It’s a cold night in the middle of the holiday season. People are bundled up in seemingly innumerable layers of clothing in the hopes of blocking out the pervasive chills as they walk under a canopy of light.
Documentaries are highly overlooked by the masses. Join us as we discuss two top notch crime documentaries that are just as good if not better than a film from any other genre.
At first, Destiny is filled to the brim with sci-fi action and adventure. Sadly, that’s only at first.
With new features, Apple released iOS 8 in September. This update offers more simplicity and connectivity in Apple devices.
From July 14th to November 30th, the Denver Botanic Gardens displays the Chihuly Exhibition, created by Dale Chihuly.
Spring is here, which means it’s time to put away the mittens and corduroys and put on cool, light summer clothes. Guys: fashion is not just for women, and there are a few key styles this spring that anyone can pull off.
You might want to bring a blanket with you to the theater because Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” will give you chills.
Trader Joe’s: a California staple with Colorado style. It was all over the news as Colorado hosted the grand opening of three grocery store locations—Denver, Boulder and Greenwood Village—on February 14.
This California-born chain of grocery stores has been long-awaited by many in the state. In all honesty, I was uncertain if it would live up to all the hype that surrounded its grand opening. While I was not dumbfounded by its marvelous West Coast-inspired inventory, I was pleasantly surprised by some of the traits it had to offer to the Coloradan clientele.
Pop punk has really made a comeback lately, with Fall Out Boy and Blink 182 dominating the radio and a flurry of new bands showing up in unexpected places with their own unique styles and takes on the genre. One of these fresh new bands that nobody seems to know about is New Politics, from none other than Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
I wouldn’t say I’m a dedicated fan of pop punk or dance punk, but I love New Politics. Their electric guitar-centered instrumentals, heavy beats, and upbeat sound have completely won me over.
During weekends full of playoff games, it’s often difficult for busy students to find a quiet place to study. Homes full of family members cheering on their football team don’t exactly provide the best environment for focusing on schoolwork. But never fear, a new business in Downtown Littleton, iN-TEA provides the perfect place to do homework while enjoying a nice cup of freshly brewed tea.