If breakfast means more to you than a cup (or three) of coffee, you're probably already acquainted with the pancakes, eggs and crepes at such perennial favorites as Gaia Bistro, Jelly, Snooze, Devil's Food and DJ's Berkeley Cafe. The latter's sibling restaurant, DJ's 9th Avenue CafĂ©, which opened i ... More >>
We've been keeping close tabs on Bob Blair's plans for a second, scaled-down restaurant in the Taxi development since last spring. It finally opened on Monday, in the Drive building across from Fuel, but like the name -- which changed from Pit Stop to Refuel -- and the opening date (pushed back aga ... More >>
Christopher Padgett, eighteen, is accused of being a busy boy. The Denver District Attorney's Office is charging Padget with nine counts of arson related to blazes all set on the same night within three blocks of each other in the Park Hill neighborhood. The Denver Police Department account can be ... More >>
All those outdoor fireplaces at the big-box stores look like they'd make great holiday gifts -- but not for Denver residents. Because outdoor fires are banned here, unless they're used for cooking. One fire-loving Platt Park couple learned that last winter, when they were huddled around their backy ... More >>
Out of 32 assistant chiefs currently working in the Denver Fire Department, one is black, four are Hispanic and there are no females. Of 62 captains below them, six are black, and three of those are eligible to retire in coming years. The consequence of these numbers according to some members? As in ... More >>
The law firm of Anderson, Hemmat & Levine doesn't keep its light under a bushel. Commercials and billboards across the Front Range boast of how hard the personal-injury firm fights for its clients. The AHL website proclaims that "Justice for Victims Begins Here." But a disgruntled former client is ... More >>
The smell of smoke is in the air. It could be a long-distance reminder of the High Park Fire still raging outside Fort Collins. Or it could be your next-door neighbors here in Denver, lighting up their illicit fire pit. Or their completely illegal chimenea.
The Denver Fire Department is still investigating a suspicious fire at a Green Door Wellness medical marijuana dispensary at 155 Federal earlier this week. But that's about all the information that we've been able to get out of anyone involved with the case after days of asking for more details.
This first spring weekend, as you plan yard projects, skip the outdoor fireplace: Its use is banned in Denver. And that ban extends to those hot-hot fire pits and chimineas that stores will be pushing -- without telling you that firing one up can get you a visit from the Denver Fire Department.
Fire officials point to recent fires at medical marijuana cultivation sites as proof of increasing dangers at such facilities, which harness loads of energy to power the fans, lights and filters needed to produce high volumes of cannabis. But are these grows really the electrical-blaze equivalent of ... More >>
The party had everything: a worthy beneficiary (the Children's Hospital Burn Center), lots of alcohol for the mostly female crowd, and stripped-down, smokin' hot firefighters. But then the Denver District Attorney threw a wet blanket on the fun: Turns out that Fired Up for Kids might not have ... More >>
"Where is the change?" asks a letter outlining a series of disappointing, business-as-usual moves by new Denver Police Chief Robert White. It was signed by "Men and Women of the Denver Police Department" and sent yesterday to Mayor Michael Hancock's office, which was scrambling last night to find a ... More >>
A Buck fish.Tomorrow, some of the country's top glass artists will be getting together at Illuzion Glass Studios on South Broadway to benefit the Friends of the Denver Fire Department. And while it might seem a bit self-serving for a bunch of guys who play with fire and molten glass all day t ... More >>
Get out your earplugs! All summer long, Elitch Gardens has been ending every night with a fireworks show -- although the amusement park modified the display, muting the "high-percussive" explosions when some neighbors complained about the noise. But tonight, as part of a competition, the park ... More >>
There's nothing funny about household pets perishing from smoke inhalation, but a cat in an oxygen mask, apparently, is hilarious -- even the cops in the background think it's funny, and cops never think anything is funny. The cat, however, is not amused.
Location: 25th and Washington. Number: Unknown. Status: Operable. Cost: 50 cents for local calls. Photo taken: 2:45 p.m. on March 31.
Denver Fire Department's No Parking Zone gets picked to the bones. From the angle in which the above photograph was taken, it appears that the hanging skeletons warn of dire consequences for scofflaws who disobey the Denver Fire Department's "no parking or storage allowed within 50 feet of th ... More >>
Walter Bond.Animal activist Walter Bond is a man so devoted to his cause that he wears a giant "VEGAN" tattoo on his neck. So it's no surprise he showed zero remorse when officially pleading guilty to arson related to a fire at Glendale's Sheepskin Factory in April -- a crime for which he fa ... More >>
Early this year, reports that the city had issued more than 390 sales tax licenses to medical marijuana dispensaries led many to proclaim Denver "Cannabis Capital USA." But once city council passed new dispensary regulations on January 11 requiring all current dispensary owners to apply for ... More >>
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Wheel Variety ShowSaturday, December 12, 2009Bluebird TheaterBetter Than: The V Ultimate Variety show featuring Wally Eastwood. An estimated 48 musicians took part in the third annual Nathaniel Rateliff and the Wheel variety show on Saturday night. All of them played br ... More >>
Denver Auditor Dennis Gallagher presented his office's long-awaited report on the city's emergency medical response system yesterday, saying that the information his team has compiled "speaks for itself." His choice of such a careful phrase to describe the scathing assessment is indicative of the ... More >>
Minutes can make the difference between life and death — but does Denver Health know how to tell time?
Letters from the week of 12/20/2007
Who’s the bigger bully — the smartass attorney who scorched the Denver Fire Department, or the fussbudget judge who threw out the verdict?
With this much press, Scottie Ewing doesn't need to advertise for his swinger-friendly Sugar House.
The SuicideGirls are ready to torch the town.
A punk-rock burlesquecapade puts the suicide squeeze on one local venue.
A new documentary ensures that Friends Forever will live forever on celluloid.
Hot times in the old town
Ride the light...ride the light...ride the light.
War is fueling the star power of Colorado's -- and possibly the nation's -- ballsiest military analyst.
Denver officials and the press grope for the best way to deal with bogus anthrax scares.
How does the media get back to normal when no one can say what normal is?
Dumb's the word.
An appreciation of fireguys, and one rogue amazon.
A state lab technician worries about safety in the workplace.
DENVER'S PARAMEDICS TRY--AND FAIL--TO BAIL OUT OF THE CITY'S HEALTH AGENCY.
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