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Hickenlooper to help grill Anthony Bourdain

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The last time Anthony Bourdain came to Denver, on a book tour in 2002, he wasn't impressed with the town -- and said so. So he'll have a lot to answer for during his Q&A at the Buell Theatre next Wednesday night.

Helping to grill Bourdain:: Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, the geologist turned restaurateur turned politician who'll introduce the author.

Hick will no doubt give Bourdain a taste of what this city has to offer. For more ideas, see these suggestions from our readers who entered a contest to win tickets to see Bourdain. The winner of that contest will be announced later today.

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