Anime is a huge part of American culture. Kids in the ‘90s grew up watching programs like “Sailor Moon,” “Dragon Ball Z” and “Naruto” among other animated shows. They were the Saturday morning cartoons, indistinguishable from the rest. Members of the Auraria Campus Anime Club reminisce about their childhood memories when they meet every Tuesday […]
We discuss the train wreck of the century. Americans are going back to work, do you think it has something to do with rising wages? A US Navy destroyer has been targeted in a failed missile attack from territory in Yemen controlled by Houthi rebels. We discuss the benefits of medicating pets with cannabis, specifically […]
Melanie Townsend gives us this weeks Emet scoop as we take a moment to remember some celebrities who have passed, get a look at a pretty interesting museum and get ready for a new sequel to hit the big screen.
Allen Bellman’s morning began with free breakfast as he sat next to his wife, Wonder Woman-known to friends as Roz Bellman. “I had a fan pay for my breakfast this morning which touched me because well, and what can I say, I just feel blessed,” Bellman said. A couple noted the nearly 91- years-young man […]
Move over Old Chicago… the legendary pizza restaurant Giordano’s may be coming to Denver. The Chicago-based company is known all over the country for their deep dish pizzas, but it is currently only located in Illinois, Indiana, and Florida. President and CEO of Giordano’s, Yorgo Koutsogiorgas, has confirmed the company is looking for a real […]
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: […]
Newcomer Brianna Dean joins The Met Report on desk for the first time and she is joyful to watch, for school news she mentions the brand new Harry Potter class being held on campus. Cinthia Maldonado also returns to report and talks about the death of the very much beloved Leonard Nimoy. We also get […]
Metro seniors Jon Clarke (left) and Kirk Harvey know the dedication it takes to win in track and field. Clarke has one more year of eligibility even though he is a senior academically. Portraits by Mackenzie Masson • email@example.com Seniors Jon Clarke and Kirk Harvey are on the fast track to new heights for the […]