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Mystery box show kept the surprises coming

Swinging Noose Productions delivered a show every kind of music lover As many Denver locals know, this city has a thriving music scene. One of the best parts about going to local shows and concerts is discovering new Colorado-based musicians. Trailside Saloon and Swinging Noose Productions

Bernie Sanders Visits Denver

Local and national supporters rally for Sanders As of early March 2020, America is right in the middle of the voting season, and with primaries, caucuses, and rallies galore, Colorado is no exception. In the past few weeks, Colorado hosted rallies for Elizabeth Warren, Pete

Anti-Semitic graffiti found on Ethnic Studies flyers

The university denounces racism on campus On January 30, CU Denver’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) students received an email acknowledging an instance of anti-Semitic graffiti on flyers posted around campus. The targetted flyers were those of the Ethnic Studies Department event, “Let’s

Opinion: Bernie Sanders vs. the media

  Bernie Sanders, who is currently running for president of the United States in 2020, has been a consistent activist since the 1960s. His messages about healthcare for all, social justice, and advocacy for the working class haven’t changed either. Another consistency in Bernie’s political

Best celebrity crush: Keanu Reeves

An unproblematic king Keanu Reeves has been a heartthrob since his first hit movie, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure. But as of 2019, he has gained popularity for not only maintaining his handsome features, such as his long black locks and genuine smile, but has

Foo Fighters | 00020225 | Album Review

Roswell Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars On Sept. 27, the iconic rock band Foo Fighters surprised fans everywhere by releasing a brand new EP, 00020225. The EP consists of two original songs, a cover, and a live rendition, making for an interesting collection. 

Denver mayor proposes minimum wage increase

City Council to review proposal in November Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and Councilwoman Robin Kniech have recently unveiled a plan to increase Denver’s minimum wage to $13.80 per hour by 2020 and $15.87 per hour by 2021. This would make Denver the first city in