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mmm…COFFEE! Paleo Bistro for the mind, body, and soul

  Tucked away in a community building on Santa Fe sits a homey shop that elicits a similar cathartic experience to that of Anton Ego’s at the end of Ratatouille. Like setting foot into many coffee shops, there are the hisses and clanks of espresso

Reasons why Hollywood might produce lousy entertainment

Strikes for fair pay could lead to a rut or unoriginal media Opinion by Frankie Spiller Writer’s strikes are nothing new. In 1959, the organization known as the Writers Guild of America (WGA), went on a six-month strike in order to gain health and pension

Hidden films worthy of being in the spotlight

Television today means options—a lot of options. But given the choice between Avengers: Endgame, an epic showcase of super abilities with a bottomless CGI budget, and Vincent Grenier’s Interieur Interiors, a slow-paced, silent exploration of the mental opportunity found in boredom, the overwhelming pick of

Walt Disney Studios buys 20th Century Fox

What do film and television students think? “Welcome Home” captioned many posts on Instagram to a picture of the Fantastic Four and X-Men walking through the gates of Disney, when the deal between 21st Century Fox and Disney became complete. After more than a year

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

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

CU Denver animation showcase at Supernova

Unique festival gives cam students launchpad This past week, Denver once again became host to the Supernova Animation Festival. Starting on Tuesday and spanning the latter half of the week and into the weekend, the downtown arts district of Denver was brightly lit with a

Holidaily, a Gluten-Free Dedicated Brewery

ONE OF FIVE GLUTEN-FREE BREWERIES IN US In Feb. 2016, Holidaily Brewing Co. officially opened their doors to the public. After a year and a half of being open for business, the company continues to grow each and every week. Holidaily Brewing Co. is Colorado’s

Marc Maron brings sardonic humor to Denver

PARAMOUNT ENJOYS HEAVY HUMOR The Paramount Theatre was awash in the lights flooding down from its marquis as throngs of Colorado residents bustled through the theater’s 1920s-designed entryway to see comedian Marc Maron on April 8. Around 8:30 p.m., a voice sounding distinctly like Maron