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The Fourteen Most Promising New Restaurants of 2016 — So Far

3 months ago by Westword
We're halfway through 2016 and new restaurants keep piling up (there were 23 openings in June alone). Great eateries have popped up everywhere from Lyons to the southern suburbs, so it's not just central Denver that's experiencing the boom — and that's great news for residents of outlying neighborhoods and...

Alice Goes Through the Looking Glass Into a World of Formula

4 months ago by April Wolfe
The guiding principle of Lewis Carroll’s classics Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass is that logic does not exist. You tumble down rabbit holes and into mirrors willy-nilly, and you try to survive, feeling what you feel, having fun when you can — oh, and try not to drown...

Top Ten Celebrity Denver Broncos Fans

8 months ago by Michael Roberts
The hype leading up to the Denver Broncos' appearance in Super Bowl 50 continues to build, and it won't let up until game time or after. In the meantime, folks across the country are deciding whether to root for the upstart Carolina Panthers or the team led by Peyton Manning, who...

The Ten Best Comedy Events in Denver in October

1 year ago by Byron Graham
Although the blockbuster comedy lineup of September 2015 may be difficult to beat in terms of star-wattage, October's offerings deliver just as many laughs per minute. Halloween giggle treats abound this month, and everyone from cinephiles to political wonks to '90s nostalgists can find a show fancy enough to tickle. Among our to...

The Ten Best Movie Events In Denver In July

1 year ago by Keith Garcia
Welcome to July, baby, where the heat isn’t only on the pavement and the fireworks aren’t just in the sky, but on the big screen too. Let our chronological list lead you and your Popsicle-stained fingers through an ice cream truck’s worth of movie goodies in Denver this month. 10)...

Two Denver Restaurants Earn Status Among the Best in World from Travel + Leisure

1 year ago by Mark Antonation
We've known it all along: The restaurant scene inside Union Station — the transportation hub reopened last summer after a grand renovation — is world-class. Not only did we name the iconic building the Best New Restaurant Neighborhood in our Best of Denver 2015 edition, but we also included two...

Every New Colorado Concert Announcement

2 years ago by Jon Solomon
After selling out its June 6 Pepsi Center show earlier this week, U2 added a second show on Sunday, June 7 as part of its iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour 2015. Tickets ($65-$275) go on sale on Monday, March 30 at 10 a.m.  Swallow Hill announced its Summer Stage Concert Series at the...

The Ten Best Comedy Events in Denver in February

2 years ago by Byron Graham
By the time February settles in, Denverites have already plowed through their Netflix queues and ordered from every restaurant within their delivery radius, so by now everyone is ready to face facts and brave the dreadful climate for a chance to get out of the house. Between its centerpiece romantic holiday, historical significance and the odd leap year, February is a month for going about one's business and pretending bot to be miserable. However, since nothing salves the weary valves quite like a truly hilarious joke, Westword has compiled a list of fancy-tickling comedy shows to keep readers giggling all throughout this short, bleak month. With a flourishing of new local shows, visits from comedy legends of past and present and even a smattering of Valentine's Day themed entertainment, there are more reasons than ever to spend the winter laughing in the dark with strangers, trying to forget how lonely we all are.

The Trends That Drove Denver Restaurant Openings in 2014

2 years ago by Mark Antonation
This was a year of big changes. I went from writing a weekly blog post about Federal Boulevard to covering the Denver food scene every day as a full-time job -- and there has been plenty to cover. I was lucky enough to land the gig in the middle of...

Medical marijuana regulations: Q&A with Matt Cook, the man behind the rules

6 years ago by Joel Warner
One of the main people to thank -- or curse -- for Colorado's new medical marijuana regulations is Matt Cook, senior director of enforcement at the Department of Revenue. Cook, who worked closely with legislators developing the rules, is now in charge of enforcing them and will be helming the...


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