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Winter's Bone


Looking for truth in the harsh Winter's Bone

6 years ago by Dan Kois
"Never ask for what ought to be offered," seventeen-year-old Ree Dolly (Jennifer Lawrence) tells her brother in Winter's Bone, Debra Granik's dark and flinty Ozark fairy tale. Those are words to live by for Ree and her people, scattered across the hardscrabble southern Missouri woods. But in Winter's Bone, a...

Got Wood? These Denver Pit Masters Are Redefining Colorado Barbecue

5 days ago by Mark Antonation
Colorado barbecue: two words that many smoked-meat enthusiasts think just don’t go together. This state lacks the tradition, they explain, arguing that all of the barbecue in Colorado is inspired by barbecue from somewhere else. There’s some truth to that: In Denver and the surrounding suburbs, we can find Texas brisket,...

Forrest Fenn's $2M Treasure Is a Hoax, Says Ex of Man Who Died Looking for It

25 days ago by Michael Roberts
A few weeks back, we published a Q&A with Forrest Fenn, the New Mexico eccentric who says he hid $2 million in gold and jewels "somewhere in the mountains north of Santa Fe" as a way of getting people to experience nature rather than simply "sitting on the couch playing...

Taco Hunting: Five Uncommon Tacos in Denver and Where to Find Them

2 months ago by Mark Antonation
If you’re like many Americans introduced to Mexican cuisine in the 1980s and ’90s, you grew up with hard-shell tacos hiding miserly amounts of ground beef and shredded lettuce. Then came grilled chicken swaddled in soft flour tortillas and the revelatory steak tacos — sometimes bearing the seemingly exotic moniker...

Beer Calendar: Winter Warmers, Brewery Anniversary Parties and Nitro Fest

11 months ago by Jonathan Shikes
Odell Brewing, which revealed in July that it would can some of its beers, will roll out the first two, flagships 90 Shilling and Odell IPA, this week. The Fort Collins brewery, which was founded in 1989, had been a staunch holdout when it comes to canning beer. "It wasn't so...

X-Men Marks the Spot at the Sie FilmCenter This Weekend

4 months ago by Keith Garcia
Denver moviegoers, your eyes do not deceive you. This weekend the Sie FilmCenter – our city’s home for the best in arthouse, foreign and independent film – is opening X-Men: Apocalypse, Bryan Singer’s latest big-budget entry in the comic book hero's saga. This particular opening at this particular theater is a fascinating glimpse into...

Bad to the Bone

7 years ago by Cory Casciato
Can it be summer already? I don’t know about anyone else, but for me this winter was both brutal and interminable, and spring has been too wet and cold to offer much relief. Maybe it’s just the combination of expensive heating oil and living in a poorly insulated house, but...

Denver Metal Band Arise in Chaos Gets Mega-Deal

5 months ago by Brett Callwood
When you’re in a band, starting at the bottom and perhaps still learning your trade, few things are more rewarding than gaining the respect of your peers. If one of those peers happens to run a record label and wants to sign you, then all the better. That’s pretty much,...

100 Favorite Dishes: Marrow Bone Brulee at Mercantile Dining & Provision

2 years ago by Mark Antonation
No. 54: Marrow Bone Brûlée at Mercantile Dining & Provision 1701 Wynkoop Street Denver 720-460-3733 When a server delivers a plate and the predominant feature is a big, split-open femur, it can be a little intimidating. There's no meat, just a scattering of greens and few dabs of sauce, but...


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