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Bohemian Rhapsody is entertaining yet lackluster

Freddie Mercury biopic not as operatic as real life Bohemian Rhapsody chronicles the life of Freddie Mercury from the time he stumbled upon Queen, then called Smile, to the Live Aid concert which brought them back together in 1985. Overall, it is a decent movie

Santa Fe art walk embraces DÍa de los Muertos

For Denver’s finest art showcase celebrates the holiday The Santa Fe Art District sidewalks became crowded with those celebrating Día de los Muertos on Nov 2. All manner of people, some dressed up and others not, joined together to celebrate their loved ones that had

The Plot Thickens

Brokeback Mountain Even before I came out as gay in my junior year of high school, I was scrounging every available platform to watch gay-themed films. Though I didn’t watch many gay movies prior to coming out, I do remember watching both Shelter and Geography

Denver Nature and Science Museum takes visitors to ¡Cuba!

A fascinating glimpse into neighboring culture After the United States reestablished diplomatic relations with Cuba three years ago, the American Museum of Natural History collaborated with Cuban scientists to create a new immersive exhibit about Cuba’s biodiversity, history, and cultural traditions in the daily life

Review: Shane Dawson’s The Mind of Jake Paul docu-series

YouTuber delves into psyche of fellow creator YouTuber Shane Dawson has recently begun making documentaries about internet celebrities like Jeffree Star and Tana Mongeau. Dawson’s latest venture is The Mind of Jake Paul. This series consists of eight parts that focus on determining whether or

Love Never Dies but maybe it should

A Broadway sequel that pleases almost no one Coney Island, 1910. Hidden among the sea of freaks and sideshows is a place called Phantasma, run by a mysterious man known as Mister Y. This tormented soul opens the show with a lament about his long-lost

Blade Runner vs Blade Runner 2049

Cyberpunk 1001: Blade Runner Opinion by guest contributor Max Maioli Few films are more synonymous with their genre than Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner (1982). By taking the familiar tropes of 40s and 50s film noir, mixing them with Philip K. Dick’s philosophical genius, and adding

The Plot Thickens

Adventures in Laundry-ing The machine won’t accept my debit card even though there’s money in my account. I can’t refill my laundry card, and there’s only 50 cents left on it, so I can’t start the dryer. I’ve already got clothes in the washing machine,

Gaming Goat opens its doors in Denver

New board game and RPG store hopes to create  local community Attention to all game lovers, from the novice to the die-hard nerd. The Littleton area had a grand opening for Colorado’s first Gaming Goat on Saturday, Oct. 20. Gaming Goat is a franchise of

Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry comes to Auraria

A Harry Potter Halloween celebration in the Tivoli Turnhalle For those who didn’t receive their Hogwarts acceptance letter, they were cordially invited to a Hogwarts-themed event in the Tivoli Turnhalle on Oct. 24. Students from all three schools on campus were led down a Tivoli