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303 magazine’s Denver Fashion Weekend 2017, day two, was an absolute blast, if a bit overwhelming for the locals who showed up. Not that Denver isn’t fashion-forward, but sometimes when we perform fashion rather than live fashion, it shows up in our overdone attempts. Yellow Scene was not at Day 1, to our eternal regret based on the photos, but Day 2 made up for our miss
YS contributor and Boulder-based Ann Tinkham has just released a new book of original short stories. And with the long dark nights ahead and the frozen tundra effect taking hold, what's better than stories to ignite your imagination and carry you away?
Tinkahm's book, The Era of Lanterns and Bells, is already garnering great reviews. A recent Amazon reviewer wrote:
"Ms. Tinkham is
Let's face it: aside from heart-attack-inducing freak-show houses of horror, Halloween has become cutesy-spooky and pumpkin-y. On All Hallow's Eve, adult ghosts, goblins and witches sex it up—babydoll style—and obscure their essence as frightening creatures of the night, while the zombified go for kitschy horror. In short, America does Day of the Dead light.
In contrast, during
I’m at a loss. I honestly don’t know how we can get it wrong so often, when we know what it looks like to get it right. We’ve seen it played out in front of us for the cameras so many times. I’ve been watching it for weeks—as the country rallied around Houston and forgot about about Puerto Rico. As the mayor of San Juan waded through waist-deep water with a bull horn looking for
In the last several years, UK-based horror-lit cover artist Dean Samed has graduated from genre darling to mainstream icon, thanks to collaborations with the likes of Clive Barker and Stephen King. His photo-composite composition work is nearly peerless as he finds a way to reveal the beauty hidden inside the grotesque. We caught up with Dean and chatted about his influences, getting to work with