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Top 3 Bars in Wheat Ridge

July 27th, 2021

1. Clancy’s Irish Pub Clancy’s is the epitome of an Irish pub, complete with Celtic music, Irish beers, and typical pub food. Shepherd’s Fries, smothered fries topped with a mixture of lamb, beef, and vegetables in savory gravy, topped with white cheddar, are the perfect drunk food to soak up all the alcohol. Happy hour is daily from 3 pm to 7 pm, with $2.25 Coors Light, $2.25 PBR Pints, $3.25 house wines, $3.25 Blue Moon pints, $5 house margaritas, and $5 Moscow Mules. Beers to try: Breckenridge Irish Nitro Stout Kilkenney Irish Creme Ale Graham Cracker Porter 2. Long Shots... Read More

Pizzeria Locale in Boulder named One of the Best Pizzas in America

July 16th, 2021

The Daily Meal has released the 2019 list of the 101 best pizzas in America. With 30 states making the list, Colorado had only one contender, and Pizzeria Locale was it. Hitting the 60th spot overall, the joint was praised for  “12 “Classics,” (eight red, four white), but you’re probably going to want to build your own from a selection of more than 25 toppings including eggplant, Calabrian chiles, corn, smoked mozzarella, pork meatballs and prosciutto.” Best pizzas are chosen based on “a nuanced sauce, neither too sweet nor too salty (assuming that the pie has sauce);... Read More

Top 3 Bars in Golden

July 16th, 2021

1. Miners Saloon This modern-day bar is reminiscent of an old Western saloon, complete with the decor and drinks to match. There are 24 taps as well as 50 bottled beers. There’s also a house-made menu including venison, boar, and bison sausage. As winter is coming up, there are two fireplaces to keep you warm and toasty while you make new friends. Drinks to try: Huckleberry 44N Vodka Lemonade/ Who’s your huckleberry? Huckleberry vodka with fresh lemonade, on draft All Of My Vices/ famous grouse, laphroaig, midnight espresso liqueur, xocolati mole bitters, musscovado, donut Hudson ‘baby’... Read More

5 Small Colorado Towns for a Weekend Trip

July 14th, 2021

1. Durango Believe it or not, you can drive 7 hours and still be in Colorado. And believe me, it’s worth it if you’re heading to Durango. Summertime is a great time to head to the small mining town as there’s a plethora of outdoor activities including off-roading, climbing, bikingm watersports, and horseback riding. If the Old West is your thing, there’s a historic downtown area, several museums, and the backdrop to Wild West movies such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. 2. Crested Butte Crested Butte is known for its downhill ski and mountain bike trails on the slopes... Read More

5 Places to Stay With Your Pup in Colorado

July 14th, 2021

1. The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs The Broadmoor is already a legendary hotel, and the fact that it’s dog friendly only makes it that much sweeter. The Broadmoor provides beds, bowls, and treats for your furry friend, as well as the Pitty Pat Pet Club, named after Julie Penrose’s poodle. The Pitty Pat Pet Club provides a 24-hour pet menu, walking trails, and pet grooming. 2. Stanley Hotel in Estes Park This spooky lodging is great for ghost sightings, weddings, and your dog! Dogs less than 50 pounds are welcome to stay in The Lodge Upon, a historic, boutique extension of the Stanley.... Read More

5 Summer Activities in Denver

June 30th, 2021
film on the rocks

The Mile High city is home to tons of activities in the summer, ranging from hiking, to movies, to festivals! Check out this list things to do to start planning your spectacular summer. 1. Film on the Rocks Film on the Rocks started as a collaboration between the breathtaking Red Rocks venue, the Denver Film Society, and Denver Arts & Venues. The entertainment is spread throughout the summer, and features live music and movies, both popular classics and new releases. Tickets start at $16. For more information, visit the Red Rocks website. 2. Go kayaking at Confluence Park Located just minutes... Read More

Grading the Broncos Draft – No Pass/Fail Allowed

April 28th, 2020

The 2020 NFL Draft was a little different this year to say the least.  Players sat at home on modest couches in comfortable clothing waiting for phone to ring. The Commissioner was booed as usual, but via Zoom versus the crazed fans that generally lament him in person. And the regular draft day commercials that often include beer, wings, and Ford F-150’s were replaced by all that is COVID-19. But it was football. The date was circled on my empty calendar weeks before, my life risked many days prior in order to stock up on alcohol, I sat in my favorite chair, wearing my favorite jersey, waiting... Read More

Colorado to Reopen Gradually Beginning May 1

April 21st, 2020

Gov. Polis’ stay-at-home order expires April 27, and the Governor is instead instituting a ‘safer-at-home’ model, with suggestions for how businesses can begin to reopen. Businesses will have guidelines that still implement the six foot social distancing rules that have been in place. The general public was given the following model: Encouraged to stay at home unless necessary. Strongly advised to wear face coverings when out. No gatherings over 10 people. Sick people may not go to work. Avoid unnecessary travel. The following businesses will be allowed to reopen under the... Read More

[VIDEO] AF Thunderbirds in Flyover to Honor COVID-19 First Responders

April 19th, 2020

  The Air Force Academy Thunderbirds performed a flyover yesterday after the Air Forcer Academy’s graduation in honor of the frontline COVID-19 first responders. Vice President Mike Pence originally was going to deliver the commencement speech virtually but made last minute adjustments on Tuesday and flew out to deliver the speech. “The Thunderbirds are thrilled to continue on a tradition of culminating the Air Force Academy graduation and welcoming our newest second lieutenants into our Air Force,” said Lt. Col. John Caldwell, Thunderbirds commander and leader. “While the coronavirus... Read More

The Market at Larimer Square Shuts Down After 37 Years in Business

April 15th, 2020

Restaurants are getting hit hard due to coronavirus restrictions, and even local favorites are not safe from failure. The Market announced that it will be permanently closing after 37 years as of this morning. The Market was not offering any curbside pickup or takeout during the outbreak, stating that they had too many employees and too many customers to feel safe operating. In the statement released on social media, brothers Mark and Gary Greenberg, owners of the establishment since 1983, said “We are proud to have been a part of this community. Larimer Square will always feel like home, and... Read More