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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

Then: I'm for Trump! Now: I Won't Tell You!

While some Republicans who once supported Trump are now backing off, Colorado state senate candidate Nancy Doty, who previously said she'd vote for the GOP presidential nominee, is now refusing to reveal whom she will vote for, saying...Show More Summary

The Guide to Drinking in Boulder

Saloons to cocktail lounges, these are Boulder's best bars Boulder may be known for its farm-to-table fare, Ralphie the Buffalo and Colorado University, but there are also many a watering hole for one to enjoy all around the small city set in the shadow of the Flatirons. Show More Summary

Community Rallies in Support of the Shuttered Cold Crush

Owners of the RiNo night club meet with community leaders today following a public gathering Monday In the days following the forced closure of Cold Crush loyal customers and neighbors of the bar and live music venue have vocally expressed reactions to the fatal shooting on October 10 and subsequent police-led shutter. Show More Summary

Jesse Morreale Reveals The Thunderbird Imperial Lounge

There is a name and more details for the upcoming venue Restaurateur Jesse Morreale, who gained a following in Denver with Rock Bar and El Diablo, revealed the name of his upcoming venture: The Thunderbird Imperial Lounge. What was once...Show More Summary

Retrograde Speakeasy: Funky and Fun Addition to Uptown

See what the online community is saying about the up and coming speakeasy Weird and Wonderful : Past the walk-in freezer at Frozen Matter lies Retrograde, a modern speakeasy that debuted in Uptown this past June and is making a name for itself with its confidently eclectic aesthetic. Show More Summary

Where to Watch the Final Presidential Debate in Denver

You may laugh and you may cry, but you'll definitely need a drink with a side of commentary Before you cast your votes, there's one more debate to feast your eyes on, and like any competitive sporting event, viewership is best served...Show More Summary

State Senator Woods Forgives Trump

Colorado State Sen. Laura Woods (R-Arvada) has forgiven Trump for his comments about sexually assaulting women, according to an Associated Press story Monday, raising more questions about the impact of Trump's candidacy on Woods' state...Show More Summary

Comal, a Restaurant with an Uplifting Mission, Opens in RiNo

The social enterprise serves authentic Latin American cuisine Comal, a lunch eatery and restaurant incubator, is now open in the former Fuel Cafe space on the Taxi Campus. The casual spot will serve a rotating menu focused on the cuisines of Mexico, El Salvador, and Peru, curated and prepared by a group of local culinary entrepreneurs... Show More Summary

A Big Ballot

Every two years I'm asked my thoughts on the ballot issues. This year we have more proposals than usual, but my insight has not expanded accordingly. So I'm starting with those I most care about, and will get as far as I get. I expect you'll do the same. In the Denver area, please reauthorize the Science and Cultural Facilities District - SCFD. Show More Summary

The Rolling Pin Rolls Out the Baked Goods Next to Rosenberg's

Neighborhood twosome attempts to add a simple, but significant staple to Five Points Just as though you were eagerly anticipating a tray of freshly basked treats to emerge from the oven, warm and perfectly prepared, so too has Jay Thomas...Show More Summary

Stuart Jensen Joins Curio as Co-Owner

The Denver Central Market bar made a move to keep the talented barman Cocktail wiz Stuart Jensen started out at Curio at the Denver Central Market as a consultant and now, almost a month into the life of the bar, he is a third owner in the venture. Show More Summary

Regis University to Host Debate-Watch Panels

Public affairs TV host Aaron Harber will moderate two debate-watch panels at Regis University Wed., discussing media coverage of the presidential campaign and the Oct. 19 presidential debate. The panelists are former Denver news anchor...Show More Summary

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