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  1. The Ten Best New Restaurants in Denver in 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Westword

    As impressed as we were by all fifteen of the eateries we selected for our year-end list of the Best New Restaurants in Denver for 2014 , we decided to update it - as we narrowed down our choices for our Best of Denver 2015 edition - based on the consistency, staying power and overall quality that some of these restaurants have shown over the past several months. Shortly after we released our list in December, Glaze By Sasa parted ways with sushi master Wayne Conwell and became simply Glaze , scaling back temporarily to lunch-only service with a creative new menu from chef Kris Paladino, who will be rolling out dinner starting April 2. Across town at Brazen , opening chef Lance Barto was let go at the end of February.

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  2. Wild B.I.R.D. avian rehab won't get Wheat Ridge site ready this seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Post

    Deborah Strimple reacted to a black-crowned night heron at the Wild B.I.R.D. rehabilitation center on Aug. 9, 2012. A Denver-based nonprofit that cares for injured wild birds has been unable to raise the necessary funds to begin construction on a new Wheat Ridge facility in time for baby bird season.

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  3. Harry Reid retiring; Somalian diplomat killed in attack; co-pilot may ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Plain Dealer

    ... from a woman's belly in Colorado will face several charges, including attempted murder, in the attack. ( CBS News Denver ) Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez's fiancee said today he told her he did not murder the man he is charged with fatally shooting at ...

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  4. Denver's Prost Brewing eyeing possibility of Fort Collins tasting roomRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Boulder County Business Report

    The owners of Prost Brewing Co. in Denver have submitted a concept review application with the city of Fort Collins to open a tasting room at 404 Linden St. But one partner said Friday that it's still uncertain whether the brewery will actually move forward with the site, saying there are several variables to examine to determine whether the location would be suitable.

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  5. Podcast: What will the Nuggets future hold?Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | Denver Stiffs

    Nate Timmons and myself return to Jakes Food and Spirits on 3800 Walnut St. in Denver to discuss a myriad of topics. We delve into Denver Broncos and their offseason moves and we also talk about the Denver Nuggets future and their moves for the upcoming season.

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  6. Inside the Colorado pizzeria that could be the next ChipotleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Journal

    ... 12 chains ready to blow up," Pizzeria Locale might just be the next Chipotle. Pizzeria Locale opened its first Denver-area location in the fast-casual format in 2013 at 550 Broadway with support and an undisclosed amount of financial backing from ...

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  7. The 143-Year-Old Baur Building Has Been Reborn as a Restaurant and Music VenueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Westword

    ... Est. 1872 restaurant and its music venue, Baur's Listening Room. "We believe that Baur's should be regarded as a Denver institution, and in this next reincarnation of it we've decided that Baur's, Est. 1872 should be basically Denver's go-to event ...

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  8. Denver police: No updates in shooting death of rapper Rachel "Baby Smiley" AboytesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Post

    A woman hugs a man as Denver police investigate a shooting that left one woman dead and another wounded at the 1600 block of Valentia Street on Tuesday, March 24, 2015. Denver police are continuing to investigate the death of an aspiring female rapper shot in east Denver on Tuesday night but say there are no updates in the case.

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  9. Beauty Bar Closing, Owners Exploring New OptionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Westword

    Since opening five years ago in Capitol Hill, the Denver Beauty Bar location been home various weekly dance nights, like Liplgoss and Motown Thursdays, and hosted some high profile talent like Prince Paul, Victor Duplaix, DJ Nu-Mark, the Smiths' Andy Rourke and Love and Rockets/Bauhaus guitarist Daniel Ash . But now the owners have decided to close the dance club on Saturday, April 4, and co-owner Mike Barnhart and his partners are working on potentially doing something else with the space.

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  10. Joyce Meskis is selling Tattered Cover Book Stores after 41 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Brush News-Tribune

    Joyce Meskis, the driving force behind Tattered Cover Inc., is reaching the final chapter on her four-decade ownership of the popular group of Denver-area bookstores. Meskis announced Thursday that book-industry veterans Len Vlahos and his wife, Kristen Gilligan, will join the senior management team of Tattered Cover on July 1 and acquire a controlling interest two years later.

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  11. Yes, government should help create jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    ... projects, which had little to do with either job creation or traditional governmental responsibilities. In 1982, Denver's economy was a mess. The oil and gas boom of the 1970s had collapsed, and young professionals were fleeing the city because of ...

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  12. BWW Reviews: Drag Machine at Garner Galleria Theater, DcpaRead the original story

    Friday | BroadwayWorld.com

    The Denver Center's Garner Galleria Theater is home to some very interesting cabaret-type shows. The most colorful, of late, has been Drag Machine, an original work that combines a traditional drag show with a narrative about the history of drag culture.

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  13. Unico's Denver office tower is the 'ultimate recycling project'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Journal

    ... want their properties to be more sustainable. Cathy Proctor covers energy, the environment and transportation for the Denver Business Journal and edits the weekly "Energy Inc." newsletter. Phone: 303-803-9233. Subscribe to the Energy Inc. newsletter

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  14. Denver's ten best dance clubsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Westword

    Beta earned the nod this year as Best Dance Club in our annual Best of Denver issue. Page down to see the other top spots to get down in Denver.

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  15. Following Mir to the bitter, and colorful, end in DenverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Denver Post

    "Joan Mir: Instinct & Imagination" is an exuberant firecracker of an exhibit, full of spark and energy, and bursting with refined ideas. The 50 works on display in the Denver Art Museum's Hamilton building put on a youthful presentation, odd considering they were all made in 1963 or after, from the time Mir was 70 until his death in 1983.

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  16. Woman fatally shot in Denver Tuesday night had lived in LongmontRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Camera

    Rachel "Baby Smiley" Aboytes, 21, died after being shot multiple times in the area of Colfax and Valentia in Denver on Tuesday. Josh Wilcox, who lives on the 1500 block of Liberty Court in Longmont, said Rachel Aboytes lived across the street from him for about five years.

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  17. Denver police: No updates in shooting death of local rap artistRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Denver Post

    Denver police are continuing to investigate the death of an aspiring female rapper shot in east Denver Tuesday night, but say there are no updates in the case. Rachel Aboytes, 21, a rap artist who performed under the name "Baby Smiley," was found wounded about 8:30 p.m. near the intersection of East 16th Avenue and Valentia Street.

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  18. Joyce Meskis selling Tattered CoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Denver Post

    Joyce Meskis, the driving force behind Tattered Cover Inc., is reaching the final chapter on her four-decade ownership of the popular group of Denver-area book stores. Meskis announced Thursday that book industry veterans Len Vlahos and his wife, Kristen Gilligan, will join the senior management team of Tattered Cover on July 1 and acquire a controlling interest two years later.

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  19. Trend Watch: Detroit-Style Pizzas Are Rockin' DenverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Denver Westword

    ... for a number of years, and now Smokevitch and business partner Giles Flanagin are testing their dough and oven in a Denver kitchen. Their goal is to make pizza the way it's been made in Detroit for decades. It's not just the thickness of the dough ...

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  20. Central Denver council candidate admits campaign finance slip-upsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Denver Post

    UPDATED : Added more detail about the circumstances of the potential violations and additional comment from Colorado Ethics Watch . Wayne New, one of five candidates running for City Council to represent central Denver's District 10, says his campaign "overlooked" a couple campaign finance rules by not printing disclosures on campaign signs or fully listing the spending on his finance reports.

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