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Book review: Chicana history comes to life

Book review: Chicana history comes to life

“Forgetting the Alamo, Or, Blood Memory” beautifully tells the side of history that is often forgotten or incorrect. Emma Pérez’s historical fiction novel captures the violence, betrayal and struggle a Chicana lesbian cowgirl faces after the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. Micaela Campos must hide her identity and sexuality while searching for a group […]

Review: ‘The Foreigner’ laughs its way to a hit

Review: ‘The Foreigner’ laughs its way to a hit

In a time when anyone can use a good laugh, Colorado’s vibrant theater community has produced a string of comedies that have done just that. The Arvada Center for the Art and Humanities has added to that with their production of “The Foreigner.”

The Carelessmind: Fall TV

The Carelessmind: Fall TV

Can’t wait for the new season of Roseanne in 2018, well fall is a great time for sweatshirts, drinking semi-sweet hot coco and watching the batch of TV shows. It is also a great time for new TV shows to drop. New TV shows are risky these days, while some shows bomb and other shows […]

Axis Mundi exhibit shows duality of nature

Axis Mundi exhibit shows duality of nature

Regan Rosburg’s sculpture “Omega” resides in a warehouse in the River North Art District in Denver. The sculpture creates an intimidating visage, and the discomfort felt when first viewing it is by design. “I took it as far as I could to make it somewhat horrific,” with, “ It is horrifying what’s happened. I’m really […]

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