An overly plump squirrel , carrying a half-eaten, plain Einstein Bros. bagel up a tree is not unusual across the University of Northern Colorado West campus. Not far from the tree, other pieces of trash are visible: the napkin with the Einstein Bros. logo crumpled up with a white, tall-sized Starbucks cup alongside another furry [...]
Drivers cannot miss its fiery-red, glowing eyes while passing by on Peña Boulevard near Denver International Airport. Its wild mane, tail and rearing body in a bright blue hue has viewers double-taking Luis Jimenez’s “Mustang”—but not necessarily in a good way. And Jimenez should be proud—even if it did cost him his life in [...]
“That is landscape: not a place you live in, but a place that lives in you” (77). From childhood, I had my sense of place that lives within me today--- my grandmother’s farm. It wasn’t a desert but it was an area of southeastern Colorado where the nearest town had a small grocery store, one [...]
If you have hope, you have everything.
I have always wanted a type writer and moreso in the last year. Type writers hold such strength without electricty and I would want to own such a device when my Ipad and Macbook die--- that's when most peope do not know how to act. Typewriter Ode .... Inspiration lies in my fingers, waiting to [...]
410 Forum — Arts Art History Class Experiences A Trip To Italy Through Lecture By Catherine Meyer He wears a red-checkered shirt matching the frames of his glasses. His jeans are faded. He confides that he is a shoe and watch fanatic; today he has on a pair of gray Pumas and a black Nike [...]
The image of water saturated with the blue fin tuna’s blood is hard to watch. The fisherman must see dollar signs as the tuna are impaled and thrown onto the ship. The entrapment to capture the tuna is the image that remains in my head after watching At the End of the Line. According to [...]