Denver Off The Wagon, Imbibe, and PorchDrinking.com feted Denver's newest breweries at the New Kids on the Block Beer Festival on March 27. The 80s-themed party at The Lobby featured unlimited beer tastings and a costume contest. All photos by Ken Hamblin.
Songsmith Esme Patterson celebrated the release of her new album, Woman to Woman, with a gig at Hi-dive on March 27. The Paperbird songsmith's new album reimagines classic love songs from the perspective of the woman being serenaded. All photos by Brandon Marshall.
Volunteers from St. Baldrick's Foundation spent the day shaving heads at Lincoln's Road House on March 22, as part of the organization's latest fundraiser for childhood cancel research. All photos by Brandon Marshall.
Cooperation never tasted so sweet. Brewers from around the world gathered at the Curtis Hotel on March 22 to present forty beers created in collaboration with each other. All photos by Danielle Lirette.
On March 20, diners donned blindfolds, then were led to a LoDo loft for the latest edition of Silver Spork Social, a secret supper club that brings together chefs, bartenders and musicians from around Denver to produce a five-course meal complete with entertainment. All photos by Danielle Lirette.
In this week's restaurant review, Westword food critic Gretchen Kurtz visits Mecca Grill to give her take on their Mediterranean cuisine. Read the full review of Mecca Grill by Gretchen Kurtz. Photos by Danielle Lirette for Westword.
Guitarist Tosin Abasi and his progressive metal project Animals as Leaders brought their intricate instrumentals to Summit Music Hall on March 18, playing alongside Chon, After the Burial, and Navenek. All photos by Eric Gruneisen.
"The endurance of the Muppets isn't just the result of the creative skills of Henson and collaborators like Frank Oz, or of smart business decisions, or of sheer dumb luck," writes this paper's film critic Stephanie Zacharek in her review of Muppets Most Wanted. "It's simply that the Muppets...
Cafe Society editor Lori Midson eats out a little more than the average person -- to the tune of about 450 restaurant meals a year. And for the third time, she's counting down her favorite hundred dishes in the Denver area. Follow along on our dining blog.