World of Beer, the Florida-based bar chain that focuses on craft beer, will open is second Denver-area location on August 12 in Belmar, at 7260 West Alaska Drive. The company unveiled its first spot, in the City Set development in Glendale, last May, and plans to open several more locations in Color ... More >>
When Dry Dock Brewing filled its one millionth can of beer on June 19 -- an Apricot Blonde -- just six months after the company began canning its brews, the moment brought a little sense of pride to the staff of Wild Goose Canning Technologies. The Boulder engineering company had supplied the machi ... More >>
Yeah, I know: It's ridiculous. We ought to be celebrating the Broncos' 26-13 victory over the Raiders in Oakland last night. After all, it's Denver's eighth straight win, and it keeps alive the chance that the team could move up in playoffs seeding. But damn it if Peyton Manning's transformation of ... More >>
The scene at Jugz Sports Tavern should have been celebratory last night. After all, the bar caters to Broncos fans, and earlier in the day, Denver defeated Tampa Bay for the team's seventh straight victory. But that was before two police officers confronted Marcus Ray Martinez, a 27-year-old car the ... More >>
Cigar City Brewing, a small Florida beer maker with a huge following nationwide, will pour some of its highly-sought-after beers at a handful of Colorado taphouses for the first time this year during the Great American Beer Festival. The Tampa Bay brewery doesn't normally distribute outside Florida, ... More >>
Andrea Steele, founder and director of the International Freethought Film Festival describes herself as: "an agnostic atheist with secular humanist tendencies." Like sexuality, comics and Occupy Wall Street, there are endless subgroups within the cultures that don't believe in god(s). And whether y ... More >>
Iced Earth (due tonight at Summit Music Hall) came out of the rich heavy metal scene in Tampa Bay, Florida in the late '80s. At a time when melodic heavy metal, especially the glam variety, was on the wane, Iced Earth came in with the wave of metal that produced a melodic speed metal as well as the ... More >>
TGIF! We made it to the weekend! Another fine lineup of live music in store for you in the Mile High City over the next couple days. Tonight, Overcasters play the second night of its three-night stand at City Hall. Dubbed Gathering of the Clouds, the second edition of this three-day festival marks t ... More >>
Best Of app. Download hereOur Best of Denver issue (which hits newsstands on March 31) is sure to be a big, bulky thing, as it is every year. Unless you possess a European men's carry-all, it can be tough to tote around. Which is why we came up with the Best Of... iPhone app. It's free, it in ... More >>
Kyle Orton.After Sunday's humiliating defeat at Arizona, the Broncos are at 3-10 -- a mark that recalls the horrific '60s and early '70s. And since Kyle Orton is suddenly playing down to that level, we thought it was the perfect time to revisit our slideshow of the most mediocre quarterbacks ... More >>
Broncos wide receiver/resident diva Brandon Marshall has vowed to show up for training camp -- not because he's a loyal teammate, but because he's "not gonna let them take more money." And a little luck -- or perhaps a little help from a friendly judge or scheduler -- could keep him in camp despite ... More >>
In support of Yes, their tenth full-length album(!), synth-pop kings Pet Shop Boys have just announced an eighteen-date North American tour, to begin at the end of August. The show promises to be filled with plenty of costumes, capers and theatricality. Unfortunately, the tour schedule is focus ... More >>
There were few players or coaches with Colorado connections on the field in Tampa Bay during yesterday's far-better-than-anticipated Super Bowl. But in-between the action, a few square-state notables popped up. Among the local-commercial highlights were Frontier Airlines spots for "Super Roll 43," ... More >>
The worsening of the economy over the past seven or eight months hasn't changed Denver Post editor Greg Moore's opinion about the importance of sending staffers to personally witness the most major of sporting spectacles. In the May 2008 Message column "Olympics Travel a Hurdle for Local News Medi ... More >>
When Peyton Hillis became the 47th Bronco running back to go down with an injury this year, he opened the door for rookie Cory Boyd to be the next back to rush his way onto your fantasy playoff roster. Sure, the Broncos will trot out Tatum Bell as the starter, but Bell proved on Sunday to be one of ... More >>
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