You might've seen a picture floating around Facebook this morning in which it looks like part of the ceiling caved in at Sancho's Broken Arrow at Colfax and Clarkson. Turns out, the soffit around the bar indeed slipped. But according to Jay Bianchi, folks worked through the night repairing it, and i ... More >>
Nearly a year after Quixote's relocated into the former Bender's location on 13th, owner Jay Bianchi has opened up a new place. This one's called The Donkey O.T. (get it?), and it's at 1630 Federal Boulevard, which was the home of Atmosphere Ultra Lounge since June 2012. Since the bar overlooks Spor ... More >>
THE HEAD AND THE HEART @ MAGNESS ARENA | SAT, 5/25/13 Formed in Seattle in 2009, this project started out playing open mics and within a year after playing countless shows, the Head and the Heart independently released its debut album. The band, whose self-titled album came out on Sub Pop in 2011, i ... More >>
Feel like partying in the park this holiday weekend? Here's your soundtrack, courtesy of Jay Bianchi's Summer of Serendipity series. The two days of free music this weekend at Civic Center Park features The Space Lab: Kraftwerk ReAmped, a supergroup of sorts comprising Jesse Miller from Lotus, Steve ... More >>
To mark the transition of the former Bender's space to the new home of Quixote's True Blue, which opens tonight, the Johnny Cash mural on the eastern wall was replaced with one of Jerry Garcia -- which was then painted over while the artist came up with a replacement Garcia, which was immediately va ... More >>
UPDATE 11/14/12: Alright, now this is just disappointing. As you can see from the photo above, sometime between our last update last night and this morning, some unscrupulous person(s) defaced the new Jerry Garcia mural on the east wall of 314 E. 13th Avenue, the former home of Bender's Tavern and ... More >>
Quixote's True Blue has relocated a few times since first starting out sixteen years ago on 9150 East Colfax in Aurora as a place where Deadheads and kindred spirits could gather after the passing of Jerry Garcia. Next month, the now iconic Denver bar will move again into Bender's Tavern -- the spac ... More >>
The hi-dive is in the process of changing hands. Rest easy, though: We know the new owners, and we like them. A lot. And trust us: So do you. Like the place they're taking over, these dudes and their investors have got plenty of history in the scene, from playing in countless bands and booking shows ... More >>
Just over a year after opening The 1UP arcade and bar in LoDo, owner Jourdan Adler has taken over the space formerly occupied by Pete's Monkey Bar (717 East Colfax Avenue), which made its last pour on Monday night, and plans to open the 2UP next month. Adler says the 2UP is going to have a similar a ... More >>
Just over a year after openingthe 1UP, the hot arcade/bar in LoDo, owner Jourdan Adler has taken over the former home of Pete's Monkey Bar, which closed on Monday, and will be putting a second bar, the 2UP, in that spot. According to Adler, the 2UP will have arcade and Skee-ball collections simila ... More >>
Jay Bianchi and his two brothers opened the original Quixote's True Blue fifteen years ago at 9150 East Colfax in Aurora as a place where Deadheads and kindred spirits could gather after the passing of Jerry Garcia. He says figured the venue might last five years and worried that his regulars would ... More >>
Just a year after taking over the Oriental Theater, the owners of 3 Kings Tavern have thrown in the towel and put the historic, 700-person venue at 4335 West 44th Avenue up for sale. Jim Norris, one of those owners -- and now also part-owner of the new opened Rockaway Tavern -- says they trie ... More >>
flickrâ€‹When it opened in 2002, Dulcinea's 100th Monkey was hip jazz, blues and funk spot, but within a few years it gradually morphed into more of club that embraced the jam nation. It was a fine addition to the Bianchi brothers empire that now includes Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballro ... More >>
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