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  1. Like the Worst Dog the Bounty Hunter Episode Ever: Inside Troy Pittman MurderRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2016 | Denver Westword

    Update: In March 2015, we told you about the killing of 44-year-old Troy Pittman at his home on Gray Street in Arvada; our previous coverage has been incorporated in this post. In the immediate aftermath of the incident, Arvada police didn't offer many details about what had taken place and why Barrett and Scott had been fitted with cuffs.


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    May 31, 2016 | Denver Westword

    On a Friday night, one of Clutch Gaming Arena's busier nights , computers illuminate the faces of gamers in an epic quest for victory. They drag their monsters across mysterious lands or inch soldiers around the corner of an industrial complex so as not to be seen by the enemy.


  3. Review: Handsome Collin Parson Solo at Michael Warren Contemporary Closes SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Denver Westword

    Collin Parson is best known as the exhibition manager and chief curator for the galleries at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, but he's built a parallel career as a visual artist over the last several years with his distinctive wall panels. Parson's latest efforts are now on display at Michael Warren Contemporary in the handsome show Aurum: New works by Collin Parson , which closes this weekend.


  4. White Fence Farm Hits the Big City With Several Upcoming LocationsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2016 | Denver Westword

    Everybody's favorite fried-chicken-joint-slash-petting-zoo, White Fence Farm , is making urban inroads. When Craig Caldwell and Tom Piercy bought the Lakewood family restaurant from founder Charlie Wilson in 2014, they had a goal of growing the business with several quick-service outposts.


  5. R Taco, Formerly Rusty Taco, Launches Arvada Eatery Next WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2016 | Denver Westword

    In case you haven't noticed, there's been an invasion of Texas taco slingers in the metro area. Torchy's hit big when it landed at 1085 Broadway earlier this year, and new outposts will open soon in Englewood and Northfield.


  6. The Monkey Barrel Closing Platte Street Location, Opening New Location This SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2016 | Denver Westword

    The Monkey Barrel is closing its Platte Street location at then end of April and then moving near Chaffee Park. More than two years after the Monkey Barrel opened at 1611 Platte Street, the bar and live-music venue is closing at the end of April, as the building is slated to be demolished in June to make way for an office building.


  7. Review: Death Takes a Holiday Leaves Us in Limbo at the Arvada CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2016 | Denver Westword

    "Death takes a holiday" is one of those wise, cynical, darkly funny old-European concepts that should yield rich fictional results, both comic and philosophical. The idea, which got its start in a 1924 play by Italian Alberto Casella, is that Death decides to take a break from collecting souls to ponder the meaning of, well, himself.


  8. Review: Remarkable and That Was Then, This Is Now Are Sights to SeeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2016 | Denver Westword

    Shows in town right now include work by artists who haven't exhibited here in some time - and they're a welcome sight. That Was Then, This Is Now, conjoined solos at Goodwin Fine Art , pairs paintings by Mark Villarreal and Andy Berg; though both have lived in Colorado for decades - Villarreal in Boulder, Berg in Golden - it's been several years since either has been the subject of a Denver show.


  9. Ten Tastiest Events on Denver's Culinary Calendar April 29-May 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 29, 2016 | Denver Westword

    This weekend we say goodbye to April and welcome May. Close out this month and start the next on a tasty note by attending a few of this weekend's culinary events. There's something for everyone, from classes to fundraisers to a beer and food extravaganza; keep reading for all the details.


  10. The Ten Best Dive Bars in Metro Denver - 2016 EditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2016 | Denver Westword

    Denver's dive bars are an endangered species. As developments continue to move into formerly forbidden territory, many lowbrow watering holes have dried up - or been cleaned up into welcoming neighborhood joints, and sometimes even renovated beyond recognition.


  11. Arvada Kite FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2016 | Denver Westword

    "Our city established a festivals commission in 2002," says City of Arvada Communications Manager Maria VanderKolk. "That commission has just done amazing things, establishing a festival almost every month."


