Just three months after opening in the Platt Park neighborhood, Denver Pearl Brewing is changing its name in order to avoid confusion and the possibility of legal action from two other breweries, one local and one in another state. Denver Pearl has selected a new name -- one that avoids the words ... More >>
Summer is on its way, and the best way to greet its start is with some hot fashion events. From celebrating Denver Fashion Truck's first anniversary to a steamy pool-party fashion series, here are ten must-attend events to put on the June calendar. See also: Host a fashion swap party -- everything ... More >>
In A Federal Case, I'll be eating my way up Federal Boulevard - south to north - within Denver city limits. I'll be skipping the national chains and per-scoop Chinese joints, but otherwise I'll report from every vinyl booth, walk-up window and bar stool where food is served. Here's the report on thi ... More >>
Though it's tempting to flee for the mountains in these hot summer months, Denver has plenty to cool events that won't drain your gas tank or your wallet. From free film screenings to a concert featuring brand-new bands, this weekend is full of fun, inexpensive activities. Share other bargains in ou ... More >>
Over the last seven years, Matthew Brown and Fancy Tiger have been supplying Denver with stylishly modern and subtly classy clothing and house decor. As the store prepares to celebrate its seventh anniversary next weekend, Brown is also getting ready to unveil a hodgepodge of new endeavors. With a s ... More >>
Summertime, and the living is easy: sit under the stars and watch Steven Spielberg's E.T., attend a few art shows, catch a production of Hairspray. There's lots to do in Denver this fun-packed weekend -- and many of the best possibiities are free. For more entertainment opportunities, visit the Wes ... More >>
On Friday, we reported about the tragic death of a snowboarder in an avalanche near Vail Pass; see our original coverage below. The victim has now been identified as Mark McCarron, 38, of Westminster. As part of its original release, the Eagle Police Department noted that McCarron and friends accom ... More >>
As stores start to get in the holiday spirit, your wallet begins to get a work-out. Fortunately, you won't have to spend much this weekend to stay entertained. You can ignore the upcoming holidays and pretend it's still Halloween at a Second Halloween art show, dance like a fool in a flash mob, atte ... More >>
It's a scientific fact that if you watch the canon of David Lynch's full-length films back-to-back, your eyeballs will not only melt, but David Lynch himself will somehow randomly appear to film your eyeballs melting. Fortunately for safety's sake, there is a week of recovery time between each of th ... More >>
Three Kings Tavern hosted its sixth Annual "F@#K X-Mas Party" on Christmas night with Ooh La La Burlesque and Mark Star Karaoke. The 21-and-up party promised to include "the best of everything 3 Kings all at once," which meant lots of Pabst Blue Ribbon, music, burlesque and holiday-themed underpants ... More >>
"Your job should be something you're pumped on," says Preston Strout, co-owner of the High Cascade Snowboard Camp. He's the guest moderator at The Business of Fun, a free event starting at 6 p.m. tonight that's the kick off for the three-day Launch of Winter celebration at Battery 621 (click those l ... More >>
As great as it is, don't let this be your only company this weekend.This 4th of July weekend, no one should be left watching the tube, sitting on the couch and drinking a Pabst Blue Ribbon all by themselves. No sir. There are plenty of things to do on this three-day weekend, and not all of th ... More >>
Photo: Kelly KaoudisThe artists got a free cube of PBR, and they were not going to let those go to waste.In an effort to ward off the persistent tagging of its building, The Matchbox on Larimer Street hired a group of some of Denver's biggest-name artists -- with funding from Pabst Blue Ribbo ... More >>
Andrew Hoffman's PBR design will become a muralThe wall on the side of Five Points bar the Matchbox gets tagged. A lot. When it was still the Orange Cat Studios in 2008, it was the site of turf wars during the Democratic National Convention. The new owner of the space on 2625 Larimer Street, ... More >>
Caffeinated malt beverages may have been pushed off the shelves by lawmakers worried that young, ignorant drinkers would be unable to resist the marketing tactics, but that didn't put an end to unpalatable alcohol masked by artificial flavoring: fruit-flavored booze-packed caffeine-free repla ... More >>
One of the biggest acts in electronic music, the Prodigy exploded onto the British scene with its 1992 debut album, Experience, and 1994 follow-up, Music for the Jilted Generation. The duo of frontman Keith Flint and producer Liam Howlett went on to become one of the first dance bands to succ ... More >>
Athletic, but not in, like, a bourgeois way.For hipsters, the formula for having fun is simple, yet elegant: Take an aspect of the '80s-baby childhood experience, add Pabst Blue Ribbon and take it really seriously -- that's pretty much the logic behind every kickball league, Portlandia's rece ... More >>
Last week, Scottish brewery BrewDog released a beer called The End of History. It's 55 percent alcohol and it comes encased in a dead animal -- specifically, a stoat or a squirrel. Oh, and the brewery only made eleven bottles, so it's charging $764 for the stoat, $1,070 for the squirrel. A he ... More >>
For some time now, Pabst Blue Ribbon has been the predominant staple of the hipster booze diet. It's cheap, it tastes acceptable, but most importantly, it's high in a key nutrient known as "irony," which it derives from its sort-of-patriotic, red-white-and-blue label art, and also from it' ... More >>
Chris ConnerA sexy Trekkie walks by the judges' table at the fourth annual chili cookoff of The Colorado Rogues -- a local pirate reenactment group -- at EZ Pickins' on Saturday.The first e-mail -- from Melissa Cournoyer a.k.a. Daphne TartNSweet, First Mate of The Nautilus, Colorado Rogues -- ... More >>
Lori MidsonJust minutes ago, Food & Wine magazine released the names of the country's Best New Chefs for 2010, and Alex Seidel, executive chef/owner of Fruition, earned one of the ten coveted spots. Bryan Moscatello, the former exec of the long defunct Adega Restaurant and Wine Bar, was the ... More >>
The study of neighbors through their lawn decoration... Photo by Kenny Be Figure 54. Cheesman. Capitol Hill Cavemen bondage bench near Botanic Gardens. Capitol Hill has long been the neighborhood where single men rent the studio apartments in which they construct their man caves. These dank ... More >>
We Coloradans are good at many things: We excel at making SmartWools and long underwear look sexy, for example. We're skilled enough to golf in January and ski in June. We can out-breathe anyone from the Midwest. But most important, Coloradans know how to put the hurt on a case of Pabst Blue ... More >>
I just stumbled upon what could be the most American thing on earth: National Corn Dog Day, the culmination of 233 years of freedom, justice and liberty. And it coincides (on purpose) every year with the first Saturday of the NCAA men's basketball tourney. National Corn Dog Day was started seventeen ... More >>
A challenge for all PBR fans.
Streets of London
Going up the Creek
The Black Eyed Peas get this party started.
Take a spin through the city's coolest cocktails.
How low can you go? All the way, with these fabulously tacky theme parties.
Ten High Bourbon Whiskey and 7-Up
Sour Apple Martini
Pabst Blue Ribbon
It's beer today, gone tomorrow at Western Beverage.
The Stout Pub keeps the home fryers burning.
Inside the Rocky Mountain Heritage Fest, Colorado's first neo-Nazi music festival.
Hair metal finds a new home -- in Aurora.