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Chef and Tell, part two: Robert Bogart on fluffernutters, nutty protein drinks and cooking for Julia Child

6 years ago by Lori Midson
This is part two of Lori Midson's interview with Robert Bogart, executive chef of Elway's Downtown. In part one of that interview, which ran yesterday, Bogart raps on strange guest requests, one roof and how he wishes that cooks would get the respect they deserve. Rules of conduct in your...
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Robert Bogart, executive chef of Elway's Downtown, raps on strange guest requests, one roof and how he wishes that cooks would get the respect they deserve

6 years ago by Lori Midson
Robert Bogart Elway's Downtown 1881 Curtis Street 303-312-3107 www.elways.com This is part one of Lori Midson's interview with Robert Bogart, executive chef of Elway's Downtown. Part two of that interview will run in this space tomorrow. Robert Bogart, a former Marine who became the executive chef of Elway's Downtown in...
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Don't Bogart That Joint

17 years ago by Michael Roberts
The topic that the Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News cover worse than any other is themselves. Sometimes the inaccuracies are unintentional; they're caused by a predictable lack of objectivity, perhaps, or the seemingly benign but actually corrosive tendency to give statements made by their overseers a free pass...
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The Ten Best Westerns Filmed in Colorado (Before The Hateful Eight)

9 months ago by Brad Weismann
Quentin Tarentino’s The Hateful Eight opens this week, the latest chapter in a long tradition of Westerns filmed in Colorado. The state’s epic scenery has made this a destination for filmmakers for more than a century, and many of them made Westerns. From film’s beginnings to the early 1960s, Westerns were...
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Cost in Aspen if You're 21 and Pass a Joint to Someone Who's Younger: $500

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
According to the Aspen Daily News, Aspen currently has one marijuana dispensary for every 1,000 residents -- yet until now, fines for public smoking were vague at best. They've now been clarified, with a judge also determining that someone age 21 or older who gives any amount of pot to...
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Coloradon't: Ten Things You Should Never Do in Colorado

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
The Urban Dictionary defines "Coloradon't" as meaning "Douchey things you shouldn't do in Colorado," and offers the following exchange as an example: Trent: Hey, lets get our Akon bumpin' and get a natty ice sesh goin on a mountain somewhere. Brock: Hella word! (Any self respecting individual): Shut the fuck...
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Photos: Ten Colorado Businesses That Sound Like Dispensaries But Aren't

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
Our Adam Roy recently came upon this sign, which stresses that Genesis Health Wellness Centre "is NOT a marijuana dispensary." But it sure sounds like one -- and plenty of other Colorado businesses do, too. Continue to count down our photo-illustrated list of the top ten Colorado businesses that sound...
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Elway's lights up the grill and Trillium celebrates Finland tonight

3 years ago by Patrick Langlois
The fifth annual Hot Rocks Griller Challenge heats up this evening at Elway's Cherry Creek, 2500 East First Avenue. The party, which runs from 6 to 9 p.m., pits fifteen of Denver's top chefs against each other in a friendly competition benefiting the Denver Health Foundation. See also: - Slideshow:...
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The Peter Franus wine dinner at Elway's Downtown catered equally to vegetarian and omnivore palates

6 years ago by Amber Taufen
Winemaker Peter Franus holds a journalism degree from the University of California at Berkeley -- and his collegiate proximity to Napa Valley ended up being pivotal to his career choice, which is winemaking. His first wine, a zinfandel, was produced in 1987, and Franus has been creating delicious wines ever...
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How YouTube and Internet journalism destroyed Tom Cruise

2 years ago by Amy Nicholson
It was Jason Tugman's first day of work. Almost a decade later, he still remembers the screams. A former circus fire-eater, he'd taken a job as a lighting technician for The Oprah Winfrey Show after burning off a chunk of his tongue. The pay was $32 an hour and he...

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