Eighteen TVS -- eighteen! -- hang from the walls and rafters at the Dancing Crab, a newly opened Louisiana-style seafood restaurant and sports bar in Aurora that occupies the former Shin Sa Dong space, which abruptly closed earlier this summer. The cavernous, 8,000-square-foot restaurant, now bedeck ... More >>
"Oh, can't you see/This award shames our degrees/Brought a criminal to town/So we're marchin' all around." This was one chant repeated by a group of students, professors, Occupy Denver leftovers and other activists Monday afternoon outside the Hyatt Regency. They were expressing dismay over the Uni ... More >>
Just like they play sports, most people play video games for fun. But also just like they play sports, some people play video games competitively, both professionally and in organized amateur leagues. Yes, really. All over the world, big-money tournaments take place constantly, offering the top game ... More >>
Suffice it to say that I eat out more than the general population, unless, of course, the general population can catalogue more than 450 restaurant meals in a year -- which is about the number of breakfasts, lunches and dinners that I stomached in 2012. Pathetic, isn't it? But all those food dates a ... More >>
The neighborhood surrounding the University of Denver has always been transient, at least where restaurants are concerned, but the latest joint in which to get a beverage and a bite seems to have staying power. Beantree Coffee and Deli, which recently opened at 2076 South University, is one of those ... More >>
The 1992 Lithuanian men's basketball team was much more than a bad fashion statement punctuated by mullets and tie-dye T-shirts. It was a crusade for liberty, pride and independence. While overshadowed by the U.S. team -- aka the Dream Team -- at the OIympic Games in Barcelona, it was the Lithuanian ... More >>
Josh Barhaug Fired Up 1135 Bannock Street 303-825-1995 www.gtfiredup.com Part one of my chef interview with Josh Barhaug, who mans the line -- and pizza oven -- at Fired Up, ran yesterday; this is part two of our chat. What you'd like to see more of in Denver/Boulder from a culinary standpoint: ... More >>
See Also: - Trace Bundy talks about his unexpected success in South Korea - Heaven Fest quickly growing into a destination festival - HeavenFest's pure motives Boulder-based guitar virtuoso Trace Bundy has been a YouTube sensation for a few years now with more than twenty million views of his vario ... More >>
When the members of local experimental rock band Eldren gathered themselves and their gear together for a June 4 show at Aspen's Belly Up, they quickly noticed one person was missing: Josh Lee, the group's violinist, vocalist and electric guitarist. And then they received a call. From inside the Imm ... More >>
Though Korean barbecue joints are everywhere, Korean fried chicken is surprisingly hard to come by in this town. So I was really excited to sing the praises of the glorious, crisp-skinned Korean fried chicken I'd found -- at long last -- at Al Bae Nae, a Korean street food place in an Aurora strip m ... More >>
I love fried chicken -- from the triple-fried wing coated in sticky, spicy sauce of Southeast Asia to the Southern comfort of a battered and fried drumstick paired with mashed potatoes and gravy. But the Korean version could be my all-time favorite.
Havana Street or South Federal Boulevard. Which of these ethnic food hot spots is tops? Vote below!
Tony Clement Roam 1033 East 17th Avenue 720-382-2935 www.denverseafoodrestaurants.com This is part two of my interview with Tony Clement, exec chef of Roam. Part two of our chat ran yesterday.
Shin-il Kim, "Temporal Continuum: Intuitively Know Elan Vital Operate Emptiness," 2010.Where is art happening? Many of the most contemporary trends are coming from urban Asia -- Beijing, Tokyo, Seoul -- where technology wraps itself around ancient aesthetics with bold results. There are plent ... More >>
It's not every day that you see a cow in an inner tube. Of course, it's also not every day that records are broken. No word yet on whether Water World helped break the Guinness world record today for the largest swimming lesson, but one thing's for sure: the attempt was a lot of fun. Accordin ... More >>
North and South Korea have reunited, the U.S. economy breaks down and erupts in civil war and, suddenly, America is occupied by Korean forces from across Asia. Sounds far-fetched, sure, but that's the premise of Homefront, a new game from Kaos Studies that seeks to imagine the world of occupi ... More >>
Lori MidsonWill Cisa The Corner Office 1401 Curtis Street 303-825-6500 www.thecornerofficedenver.com/food/dinner This is part two of my interview with Will Cisa, executive chef of the Corner Office Restaurant Martini Bar. In part one of that interview, Cisa dished on monumental cooking dis ... More >>
November is off to a fast start, with Quaker Steak & Lube opening its first store in Colorado, the homegrown Egg & I chain opening its 41st restaurant and the owners of Seoul BBQ opening Q Table BBQ. And on Monday, after two weeks of practice, The Village at Edgewater also officially opened ... More >>
Mark MangerSeoul BBQ's sibling restaurant, Q Table BBQ, is now openA month ago, we reported that James and Lily Kwon, owners of Aurora's Seoul BBQ, 2080 South Havana Street, were set to open a new Korean restaurant in Northglenn, Q Table BBQ, 311 West 104th Street, in October. That spot held ... More >>
We knew when we posted the video of the live octopus hot pot at Sik Gaek in Queens that we'd stir some feelings of outrage. And we weren't disappointed. Haterade poured in on Digg, Youtube and Cafe Society, decrying us for what we ate. We already gave special recognition to a particular veno ... More >>
Mark MangerKimchi at Seoul BBQKorean barbecues have been a hot topic this week. I reviewed Seoul BBQ, 2080 South Havana Street in Aurora, and also wrote about my meal at Sik Gaek in Queens. Although both restaurants feature Korean cuisine, the two dinners could not have been more different. ... More >>
That's a squirming live octopus. See video below.Between meals at Seoul BBQ, 2080 South Havana Street in Aurora, I went to New York City, and some friends and I made the trek out to Queens to experience Sik Gaek, a Korean barbecue joint that's gained nationwide notoriety for its gimmickry -- ... More >>
Mark MangerSeoul BBQ's sibling restaurant, Q Table BBQ, will open this month.Veteran restaurant owners James and Lily Kwon opened their first Colorado place, Seoul BBQ, 2080 South Havana Street in Aurora, three years ago. That spot is a Korean barbecue joint that serves up a traditional feast ... More >>
Mark MangerBanchan at Seoul BBQ When I first walked into Seoul BBQ, 2080 South Havana Street, an Aurora spot owned by veteran Korean restaurateurs James and Lily Kwon, I was expecting to dine in a restaurant that, like so many traditional spots from that country, put as much emphasis on the n ... More >>
When a thirteen-year-old picks up a guitar and plays a song, what do you expect? Clumsy fumbling? Maybe mild competence with the occasional touch of style? yeah, us too. That's why this clip is so mind blowing. The kid playing is Trace Bundy protege Sungha Jung, a thirteen-year-old wunderkind from ... More >>
Two Kennedy siblings speak at Unique Lives and Experiences.
A Seoul survivor.
I brake for sex. Even pedestrian sex.
Korean box-office monster emerges from the Han River to slime us stateside.
Aurora Asian Film Festival
This legal immigrant would rather return to a country he barely remembers than stay in limbo.
Olympic stars swoop in for the 2004 Rock and Roll Gymnastics Championships Tour.
Korea's Kim Ki-duk transforms social philosophy into visual poetry.
The Parker Cyber Station serves up death and destruction all night long.
Early last Friday morning, Colorado went Cup Crazy for soccer.
THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION GIVES CONGRESSMAN SCOTT MCINNIS A CRASH COURSE IN KOREAN.