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Meow Wolf prepares for Denver grand entrance in 2020

Already has other Denver projects in existence Meow Wolf, a Santa Fe-based art collective that got its start in 2008, expanded its artistry to the heart of Denver with a groundbreaking in December 2018. While the permanent space is expected to open sometime in 2020,

Cheap and easy ways to kill time on 16th street

More than just clothes-shopping and movies Sometimes there’s a lull between classes, or a nearby event that hasn’t started yet, and the problem of how to pass the time becomes apparent. The 16th Street mall is full of things to help resolve this issue. Scoping

The Plot Thickens

Reciprocity One day over winter break, during a week in which I was by myself in the city working, I got home and decided I needed to cry. I ended up watching Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. It’s a fantastic little film that

Auraria talks about challenges of being gay and undocumented

Yosimar Reyes tells his story about dual labels “Please sign-in if you’re going to eat,” an event worker told students as they entered St. Cajetan’s on Feb. 5 for UndocuQueer, an event bringing light to the experiences of undocumented LBGTQ immigrants living in the United

Review: DCPA’s Anna Karenina brings Tolstoy to life

Play emphasizes timeless themes in centuries-old story Anna Karenina, the classic novel by Leo Tolstoy, is a complex tale of love, lust, jealousy, and death that is both beautiful and tragically haunting. The story is set in Russia in 1873 and centers around a diverse

Review: As Long As We Both Shall Live

Local author’s second book is twisted, investigative fun Matt and Marie have been married for 20 years and are looking to rekindle their marriage. They plan a romantic getaway into Rocky Mountain National Park for a weekend full of fresh air, breathtaking views, and falling

Netflix’s Sex Education hits a home run

Teen sex comedy explores female sexuality Netflix’s new original series, Sex Education, dropped on Jan. 11, and it’s the most recent proof that when it comes to originals, Netflix is a titan in the TV industry. With no shortage of new shows and movies streaming

Los Molinos at Auraria serves up Mexican cuisine

Campus food truck moves into mercantile building Mexican restaurant, Los Molinos, has opened a permanent location on the Auraria campus, but they aren’t entirely new around here. The family-owned restaurant started as a food truck in the 1980s and has been coming to campus for

The Plot Thickens

Love, Simon As much as I love movies, one genre that I mostly steer clear of is the romantic comedy. For the most part, I don’t find any of these sorts of films appealing. Occasionally, I do want to watch a good romance (which is

How #MeToo has changed the entertainment industry

More experiences highlighted, but some abusers avoid scrutiny Just over a year ago, The New York Times published an interview with actress Uma Thurman in which she claimed producer Harvey Weinstein assaulted her. The interview was particularly shocking given that Thurman had worked on many