Good Thieves Press is as simple as studios go. Despite the art on the walls, it gives the impression of bareness, clean lines and light, which floods through the tall windows.
Along the studio’s single room’s northern wall is a row of mostly abstract print image — the studio’s current show on display. The show commemorates the life and work of Eldon “E.C.” Cunningham, a Metro art teacher of 27 years, who committed suicide Oct. 1.
An enormous orange helicopter landed around noon Oct. 14 at the Auraria Field, drawing a crowd of students and other passers-by.
The Higher Learning Commission sent representatives to Metro Oct. 17–19 to oversee the efforts the school is making to revamp its general studies program.
Officer Skeen responded to a call from a UCD student in the second story of the Boiler Room Lounge in Tivoli. The student said she was approached by a Hispanic male in his 20s with short black hair wearing blue jeans and a red hooded sweatshirt. He asked to borrow her phone; when she gave it to him, he walked away with it. There are no leads or suspects on this case.
Nancy Brinker, an internationally renowned breast cancer awareness advocate held a book signing for a small audience Oct. 4 at the Tattered Cover.
I was already in enough trouble in 7th grade as it was. It was bad enough that I’d read “The Count of Monte Cristo” and the unabridged version of “Les Miserables” (twice), but had never picked up a copy of Seventeen.
Eric and his partner had only finished unloading their suitcases the night before they had to evacuate their new home.
The stretch of Old Colfax Avenue on Auraria’s south end where drivers often parked without paying permanently closed Sept. 15 to make room for construction of a light rail station, an official said.
Students filing in eyed the food longingly but went instead to round tables with chairs dotting the hall. These were set with paper plates loaded with dates, but nobody touched these, either. The aromas wafting from the buffet seemed all the more tantalizing because nobody at the tables had eaten that day.
Some Auraria bicyclists were upset to receive notices attached to their frames warning them to park in a bike rack or risk having their bicycles impounded.