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  1. Reader: A Food Hall Is a Food Court...a Fancy Food CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Denver Westword

    If your vision of a food court is the old Yum Yum Tree, you haven't been out lately. New food halls are popping up all over, with many more to come, as Mark Antonation detailed in his complete guide to Denver food halls .

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  2. Tokyo Premium Bakery Turns South Pearl Into Land of the Rising BreadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Denver Westword

    Bakeries have had a tough go of it in Platt Park. The Boulangerie closed just last week; before that, its location at 1595 South Pearl Street had been home to the Pajama Baking Company.

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  3. Every Restaurant and Bar Opening and Closing This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | Denver Westword

    Denver's restaurant scene was a little slow this week, but up in Fort Collins, chef Kevin Grossi launched the Regional as a full brick-and-mortar restaurant after its two-year run as a counter-service operation inside Avanti Food & Beverage. Grossi is now serving an expanded menu of the regional American dishes that made his eatery a favorite at the LoHi food hall.

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  4. Serious Injuries in Homeless Camp Hit-and-Run by Westword OfficeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Westword

    A hit-and-run crash into a homeless encampment steps away from the Westword office at Tenth and Broadway last night injured as many as six people, according to witnesses at the site this morning. One victim is still in the hospital, reportedly with broken ribs and a collapsed lung.

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  5. Your Unofficial Guide to Denver's Ballot InitiativesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Westword

    You might notice that your ballot feels a little...heavy this year. That's because on top of thirteen statewide initiatives and amendments, Denver residents will get to decide on nine measures that would impact everything from parks to students to mental health to the Office of the Clerk and Recorder...mostly through tax increases.

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  6. Denver May Cut Ties With Open Media FoundationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Westword

    The City of Denver has positioned itself to cut ties with Open Media Foundation , the nonprofit that has operated local public-access television for twelve years. The longstanding contract between the city and the operator, which runs the cable channels and a radio station under the name Denver Open Media, will expire on December 18, and city officials are creating what they describe as a community-oriented model of public access, replacing Open Media Foundation - which has forged deep ties to arts, government, media and music organizations throughout the city and has built a thriving media center in a rented facility - with a "Community Media Access Coordinator."

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  7. Hardcore Band Stick to Your Guns Inspires Fans to Do GoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Westword

    California-born hardcore metal band Stick to Your Guns drummer George Schmitz, who lives in Denver, and his fellow bandmates kept getting tagged in social-media posts by fans doing good deeds in the world. Like a child proudly showing a parent what they had accomplished, fans were quoting the band's lyrics while doing things such as donating blood and participating in protests and marches; photos even surfaced of people in European refugee camps wearing the band's merch.

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  8. The 27 Denver Neighborhoods Where Rent Prices Are Down Right NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Denver Westword

    Despite steadily increasing rent costs in metro Denver during recent years, prices have actually declined in 27 Mile High City neighborhoods over the past six months. This conclusion is based on Westword 's analysis of figures from RENTCafe , whose Denver page regularly updates average rents for a wide variety of apartment types in seventy neighborhoods at present.

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  9. More Food Vendors Announced for Upcoming Broadway MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Denver Westword

    Trending up in the Golden Triangle neighborhood? Real estate prices, which could be why a neighborhood so rich in high-end condos and apartments has until recently been somewhat of a restaurant ghost town. New arrivals Leven Deli and Ad Hominem have added interesting options, but there are still plenty of vacancies and black holes where restaurants come and go - or have just gone.

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  10. Ten Denver Geek Conventions in Need of VolunteersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Denver Westword

    Sci-fi, anime and fantasy fans can find a home at cons citywide, but more often than not, they do so as mere consumers. But the fun doesn't happen without dozens of volunteers, and in Denver there are plenty of opportunities to show up, help out and sometimes receive free admission or swag.

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  11. Kent Rice Steps Down, Ginger White Takes Helm at Arts & VenuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Denver Westword

    After eight years as the executive director of Denver Arts & Venues , Kent Rice is retiring and will officially step down on December 7. He will be temporarily replaced by Ginger White , the current deputy director. Rice has been the head of Denver Arts & Venues through massive changes with the agency and a boom in the city's economy that has left some artists bemoaning the sour effects of gentrification and many others celebrating the benefits of a thriving creative sector.

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  12. Why Riding Scooters on Denver Streets or in Bike Lanes Is IllegalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Denver Westword

    In recent months, stand-up electric scooters have proliferated throughout Denver , much to the chagrin of many drivers, who see the vehicles as crashes waiting to happen thanks to the way some users zip in and out of traffic. Turns out they're right.

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  13. Turkeyfoot Praises Denver's Bluegrass CommunityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Denver Westword

    Jordan Brandenburg is the literal son of a preacher man. The singer and mandolin player for Denver's Turkeyfoot is also a devout believer in the gospel of pickin' and grinnin'.

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  14. Former House Republicans Policy Director Joins TerrapinRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Denver Westword

    Terrapin Care Station has dipped into the political arena again for a new staff member, hiring former Colorado House Republicans policy director Nico Pento to become the dispensary chain's government-affairs director. Attorney Pento spent two years advising House Republicans on such policy issues as transportation funding, data security, criminal justice reform, liquor regulation and marijuana programs.

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  15. The 21 Best Events in Denver, October 16-22Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Denver Westword

    Winter might have slapped us in the face a bit, but lest the crazy weather make you forget that it's definitely still fall. Celebrate the spooky season at any number of events this week, including Pumpkin Nights Denver, Boo at the Zoo or the Denver Botanic Garden's Ghost in the Gardens tour.

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  16. A Complete Guide to Current and Upcoming Food HallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | Denver Westword

    How many food halls is too many food halls? What seems like a peaking trend in Denver is actually just getting started. The Source started the modern food-hall movement in Denver when it opened at 3350 Brighton Boulevard in 2013 with two full-service restaurants , a bakery , a butcher shop , a coffee shop , a gourmet food shop , a liquor store , a craft-brewery taproom and a central cocktail bar .

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  17. Why You Haven't Heard About Andrew Lowate's Tragic MurderRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | Denver Westword

    There are plenty of reasons why most Denverites haven't heard about the September 26 murder Andrew Lowate, and they're as predictable as they are infuriating. Let's start by stating the obvious.

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  18. Lisa Calder n Running for Denver MayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | Denver Westword

    Today, October 15, Lisa Caldern is launching a campaign to unseat incumbent Mayor Michael Hancock in May 2019. Her campaign slogan? "It's Time" - which alludes to, among other things, her bid to become the first female mayor of the Mile High City.

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  19. Book It: The Five Best Literary Events This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | Denver Westword

    There's an abundance of celebrations in Colorado's literary world this week: a bash for Denver's own literary journal, a used-book sale benefiting local libraries, a soire for science fiction and one for just plain science. That adds up to a joyous embarrassment of riches - and a crazy schedule.

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  20. Core New Art Space Offers a Variety Pack of SolosRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | Denver Westword

    Core New Art Space, one of the city's old-line co-ops, is hosting three members in the main gallery, its usual format, as well as one outsider in the tidy annex. The lineup includes two abstract painters and two representational ones, but drilling down, each has chosen a highly individual path to the medium.

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