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Wednesday, February 10,2010

Beaver Creek good for beginners, too

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
Never skied or snowboarded before but always wanted to give it a shot? The question always comes up of where to go, what kind of equipment is needed, and how well trained will an instructor be? If you’re a beginner, Beaver Creek Resort is a good place to start.
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Wednesday, February 3,2010

'Bayonetta' a tasty witch's brew

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
Similar to games like Devil May Cry, Afro-Samurai, and maybe even Ninja Gaiden, Bayonetta is an action-filled “beat em’ up” with what seems like hundreds of moves and combos, a handful of spells, and a nice collection of weaponry. The Japanese-produced video game, now available on Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, follows Bayonetta, the lone witch who survived a war between two clans – the Lumen Sages and Umbran Witches. Of course the Sages represent everything good in the world and the Witches represent the dark evil side.
Thursday, January 28,2010

Snoop Dogg takes his pimp strut to the executive office

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
Believe it or not, it’s been 18 years since Snoop Dogg stepped into the world of music. The launch of his career began with a little ditty called “Deep Cover” with producer extraordinaire Dr. Dre, but Snoop has been far from deep cover since then.
Thursday, January 7,2010

World music artist Chris Berry goes digital

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
Ten years ago, musician Chris Berry found himself narrowly escaping death in Zimbabwe. He was the lead singer of the massively popular Zimbabwean band Panjea and was trying to figure out a way to break the band in the United States. That is until Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe apparently tried to have him killed.
Thursday, December 24,2009

DJ Vajra moves away from battling to producing

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
Chris Karns is known worldwide as DJ Vajra and is considered one of the best DJs to scratch a record in the last 10 years. He discovered hip-hop music in the mid-80s as a tween watching Yo! MTV Raps after school and on Saturday mornings. He would then go to K-Mart and buy hip-hop compilation albums like Kool Rap and the Rapmasters series, privately learning about the culture he would become so immersed in later on in life. But if the neighborhood kids weren’t enough, his parents weren’t too enthusiastic on his musical choices, either.
Thursday, December 17,2009

2,600-year-old Buddhist relics make a stop in Boulder

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
Some of the foundational beliefs of Buddhism are peace and lovingkindness among all living things. For the past 30 years or so the Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso has been spreading this message in the Western world with hopes of inspiring and making changes worldwide. But with the Dalai Lama’s announcement of semi-retirement in 2008, the spread of the Buddhist message rests in the hands of other Buddhist leaders.
Thursday, December 17,2009

3OH!3 finally get a break to work on new music

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
On the Dec. 4 broadcast of the mtvU Woodie Awards, Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte walked out on stage to present the Left Field Woodie Award dressed like a couple of Lady Gagas.
Thursday, December 17,2009

PlayFair Toys

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
PlayFair Toys opened in 1982 with the focus of providing nothing but non-violent toys that cater to both boys and girls. The store didn’t have a section for boys with a bunch of toy guns or a pink section with baby dolls targeting little girls — a boy or girl could enjoy every single toy in the store. Almost three decades later, PlayFair Toys is still holding strong to that vision.
Friday, November 20,2009

Fundraiser benefiting school construction abroad tonight at Wesley Chapel

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
Tonight, a collection of students from Naropa University will be gathering for “One Love: Songs for Children,” a fundraiser benefiting the construction of two vocational schools in Sudan and Nicaragua for orphaned street children.
Thursday, November 19,2009

New law banning texting while driving starts Dec. 1

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
House Bill 1094, a new law banning the use of a cell phone while driving, begins Dec. 1.
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