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Bush Cousin Stapleton Doesn't Disavow Trump

In an appearance on KNUS 710-AM's Kelley and Kafer Oct. 11, Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton chose not to disavow Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump--as Stapleton's second cousin, failed presidential canidate Jeb Bush,...Show More Summary

The Ultimate Guide to Pie in Denver and Beyond

Pie makers in Denver and beyond are gearing up to bring us all everything that means fall and Thanksgiving and winter holidays inside a perfect pie crust with fillings that warm our hearts and bring back memories of special times shared with loved ones. Show More Summary

Masterpiece Kitchen Falls Flat, Heifer and the Hen Raises the Ice Cream Bar

Here’s what the critics had to say this week Restaurant critic Gretchen Kurtz skewered Masterpiece Kitchen in her latest Westword review. "Masterpiece Kitchen should've had me at hello. Instead, numerous flaws had me ready to say goodbye,"...Show More Summary

Barbecue and Music Venue Globe Hall Launches Food Truck

And celebrates its first anniversary with events Located in a historic bar in Globeville, Globe Hall just about to turn one and, to celebrate, it has added a new member to the family: Lil’ Betty, the new food truck pictured above. Lil’...Show More Summary

Colorado Is Bringing Cannabis To The Fine Dining World, And They're Knocking It Out Of The Park

It was a blissful Sunday evening in early October, and the night would begin with a question I've never had the chance to ask myself before: "So, what does one wear to a fall cannabis pairing dinner?" I emerged in what can most accurately...Show More Summary

Pastry Queen Mindy Segal Hosts Denver Pop Up

The one-day only pop up event will feature Segal’s famed rugelah and beer pairings from New Belgium One of the country's most celebrated pastry chefs, Mindy Segal, owner of popular Mindy's Hot Chocolate in Chicago and author of Cookie Love, will be in Denver on November 8 with a one-day pop up. Show More Summary

Persian Bakery Pebbles Up for Sale

You can still make an offer today Not all Sweets Week news are sweet. One of Denver’s most unique bakeries, Persian-inspired Pebbles, located at 2160 South Holly Street, is dealing with some serious changes. A post on the site of the...Show More Summary

A Look at the Beef in Colorado's Most Important Election Race

In a welcome Denver Post piece Sunday about the most important election contests in Colorado--the under-the-radar races that will likely determine if Democrats take control of the state senate--State Sen. Laura Woods (R-Arvada/Westminster)...Show More Summary

Denver District Attorneys Battle as Chefs

The Top Chef-like Battle of the Chefs - Benefiting Project PAVE Two of Denver's most prominent lawyers, former Governor and Denver District Attorney Bill Ritter and current Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey will face each the kitchen for a good cause. Show More Summary

Teens Arrested for Murder of Denver Chef

Two 16 year olds are in police custody On October 21, two 16-year-old boys were charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of Nicholas "Nick" Andrew Lewis the Denver Post reported. The two were also accused of attempted aggravated robbery of the Blackbird Public House chef. Show More Summary

Denver's Outstanding Bakeries, Mapped

Croissants, morning buns, macarons, oh my! The smell of dough baking in an oven is irresistible. It's heartwarming and soothing, and even more comforting when the weather is cool outside. Whether it is baguettes, croissants, morning buns, or cookies, the olfactory high they bring when baking is undeniable. Show More Summary

No Thanks, Democrats

Colorado Republican State Sen. Laura Woods of Arvada has removed a post from her Facebook page, in which she thanked alleged "supporters from the Democrat Party." Woods may worry that promoting Democrats on her site would turn away Trump...Show More Summary

Tracking Truffles During This Year's Season

‘Tis the season for the pricey fungus Right now is the right time of the year for truffles, not the chocolate kind, the luxurious fungi. The season is short and the price tags always high but fans of it are ready to shell out three figures for a full experience. Show More Summary

Welcome to Sweets Week

Eater celebrates desserts and treats this week It's the sweetest time of the year. Welcome to Sweets Week here on Eater Denver and on sister Eater sites across country. The celebration of pastries, candies, desserts, bakeries, and more...Show More Summary

Cold Crush Returns After Police Mandated Shutter

The music venue received lots of community support Last night, RiNo’s embattled Cold Crush reopened its doors. It had been a turbulent eleven days for the live music venue, complete with a murder at its doorsteps, a police-mandated shutter, a meeting with city officials, and a rally from supporters. Show More Summary

Lazo Empanadas Comes to the Ballpark 'Hood

The brick and mortar will launch in November Come November, Lazo Empanadas will unveil its own brick and mortar restaurant in the Ballpark area. The business that started in a truck, showing up at events and farmers markets will now hang its shingle at 1319 22nd Street in the Burlington Building where Buenos Aires Pizzeria used to operate. Show More Summary

Reliving Abuse

Since the tapes of Donald Trump's comments on women were released, followed by reports from various victims, women have been recalling and reacting to their own experiences of sexual assault. Most of us never reported the improper touching,...Show More Summary

Coffman Opposes Citizenship Path for Immigrants

9News anchor Kyle Clark did an excellent job interviewing U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman Tuesday, and his Democratic challenger Morgan Carroll Monday, pressing them on a range of issues. On immigration, Clark asked Coffman what he'd proposeShow More Summary

Table 79 Foodbar to Open in Steamboat Springs

The new venue will launch before the end of the year Table 79 Foodbar will open in December in the former bistro c.v. space at 345 South Lincoln Avenue in Steamboat Springs. The new eatery is the brainchild of restaurateur and ownerShow More Summary

Little Spoons Launches in Platte Park

The quaint bakery is now open Little Spoons, a small cafe and bakery, opened at 1705 South Pearl Street last week, Westword reported. Owned by Amelia Di Marco, an Italian native who spent the last eleven years in New York City, the quaint...Show More Summary

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