Travel the World- Without Leaving Denver
Denver is a city that has no lack of things to do. If you love museums, there are plenty to see. Want architecture? no lack of unique designs from decades of inhabitants. Native American History and art? We have you covered. Perhaps the best way to experience a mix of old and new, western and…
Losing my religion at Christian Camp…and finding it in art.
Christian camp made me sink into a dark place that I have never fully recovered from.
Land of Death and Destruction- Climate Anxiety
Terrible images flash into my mind of Mad Max, The Road, and the Book of Eli; desert landscapes, little hope, and near starvation. It’s an abysmal and depressing idea, that may be closer to reality than science-fiction.
Tea Makes Me
Tea is one of those almost bizarre human things that we gather around in ritual and enjoyment. Imagine the first person that decided to take a plant, dry it and throw it in a pot of hot water? Well I am sure it was nothing that simple or elegant. Likely someone tried eating said plant,…
Why it Sucks Being a Millenial
Hi yes, hello it’s me, another 25-year-old bitching about their privileged life with a macbook and an iphone 6s next to me. I don’t earn a living wage, and I live in income-based housing, the sweater I am wearing has a hole in it and I haven’t had a real haircut in five months. But…
Weddings and other nonsense
I love LOVE. I love romance, and stories of two people fighting the odds. I enjoy laughter, and nights in with my partner to watch the x-files. I enjoy sushi dinner dates and picnics. I enjoy rare vacations where we dress up and eat fancy and enjoy each others company. When it comes to weddings…
I love the “big city” of Colorado. AKA Denver, which serves as the capital but also as a massive metropolis of something like 30 suburbs and small towns all connected and smooshed together. Denver proper is rather small, but is packed full of exciting and enjoyable activities for any visitor. 10. The Molly Brown House. …
Camping- The Magic Land in the Backyard
First I should say we don’t actually have a backyard. BUT we are only an hour and a half away from one of the most famous and well loved National Parks in the United States, Rocky Mountain National Park. 2015 marked 100 years of Rocky Mtn. being a National Park, and over 100 years of tourists…
Some of you may or may not know, but I am working on my master’s in International Journalism. As a result I haven’t been blogging so much lately. So attached is my summer work, a documentary on geek culture in Fort Collins, Colorado. ENJOY!
Theremins and Symphonics to excite Red Rocks
The Colorado Symphony will play another beautiful summer show with DeVotchka on July 23rd at the glorious Morrison, Colorado amphitheater, Red Rocks. The show will feature a variety of the band’s work with the accompaniment of the Colorado symphony for a truly unique and moving concert. The Denver Westword has described the fusion concerts as “total…