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Review: Edge Theater Company Playing a Different Tune With Murder Ballad

26 days ago by Juliet Wittman
The Edge Theater Company has never staged a musical during its six years, nor has Edge artistic director Rick Yaconis ever directed one — until now, when Edge is roaring into the new season with a scintillating pop-rock work called Murder Ballad. This isn’t a standard musical. The small-scale, sung-through...

More Kaos: Our Restaurant Roll Call for May 2016

4 months ago by Mark Antonation
May has come and gone, bringing with it some new restaurants — and taking away a few.  A number of openings, closings and other changes came from some of our favorite chefs and restaurateurs this month. Patrick Mangold-White, who brought Uno Mas Cantina y Taqueria and Kaos Pizzeria to Old...

Chefs in the News: A Second Helping of Westword Food & Drink, May 9-13

4 months ago by Cafe Society
Chefs were in the news this week as Mary Nguyen announced the imminent closing of her longtime Uptown neighborhood gem P17, to be balanced by the opening of a second Olive & Finch in Cherry Creek North. And Elise Wiggins ended her decade-plus run at Panzano, one of our favorite Italian restaurants...

Review: Robischon Gallery's Trio of Solos Is a Real Home Run

6 months ago by Michael Paglia
Although the Colorado Rockies don’t take Coors Field for several weeks — the home opener is April 8 — hits are already flying nearby. Three spectacular solos now on view at Robischon Gallery are real home runs, and they make the place look more like a museum than usual. As...

The Twelve Best Restaurants on Colfax Avenue

7 months ago by Cafe Society
Colfax Avenue is known for many things: dive bars, gritty urban street life, a thriving music scene, late-night action. Most striking though is the diverse roster of restaurants nearly as long as the street itself, with old-school greasy spoons and steakhouses, taquerias, walk-up windows, pizza joints, bakeries, coffeehouses and culinary samples...

Sassafras American Eatery

As anyone who's gone out for breakfast recently knows, Denverites love their morning meal: Hour-long waits at joints that serve up a mean pancake aren't uncommon. Sassafras opened in Capitol Hill...

Fourteen Places to Party on New Year's Eve — and Six More Tasty Events This Week

9 months ago by Ben Landreth
Goodbye 2015, hello 2016! Finish the year with a flourish by celebrating this city's food scene. From a mac-and-cheese class to a plethora of New Year's Eve events, the culinary calendar is overflowing this week. Here's just a taste of what's on tap: Monday, December 28  Dicken's Opera House will...

New Year's Eve: Nineteen Places to Eat and Drink...and Two Spots to Recover Tomorrow

9 months ago by Ben Landreth
Denver will be buzzing with New Year's Eve events tonight — and then come the resolutions. Are you going to set goals to lose weight and and hit the gym more? Maybe you should come up with something more realistic, like vow to get out and indulge more in Denver's...

Ann Marie Miller: Is ex-MMJ Caregiver Mystery Woman With Burned-Off Fingerprints?

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
A bizarre story out of Ohio in which a woman burned off her fingerprints to hide her identity has a Colorado connection -- one that appears to pertain to Ann Marie Miller, a onetime medical marijuana caregiver charged with assorted crimes who was featured in this space on several occasions...

Review: Table 6 Is Still Really Something

2 years ago by Gretchen Kurtz
It had been years since I’d had a full meal at Table 6. I’d met family there for appetizers, had even popped in for a glass of wine and tater tots on my way home from work, using the low-key communal bar to ease the transition from a solitary day...


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