Back in 1982, the Mile High City-set series Dynasty was the most popular show on TV, but only establishing shots were regularly filmed here. So what was Denver really like back then? We stumbled upon a regular time-machine of a book that shows us: Denver Now, described as "Denver's Business Showcase ... More >>
It took two and a half years, but Robert Thompson, the restaurateur behind Le Grand Bistro & Oyster Bar, the former Argyll and Punch Bowl Social, finally got his wish: Anika Zappe, one of the most respected and high-profile bartenders in Denver, Thompson told me today, is now the beverage director f ... More >>
This week, Westword took an end-of-the-summer road trip down colorful Colorado Boulevard, from Weld County to Highlands Ranch, with many stops in between. This essay is a part of that project.
In a city with few highways, Colorado Boulevard serves as a major thoroughfare, conne ... More >>
Denver native and historical-raconteur-about-town Phil Goodstein probably boasts the most encyclopedic mind for local history that you've ever encountered: Whereas other Denver experts expound on it, Goodstein gushes, spouts, lives, breathes and obsesses about its every detail, whether aloud on hi ... More >>
Since we all know that great minds think alike, it's got to be an auspicious day when two of the town's greatest trivial pastimes team up. To be exact, Best of Denver winners Geeks Who Drink and Buckfifty.org will collaborate tonight on Denver's first (and possibly last) Locals Only Pub Quiz, wher ... More >>