While most people over the weekend got ready to go out with their significant others or recover from the unusual spring weather, others worked hard on their passion. In the Art District on May 19, those that worked on their passion were at the Denver Art Society. Several artists prepared to showcase their work to […]
Talk show host Wendy Williams told a room of students at the Tivoli what it takes to make it in media and held nothing back. “Communications is a stupid major,” Williams said. “I would have majored in business. You need a solid internship or two. You also need a hustle.” Despite majoring in communications herself, […]
Over four hundred Safeway employees’ jobs may not be safe as nine Denver Metro stores are expected to close this Saturday, June 13th. Competing healthy specialty stores and larger chains may be to blame for the collapse of the grocery franchise that originated in California. According to the Denver Business Journal, the Front Range closures include: […]
Kellan Stone and Dave Riser bring you this week’s edition of The Met Report. With Karen Vega for EntertainMET and Peter Aragon for Met Report Sports.
Nathalia Vélez firstname.lastname@example.org The differences between community newspapers and major newspapers were discussed when a panel of journalists got together to talk about media coverage of immigration issues. The panel took place in the Tattered Cover in LoDo Oct. 20 and was part of the Richard T. Castro Distinguished Visiting Professorship program, which brings Latina/o […]
The CW’s “America’s Next Top Model” 15th-cycle season premier will air Sept. 8, and with it will come a human Barbie doll. A trailer to the upcoming season (which has since been removed from YouTube) introduces us to Ann, who claims to be 6’2” and weighs less than 100 pounds. She impressed Tyra Banks, who […]