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J’s Ruckus Free Concert Hypnotizes ACC

October 1, 2019

On Wed., Sep. 25, 2019, Arapahoe Community College hosted a free J’s Ruckus concert. The hour and a half of the hip hop and jazz show were recorded li...

ACC Choir Concert

ACC Choir Concert

December 11, 2018

  Did you know that ACC has a community choir? On December 4th, 2018, the ACC Choir put on a show for family and friends to see what they’ve...

Review: ‘Younger Now,’ a New Direction for Miley Cyrus

Serena Montoya, Reporter

October 18, 2017

Are you ready to feel "Younger Now"? Don't you wish you could go back to that precious moment from childhood? Miley Cyrus certainly wants to in “Younger Now,” released on September 29th. In the album, Cyrus takes a different approach than she has in the past and according to her social media accounts, it's about “who she is." Since the album has a different style,...

Tom Petty’s Last Dance

Emily Langenberg, Reporter

October 12, 2017

I remember being seven years old in the back seat of my dad’s 98’ Mazda Protege on our way to yet another science fair as Tom Petty’s American Girl echoed through the speakers, both of us singing along. Having been bullied for my love of science, the lyrics "She couldn't help thinkin' that there was a little more to life," rang truer than ever in that moment.  Fl...


Brazilian Brothers Return to Roots with Heavyweights in Tow

March 3, 2017

South American heavy metal innovators Max and Iggor Cavalera grabbed the Summit Music Hall by the throat last Saturday night with the help of New York heathens Immolation and Maryland death dispensers Full of Hell.

Institutionalized! Suicidal Tendencies at Summit Music Hall March 10th

Jake Tharan

March 2, 2017

You’d rather feel like shit than be a piece of shit, no? Better yet, you shan’t feel that way if you attend Suicidal Tendencies’ show at the Summit next Friday.

Review: The Upbeat Ambiance of Ross McGuire’s Debut Album

Bryden Smith, Counter Culture Reporter

March 2, 2017

With a modest nine followers on SoundCloud, new independent artist Ross McGuire uploaded his first full length album: an ambient yet upbeat collection of modern electronica. Psyberscenic: The Scrying Orb pits upbeat drum tempos against tides of psychedelic reverberations. It’s rare in this day and age for independent artists to craft a well-produced sounding album on their...

Don’t Wait to Purchase Metallica Tix!

Jake Tharan, Music Writer

February 15, 2017

  The biggest metal band on the planet is returning to Denver! California legends Metallica finally announced an overdue North American tour on Monday morning following their raging performance with Lady Gaga at the Grammy Awards.  It has been almost 9 (!!!) years since Metallica last played in Denver, but June 7th at Sports Authority Field will end that drought at...

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

Jake Tharan, Entertainment Editor

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 evening of aural terror! The annual underground metal showcase presented by Relapse Records and Denver’s Black Sky Brewery will rupture the ears of Denver metalheads at the famed Gothic Theatre this Saturday the 10th.  True to tr...