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Remembering Jack Splitt: MMJ Jack's Law Namesake Loses Fight for Life

1 month ago by Michael Roberts
In April, we told you about Meagan Patrick, whose pre-school-age daughter, Addelyn, is an epilepsy sufferer who's made huge strides since she began using medical cannabis treatments. However, Addelyn's public preschool didn't allow MMJ to be administered — although liquid Valium is okay. House Bill 16-1373, co-sponsored by Representative Jonathan Singer, was...
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Auditor Rips Denver Parks and Rec Over Golf Course Contracts

1 month ago by Alan Prendergast
A recent report from the city auditor's office found several weaknesses in the way that Denver Parks and Recreation handles its contracts with private companies — particularly in its concession agreements on city-owned golf courses, which appear to be at odds with established city practices and offer wildly varying terms...
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Chef Dan Kane on Steaks, Del Frisco's Grille and Why He Loves the McRib

3 months ago by Gretchen Kurtz
Denver isn’t the one-horse steakhouse town it used to be. But excitement over this city’s culinary coming of age didn’t make it any easier for Dan Kane to handle the closure of Sullivan’s Steakhouse a year ago. “It was emotional, standing in an empty kitchen — no equipment, no nothing,”...
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On Desert Time: Landscape Photographs by O’Sullivan & Bell, 1871-1874

Sunday, January 8, 10:00AM @ Denver Art Museum
On Desert Time presents photographs by Timothy H. O’Sullivan and William H. Bell made in the American Southwest, 1871-1874. Over four summers, the photographers documented places, cultures and...
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Chef Matt Sullivan Will Head the Kitchen When Choppers Custom Salads Reopens Under New Ownership

1 year ago by Mark Antonation
When Choppers Custom Salads closed earlier this year, it wasn’t because business was bad: Sales were good, and so was the food. But founder Patrick O’Neill was turning his attention toward a new project — the Avanti Food & Beverage development in Lower Highland — and so he decided not...
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First Look: Kline's Beer Hall Serves Beers and Bratwurst in Olde Town Arvada

8 months ago by Mark Antonation
Kline's Beer Hall, the latest project from bar pros Lenka Juchelkova and Mike Huggins, opened last Thursday night in Olde Town Arvada. This is the second bar in the neighborhood from the team, which also runs the Arvada Tavern just a block away. While the Arvada Tavern specializes in cocktails, Kline's main...
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The Ten Best Film Events in Denver in January

9 months ago by Keith Garcia
The new year is upon us and with it comes twelve more months ready to be filled to the brim with films, be they classic or new, fancy or just famous. We continue to be lucky to host such robust and varied cinematic possibilities in our city and so, after...
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Was Robert Dear Arrested Alive Because He's White, Unlike Syed Farook?

10 months ago by Michael Roberts
Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, the reportedly married couple suspected of murdering fourteen people and injuring seventeen others during a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California yesterday, were killed by police. Robert Dear, the gunman in the assault on a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood on November 27, was taken into custody alive...
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First Look: Del Frisco's Grille Opens Tonight in Cherry Creek

11 months ago by Mark Antonation
Most Denverites think steak when they hear the name Del Frisco's — expensive steak. But the new Del Frisco's Grille that opens tonight in Cherry Creek only has three cuts of prime beef on the dinner menu: a filet, a New York strip and a ribeye. The rest of the...

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