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The Plot Thickens

Over the summer, I worked as a busser at a pizza restaurant. On my last day, I began thinking about what other summer jobs I would’ve liked to have. My top pick was working at a video store, like a Blockbuster during the 80s or

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Should Netflix movies qualify for Oscars?

They’re taking money from the movie theater industry Opinion by Alexander Elmore Director Steven Spielberg  recently said in a interview that Netflix films should not be able to qualify for Academy Awards, but should only be able to be nominated for Emmys, as they should

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Amazon Echos band together and form army

Rise of machines terrifying users Ever since the Amazon Echo was released in November 2014, people everywhere have installed the voice-controlled device in their homes. The Echo features Amazon’s artificial intelligence called “Alexa,” which responds to users when its name is called. While users have

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A Wrinkle in Time radiates with beauty

Disney fantasy is a sight to see by Alexander Elmore and Jaleesia Fobbs Disney’s updated adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time, which is based on a 1962 children’s novel by Madeleine L’Engle, stands almost entirely on the grounds of sheer spectacle. Meg Murray (Storm Reid)

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

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

Starbucks’ new podcast proves to be inspiring

UPSTANDERS SHEDS LIGHT ON OUTSTANDING ACTS Starbucks is branching out into entertainment media with its podcast series, Upstanders. Currently in its second season, the podcast focuses on ordinary people doing extraordinary things by creating change in their communities. Each episode ranges from 15 to 20

I, Tonya mostly gets the gold

Oscar piece is unbalanced, but gripping I, Tonya tells the true story of figure skater Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie) leading up to the 1994 Olympics. The film recounts the brutal attack of rival figure skater Nancy Kerrigan, an attempt to remove her from the competition.