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Fast fashion is bad for the environment

Why thrifting is more fun and affordable “Fast fashion”—a term used to describe the rapid production of on-trend clothing—has become a common term since the 1960s, when younger generations decided to toss their elders’ drab and boring traditions to pursue a more colorful life. This

Impact Humanity makes a difference

What the boutique does for the homeless Owned and operated by Travis Smith, Impact Humanity is the new face of Smith’s original brain child, Impact Locally. It’s a boutique fashion store off Welton in the Five Points neighborhood. Upon entry, the smell of fresh paint

Netflix adds 30 new anime series

What this means for streaming powerhouse Anime—a popular Japanese cartoon style—seems to be on the rise  as  more people are starting to flock to the genre. Shows like Death Note or Full Metal Alchemist are inciting conversations that people want to be apart of and

Quince Essential is required dining

COFFEE HOUSE MAKES NAME FOR ITSELF IN DENVER In the middle of a row of rather usual looking houses on Quince St., one stands out from the rest—not because it is designed differently or is nicer than the others, but because of the crowd it

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

Ice Castles stand tall in Dillon

Fairy Tales brought to life Castles have been a fixture in history, storytelling, folklore, and fantasy;  society can’t help but be fascinated by their prestige and what perhaps once dwelled in these reliquaries. The fusion of history and fantasy has come together this winter with

The Molly Brown House engages Denver community

THE UNSINKABLE’S IMPACT ON THE CITY OF DENVER Contrary to popular belief, “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” was never actually called Molly while she was alive. Margaret Tobin Brown is best known for surviving the catastrophic and devastating Titanic sinking, but she was prolific within the

The Little Prince finds itself on campus

THE BELOVED TALE PERFORMED AT THE KING CENTER The Little Prince is a beloved French tale about a pilot who’s stranded in the desert after his plane crashes, and he meets a young prince, whom he later befriends. While the pilot tries to fix his

Boo at the Zoo sparks Halloween spirit

ANNUAL EVENT BRINGS FAMILIES TOGETHER The 33rd annual Boo at the Zoo kept the Denver Zoo busy this past weekend. The family-friendly event encouraged children to come dressed in costumes, and most did while jumping around excitedly as they walked into the transformed zoo. Attendees

Elitch’s annual Fright Fest fun for all

THRILLS AND CHILLS FOR ALL AGES At the beginning of every October, the Halloween season begins to musk the air. People start seeking out different thrills and pumpkin-related activities to try out, and Elitch Garden’s annual Fright Fest is right on the top of the