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Goodbye 2019 and Hello 2020

It’s only been a semester and we’re about to enter a new, crazy decade. It's the beginning of December, but before the month is out, how about we take a moment to remember the events that took place through these fine 10 years? The impeachment of President Donald Trump has...
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Quitting Valentine’s

By Uri Prescott Staff writer Ditching the consumer holiday for an alternate celebration of love could spare your wallet It’s almost Valentine’s Day; a day of love and romance filled with stuffed animals, boxes of chocolates and roses by the dozens. It makes me sick.  Before I get too far...
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Cano threw away Cooperstown

 By Ben Cason Robinson Cano is arguably the best second baseman of his generation.   He’s been to eight All-Star Games, won two Gold Glove awards, hit a career .304 batting average, 2,417 career hits and the second most home runs ever by a second baseman. Cano is only 35 and...
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Celtics have the rebuilding blueprint

By Ben Cason The Boston Celtics eliminated the Philadelphia 76ers in the second round of the NBA Eastern Conference Playoffs last week, earning the right to face LeBron James for a trip to the NBA Finals. Does this scenario sound familiar? That’s because the same thing happened in 2012.  That...
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“Baby Driver” does not disappoint

By Jacob Duran Edgar Wright’s 22-year vision for this movie did not disappoint as it has combined action, music, splendid editing, likable characters, and an original story along with a cast that is also having a ball right along with the audience. There is not a minute of this movie...
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Dark comedy, “I, Tonya,” worth a look

By Jacob Duran “I, Tonya” is an examination of Figure Skater Tonya Harding’s (Margot Robbie) life and career along with her desire to win. This movie isn’t traditional to the genres it encompasses. The story is one that does a great job of giving respect to Tonya Harding and Jeff...
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NASCAR event features No. 78

By Alex Purcell I often joked that I was the only NASCAR fan in Colorado, but after spending a few hours in Furniture Row’s 170,000 square-foot showroom in the middle of Denver, I realized how inaccurate that statement was. No, it wasn’t as though hundreds of race fans coincidentally decided...