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Cafe Society
4:46 pm
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Ouch! That's a Painful Name: A Second Helping of Cafe Society, December 15-19 This week in Cafe Society, Gretchen Kurtz was transported back to the Reagan years with hearty, unpretentious breakfasts at Sunrise Sunset. We spotted a doughnut shop that will soon open on South ... More >>
The Latest Word
4:20 pm
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Anna Cozy, Dispensary Owner, Charged with Forging Pot Documents: "I Panicked" Anna Cozy, the owner of Colorado Alternative Medicine in South Denver, has been arrested and accused of faking documents related to her marijuana business and supplying them to inspectors. Accord... More >>
The Latest Word
2:57 pm
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Reader: Blast Gay Porn at Westboro Baptist Church Protesters Our post about an announced December 29 protest against same-sex marriage in Pueblo by the homophobic Westboro Baptist Church was a comment magnet. Many readers argued against giving the WBC publi... More >>
The Latest Word
1:57 pm
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Denver Area's Fifteen Best New Restaurants of 2014 Denver blog posts are flavorful. Our Cafe Society blog shares its list of the fifteen best new restaurants in Denver. After reading it, bet you'll be hungry. Big Media's Jason Salzman on Ken Bu... More >>
Cafe Society
12:49 pm
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Ten Best New Fast-Casual Eateries in Metro Denver in 2014 Denver has been an incubator for fast-casual restaurants ever since Chipotle made a big splash with its first store in the mid-'90s. But the evolution of the concept has gone far beyond burritos... More >>
The Latest Word
11:50 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
James Scott Finally Punished for Brutal Murder of Teen Praying in Church Someone who knew Martha Guzman tells us the nineteen-year-old was an incredibly sweet and loving person. But 35 years ago, she died several days after being found naked and bleeding in the sanctu... More >>
Cafe Society
11:31 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Roasted for Broasted! We Get Fried for the Wrong Use of a Term Food lesson for the day: Broasted is a trademarked word. Who knew? Apparently not the Forgy brothers, who just opened Block & Larder, which features "broasted rabbit" on its menu. But even thoug... More >>
The Latest Word
10:50 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Gregory Gauna, Accused DIA Scrooge, Busted for Stealing Woman's Xmas Gift Cards Is Gregory Gauna a thief? A schmuck? Or a combination of the two? These burning Schmuck of the Week questions are prompted by Gauna's arrest for swiping $1,250 in gift cards intended as Christmas... More >>
Show and Tell
10:04 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Film Podcast: Annie, Mr. Turner, Big Eyes and So Much More We begin this week's Voice Film Club podcast with a strange story about Giles Corey, who famously said, "More weight!" as stones were laid upon him during his witch trial. The end of the year is ... More >>
The Latest Word
9:50 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Nebraska and Oklahoma to Coloradans Who Voted for Amendment 64: Go to Hell For months, Nebraska law enforcers and officials have been up in arms about Colorado's marijuana laws. Now, the state is attempting to take its complaints to the U.S. Supreme Court: Nebraska Atto... More >>
Backbeat
9:17 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
The Six Best Concerts in Colorado This Weekend It's a little bit of a quiet weekend in Denver, but there are still plenty of great shows, including Nathaniel Rateliff pulling double-duty tonight at the Ogden and T/SMM at Glob. The rest of o... More >>
Cafe Society
9:13 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Zaidy's Latke Sandwich Satisfies Hanukkah and Hangover Cravings All In One Hanukkah is in full swing and on the fourth day, we bring to you a veggie sandwich of latke proportions. Zaidy's has been around as long as some natives can remember (29 years, to be precise), d... More >>
Show and Tell
9:00 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Sacking Peyton Manning, Dancing Boylesque, Digging Up Bones Make This 2015 Bucket List Editor's note: It's time to put 2014 into the history books and look forward to 2015 -- but not before one last bash to kick off the transition in style, something you can plan with our New Year's... More >>
Backbeat
9:00 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Telluride Bluegrass Festival 2015 Lineup Includes Ry Cooder, Kacey Musgraves and More The 42nd Telluride Bluegrass Festival will take place from June 18 to 21, 2015. As they often do, four day passes sold out before the lineup was even announced (it took ten minutes for fans from... More >>
The Latest Word
8:49 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
JonBenet Ramsey, DNA and the Phantom of Heilbronn Television shows like CSI have given us, the channel-surfing American public, an almost mystical faith in the crime-solving abilities of DNA. We expect the presence of foreign DNA in the victim's ... More >>
