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The fall of Denver’s feature festivals

Velorama and Grandoozy will not return in ‘19 Denver’s first major music festivals, Grandoozy and Velorama, have announced that they will not be returning to the Mile High city in 2019. While the former suggested that their departure will only be a temporary “hiatus” and

Colorado’s best up-and-coming musicians

Three local crowd-pleasers Tennis Husband and wife duo Tennis (pictured), first met in a philosophy class here at CU Denver in 2008 but have since been making waves in the Colorado music scene after an eight-month sailing trip after graduation.  Older tracks from the duo

Cruising the grounds at Grandoozy

Colorado’s Newest Music Festival Grandstand Media and Superfly Productions opened the gate to their newest creation, Grandoozy, on Sept. 14. The three-day festival took place just south of Downtown Denver at the Overland Golf Course. Headliners Kendrick Lamar, Florence + the Machine, and Stevie Wonder

Colorado ranked eighth for opening new businesses

Economy Brings Students Hope Colorado is ranked the eighth best state for opening a new business, according to a study conducted by Fit Small Business. The categories that were used to judge each state were the cost of starting a business (15 percent), taxes (20

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Colorado has a history of star olympians

Mile-high athletes span across the globe Colorado is world-renowned for its outdoor activity, no matter the season. However, winter sports reign supreme in the Rocky Mountains. With the 2018 Winter Olympics in full swing in PyeongChang, Colorado has sent 36 athletes to compete in 17

Should national parks charge entrance fees?

FEES PROTECT THE ECOSYSTEM | Amanda Blackman Congress founded the National Park Service in 1916 with the mission of protecting natural landscapes and historical sites. The 58 national parks protected by the NPS welcome over 331 million visitors annually, according to their website. For years, the

Haunted Field of Screams screens horror flicks

FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENTS FOR THE FALL As the fall season begins, there are many events in Colorado open to the public to become engaged in the fall festivities. One, for example, includes the Haunted Field of Screams, a movie screening in a cornfield in Thornton.