It's crunch time for the students of Auraria Campus since today marks the beginning of finals week. It can be easy during stressful times to leave the house in a hoodie and sweatpants. Luckily, students like Walter Vasquez still found time to dress fashionably. Read here to learn where he shops, wha ... More >>
In Rudy Ch. Garcia's debut novel, The Closet of Discarded Dreams, a man awakens in a strange, surreal world made up of dreams -- his own, and everyone else's. In this bizarre place, Che Guevara and Marilyn Monroe debate philosophy and no one ever dies, but not everything is as wonderful as it seems. ... More >>
'57 Lesbian (due tonight at the Bluebird Theater) came about when Matt Bischoff of the Fluid and the Frantix had some downtime and got together with his old friend and former Frantix drummer, Dave Stewart, and started a stripped down rock and roll band with former Twice Wilted bassist Chanin Floyd. ... More >>
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Author Benjamin Runkle will be at the Tattered Cover in Highlands Ranch tonight to talk about his new book, Wanted Dead or Alive: Manhunts from Geronimo to Bin Laden. In preparation for his appearance, we caught up with Runkle to talk about his book, the importance of manhunts and the effect ... More >>
The world right now is full of insurrection. In China, in Iran, in Palestine, in the Mediterranean, all across North Africa, even in Wisconsin, thousands of men and women are agitating for their rights and, as it often turns out, for their lives. In the spirit of global solidarity, the Thin M ... More >>
It's inherent to the nature of risk that to take one involves the possibility of failure. On M.I.A.'s latest, /\/\ /\ Y /\ (which is the last time we'll be typing that, by the way), pronounced "Maya," the album's namesake definitely takes some risks. But then, M.I.A. is no stranger to that: ... More >>
Photo: Jef OtteGit SomeFriday, February 27Hot Topic, 16th Street MallBetter than: Going to Hot Topic for any other conceivable reason.I was there at the intersection Friday night where aggressively unwashed punk rock and its pre-torn-jeans-wearing, sterile imposter collided, and it was weird. Git So ... More >>
You know the greatest thing about Greeley mayor Ed Clark? He really knows how to relate to the young people of America. Like in June, Clark spotted a fifteen-year-old boy riding his motorbike down a neighborhood street, and somehow the former cop just knew that what the boy really wanted was to be ... More >>
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