Cafe Society
8:36 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Elevation Charcuterie & Artisan Meats Aiming for March Opening Butcher Chad Nelan has been working to perfect his sausage and cured meat recipes for the past two years, making it his sole focus over the past few months after leaving his job at Tony's Market.... More >>
Show and Tell
8:00 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Marion Cotillard Wins -- Twice -- in Our 2014 Film Critics' Poll What kind of circle is time again? A year after blowing the doors off our annual critics’ poll, golden boy Matthew McConaughey won just a single vote for his turn in the loudest movie of ... More >>
The Latest Word
7:50 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Photos: Fifteen Reasons Why Denver Is the World's Largest Apres Ski Town Last week, we noted that of the ten most popular apres ski hotels in America listed by CNN, five are in Colorado. Not to be left out, our friends from VISIT DENVER have now declared the Mile Hig... More >>
Backbeat
7:47 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Eight Ways Legal Weed Has Changed Colorado's Music Scene It's now been almost an entire year since marijuana was legalized for recreational use here in Colorado. The experiment, by most accounts, has been a successful one, with other states following ... More >>
Cafe Society
7:07 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Reader: More Hipster Doughnuts -- Just What the World Needs Denver is rolling in doughnuts. Last year Dunkin' Donuts made a big comeback in Colorado, and Voodoo Doughnut opened its first shop outside of Oregon smack-dab on East Colfax Avenue. And now we're... More >>
Show and Tell
7:02 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Five Best Ways to Make Your Yuletide Gay In the 1944 musical Meet Me In St. Louis, Judy Garland (of course) introduced the world to the song "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," which features this line: "Make the yuletide gay." ... More >>
The Latest Word
6:50 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Photos: Top Ten White Elephant Gifts of 2014 For each of the past four years, we've spotlighted the top ten White Elephant gifts as chosen by the folks at ARC Thrift Stores; click for picks from 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. But this year's ... More >>
Backbeat
6:38 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
A Guide to Denver's Goth and Industrial Scene The Goth and industrial bands from Denver enjoyed a kind of heyday in the '90s in Denver, with several active bands playing live. There was even a high-profile festival for a handful of years: t... More >>
Cafe Society
5:59 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Ugly Sweaters, Holiday Cocktails, Tea and a Farm Tour: Four Tasty Events This Weekend This weekend you can finally break out that ugly holiday sweater for a quartet of tasty events, including a holiday tea and a class on holiday spirits, as well as a market at Broken Shovels farm... More >>
Show and Tell
5:54 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Six Holiday Markets for the Last of the Last-Minute Shopping in Denver It's never too late to find everything from original art to lovingly handmade confections and cheeses, so don't lose hope if you haven't finished your shopping. Read on for a list of the best pla... More >>
The Latest Word
5:37 am
Dec. 19, 2014
Denver News
Richard Tababi Killed Crossing E-470, Struck By at Least Five Cars Richard Tababi's vehicle appears to have broken down along E-470, and when he attempted to cross the highway, he was hit again and again. The Colorado State Patrol believes that at least five veh... More >>
Cafe Society
4:00 pm
Dec. 18, 2014
Denver News
Block & Larder Is Roasting on Tennyson Street Block & Larder just opened on Tennyson Street, featuring a chophouse-style menu from chef Lucas Forgy, who owns the place along with his brothers Jason and Aaron. Although the three brothers also... More >>
Cafe Society
1:19 pm
Dec. 18, 2014
Denver News
Some Local Chefs Find Eggs More Than They're Cracked Up to Be A banner hanging outside Sunrise Sunset, which I review this week, proclaims, "We serve only Colorado farm-fresh eggs." This got me thinking about eggs, because in the hundreds of conversations ... More >>
Show and Tell
1:03 pm
Dec. 18, 2014
Denver News
10 Things to Do for $10 in Denver This Weekend (5 Free!), December 19-21 Next week is a short one for most of us because of Christmas, and if you're lucky enough to have the whole thing off, we've got plenty of ways to get the party started. Over the next couple of d... More >>
Show and Tell
12:02 pm
Dec. 18, 2014
Denver News
Tsigereda Gugia Debuts Her Designs at Dress to Impress Fashion Show Saturday Tsigereda Gugia has been designing since she was a seven-year-old girl in Ethiopia. She moved to the United States for college, and now will showcase her latest designs on Saturday, December 20 at... More >>
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