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Queenz of Hip-Hop have all the right moves

Queenz of Hip-Hop have all the right moves

A mix of old school rap and new, hot beats escaped from the Tivoli’s Turnhalle on Friday evening. Inside, people of all ages stood in circles inviting anyone who felt the rhythm and was in the mood to step to the middle and show off their moves. B-girls and b-boys gathered to prove that break […]

Follow Five Friday – Board Game Enthusiasts

Follow Five Friday – Board Game Enthusiasts

  Board gaming was once a niche hobby familiar to few, but has surged in popularity over recent years. Board games are making their comeback as a form of mainstream entertainment and hundreds of new games are being produced each year in an attempt to pique the interest of prospective new gamers. People who crave […]

Photo exhibit explores Middle East culture

Photo exhibit explores Middle East culture

Editor’s note: An article published in The Metropolitan on Feb. 8 misinterpreted the Presence: Reflections on the Middle East exhibition at the Center for Visual Art. Through photography, the exhibition explores the presence and absence of people, the influence of culture, the repetition of pattern and the idea of trace in photography – the idea […]

No Bones About It

No Bones About It

Sometimes as an artist you have to step out on faith. That belief you have that the stars you once only drew were not just real but attainable. When art becomes a function of life, of your very being, it creates a calling within you to want to share your unique vision with the world […]

Call for Submissions to Metrosphere

Call for Submissions to Metrosphere

Hey friends, Metrosphere is now accepting submissions for our 2016/17 issue! In case you haven’t heard, Metrosphere is now becoming an arts, lit and culture magazine, and we’ll be launching 6 issues between now and next May. Most of these magazines will be filled with our original content, ranging from technology, fashion, and LGBTQ issues to […]

Sky’s the limit for Denver’s female chefs

Sky’s the limit for Denver’s female chefs

When Time magazine came out with, “The Gods of Food,” a list of whom they considered the 13 most influential chefs in the culinary world back in 2013, it made waves for its stark absence of any goddesses. Time’s then editor, Howard Chua-Eoan, made matters worse, dismissing the lack of women by saying, “We did […]

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