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Americana redefines the American experience

EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHTS THE BEAUTY OF DIFFERENCES In late September, Darren Ching curated the photo exhibition Americana at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center. The exhibition features images hand-picked by Ching from photographers around the US. The CPAC’s vast display room now houses roughly 30 photographs that

Ai Weiwei debuts new sculptures

WORLD RENOWNED ARTIST BRINGS WORK TO DENVER Ai Weiwei’s work is world-renowned and seeks to not only have a political meaning, but also reaches for something deeper in everyone. The Chinese contemporary artist wishes to appeal to everyone’s humanity. On Oct. 17, Denver Civic Center

Denver Startup Week highlights local tech talent

CU DENVER ALUMNI SHARE TIPS Regardless of one’s background or beliefs, it is inarguable that the ability to create to bring something once abstract into a concrete, defined existence attracts all people as they engage as innovators and thinkers. Defined by “starting up” with a

Author of Goosebumps debuts new book

R.L. STINE AND MARC BROWN AT TATTERED COVER On Aug. 14, authors R. L. Stine and Marc Brown visited the Tattered Cover bookstore to promote their new book, Mary McScary. The crowd, a mixture of both kids and kids at heart, was a buzz as

Emmanuel Gallery hosts Jann Haworth’s art

GALLERY FEATURES BEATLES ALBUM COVER ARTIST Jann Haworth, most widely known as the co-creator for The Beatles album cover of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, opened her own exhibit featuring solely her hand-sewn work. “The album cover art was voted the most important album

The Dark Web: a pleasant place to browse, shop

NOT JUST SEXUAL SLAVERY Accessible only by Tor browser, the Dark Web is hands down the greatest underworld realm that can be found. It sounds frightening and sketchy to the average law-abiding citizen, but based on positive personal experiences, Yelp should rate it 5/5—highest marks.

Board games and brews at Grandma’s House

YOUR IMPROVED CHILDHOOD Alot of kids got spoiled at their grandma’s house, but what if adults want to be the ones being treated for a day? Grandma’s House on South Broadway  isn’t where an aging relative lives—it’s a brewery, though there’s still plenty of chances

Shaolin Warriors kicks symphony up a notch

AIRBORNE KUNG FU WARRIORS It can be easy to only think of martial arts in terms of what is commonly depicted in movies or on TV: fighting styles great for beating up bad guys. Having traveled from China to the Colorado Symphony, however, the Shaolin

Vagina Monologues makes the risque resonate

ANNUAL EVENT DRAWS FULL HOUSE Every year since playwright Eve Ensler first wrote The Vagina Monologues in 1998, many communities around the world celebrate the groundbreaking show annually with performances paying homage to the original debut in New York City. Summit Hill Music, located off