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  1. A Neighborhood Guide to Drunk Eating in DenverRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    We've all been there - you come home drunk after a long night, and all you want to do is eat. Typically, you raid the fridge and make the nastiest, greasiest food you can think of, or you make your Uber driver take you to our nearest McDonald's.

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  2. Denver Students Imagine a Live-Work Space for Artists With DisabilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    Within the artistic community, the conversation on everyone's mind is being able to live and work as an artist without being a 'starving' one. Live-work spaces are fundamental to the healthy functioning of a creative culture and Denver has been lacking in that department, even though the art and culture scene is blossoming in other ways.

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  3. The Underground Music Showcase Has New OwnersRead the original story

    Jan 24, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    Big news for the Denver music industry today - the annual music event, The Underground Music Showcase , now has new owners. Two Parts , a local event company known primarily for its food, beer and small business-focused events such as Collaboration Fest and formerly The Denver Flea, announced today it is taking over ownership of UMS from the Denver Post Community Foundation.

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  4. Bang Up to the Elephant! Opens in Capitol Hill with 'Calypso Cuisine'Read the original story

    Jan 24, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    On Saturday, January 27, Caribbean-inspired food will come to Capitol Hill with the opening of Bang Up to the Elephant!, but, if you ask owner Kevin Delk, he'll tell you they're calling it "Calypso cuisine." "'Calypso Cuisine' is made up," he explained.

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  5. An Aggravated Driver's Guide to Street Parking in Capitol HillRead the original story

    Jan 24, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    Are you tired of circling one-way streets for 45 minutes to find parking? Or maybe you're staying at a friend's or significant other's and gathering up the courage to deal with the nightmare that is Capitol Hill parking? It's Wednesday night, which means everyone's on their way home, and your friends in Stapleton and Wash Park don't get it-parking in Capitol Hill is the literal worst. We know that this type of PTSD is a real thing, so take a deep breath, there is still a glimmer of hope if you follow 303 's guide for aggravated drivers.

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  6. 27 Unique Things to do in Denver this WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    Winter has hit Denver with full force, but there are a lot of events to keep you warm. Start your weekend by watching Good Burger in 35mm and end it by stretching out at Boy Bands & Backbends.

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  7. Pie & Cider Pairing Class and 13 Other Food & Drink Events This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    There's a lot of fun in store for you this week. Start your week off by checking out the takeover at Williams & Graham, then head to the Long I Pie for a cider and pie pairing on Tuesday.

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  8. [PHOTOS] Stoney's South is Denver's Newest Live Music SpotRead the original story

    Jan 19, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    Opened in 2010 as a Colorado-Louisiana sports bar, Stoney's Bar and Grill has been the Denver spot for watching and drinking on game day. At the beginning, Stoney's also hosted many live shows a year on its main stage, but over the years the local watering hole became known more as a sports bar than a music venue.

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  9. Q&A - Meet One of Denver's Most Innovative Bands, The Milk BlossomsRead the original story

    Jan 19, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    It was a sunny but frigid day in Washington Park when we sat down with Denver trio The Milk Blossoms. Though dragged out into the cold in the middle of the day, all three sported smiling faces and positive attitudes, happy not just to be involved, but to be together.

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  10. Vices in Five Points is Your New Sneaker and Streetwear Go-ToRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    Located in the historic Five Points neighborhood at 2201 Welton Street, Vices is a boutique where all sneakerheads and streetwear clothing enthusiasts can find hard to get shoes, tees, and athletic wear. Noe Magdaleno and his business partner, Julian Cabrera, wanted to bring a sneaker store to Denver that carried exclusive products.

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  11. Artists Are Gathering This Week to Discuss How to Sustain Art Spaces in DenverRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    Denver has a lot to learn when it comes to sustaining artists and their careers. There are a few artist-run spaces operating and the news of Meow Wolf's arrival brings much needed financial backing to the growing art community, but there are concerns that Denver's development will push out local artists and galleries who cannot afford the cost of living and working here.

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  12. Second Home Kitchen + Bar Closed and Was Immediately Replaced by "Social Fare"Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    Denver is growing like never before - and while the expansion has brought new faces, new business and new life, it has also forced many to become a part of the city's past. Second Home Kitchen + Bar a long-time giant in the Cherry Creek culinary scene - closed its doors yesterday after nine years of service.

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  13. Show You Should Know - Decatur to Shake Up 3 Kings Tavern TomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    With a seductive new single, "Shake," the Denver-based alternative rock band Decatur is gearing up to throw down this week. The band will dominate 3 King's Tavern this Wednesday, January 17. Decatur will follow opener Alexander and The Big Acoustic as well as Shark! - making for one kick ass night for all in attendance.

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  14. Here are 8 New Public Art Projects Coming to Denver This YearRead the original story

    Jan 15, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    Since 2014, Denver Arts & Venues has awarded more than $240,000 in grants to create "inspired, collaborative and community-driven placemaking projects that activate city-owned, outdoor public spaces and enhance the quality of life in the City of Denver's neighborhoods." These grants, coined P.S. You Are Here are a result of a partnership between the city's Budget and Management Office and Denver Arts & Venues through capital improvement funding and as part of the IMAGINE 2020 initiative.

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  15. Denver's Women's March Aims to be More Inclusive and Focused in 2018Read the original story

    Jan 12, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    What occurred across the world on January 21, 2017, was nothing short of a phenomenon. Thousands of women in 600 cities took to their hometown streets to show their support for women's rights and, for many, to protest the election of Donald Trump.

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  16. Show You Should Know - Redlands to Storm the Marquis TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    With a sultry new single, "Cannibal Lover," the Colorado-native rock band Redlands is ready to seduce Denver. Aiming to revive American rock-and-roll, the band will take over the Marquis Theatre on January 13. Featuring openers such as The Hollow, Citra and Water Aerobics, this night is sure to unleash the inner-rocker in all of us.

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  17. A Gentrification Summit Following the ink! Coffee Incident is This WeekendRead the original story

    Jan 11, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    Many people in The Mile High are well aware of the Ink! coffee debacle - when the shop in Five Points neighborhood sparked community outrage with a sign that read, "Happily Gentrifying the Neighborhood Since 2014." Since, the advertisement has gained national attention, from The New York Times to The Washington Post and the involvement of Denver City officials such as Mayor Michael Hancock and City Councilman Albus Brooks, it gave way to a city-wide debate on the broader issue of gentrification in Denver, followed by protests and now - a community summit.

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  18. Try This Top Chef Judge's Food at Frasca This MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    Top Chef mania continues as the newest season - filmed across Colorado - continues to air on Bravo. If you missed the tapings across the state, you now have a chance to try Top Chef judge Gail Simmon's food at Frasca Food & Wine in Boulder on January 25. Simmons will serve a five-course tasting menu from 5 until 10 p.m. at the famed Italian restaurant.

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  19. 20 Local Musicians to Watch Out for in 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    While there will always be a struggle to put a label on the ever-changing Denver music scene, the city will continue doing what it does best - give artists of any background and genre the opportunity to shine. Breaking into the Denver music industry is no easy feat, however.

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  20. [PHOTOS] Colfax's New Recreation Center is Finally OpenRead the original story

    Jan 8, 2018 | 303 Magazine

    After 13 years of public hearings, planning and eventually construction, Denver finally has its newest and biggest recreation center - the Carla Madison , named after the late councilwoman. Coming in at $44 million, the five-story building is a sight to behold.

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