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Mayhem and metal at the Roxy

Metal Mayhem features local metal bands Colorado’s metal scene lacks big names but remains deeply talented. Fans displayed plenty of battle vests, long hair, and black T-shirt collections at Metal Mayhem, a local metal showcase put on at the Roxy Theatre on Feb. 1. Each

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happy lunar new year!

  presented by the Vietnamese Student Association of the University of Colorado Boulder featuring performances by the VSA Boulder, Ascent Lion Dance Team, and Hue Thy

Photobooth: Revenge of the Sithmas

  A long time ago last month, some bad guys showed up to a Christmas parade… Featuring the Mountain Garrison of the 501st Legion. For more information about the 501st Legion, their members, and their mission, visit

What’s in a name?

Spelling your name at Starbucks is a venti deal A few years ago, Starbucks introduced (pardon the pun) using customers’ names on their drinks in order to both personalize the experience and reduce confusion on which drink belonged to which customer. The hope was that the

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Not Quite So, I got a pretty poor grade on a portfolio assignment this week. It’s mostly my fault for not finishing it; I haven’t concentrated on it as much as I should have between other classes’ assignments and old hard drives crashing. The crashing

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X-Ray Vision I’m bad at selfies, and I usually hate other photos of myself, so when I’m doing portraits of someone and they’re uncomfortable, I honestly understand. I mean, I’ve never actually seen my own face. I’ve seen my (flipped) face in a mirror, and

The All-Night Vigil makes a noteworthy appearance

St. John’s does Rachmaninoff St. Martin’s Chamber Choir kicks off their 25th anniversary season with a gorgeous performance of Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil. Held in the historic Saint John’s Cathedral in Capitol Hill, the lights were dimmed to simulate the darkness in which it would traditionally

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Hello Fear You know what’s really weird? Being a human who gets paid for the output of their creative brain for a business’ needs.  Let me be specific: I am afraid that every time I go to shoot something for a paid assignment, the muse