Members of Auraria campus show diversity in Fourth of July plans

MSU Denver Campus Lacks Excitement About 4th of July By Tyson Crocker & Arrick Jones DENVER, Auraria Campus – The Fourth of July normally sparks joy for many Americans, but people around campus didn’t seem to thrilled for the holiday. Many students reacted as if they were being interrogated about Independence Day investigators and did not […]

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Beating the Heat: Parker Days Festival Sizzles with Family Fun

PARKER, Colo. – As Coloradans experience the first 90-degree temperatures of 2017, the Parker Days Festival heats things up with wholesome family-friendly entertainment. Whether riding a bull (of the mechanical variety) or riding a Ferris wheel suits your fancy, there’s a little something for everyone at Parker Days. The three-and-a-half-day long event features three music […]

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Local Thespians Are Inviting Audiences to Toast Shakespeare at Breweries Throughout Denver

DENVER-What do you get when you combine the best of The Wit Theatre Co. and the best of Denver’s breweries? You get 60 minutes of Shakespeare, drunk. Locals gathered at Ratio Beerworks, 2920 Larimer St, Sunday night to see the latest performance from The Wit, “A Midsummer Nights Dram.” The show is the local troupes […]

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Parker Days Festival Rocks This Summer

PARKER, Colo. – The smell of funnel cakes laced with perfume hovers in the air as the 40th annual Parker Days Festival weekend continues with events ranging from car shows and street performances to a rock-and-roll themed parade featuring the Budweiser Clydesdales and a pancake breakfast. Just ahead, children shriek as they dart their way […]

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Data on Denver Neighborhoods Raises Questions About Inequity in the City

DENVER – A portion of Denver City Council met in April to discuss inequity throughout Denver, presented by the city’s Department of Environmental Health. The maps outline inequity across Denver’s neighborhoods, and much of the findings show that Denver’s west and southwest neighborhoods from Ruby Hill, to Lincoln Park to West Colfax are the most […]

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People experiencing homelessness detained exiting Central Class Room restrooms

AHEC hires lobbyists in opposition of homeless “decriminalization” efforts DENVER, Auraria  Campus– On Feb. 28, Auraria Campus Police officers stopped suspected vagrants after exiting the men’s restroom in the Central Classroom Building to run their identification. “It’s not the first time I have cops messing with me. I just want to take a leak,” said […]

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