Hong Kong Barbecue owners Sun and Jian Yu, originally from Hong Kong, took over what had been Gahring, another authentic-but-eclectic Chinese joint, two years ago; at first glance, their menu doesn't look very different from their predecessor's. Despite the fact that there are enough animal carcasses in the place to spark a PETA demonstration, the vast list is loaded with such familiar items as kung pao chicken and lemongrass beef, as well as fried rice, noodles, hot pots and even curries. Continue reading Laura Shunk's Hong Kong Barbecue restaurant review.
The Denver version of Speed Rack, the all-female bartending competition, got underway Sunday, February 12, 2012 at Casselman's. Ivy Mix, who along with her partner, Lynnette Marrero, founded Speed Rack, says "the cocktail industry has evolved into a bona fide career, but women aren't given the...
Full article: Harry Tuft and Barry Fey officially inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame
Concert promoter Barry Fey and folk musician and Denver Folklore Center founder Harry Tuft were inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame on Sunday, February 12 during a ceremony at the Stadium...
The third edition of Queen of Aces at Hamburger Mary's Club M went down Saturday night, February 11, 2012, as a fundraiser for the Colorado Gay Volleyball Association. Hosted by its first-ever pageant winner: 2009's queen, Daniella DeCoteau, the exhibition included classic pageant elements like...
LA DJ the Gaslamp Killer (a.k.a. William Benjamin Bensussen) provided music along with openers Coult 45 and Dodger on Saturday, February 10, 2012 at Beauty Bar. Britt Chester brings back these photos from the party.
Widespread Panic opened the first of a three-night stay at the Fillmore Auditorium on Friday, February 10, 2012. Eric Gruneisen brings back these photos from the show.
Review: Widespread Panic at the Fillmore Auditorium, 2/10/2012
Cirque du Soleil's Dralion show opened at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield on Tuesday, February 8, 2012. Photographer Javid Rezvani spent the afternoon with the performers and crew of the show before it opened.
When Kevin Morrison, a former exec at the Spicy Pickle, decided to get in on the food-truck game two years ago, he named his truck Pinche Tacos -- which was deliciously amusing to most people who got the joke. Continue reading Laura Shunk's Pinche Taqueria restaurant review.
Photos by Mark Manger.
The way big snowstorms bring people together -- in grocery stores before and on sidewalks after -- or that despite the complexities of technology and politics, the height of civic sophistication in Denver is defined by backyard chickens, are just two of the ways cartoonist Kenny Be loves Denver.
This week's cover story, "The Reel West," by Melanie Asmar, looks at plans championed by Governor John Hickenlooper to make Colorado a more attractive locale for filmmakers. The state has a long history as the setting for film and television, although the number of productions here has fallen...
Even without Tim Tebow and the Broncos, there was plenty of East Coast cheer in Denver for Super Bowl XLVI. The Tavern Uptown hosted Giants fans, while Highland Tap and Burger served Pats buffs $5 pints of Sam Adams.
Brandon Marshall brings back these photos from two watch parties in Denver.