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Black Holes: DMNS Buys Into Space Craze

OFFERS REAL-WORLD, POST-HALLOWEEN SCARES Space: the final frontier. The endless bounds of the universe no longer daunt the astroscientists of Earth, even when they’re faced with fantastical phenomena like black holes and the puncture those holes create in the fabric of space-time. The Denver Museum

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FEMINIST AGENDA: Taylor Kirby

I’ve actively been looking for an opportunity to wax poetic about my love for Hamilton: An American Musical, and three weeks out from one of the most combative elections in our nation’s history, I feel my time has come. Those who know me are well

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Beauty In Imperfection at Sacred Thistle

FLOWER SHOP WITH AN EDGY TWIST On 11th and Acoma, a little gun-metal grey building nestled in between two antique-style brick buildings is the charming Sacred Thistle flower shop. There is a small wealth of beautifully curated specialty shops in Denver, and Sacred Thistle is

Denver Biscuit Co. Boasts Southern Grit(s)

UNPARALELED FOOD COMBINATIONS  It is no secret that Denver is home to some of the nation’s best restaurants, and the Denver Biscuit Company is definitely no stranger to being ranked among “the best.” This place is where the southern hipster foodie is at home. With

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The Girl on the Train: How Does The Film Shape Up?

NEW TO THE STORY The Girl on the Train, based on The New York Times bestselling novel by Paula Hawkins, is a shocking mystery about the murder of a young woman. For those who have not had time to read the book since its release

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BookBar Makes Books And Literature A Social Affair

DRINK WINE, READ A BOOK, FIND PARADISE It isn’t often that people get the best of all possible worlds, but Denver’s own BookBar is–beyond shadow of a doubt–one of the places where that is possible. Nicole Sullivan, the owner of the quirky establishment and a

Roadmap to Denver’s Perfect Fall Weekend

LOCAL TRICKS AND TREATS With so much to do and so much to see, what’s wrong with taking the back streets? Nothing. Nothing is wrong with taking the back streets during the autumn season. Doing so allows for a proper exploration of Denver and all

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Queerly Beloved: Gem Sheps

Because I’m a notoriously bad Colorado native, this past weekend marked my first visit to the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park. The historic white building, beautiful of its own right, was framed on all sides by the fiery colors of fall leaves. I took up

Indoor Farmers’ Market Opens In RiNo

RECREATES VICTORIAN-ERA SHOPPING Innovation. Art. Food. Community. These traits are all found at the heart of the Denver RiNo district, located a few blocks north of Coors Field in the downtown region of the city. Adding to this unparalleled culture, the tight-knit, modern neighborhood welcomed the Denver

Interactive Ghost Hunting At Denver’s Scariest Park

START OCTOBER WITH A HAUNTING EXPERIENCE October is in full swing, and it seems that everyone is very much in the spirit of fall. After all, Halloween is not only about dressing up and eating candy: history has preserved the integrity of this holiday.  But before diving