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Weezer debuts new singles at Jeep on the Rocks 2017

October 8, 2017 10:28pm | Ethan Hanson

Jeep on the Rocks kicked off on Saturday night at 7:30. The opening band was X Ambassadors, who played a tribute to the Las Vegas attacks with “Hold on” and their biggest current hit “Renegades.” The headlining band was Weezer, who played their hit songs […]

A million ways to listen to new single “Million Ways”

October 8, 2017 10:23pm | Abby Moses

The band Saving Forever released a new single and music video entitled “Million Ways” on August 11th. The song is a pop genre and has a cool guitar presence. “Million Ways” begins with a vibey bass line, and builds into a high energy chorus with […]

Latest trends for teens

October 4, 2017 8:11pm | Olivia Graham

Fashion has been around for a very long time, for centuries. Now it has evolved into many interesting trends. Teens have definitely influenced this throughout these centuries and it will continuously evolve. One of the biggest trends is athleisure wear which teens have definitely pulled […]

Survivor Season 35

October 4, 2017 1:21pm | Ashlyn Moore

The time has come for yet another season of Survivor to air on television, this time for their 35th season. This seasons theme is Heroes vs. Hustlers vs. Healers. Last season of Survivor was one of the craziest I’ve seen as far as contestants, so […]

The Lost Cajun Restaurant finds a home in Littleton

October 3, 2017 2:54am | Hannah Sanders

Just off of Sante Fe is The Lost Cajun, an authentic Cajun Restaurant owned by a man from Louisiana. The restaurant makes gumbo, seafood, Po boys, and beignets. I have tried several of the gumbos and love them all, but my favorite is the chicken […]

Easy oven roasted potatoes

October 2, 2017 11:16pm | Josh Forbes

For the most part, almost everybody loves certain healthy foods that satisfy your taste buds. However, most healthy foods that are actually good require a lot of time to make. These oven roasted potatoes are simple and are good for a dinner side, school lunch, […]

“It” is making a comeback

October 2, 2017 7:02pm | Blake Anderson

“It” is a wonderful cinematic interpenetration of Stephen King’s 1986 novel. It’s a great movie that appeals highly to today’s audience, with comedy, nostalgia and a fear the original generation of “It” fans will not soon forget. Although leaving out details from the original book as well […]

Your famous mac-n-cheese

October 2, 2017 4:03pm | Addi Iken

Looking for a delicious, easy meal to make? Love mac-n-cheese but looking for a way to make it even yummier and more advanced? Try this fantastic recipe* on how to make (insert your name here)’s famous mac-n-cheese! Ingredients: 1 8oz package of elbow macaroni 14 […]

Milkroll rolls into Denver

September 27, 2017 2:41pm | Stefanie Frederickson

Colorado has recently experienced some dreary, rainy weather. Indulging in ice cream is probably the furthest thing from your mind, but the weather is clearing up and ice cream is always a good idea. But I’m not talking about any old ice cream, no. I’m […]

Taylor Swift takes aim at haters in new single

August 25, 2017 1:34pm | Stefanie Frederickson

Around 10pm last night, Taylor Swift almost broke the internet. Why, might you ask? Well, unless you have been living under a rock(or a place with poor WiFi), then you would be aware Swift just released her new single. “Look What You Made Me Do” […]