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  • CSU football's Garrett Grayson, Rashard Higgins in contention for national award

    CSU football's Garrett Grayson, Rashard Higgins in contention for national award

    Colorado State is getting a ton of recognition lately thanks to the successes of their football team. The CSU Rams are rolling —at 9-1 overall and 5-1 in their Mountain West Conference, the green and gold have been money all year long. All the winning brings some national attention, with Colorado...
  • The Mile Heist Club just made 'The Sugar Plum Fairy' your dance

    The Mile Heist Club just made 'The Sugar Plum Fairy' your dance

    We’ve all heard it; “The Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy” is a tune that announces itself as the holidays approach. We hear snippets of it in commercials and may even get to see it live as a part of Tchaikovsky’s classic,”The Nutcracker.” For some, the song may be a bit overplayed. Since its debut in...
  • Stanton Kidd leads Colorado State basketball to season tip-off victory

    Stanton Kidd leads Colorado State basketball to season tip-off victory

    Colorado State controlled from the first whistle and dominated the Montana Grizzlies, especially in the first half. CSU led 51-30 through the first period thanks to electric scoring from Stanton Kidd and Gian Clavell. Kidd, a versatile forward, did a little bit of everything in the game. He drove in...
  • Theaters that tweet: The scoop on your favorite Denver theater companies

    Theaters that tweet: The scoop on your favorite Denver theater companies

    Let’s face it. social media has exploded and it’s now a constant part of everyday life. Nearly everyone and every company has at least some social media presence, and it’s up to you to decide which companies to follow, which trends to tag and which hashtags to use. Twitter is a very active site, and...
  • Three great shows to introduce your child to the art of live theater

    Three great shows to introduce your child to the art of live theater

    It can be difficult to know when the right time is to introduce your child to theater. If you aren’t sure how he or she will behave in a theatrical setting, or if you haven’t had the chance to take them to a live play before, there are lots of kid-friendly shows that are perfect to begin your child...
  • Travel the ancient Silk Road at this exciting new exhibit

    Travel the ancient Silk Road at this exciting new exhibit

    Long before commercialized trade routes were open, before the West was explored, there was a large series of trade routes that connected China through Central Asia, the Middle East and the Roman Empire. This route was called the Silk Road and it extended approximately 5,700 miles, running from...
  • The Sugar Plum Bazaar kicks off your holiday shopping season

    The Sugar Plum Bazaar kicks off your holiday shopping season

    The rise in popularity of websites like Etsy prove one very important thing – that people love homemade, vintage, original and handmade items. They are perfect for gifts, because it shows the recipient you care much more than just picking out another store gift card. A handmade item is personal, it...
  • Get to know a Denver band: Strawberry Runners

    Get to know a Denver band: Strawberry Runners

    While the ambient indie pop quartet Strawberry Runners have been together for two years, it seems the group has really founds its stride in the last six months since settling on the current member lineup. Starting on September 1, the group has released thirteen new tracks (on three separate EPs...
  • Winter preview of Denver comedy

    Winter preview of Denver comedy

    Denver can have a brutal winter, but good comedy will always warm you up! The Comedy Works has two locations in Denver. The original venue in Larimer Square and the stage at the Landmark (opened in 2008) are known nationwide as the place to see well established comedians and up and coming soon to be...
  • 24th annual Holiday Minatures Show celebrates art in smaller form

    24th annual Holiday Minatures Show celebrates art in smaller form

    Whether you have a small place to decorate or you are looking for some artwork in smaller sizes, the 24th Annual Holiday Miniatures Show is the perfect way to stock up on smaller, affordable original art. This annual show takes place at the Abend Gallery and will run from December 5 through 31 with...
  • The Avenue Theater offers holiday entertainment you shouldn't take your kids to

    The Avenue Theater offers holiday entertainment you shouldn't take your kids to

    If you think that holiday entertainment means saccharine-sweet musicals, sugar plum fairies, lots of carols and lessons learned, then think again. Occasionally, a holiday show comes along that is so irreverent and different that it brings out even those that are strictly against tinsel and holly...
  • Get to know a Denver band: Muscle Beach

    Get to know a Denver band: Muscle Beach

    While 2014 might be winding down, things are on the upslope for Denver punk/surf rock band Muscle Beach. Earlier this month, the local trio released their latest single, “Smooch Booth.” Also, they recently signed with Sailor Records, and will soon begin pre-production on their debut full-length...
  • Weekend Planning Denver: November 14-16

    Weekend Planning Denver: November 14-16

    There's plenty of hip-hop related stuff to get done in Denver over the next few days. Whether you want to get political, get funky or simply get educated, there's a show, party or panel to keep everyone satiated. Friday, November 14, 2014 Immortal Technique, Mad Child, Black P | Cervantes...
  • Get to know a Denver band: The Crooked Streets

    Get to know a Denver band: The Crooked Streets

    Earlier this year, gypsy folk quintet The Crooked Streets released their debut full-length album, From A Seed. While the band’s lineup has evolved over its inaugural three years, The Crooked Streets began with vocalist and rhythm guitar player, Mathias Olson. Along with Olson, The Crooked Streets...
  • Get to know a Denver band: Motion Trap

    Get to know a Denver band: Motion Trap

    Last month, electronic quartet Motion Trap released the single “Fresh Start” with Colorado-born, Brooklyn-based MC Turner Jackson. Motion Trap has more work in the pipeline, laboring away on their debut full-length album and brainstorming a new conceptual EP. Kyle Williams (bass, beats, production...
  • Get to know a Denver band: Adrienne O

    Get to know a Denver band: Adrienne O

    In just two years, Adrienne O has established quite a reputation for itself. “Two and Two,” a single from their 2013 EP, SUPERCHROMATIC, won the Colorado Music Business Organization's songwriting contest in the Pop category. Additionally, another song from SUPERCHROMATIC, “Someone Like Me,” is...
  • Colorado State Football breaks into Top 25 thanks to Jim McElwain's teaching

    Colorado State Football breaks into Top 25 thanks to Jim McElwain's teaching

    Colorado State has finally become ranked once again. It's been a long haul, a long time since the Rams football team was ranked. Over a decade, in fact, not since August of 2003 when CSU was No. 23 in the AP Poll. Currently, they're at that same spot, No. 23 in the AP and No. 25 in the USA TODAY...
  • 75th anniversary of the Kindertransport honored with local production

    75th anniversary of the Kindertransport honored with local production

    In 1938 the British rescued 10,000 children from Germany and brought them to safe homes in Britain. It was a program called the Kindertransport, and the vast majority of those children never saw their mothers or fathers again. This rescue mission took place during the nine months leading up to World...
  • The Starz Denver Film Festival kicks off November 12

    The Starz Denver Film Festival kicks off November 12

    One of the biggest and best film festivals in Denver is opening soon. Now in its 37th year, the Starz Denver Film Festival runs November 12 through 23 with screenings happening in several locations throughout Denver. If you are a fan of independent cinema, if you like catching films long before they...
  • 'Reason': A new play dealing with the issues of PTSD in the Armed Forces

    'Reason': A new play dealing with the issues of PTSD in the Armed Forces

    As many as 13.9 percent of soldiers have considered suicide during some point in their lifetime, with the majority occurring just prior to combat, according to a recent study by the National Institute of Mental Health and the United States Army. It’s a very difficult topic to discuss, one that...
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