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10 Restaurants/Bars in Metro Denver Closed in February, 19 Opened

Denver blog posts are glad there are more openings than closings.

At Westword Food & Drink, our Cafe Society staff documents the February restaurant roll call, which includes ten permanent closures, four temporary shut-downs, two name changes and (the good news) nineteen restaurant and/or bar openings in the metro area last month.

Denver Stiffs' Gordon Gross documents the Denver Nuggets' latest overtime game — this time (surprise) a win over the Dallas Mavericks.

Mile High Mamas' Amber Johnson lists spring break activities for kids in Denver.

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