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The Schwag will present “The Grateful Dead Experience” at Hodi’s Half Note

Alaysha Powell July 19, 2016

Psychedelic rock band The Schwag will take the stage at Hodi's Half Note on Wednesday, July 20, to perform their show "The Grateful Dead Experience," which aims to bring audiences the vibes and music...

Colorados most unique summer attractions

Colorado’s most unique summer attractions

Alaysha Powell July 14, 2016

Colorado is mainly known for its popular attractions, such as downtown Denver or Rocky Mountain National Park. But as many of us know, Colorado is full of adventurous locations. And what better time to...

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates falls short of expectations

“Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” falls short of expectations

Alaysha Powell July 12, 2016

"Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates" was released on July 8, and while it was played up to be a great summer release, it was definitely lacking in several areas.  The plot is pretty simple. Due to their...

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Twenty places to visit in your 20s

Alaysha Powell June 22, 2016

Part of growing up and becoming an adult is getting to leave home and  travel to places you've always dreamed of seeing. For many of those who are reading this, that dream is starting to become a reality....

Five travel essentials for summer vacations

Five travel essentials for summer vacations

Alaysha Powell June 20, 2016

It’s that time of year again to go on a vacation and experience new things in life. But while taking a trip may be a great idea, the experience can turn into a less than satisfactory one if you forget...

Rocky Mountain Oysters (Photo: jankgo on Flickr)

Food & Fun: unique foods around the world

Alaysha Powell May 3, 2016

Food is an amazing way to explore life and meet new people, perhaps one day when you’re traveling around the world, you may feel bold enough to try one of these unique international foods.If you ever...

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Food & Fun: five common myths about fast food

Alaysha Powell April 27, 2016

Have you ever heard that Taco Bell's seasoned beef is only 33 percent meat? How about that burgers at popular fast food chains don't spoil? These are all common claims on the Internet about fast food,...

Su-chef for The Kitchen, Brent Jackson, proudly helped construct the special Great Plates menu that the restaurant will offer for this week’s event. The menu includes a choice of an appetizer, entrée, and dessert for only $25. (Photo credit: Madison Brandt)

Food & Fun: 10 signs you’re at a good restaurant

Alaysha Powell April 5, 2016

Fort Collins is a beautiful town that offers a vibrant lifestyle for people of all backgrounds. However, it can be difficult to find a good restaurant if you're a Colorado State University student or just...

Johnsons Corner off i-25 in Loveland, Colorado. (Photo Courtesy of JohnsonsCorner.com)

Food & Fun: Johnson’s Corner is a unique dining experience

Alaysha Powell March 26, 2016

Finding great food places to eat at while traveling can be difficult, but Johnson’s Corner  will not disappoint. Located in Loveland on the east end of i-25, Johnson’s Corner was established in 1952...

Senior natural resource management major Travis McCullough enjoys a beer at Krazy Karls Pizza with his friends Thursday afternoon.

Food & Fun: top five Krazy Karl’s menu items you should try

Alaysha Powell March 7, 2016

Despite its small start in 2010, Krazy Karl's has skyrocketed as one of the most popular pizza places for CSU students to hang out at. If you're ever out and about late at night, or just want to satisfy...

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