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Theater Corner: “Disgraced” does not disgrace the Denver Center

Theater Corner: “Disgraced” does not disgrace the Denver Center

The topic of Islam and Muslims has been the center of heated conversations in current events generating discord and conflict. That did not stop the Denver Center for the Performing Arts Theatre Company from facing the topic head on. “Disgraced” by Ayad Akhtar is strong, blunt and honest conversation about Islam in modern America. It […]

Book Club: ‘All the Light We Cannot See’

Book Club: ‘All the Light We  Cannot See’

At the beginning of every month The Metropolitan will be introducing a book selected by someone within our office. At the end of the month, we will review the book and share what we thought. This month, Editor in Chief Mary Kate Newton has chosen “All The Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr. “All […]

Seasoned photojournalist continues to enthrall students at Metro

Nobody sleeps through Kenn Bisio’s classes. Some of Bisio’s classes have been so lively, in fact, that instructors in adjoining rooms have complained about “noise” that wasn’t excessive at all, but only noisy to the ears of the tightest anal-retentives. “How far away were you and where’d you shoot this picture from? Cleveland?” “Move closer […]