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Shadiest lightrail station in the city

Where to avoid at all costs, whenever possible Unfortunately, this is not about which light rail station has the amplest amount of big, leafy trees to provide sufficient shade in the middle of summer. And it’s a fact that those shelters turn into sweatboxes once

Tastiest milkshakes in Denver

The sweetest of the sweet Milkshakes are a classic dessert that remind people of old-school diners as they slurp down the delicious confection. Fortunately, for those who live in Denver, there are two places downtown that offer both tasty milkshakes and the diner experience. Sam’s

Denver’s thriftiest thrift store

Arc store on Colfax and Pierce With this generation’s teens and young adults quickly rejecting fast fashion in exchange for local thrift shops, the hunt is always on for which shop has the best finds. Although it can be difficult to find the perfect place

Most ambitious crossover event ever

  That’s so Suite Life of Hannah Montana On July 26, 2006, the world was changed forever by the collision of three separate TV show universes. Within 26 minutes, the world had been shown the single most ambitious and revolutionary crossover. Since the first airing

Scariest movie of the year: Hell Fest

A slasher horror with a psychological twist Many horror movies are released each year, but one of the most unique and haunting choices of 2018 is Hell Fest. The film takes on the fairly standard formula of a serial killer dressing up and pretending to

Most bizarre celebrity baby names

Maybe they’re born with it, maybe it’s dumb Ever since Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin named their daughter Apple, awareness has grown surrounding strange baby names. While Apple was the first celebrity child to have an unconventional name go viral, she has definitely been one-upped

Queer Lives promotes sense of community

Event uses creativity to highlight serious issues “It is Wednesday. Who’s wearing pink?” asked Queer Lives host R.C. Michaels. The fourth annual Queer Lives suicide prevention and awareness event on Nov. 14, hosted by CU Denver’s Genders & Sexualities Alliance, coincided with this year’s Transgender

Video game review: Red Dead Redemption 2

Rockstar’s sequel takes gaming community by storm The American West had all but seemingly died. The John Waynes, Walker Texas Rangers, train heists, hoedowns, noon duels, and saloons had all disappeared in folklore like the ghost town the West is today. That is, until Rockstar’s

The Plot Thickens

How to Write Like a Pro I haven’t mentioned it before, but I’m like a professional actor. Just kidding, but I am in an acting class, which is way more enjoyable than I ever expected it to be. I went to an open audition for short

41st Denver Film Festival spotlights women+film

Festival puts female filmmakers at forefront From Oct. 31 to Nov. 11, the 41st Annual Denver Film Festival (DFF), hosted by the Denver Film Society (DFS), came together to celebrate local and international films. Hundreds of films were showcased, seven red carpets were walked by