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Michael Andre Autopsy Finds Coke, Ecstasy

9 years ago by Crystal Preston-Watson
Michael Andre and his wife, Marie. A coroner’s report issued yesterday by the Denver Office of the Medical examiner shows that Michael Andre was experiencing “acute intoxication” at the time of his death on February 23. The popular criminal defense attorney, had barricaded himself inside his Cherry Creek town home...

The Mile High City Has Inspired Creations From the Denver Boot to John Denver

10 months ago by Kyle Wagner
Oh, James W. Denver, you lucky dude. How many people get not only an omelet named after them, but also a wheel clamp and a steak? In 1858, when land speculator William Larimer renamed the St. Charles settlement at the confluence of Cherry Creek and the South Platt e River...

The Ten Best Eateries on West 32nd Avenue

12 months ago by Linnea Covington
Every time we turn around it appears something new is popping up on West 32nd Avenue, from West Highland to LoHi. With options including Detroit-style pizza, small-batch ice cream and epic sandwiches, anything you might want to eat can be found on this mile-and-a-half stretch. While it's hard to pick...

The 50 worst rock/pop lyrics: The complete list

4 years ago by Josiah M. Hesse
Well, here we are, at the end of the road of lyrical idiocy. As our countdown to crappiness finally culminates, we've trained our eye on some of the greatest lyricists in rock, who, during select moments, greatly disappointed us with their valueless verse. These lyrics are all bad on their...

Denver Burger Battle: The meat of the matter in photos

5 years ago by Lori Midson
Aside from the vegetarian burgers from Root Down, which, ironically, were the first to sell out, last night's porny Denver Burger Battle was a carnivorous animal-style nirvana of bloody meat candy, bacon and foie gras. The sold-out soiree pitted twelve restaurants, all of which hustle burgers in one guise or...

From the week of September 10, 2009

"Boulevard of Dreams," Westword staff, September 3 Colorful Colorado I really enjoyed the interesting tidbits in "Boulevard of Dreams" and would like to add a few other "missing icons" from that stretch to the list. First of all, there was the majestic Cooper Theatre, located at 900 South Colorado Boulevard...

Second Helping

11 years ago by Jason Sheehan
No local discourse on comfort food would be complete without a few words regarding the humble breakfast burrito. And while there are many, many places in town that serve up great breakfast burritos at all hours of the day and night, this week I'm stumping for one that may be...

7-Eleven's new low-calorie Slurpee -- just in time for Free Slurpee Day!

4 years ago by Jenn Wohletz
Low-cal this, low-cal that: Even 7-Eleven's Slurpees are now getting thinner, with a new line Slurpee Lite Fanta Sugar-Free Mango made with Splenda that boasts just half the calories of an original Slurpee. I'm not a regular Slurpee drinker; I'm a little wary of anything that's the same color as...

Medical marijuana dispensary review: Urban Cannabis on South Downing

6 years ago by William Breathes
This dispensary has closed. I stopped by Urban Cannabis last year, but never ended up writing a review about it. At the time, they didn't have much on their shelves from their own garden, and what they did have was overpriced and not worth the digital ink to report. This...

Ted's Montana Grill

9 years ago by Jason Sheehan
There are many things that should be part of a restaurant critic's working kit. Credit cards, first and foremost, or a large wad of cash. A healthy appetite and a willingness to eat (almost) anything put before you. One of those noise-o-meters would be cool, so that you could determine...


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