Denver Botanic Gardens lights up! Photos by Victoria Moffat · The Sentry
Same issues with A and B lines still delaying the G line Oct. 26 marked two years since the G Line, a light rail station that stretches 11 miles from Union Station to Wheat Ridge, was originally supposed to open. The line was delayed due
Spooky portal to the Victorian era This year, from Oct. 12–27, tickets were available for the Victorian Horrors at the Molly Brown house. The event lived up to its spooky expectations with the house closing the doors for their regular hours at 4:30 p.m. and
Student-based hip hop group tells their story LUV, an emerging rap group originating in Colorado, consists of Gee·Cue (Gavin Romero), Oneder Bee (Brandyn Romero), Kee LUV (Keith Michael Wood Jr.), and BIG (Angelo Salas). For LUV, the group began right on the back porch of
Heroic Unlike Pluto’s new single, “Mosh Pit,” reminisces about his love of going to hardcore shows and is the newest addition to the EP The Pluto Tapes. The song is another experimental step outside of his typical sound, but the telling lyrics, coupled with hypnotic
Volunteering engages students in local community Lynx Day of Service, is an annual day of volunteering in the surrounding Denver community that connects CU Denver students to the community and emphasizes the importance of local engagement. This semester’s day of service, which was on Sept.
BMG Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Five years after Alice In Chains’ last album released in 2013, their sixth album, Rainier Fog, made its release on Aug. 24. Illustrating the band’s deep-rooted past, the 10 tracks characteristically venture into the emotional turmoil of it,