The competition was frothy and furious at Fluid Coffee Bar's "Live to the Fullest Cup" event on Friday night, a fundraiser for local Novo coffee roaster Semeon Abay, who was recently diagnosed with advanced metastatic prostate cancer. Shots were pulled, milk was steamed and froth was sculpted into masterpieces. Best of all, all proceeds went to one of the local coffee scene's most celebrated characters. To find out more about Semeon and how you can donate to his cause, click here.
You're in the clear. The Rockies aren't playing during this first Friday. So here's your chance to make your significant other think you're more than an uncultured slob and not miss an inning. Get out and celebrate Denver Arts Week this Friday evening.
The PleasuresDudes worked the red carpet at the Rape Abuse & Incest National Network charity event. Check out the PleasuresDudes late every Friday night/Saturday morning at 12:37 a.m. on ABC channel 7.
To help keep Timber and Annette’s eleven children straight, here’s a slide show of the different Tillemann-Dick family members, each off on wild adventures. Photos courtesy of the Tillemann-Dick family.
After the Denver stop of the Warped Tour, Jeffree Star, in all his electric pink maned goodness, Travis McCoy from Gym Class Heroes, who killed it on the ones and twos, and a bunch of other acts stopped by the Marquis Theater, where they got it on and on until the break of...well, we're pretty...