of

Review: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season two

No second season slump to be found Season one of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel left audiences starving for more of Miriam ‘Midge’ Maisel’s observational crude humor about her life in New York City in the late 1950s. On Dec. 5, 2018 that yearning could finally

Dandu’s unique sound dazzles audience

Local band Dandu plays a set at Dazzle Describing themselves as ‘wonky groove music,’ Dylan Johnson, Ben Weirich, and Sean Dandurand brought a fusion of jazz, progressive rock, and hip-hop to Denver’s best jazz club, Dazzle.  The trio performs under the name Dandu. It is

Love Never Dies but maybe it should

A Broadway sequel that pleases almost no one Coney Island, 1910. Hidden among the sea of freaks and sideshows is a place called Phantasma, run by a mysterious man known as Mister Y. This tormented soul opens the show with a lament about his long-lost