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Tess on the Town: Denver festival features some of city’s top restaurants

By Tess Furey

It’s getting close to one of my favorite times of the year. Here’s a hint: It involves many courses of fabulous food, saves you a bundle and is inspired by the altitude of a particular Colorado city. You got it, Denver Restaurant ...

Goe On: At least Grammy show orchestrators aren’t trotting out Madonna

By David Goe

This Sunday, Feb. 12, The Recording Academy will hand out a bunch of meaningless awards, some going to artists who have no business receiving them (I’m looking at you Bruno Mars). Yes. It’s “Music’s Biggest ...

Entertainment Briefs, Feb. 10-16

By Staff

Note to Self offers singing valentines The six-member a cappella group Note to Self is offering singing valentines to be delivered on Valentine’s Day. For $25, Note to Self will deliver two songs of your choice, a flower and ...

Music Scene, Feb. 10-16

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Four longtime friends, raised in the laid-back California lifestyle of surfing, skating, partying and playing music, are having a party this winter for a few of their friends, according to theexpend The Expendables annual Winter ...


Quick Picks: Feb. 10-16

By Melinda Mawdsley

Saturday, Feb. 11 She’ll/he’ll love it Jewelry makes a lovely Valentine’s Day gift, and with the love-filled holiday approaching, visit two area jewelry shows and sales to select the perfect item (or items!) for your ...

Lines West: Feb. 10, 2012

By Staff

Song of the Lily Pad Lovers Oh, froggie of my heart, the fast approach Of Valentine’s has put my ear in tune; I catch amorous notes within your croaks And dream of singing underneath the moon. No tadpoles slumber underneath the ...

Obama backs down on birth control requirements for religious employers

By The Associated Press

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama declared Friday he’s found a solution to a birth-control uproar that will protect religious liberty but also ensure that women have access to free contraception, as he rushed to defuse an ...

State lawmakers to debate college tuition rates for illegal immigrants

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A long-debated proposal about college tuition for illegal immigrants was expected for debate in the Colorado Senate today. But the real test awaits across the hall in the Republican-led House. This year’s immigrant ...

Red Cliff declares state of emergency over frozen water main

By The Associated Press

VAIL — The town of Red Cliff has declared a state of emergency after a frozen water main shut down water to residents and businesses. Red Cliff Mayor Ramon Montoya is hoping the emergency declaration will qualify for state funding to ...

Five escape fire after passers-by warn them

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — A father, his wife and three children are safe after two people driving by noticed a house on fire and got them out of the house. Colorado Springs police said Thursday two people in a vehicle noticed smoke, turned ...

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