The Arapahoe Pinnacle

Restaurant Review: The Platte River Bar & Grill

Restaurant Review: The Platte River Bar & Grill

Jason Truitt, Reporter

March 10, 2018

Santa Fe Drive is the only obstacle separating Arapahoe Community College and a delicious bar and grill. Right across the street from ACC resides a hidden...

IN-TEA, The Place To Be

IN-TEA, The Place To Be

February 23, 2018

In this caffeine-fueled society, it's easy to get your fix of energy from your nearest Starbucks, located on what seems to be every street corner or sho...

Denver Botanic Gardens Bloom Despite Snowstorm

Denver Botanic Gardens Bloom Despite Snowstorm

May 5, 2017

Last weekend's snowstorm might have put a damper on many a Denverite plans but the countless blossoms that flourish around the city this time of ...

First Degree Murder for Radicalized Former Army Sergeant

First Degree Murder for Radicalized Former Army Sergeant

February 9, 2017

Denver, Feb. 3 – Surrounded by eight brawny sheriff’s deputies in Denver's District Court Friday morning, 37 year old Joshua Cummings was ...

Cannabis-Induced Illness Increases in Colorado

Cannabis-Induced Illness Increases in Colorado

January 31, 2017

You’ve just had an awful morning of repeated and undignified puking.  The only relief is offered in the comfort of long, soothing showers.  Sitting on ...

Holiday Volunteering? Try Cultural Mentoring

Holiday Volunteering? Try Cultural Mentoring

December 8, 2016

One by one we recounted our experiences with volunteering and why we were interested in helping refugees. Roughly thirty or more of us sat packed in a classroom with motivational posters hanging on the walls.

Come and be Crushed at the Fourth Annual Denver Black Sky Festival

Come and be Crushed at the Fourth Annual Denver Black Sky Festival

December 8, 2016

Gather your spike gauntlets, bullet belts, leather jackets and battle vests emblazoned with patches – Denver Black Sky IV is coming your way for another...