The first summer edition of Denver Restaurant Week is in full swing, so there's plenty of great food to enjoy around town this week before you plunge into the eating orgy of Labor Day Weekend. Keep reading for a taste of what else is on the culinary menu -- including the start of the Taste of Color ... More >>
Is Ben Carrington Denver's most creative bartender? The people have voted -- over 500 of them, who all jammed onto an outdoor patio at the Four Seasons hotel and selected Carrington's cocktail as the winner at Monday's Most Imaginative Bartender competition. The annual event, sponsored by Bombay Sap ... More >>
Tonight's Urban Nights Fashion Show, a benefit for Urban Peak, is just the start of a fashion-packed August. There will also be hot pool parties, cool exhibits, and the city's biggest community swap. Keep reading for the eight best fashion events this month. See also: Skye Gibson Designs takes fash ... More >>
Actor Kelsey Grammer visited Colorado earlier this week, but he wasn't in the state where he once maintained a ski home for pleasure. Quite the opposite, in fact. He appeared via video conference from Denver at a Buena Vista parole hearing for Freddie Glenn, a man convicted of killing Grammer's youn ... More >>
Denver bartenders, are you feeling inspired? If so, shake up your creative juices, because Bombay Sapphire's Most Imaginative Bartender Competition is coming to town on Monday, August 4 -- and the deadline to enter the contest is July 14. The yearly competition asks bartenders to craft their most co ... More >>
Summer is in full swing and the temperature's rising. Here are a few happenings around town to keep you cool with beer events, a pool party and an evening movie showing. For the more culinary-minded, Oak at Fourteenth and Beast Bottle show off their cooking chops with special dinners, or just get ... More >>
Denver, says Dean Simon, is prime culinary territory for a "markedly unique concept," in this case, a fast-casual, gourmet waffle sandwich shop that goes by the name of Bruxie, the "i" of which is roofed with black, red and yellow dots, the colors of which are representative of Belgium, home, of cou ... More >>
This week's cover story, "Bullet. Proof.," tells the story of Karina Sartiaguin Vargas, who was shot three years ago outside Aurora Central High School. The bullet wasn't meant for her, but it hit her anyway, paralyzing her from the belly button down. Because Karina was undocumented, she had a hard ... More >>
Firmly settled into fall, we continue to look for new and exciting things to wear in this chilly season. And this month, we can also wrap ourselves around several exciting fashion events. See also: Colorado Fashion Week 2013 a marathon for fashion lovers
In December 2010, then-sixteen-year-old Karina Vargas was shot while standing outside Aurora Central High School, where she was a student. The bullet, which was intended for someone else, hit her in the lower back, paralyzing her from the waist down. The shooter, reputed gang member Luis Guzman-Rinc ... More >>
The newest Modmarket will open on Tuesday, July 30 at 3475 South University Boulevard in Cherry Hills. This will be the homegrown chain's fifth restaurant in the metro area, and two more locations are slated to open this fall: in Longmont and on the 16th Street Mall. Find more information on Modmark ... More >>
The thirteenth annual Flavors of Denver takes place this evening from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Four Seasons Hotel, 1111 14th Street. The event features signature dishes from twenty local chefs, including Daniel Asher of Root Down and Linger, Mitch Mayers of Black Pearl, Jensen Cummings of Row 14, Eric Ri ... More >>
Three Denver restaurants will have new patios for summer time enjoyment. EDGE, at the Four Seasons Hotel downtown, opens its renovated outdoor patio on June 26, featuring new planters and an enclosed cover to protect eaters from chilly nights on the town.
Mark MangerI got my own taste of living like a 1-percenter when, for this week's review, I grabbed a table at Edge, the opulent restaurant tucked inside of the year-old Four Seasons hotel. Through a game-heavy steakhouse menu, the restaurant serves up its own version of Colorado -- and it's a ... More >>
This is part two of my interview with Simon Purvis, executive chef of the EDGE at the Four Seasons. Part one of that interview ran in this space yesterday. Simon Purvis EDGE at the Four Seasons 1111 14th Street 303-389-3000 www.fourseasons.com/denver/dining Favorite restaurant in America: I had ... More >>
Lori Midson On Saturday night, the ritzy new Four Seasons hotel, which opened on October 19, hosted one of the most amazing blowout parties of the year, attracting well over 1,000 movers and shakers, who forked over $325 each to partake in the revelry, which included stilt walkers, a mechan ... More >>
Lori MidsonNext Tuesday, on October 19, at the stroke of noon, the glitzy Four Seasons Hotel will open at 1111 Fourteenth Street. EDGE Restaurant and Bar, the hotel's on-site food temple, billed as a "progressive American steakhouse," will also start turning out prime grade bricks of beef, ch ... More >>
When the Four Seasons Hotel, 1111 14th Street, opens its doors for guests this fall, it will also give Denver a new place to eat: EDGE Restaurant & Bar. Defined by the Four Seasons as a "contemporary steakhouse," the eatery will also feature wild game and a tapas menu, as well as a long, by-t ... More >>
Communications Strategy Group walks a mile in some new shoes.Welcome to the big leagues, medical marijuana. And by that, I mean the public-relations big leagues. Example -- a new poll conducted for Coloradans for Medical Marijuana Regulation showing that "64 percent of voters said they would ... More >>
Talk about bad timing. In May 2007, local real estate developer Nichols Partnership Inc. broke ground on Spire, its ambitious 42-story Denver condominium project (the tallest residential tower built in this region in decades). Two months later, the mortgage crisis sent world's financial markets int ... More >>
The Bell Tower is the most talked-about building in Denver that's yet to be built. Ever since local real estate developer Buzz Geller proposed the strikingly angled 34-story condominium at the corner of Speer Boulevard and Market Street, folks have been buzzing about it -- some grumbling, while othe ... More >>
The logo for the Carpenters' District Council of Kansas City & Vicinity. Here’s a new one for your downtown Denver commute: The enormous red-and-white billboard on Court Place, protesting a construction company that hires undocumented immigrants. "Shame on Spacecon Specialty Contractors, LLC fo ... More >>
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