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  • Second Story Garage: Plume Varia - 07/31/2015 10:58 AM MDT
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    What goes together better than PB&J? Some say weed and video games

    07/22/2015 01:41 PM MDT
    The cultures of marijuana and video games have long overlapped, but is the stoner stereotype of a bong next to a controller played out? 
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    Rocky Mountain Gamer: Some highlights, and a dog, of summer video games
    07/23/2015 03:25 PM MDT - Summer is the perfect time for relaxing in an air-conditioned room with a new game. It's also, however, the slowest time for new game releases. But if you look a little, you're sure to come up with a few games that fit the bill. Even if you've played the games before. Full Story

    8-bit icons: The video games of 'Pixels'
    07/21/2015 04:37 PM MDT - Q*bert is ready for his close-up. After bringing Harry Potter and Mrs. Doubtfire to life on the big screen, Chris Columbus' latest film sees the director inserting classic video game characters into the real world. Full Story

    'Never Alone' explores Alaskan frontier
    07/14/2015 04:30 PM MDT - 'Never Alone," the world's first game developed in and by Native Inuit Alaskans was designed for PC, Xbox One and PS4. Now Aspyr Media has released the game on the Nvidia Shield Android TV complete with all of the environmental effects that make this game unique. Sean Vessy, creative director on "Never Alone" at Aspyr Media, talks about the mobile game in this exclusive interview. Full Story

    RunPee app: When you gotta go
    07/14/2015 04:26 PM MDT - It's about midway through the latest 2½-hour blockbuster. That large soda you bought at the concession stand is passing through your body like rain through a downspout. Full Story

    Rocky Mountain Gamer: You can't curb your enthusiasm for 'Kerbal Space Program'
    07/09/2015 03:34 PM MDT - Every once in a while an independent game comes along that sucks away hours of my life, entertaining me and frustrating me in equal measure, a game I absolutely must share with my readers. And this time, the challenging strategy game "Kerbal Space Program" fits the bill. Full Story

    Words From a Nerd: Never ending story
    07/07/2015 10:06 PM MDT - For a lot of gamers, it can be hard to shake the completionist mindset once it takes hold. For me, it means fighting against game-playing habits that have been reinforced ever since my grubby little fingers first touched a Game Boy Pocket with the original Pokemon Blue Version in 1998. Full Story

    Ignoring video game culture? You're opting out of important conversations
    07/02/2015 03:07 PM MDT - There exists a digital divide in this country, but it's not the one that separates neo-Luddites from Google Glass adopters, or even iPhone users from Android devotees. It's gamers vs. non-gamers. Full Story

    Rocky Mountain Gamer: Batman going mobile in 'Arkham Knight'
    07/02/2015 04:04 PM MDT - Players' enjoyment of "Batman: Arkham Knight" likely will hinge on how they feel about the new gameplay that comes with the addition of the Batmobile. Full Story

    'Leap second': Why today will have one extra second
    06/30/2015 04:41 PM MDT - Today, the world will receive a gift of time: a single, extra second known as a "leap second." At that moment, the official atomic clocks that keep Universal Coordinated Time will mark the time as 23h 59m 59s, followed by the leap second 23h 59m 60s. July 1 will continue as usual, beginning with 0h 0m 0s.  Full Story

    (Mark J. Terrill / Associated Press)
    College footballCU football: Stephane Nembot grows into leadership role with Buffs

    Tackle with big dreams enters senior year with more confidence
    BURBANK, Calif. - Stephane Nembot's dreams are as big as he is. Colorado's senior right tackle wants to start an orphanage back home in his native Cameroon and he plans to start an organization that will provide opportunities for aspiring engineers in Africa to come to America and share their ideas. Full Story
    (Mark J. Terrill / Associated Press)
    College footballCU football: Stephane Nembot grows into leadership role with Buffs

    Tackle with big dreams enters senior year with more confidence
    BURBANK, Calif. - Stephane Nembot's dreams are as big as he is. Colorado's senior right tackle wants to start an orphanage back home in his native Cameroon and he plans to start an organization that will provide opportunities for aspiring engineers in Africa to come to America and share their ideas. Full Story
    (Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
    Second Story Garage: Plume Varia

    It didn't take long for Denver music observers to notice Plume Varia. Husband and wife Shon and Cherie Cobbs formed the band only two years ago, but after about a year they started finding themselves on best-of lists and playing the scene's top venues. Full Story