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Wakanda Forever | Ashley Kim

This is my first Marvel love letter. I don’t even know where to begin, Marvel. You did it. You showed everyone what accurate representation looks like and how much we need it. In 135 minutes, my entire existence was completely redefined. All I want to

Real news, biased coverage, big laughs

Improv comedy show satirizes politics Comedy is one of the most subjective forms of entertainment, and is made even more challenging when unscripted. Denver’s  Metropolis Bovine Theater is clearly up to the task with their new show, Fake Network News. Styled after cable news programs

American Mariachi highlights Latinx history

MUSICAL DAZZLES BUT FALLS SHORT IN WRITING The Women’s Liberation Movement made the 1970s a revolutionary time for women in the United States. Women fought their way out of the kitchens and into the streets to protest their unequal treatment. In the same decade, Hispanic

Mission Impossible: Fallout | Trailer Review

The Mission Impossible franchise is releasing its sixth movie, titled  Fallout. The recently released trailer is, unsurprisingly, packed with all the makings of an MI film—violence, love, drama, and betrayal. The trailer opens with a bird’s eye view of Paris at dusk as a piano

I Feel Pretty | Trailer Review

Amy Schumer, and her crazy, comedic antics have returned with the release of the trailer for her upcoming movie I Feel Pretty. Releasing in theaters June 29, I Feel Pretty tells the story of an ordinary woman who struggles with feelings of insecurity and inadequacy

God’s Own Country tells poetic tale

Romance paints a picture of hope for love Through frames carved with beautiful depictions of farm life, careful glances, and emotional walls built by a lonely young man destroyed by a handsome stranger, a picture is painted of a poetic tale about true love found.

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