What does an iconic musician wear to receive the Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama? If you’re Bob Dylan, you don a Rockmount Ranch Wear solid white Pima cotton shirt with black diamond snaps under your tuxedo.
Third-generation Rockmount boss Steve Weil spotted the shirt in photos showing the President putting the purple ribbon around Dylan’s neck during the May 29 ceremony where 12 other folks were also air max thea femmes given the nation’s highest civilian honor. Click here to see a photo of Dylan, the shirt and the president.
“There is not a bigger giant in the history of American music,” Obama said during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House. Dylan, who turned 71 last week, has been making musical statements and entertaining for 50 years.
Mark your calendars for LoDo Bites: Sip, Sample, Stroll, a night of sipping and snacking at more than 15 participating restaurants from 5 to 9 p.m. Aug. 21.
At each stop along the route, restaurants will serve tastes of their cuisine, with some offering wine and drink specials and desserts.
Participating eateries so far include Bistro Vendome, Celtic Tavern, Coohills, District Tavern, Euclid Hall, The Tavern Downtown, Vesta Dipping Grill, Wynkoop Brewing Co. and Zydeco. Check out the facebook.com/lododistrict page for added eateries.
Tickets: $40 in advance; $45 after Aug. 17 at 303-628-5428 or at lodo.org.
The Colorado Restaurant Association Mile High Chapter’s annual Tailgate Party with the Colorado Rockies is a rousing pre-game pep rally with beer and burgers starting at 3 p.m. June 12 under the tent at Coors Field Lot B before the Rockies take on the Oakland A’s.
Enter the festivities on the north side of Coors Field. There’s parking next to the party site for $12. The baseball game begins at 6:40 pm.
Ticket prices: $25 for the party and game ticket; $15 for tailgate only; $75 for the party, swankier seating section and a $10 ticket toward food and drink at the stadium. E-mail tickets orders to email@example.com by Friday.
Roughly 800 posh people donned their black tie duds and gathered at the Hyatt Regency Colorado Convention Center May 30 for the 51st annual Downtown Denver Awards Dinner where six projects were air yeezy 2 lauded for their impact on downtown.
The winners, selected by a jury, were:
* Clyfford Still Museum for contributing to the cultural vibrancy and international recognition of downtown.
* 14th Street Project Downtown’s Ambassador Street for completing an extensive streetscape and enhancing the pedestrian environment.
* 1099 Osage for maintaining economic and cultural diversity of the La Alma by completing the first building in the mixed-income development.
* History Colorado Center for building a state-of-the-art museum and helping preserve Colorado’s history.
* Denver Pavilions for bringing the first H&M store to Colorado.
*USA Pro Cycling Challenge for attracting more than 250 spectators to downtown and bolstering the local economy.
Eavesdropping on a wife to her husband during a barbecue: “I was a mail-order bride.”
“Yeah, I’ve been looking everywhere for the receipt to get a refund!.”