Entertainment

San Francisco: El Tecolote aims to be a voice for The Mission

San Francisco: El Tecolote aims to be a voice for The Mission

As one walks down the streets of San Francisco’s Mission District, spanish conversations can be heard all around. The district is home to a large hispanic community. Mexican restaurants are found on most blocks and the scent of fresh Hispanic pastries fill the air. To the residents of The Mission District, community plays a big […]

Young minds shaped by the sound of the orchestra

Young minds shaped by the sound of the orchestra

Inside the Orchestra delivers an auditory definition to the meaning of cognitive learning for the younger minds of Denver. Through an immersive experience called The Tiny Tots Program, children ages six and under are prove to get more than just momentary entertainment. The design of the program places budding attendees and proud parents in the […]

Cursing, cross-stitching and craft beer at Grandma’s House

Cursing, cross-stitching and craft beer at Grandma’s House

Sundays are typically reserved for finishing up that homework assignment you forgot about until the last minute or football and day drinking to forget about the anxiety of the upcoming week. Thanks to Grandma’s House brewery, the latter of that can be achieved, either curled up on the couch or at one of the old […]

Tablescape competition sets the mood

Tablescape competition sets the mood

The Department of Hospitality, Tourism and Events conducted their sixth Tablescape Championship as the midterm project for the Event Catering Strategies course on March 9. Tablescape is a term that is used to describe the top of a table containing linens, tableware, a centerpiece and other trending décor to set a mood. According to their […]

Bartenders fight climate change with whisky

Bartenders fight climate change with whisky

On March 27 at The Way Back bar, Jack Daniel’s presented a hand-picked single-barrel whisky in partnership with the Colorado Bartender’s Guild. The unveiling of the special edition barrel, which will be bottled in Colorado, raised money and awareness for the charity Protect Our Winters. The organization was founded by professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones in […]

Student journalists receive mark of excellence

Student journalists receive mark of excellence

Hard work and dedication are the main reasons why the Region 9 Mark of Excellence Conference in Salt Lake City greeted the students of MSU Denver with just desserts of 20 awards: eight winners and 12 other finalists. Metrosphere took the award for best student magazine. Metrosphere photographer Brandon Sanchez won the award for best […]

Theater Corner: Jesus in Arvada

Theater Corner: Jesus in Arvada

Sometimes you just need to return to a classic to truly appreciate the art of theater. The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities latest production of “Jesus Christ Superstar” certainly lets audiences appreciate theater in full force. This timeless show that opened more than 40 years ago in 1971 on Broadway has gone on […]

Wildflowers rock the basement of the Tivoli

Wildflowers rock the basement of the Tivoli

Photos by Mikala Redel • mredel@msudenver.edu Take the long hallway toward the Tivoli brewery and follow the half-hidden staircase to the right. Walk down one flight of stairs, past the door to the billiards room, down another flight of stairs and you’ll find a brightly decorated sign that reads, “DIME DENVER.” This basement studio is […]