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The Minority Report | Ashley Kim

Last week, a 19-year-old terrorist shot rampantly through the halls and classrooms of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. He killed 17 people, including students and staff members. He killed daughters and sons with an AR-15 that was purchased legally. He reminded us that we are

Podcast solves Georgia’s biggest case file

Up and Vanished explores strange disappearance Tara Grinstead, a 30-year-old high school history teacher and former beauty pageant queen, disappeared unexpectedly on Oct. 23, 2005. Grinstead left behind a nearly flawless crime scene in her home in Ocilla, Georgia—a town with a population just shy of 3,200

El Camino leads customers to flavortown

Latin flare from brunch to burritos In a city where brunch—the most sacred of weekend ceremonies—has been targeted with inflated prices and unapproachable long lines, it is refreshing to see some restaurants keep prices low. El Camino Community Tavern, located on 32nd and Lowell, has

The free art school on Santa Fe

Denver’s best art walk supports local artists After attending First Friday Art Walks for the first time, aspiring and established artists tend to return to Sante Fe Drive for more. Stoneworker Loren Lichti, who has been a showcasing artist of the art walk for the better

Ice Castles stand tall in Dillon

Fairy Tales brought to life Castles have been a fixture in history, storytelling, folklore, and fantasy;  society can’t help but be fascinated by their prestige and what perhaps once dwelled in these reliquaries. The fusion of history and fantasy has come together this winter with

Wakanda Forever: Black Panther is a triumph

A cultural revolution that defies all doubts Marvel’s highly anticipated Black Panther was released in theaters this past weekend, and it has shattered box office records by bringing in more than $241 million in its opening weekend.  Director Ryan Coogler has managed to create more

The Minority Report | Ashley Kim

Jong Jin Kim left South Korea for America in 1982 hoping to find his version of the “American dream.” Kim quit his job as an engineer when his daughter was eight years old to support her snowboarding career after recognizing her talent and growing potential

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Superhero fatigue is a false diagnosis

Long live the blue sky beam By the end of 2018, the Marvel Cinematic Universe will have released its 20th film and 11th television series; DC Comics is trying to keep pace with its own arsonal of projects in pre-production. There are no brakes to

Call Me By Your Name delivers a breathtaking performance

A transcendent love story that tops all romances   Since Call Me By Your Name’s release at last year’s Sundance Film Festival, it has received well-deserved Oscar buzz and has subsequently received multiple Academy Award nominations. The film has been nominated for Best Actor, Best

The Molly Brown House engages Denver community

THE UNSINKABLE’S IMPACT ON THE CITY OF DENVER Contrary to popular belief, “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” was never actually called Molly while she was alive. Margaret Tobin Brown is best known for surviving the catastrophic and devastating Titanic sinking, but she was prolific within the