  12. March Goes Out Like a Lion: Our Restaurant Roll Call for March 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2016 | Denver Westword

    The pace of restaurant opening increased dramatically over March and into this week, culminating in what almost seemed like an April Fool's Day joke, with six bars and restaurants opening today or tomorrow. March saw Justin Brunson's new American grill, Masterpiece Kitchen, open in Lowry; a second Steuben's debut in Arvada; Grind Kitchen + Libations open in Cherry Creek and Via Perla start cooking in Boulder, to name just a few.


  13. Steuben's Unveils New Arvada OutpostRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2016 | Denver Westword

    After several days of stress tests to put the kitchen and waitstaff through their paces, Josh and Jen Wolkon opened Steuben's Arvada last night at Ralston Road and Wadsworth Boulevard, in a revamped space that was formerly a Gunther Toody's Diner. While vestiges of the building's previous life are still evident - especially in the curved, glass-brick corners and sleek 1950s look of the exterior - inside is pure Steuben's, from the gleaming stainless steel to the brown and dusty-blue color scheme to the retro charm that oozes from every square inch of the place.


  14. Blair Hamill's Scaled-Down Landscapes Make Art Accessible at Cake CrumbsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 28, 2016 | Denver Westword

    You can find art all over town - not just on gallery walls. In this series, we'll be looking at some of the local artists who serve up their work in coffeehouses and other non-gallery businesses around town.


  15. Eight Tastiest Events on the Denver Culinary Calendar for March 25-27Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2016 | Denver Westword

    Although it may be hard to tell by looking outside, spring has officially descended on Denver; if you need proof, just check out the lines at your favorite brunch spot this Sunday. But Easter isn't the focus of all the culinary action this weekend; here are eight other tasty options.


  16. Voter Turned Away From Colorado Caucus for Being One Minute LateRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2016 | Denver Westword

    The turnout for yesterday's Colorado caucus, during which Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders bested former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, was far beyond expectations. For instance, we heard from one person who wasn't allowed to participate because he arrived in line one minute late - and he stresses that he wasn't alone.


  17. A Chocolate AffairRead the original story

    Feb 6, 2016 | Denver Westword

    Olde Town Arvada goes sugary-sweet during the annual Chocolate Affair - a tasting and treasure hunt held in locations around the historic part of the city. Chocolate lovers can buy $1 tickets good for samplings of candies, baked goods and even beer and whiskey flavored with the rich treat while enjoying a self-guided walking tour.


  18. From Sausage to Sushi: Our Restaurant Roll Call for January 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2016 | Denver Westword

    January was a seesaw of openings and closings; with the shuttering of one restaurant came the unveiling of another. While California-based vegan chain Native Foods Cafe closed two of its fast-casual locations , a cozy, locally owned plant-based joint called the Handy Diner opened at 2958 Downing Street in Five Points.


  19. Park Burger Founders to Open New Concept in Former Home of Tom's Home Cookin'Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2016 | Denver Westword

    After the initial sadness of saying goodbye to Tom's Home Cookin' when the celebrated Southern lunch counter closed abruptly in December, curiosity took hold: Who would be the next tenant to bring something new to the Five Points neighborhood in a way that would spark appetites and admiration - as Steve Jankousky and Tom Unterwagner had done when they opened their diner more than fifteen years ago? But now the guessing is over: Jean-Phillipe Failyau, Peter Newlin and Rachel Sanford have applied with the Denver Department of Excise and Licenses for a liquor license at the old Tom's address at 800 East 26th Avenue. If those names don't ring a bell, the moniker Park Burger will.


  20. First Look: Kline's Beer Hall Serves Beers and Bratwurst in Olde Town ArvadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2016 | Denver Westword

    Kline's Beer Hall , the latest project from bar pros Lenka Juchelkova and Mike Huggins, opened last Thursday night in Olde Town Arvada. This is the second bar in the neighborhood from the team, which also runs the Arvada Tavern just a block away.


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