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Ousted Jeffco School Board Member Promotes Trump

If you've been tracking Jeffco school board member Julie Williams since she was ousted last year, you know she's been keeping her hand in politics with occasional salvos on Facebook. One of her Facebook causes has been to promote Republican...Show More Summary

Two Spoons Closes in Boulder, Fior di Latte Takes Over

Two Spoons closes its doors, while Fior di Latte plans to expand into the space After nine years in business, ice cream shop Two Spoons, owned by Spruce Confections, has closed its doors. A notice was posted on the storefront at 1021...Show More Summary

Bar Dough Team Doubles Down in LoHi with Señor Bear

The restaurant will launch in the former Jezebel's space in the spring One of Denver's most talented chefs, Blake Edmunds will open Señor Bear as executive chef early next year. After spending the last year at Bar Dough, Edmunds, who...Show More Summary

RiNo's Cold Crush Closed in the Wake of Fatal Shooting and Controversy

The Denver Police Department is pursuing a public nuisance case against the popular nightclub Last weekend, 29-year-old Tyrone Adair Jr., a.k.a. rapper Bossman Goodie, was shot and killed outside Cold Crush – the live music and artistic venue at 2700 Larimer Street. Show More Summary

Newcomer Latigo Gains its Footing in Ballpark

See what online reviewers are saying about the new restaurant from Chef Ignacio Leon The Before the Game Scene: Plenty of locals take care to include Latigo in their Rockies game routine. Online reviewers recommend hitting the restaurant...Show More Summary

Eleven Bao Buns You Should Try in Denver

The options seem endless Bao buns, in all their pillowy goodness, have been making their way onto Denver's mainstream menus steadily over the past few years. There are the classics: ramen restaurants and dim sum offerings, but thereShow More Summary

Miracle Fruit, Now Available at the Inventing Room, Plays Tricks on Your Mind

"Flavor Tripping" is a real thing The Inventing Room is all about magic created around desserts. This Willy Wonka-inspired small shop led by chef Ian Kleinman has always been about bringing experiences that changes the perception of a dessert through temperature, color, texture, and flavor. Show More Summary

Bronco Demaryius Thomas Hosts Bowlero Opening Party

48 lanes, food, cocktails, and arcades are awaiting When the new eat-drink-play spot Bowlero opens in Lone Tree next week, Demaryius Thomas of the Denver Broncos will headline the event. Formerly AMF Brunswick XL Lone Tree Lanes, the...Show More Summary

Low Country Kitchen Shares Details on Opening

The upcoming LoHi restaurant has taken over the Vita space Early next year, Steamboat-born Low Country Kitchen will open a Denver outpost at 1575 Boulder Street in the space recently vacated by Vita Restaurant. Its owners, Katy and Brian...Show More Summary

A List: Which Colorado Republicans Will Still Vote for Trump?

I've previously chronicled the various positions of Colorado Republicans on Trump, but this time I ran into problems categorizing their stances.  As you'll see below, there's Never Trump, Broke Up With Trump, Maybe Get Back TogetherShow More Summary

Business Owners Rally for Minimum Wage Ballot Measure

Some 200 business leaders signed, including the founder of Illegal Pete's, Pete Turner As November 8 approaches, the ads multiply and so do the mailers and volume of the advocacy. A group called Colorado Business for a Fair Minimum Wage is urging Colorado citizens to vote in favor of Amendment 70 to raise the minimum wage from the current $8.31. Show More Summary

Gardner's Vote for Pence Wouldn't Count

"Unhappy with Trump? Want to Write In Pence? It Doesn't Work That Way." That's the headline of a story by Colorado Public Radio's Ryan Warner, who did a nice job fact checking U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) Monday, reporting that if Gardner...Show More Summary

La Loma Hosts Last Hurrah in Jefferson Park

The twelve day countdown to the closure has begun On Monday, October 24, after dinner service and a four-day celebration, La Loma Mexican Restaurant will shutter its longtime location in Jefferson Park, a neighborhood it called homeShow More Summary

Restaurateur Frank Bonanno Headlines Newest FuckUp Nights

The lineup of speakers also includes Danny Garipay of Tito's Handmade Vodka and John Hinman of Hinman's Bakery On Thursday, October 13, FuckUp Nights returns with stories of transparency, failure and lots of elbow grease. This next installment...Show More Summary

Vita Turns the Lights Off, Low Country Kitchen Will Replace It

The spot had been open for a decade After a decade in LoHi, Vita Restaurant is calling it quits. The restaurant, which had chef Max Mackissock as its opening chef, served contemporary fare, had a full bar, a stunning rooftop patio, and...Show More Summary

Dining Guide to Denver's Uptown Neighborhood

Tacos and Margaritas, burgers and cocktails, and some killer desserts Uptown, one of Denver's most walkable and denser neighborhoods, continues to grow its dining scene. The East Denver area that is concentrated around 17th and 19th Avenues combines a youthful urban environment with a sprinkling of some of the best eating and drinking establishments. Show More Summary

Small Wonder Shutters in Highland Square

The lights have been turned off for good Small Wonder Food & Wine is the newest addition to the flurry of closures that Denver has experienced in the last few months. The Highland Square restaurant changed ownership and underwent a renovation in the fall of 2014 then changed its name from the Coral Room in February 2015. Show More Summary

Trump Hands to Psycho Penguin: The Best Names from the Great American Beer Fest

Arrogant Hipster, Foreplay, Putin's Revenge, and Brewmance made our list There were 7,227 competition entries at this year's edition of the Great American Beer Festival and they came from 1,752 breweries hailing from 50 states plus Washington, D.C. Show More Summary

Woods' Long Ride on the Trump Train

State Sen. Laura Woods (R-Arvada) first tiptoed onto the Trump train in January, when she called Trump one of her two favorite presidential candidates. Then Woods jumped fully on board in August, when she called Trump the "people's candidate"...Show More Summary

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