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Grateful Bread: From Grain to Loaf

2 months ago
Last summer, Grateful Bread founder Jeff Cleary purchased a custom-made flour mill from the Osttiroler Getreidemühlen company in Austria. Now the bakery is using the mill to create stone-ground flour for rye bread and other loaves and even grinds corn grits for Denver chefs.
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Bread Bar Returns to Life With New Owners in Silver Plume

2 months ago by Mark Antonation
A century-old bakery is finding new life as a cocktail bar in the mountain town of Silver Plume. Bread Bar will host its grand opening on Saturday, July 30, at 1010 Main Street and then will maintain regular hours of 4 to 10 p.m on Fridays and 2 to 10...
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Jaipur Literature Festival, a Celebration of Free Thinking, Opens in Boulder Tomorrow

3 days ago by Brad Weismann
It’s a bizarre bazaar, a mashup of mental might, a creative caravan. The second annual Jaipur Literature Festival starts September 23 in Boulder, throwing seventy writers from around the world together in fifty overlapping conversations over two days — and it's all free. The festival reflects the predilections of its founder,...
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100 Favorite Dishes: Super Pass Key Special at Pass Key

23 days ago by Patricia Calhoun
No. 64: Super Pass Key Special at Pass Key The Colorado State Fair is back in Pueblo, which means you do not want to pass up one of the first vendors you see as you enter the fairgrounds: Pass Key on the Go. For more than fifty years, the Pagano...
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Shouldn't Sausage Party Be Funnier, Wilder — and Less Like a Jeff Dunham Special?

1 month ago by April Wolfe
Hey. Do you guys remember puppet comedian Jeff Dunham, whose downtrodden Mexican “on a steeeek” character José Jalapeño delighted many a middle-class white American in the '90s? Well, imagine he blazed up a joint with Bill Maher, wrote a manifesto on atheism and then made a multimillion-dollar animated feature film...
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Drawn to Misery: BoJack Horseman's Third Season Is Its Best Yet

2 months ago by Zoë Beery
Just over a minute into the third season of the Netflix animated comedy BoJack Horseman, an entertainment-news interviewer asks our hero, “What would an Oscar nomination mean for BoJack Horseman?” The rest of the season is dedicated to answering that question, tracking BoJack (voiced by Will Arnett) from press junkets...
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Denver Public Library Offers a Day of Hugs, Empathy to Fight Homelessness

2 months ago by Alan Prendergast
In the midst of a grim summer of terrorist attacks, political strife and racial tension, it can be difficult to stay focused on the positive. But folks at the Denver Public Library, which has been in the vanguard of discussions about homelessness in the city, have an unusual day of...
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Next With Kyle Clark Hopes to Move Past Soundbites, "Caricature" Local TV News

2 months ago by Ana Campbell
On Tuesday during a Facebook Live, Kyle Clark, everyone's favorite snowy-patio-furniture dissing, colorful-sports-jacket-wearing 9News anchor, announced a new project months in the making. Debuting August 5, Next with Kyle Clark will air at 6 p.m. Monday through Friday after 9News' regular 5 p.m. newscast.  It's a departure for 9News, or any...
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La Guatemalteca: Two Stops for Central American Breakfast and Pastries

3 months ago by Mark Antonation
When it comes to south-of-the-border restaurants, Denver is certainly not lacking in Mexican-cuisine options — but what about farther south? Aside from a smattering of Salvadoran joints frying up pupusas, the countries of Central America have yet to establish a firm presence on Denver’s culinary map. Where, for example, can...
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Long Before Colorado Legalized Pot, It Was the Country's Glue-Sniffing Capital

3 months ago by Gregory Daurer
Paul Thompson had a forged note from his mother in hand, authorizing him to purchase model-airplane glue. The preteen presented the phony document to the man behind the counter of the drugstore at West Alameda Avenue and South Federal Boulevard, who then sold Thompson his ration of two tubes. Once,...

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