HIDDEN SPOT REDEFINES COLLEGE CUISINE Far and few are the local culinary experiences that transport the consumer to impossibly far away places. But, Sera’s Ramen Enclave does this to a mesmerizing degree. All components of this cozy hideaway, from the vibrant colors of its walls
BEING HEALTHY DOESN’T HAVE TO BE EXPENSIVE Most people have probably broken their New Year’s Resolution of eating healthier by now. Through some try and eat right, it’s just easier to grab a bag of chips before heading out the door. It’s hard to make
SEVENTH CIRCLE ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL It’s been five years since Seventh Circle Music Collective opened its doors to local rock musicians and enthusiasts, and the DIY artist space still continues to thrive. Celebrating its five-year anniversary, Seventh Circle hosted a three-day music festival from Sept. 22-24.
ESTABLISHING A STATEWIDE MUSIC INITIATIVE Music is an important aspect in many people’s lives. This especially holds true for The Fray’s lead singer, Isaac Slade, and Governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper. For this reason, Slade and Hickenlooper decided to start an organization called Take Note
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.
FUN TWIST ON ARTS AND CRAFTS Cross stitching might be most popular among a group of grandmas, but tucked in the last corner of South Broadway, untouched by gentrification between auto shops and dispensaries, cross stitching is accessible to all at Grandma’s House. The bar
Every year, the Denver Pug Rescue hosts their annual fundraiser, Pugs in the Park. The event was lined with booths ranging from dog-themed pillows to a table where volunteers offered to clip the nails of even the most stubborn of pugs. At a booth adorned
From Sept. 21 to Sept. 24, the CineLatino Film Festival took place at the Sie Film Center. Hosted by the Denver Film Society, the festival is a four-day long celebration of the contributions Latino filmmakers have made to the film industry. There were 13 different
AFFORDABLE LOCAL OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS Let’s face it: college students are poor. It’s almost inevitable for their wallets to become thinner as the semester begins, with money slipping out of bank accounts and straight into bills, loans, and tuition. It’s also true that students need
On Sept. 15, there was a refreshing breeze in the night air, a welcome change from the 80-degree heat Colorado has been experiencing and Broadway became wet from the unforeseen rain storm, gleaming like obsidian. It was as good a night as any to attend