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Pasta Jay's adds an outpost in Lone Tree

7 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
Pasta Jay's has opened a new restaurant at 9226 Park Meadows Drive in Lone Tree. That makes three for the Boulder-based business, which didn't have much luck when it made a brief foray into LoDo, at 1435 Market Street (now the Pour House Pub), more than a decade ago, but...
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The Colorado Music Hall of Fame Expands, Plans for Move to Red Rocks

1 year ago by Kiernan Maletsky
The Colorado Music Hall of Fame is headed for an eventful 2015. The organization, which started in 2011, is planning a permanent Hall of Fame facility at Red Rocks — according to director G. Brown, it will be open to the public early this summer. The expansion of the CMHOF...
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The Colorado Music Hall of Fame slated to move into the Red Rocks Trading Post next summer

3 years ago by Dave Herrera
Next summer, The Colorado Music Hall of Fame is moving to Red Rocks. All of the exhibits from the inductees, which have been on display at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield since the hall's inception in April 2011, will be moved into a new home at the Trading Post in...
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Send in the Clowns

17 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
The circus is back in town, transforming Boulder into a bigtop stuffed with big-time media stars. They'll be in the center ring, fighting for interviews and airtime, until Boulder's grand jury finally disbands on October 20, thirteen months after it began investigating the murder of JonBenét Ramsey. The grand jurors...
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To market, to market: Funny, but we could swear that just a month ago Mayor Wellington Webb said he didn't think Stapleton was an appropriate place for a new football stadium. Late last week, however, in light of reports that the proposed November vote on a taxpayer-subsidized replacement for Mile...
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House party: Kevin Marchman, the former head of the Denver Housing Authority who went on to become a public-housing wunderkind in the Clinton administration, apparently had more than family reunions on his mind when he returned to Denver last winter to spend more time with his kin. Marchman, who resigned...
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Better Shred Than Read

20 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
What did Boulder do to deserve this? That's a stupid question. Next question. Okay. So why did Boulder call a rare news conference last Thursday, introduce it as a "briefing" and then let Boulder County District Attorney Alex Hunter launch into a half-hour, Mayberry-meets-Naropa soliloquy that covered everything from his...
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Getting soaked: The socialite crowd attending Ocean Journey's pre-opening gala last weekend had to be nimble to dodge the wet weather, but it's the general public that's going to get hosed when they hit the ticket windows next month. No expense was spared in building the much-hyped, special-effects-laden mega-aquarium, and...
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17 years ago by Jonathan Shikes
Separation anxiety: Now that Ocean Journey is open, it looks like the Denver Zoo recognizes it has some competition for cute and cuddly animal stories, an area it used to have all to itself. A billboard at 15th and Platte streets--a corner that is conspicuously close to Ocean Journey, with...
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Justice, Boulder Style

16 years ago by Juliet Wittman
Patsy Ramsey: I want you to look at me and tell me what you think happened. Steve Thomas: Actually, I'll look you right in the eye. I think you're good for this. I think that's what the evidence suggests. -- Larry King Live, May 31, 2000 For Steve Thomas, an...

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