What’s That Sound? A Q&A with Denver Trombonist Adam Bartczak

DENVER — For most kids, the first day of fourth grade can be nerve-racking. But for Adam Bartczak, it was a time of musical discovery. Bartczak picked up the only available instrument left for his band class at Dora Moore Elementary–the trombone. His teacher, Rod Buckner of Buckner Funk and Jazz, showed Bartczak the ropes […]

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Slithering creepies and crawlies at Repticon 2018

AURORA — Repticon toured Aurora on March 10-11 at the Arapahoe County Fairgrounds, bringing along all types of critters most folks would probably shy away from, like snakes, frogs, caimans and more snakes. Educators and top breeders from across the country showcased hundreds of reptile species and other exotic pets. There were small mammals such […]

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Ashley Hattle: the torture of cluster headaches

The road of a journalist is often filled with excitement and adventure, given the ability to travel and listen to the stories of many people from all walks of life. Ashley Hattle said it best, “We have a responsibility to share the truth and that, in itself, is moving.” Hattle graduated from MSU Denver in […]

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MSU Denver students share pizza and questions with President Davidson

DENVER, Auraria Campus–On March 13, some MSU Denver students had an opportunity to ask questions and chow down some pizza with MSU Denver President Janine Davidson at the Pizza with the President event in the Jordan Student Success Building. Pizza with the President was planned by Davidson and MSU Denver’s Student Government Assembly for students […]

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“Oh, My Lorde”

DENVER — Two years after the release of her debut album about suburban adolescence entitled Pure Heroine, New Zealand singer/songwriter Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor, 21, who goes by the stage name Lorde, released her much anticipated second album, Melodrama. Soon after the release of Melodrama, the electro and art pop  Grammy winner, set off on a world tour in […]

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Athena Project empowers artsy Denver females in sixth annual festival

DENVER–With the arrival of March, what do people normally look forward to? Maybe it’s the first day of spring, St. Patrick’s Day or finally breaking out the garden tools. March is also a time to celebrate the arts. Specifically, women in the arts. Angela Astle’s Athena Project, an organization dedicated to empowering women in the […]

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