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Kick up your heels for ‘Kinky Boots’

October 31, 2014

“Kinky Boots,” the smash-hit Broadway musical, is a real kick in the … well, you fill in the blank. The 2013 Tony Award-winning musical, with the story by Harvey Fierstein and score by Cyndy Lauper, plays The Buell Theatre through Nov. 9.

This one is well worth your entertainment dollar for two hours of a an uplifting theatrical experience that will set your toes tapping. The story about a failing English shoe factory that reinvents itself to feed the soles of a niche audience (the transvestite community) with man-sized hip-high blingy boots.

The gender lines are so firmly bent that it’s tough to tell which actors, sans wigs, breasts and skimpy costumes, are really male. But it became obvious when the actors joined invited guests to the post-show reception on the Buell’s mezzanine.

This is a new-ish Denver Center Attractions addition for top ticket holders wanting an added value to theater tickets. The cast munched and mingled with an appreciative audience.

For tickets, go to www.denvercenter.org or call 303-893-4100.



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Meersman steps down as Restaurant Association’s big cheese

October 31, 2014

Out-going Colorado Restaurant Association president and CEO Pete Meersman got a hearty sendoff Tuesday night when roughly 150 friends and fans gathered at the Denver ChopHouse & Brewery.

Meersman’s CRA career spanned 32 years, starting in membership sales. He will assume the new part-time role as chief strategy officer for the CRA. Sonia Riggs, the former director of the Colorado Division of the American Institute of Architects, will step into Meersman’s well-worn shoes as the new president and CEO.


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Maddow taps Bartels as Colorado’s political insider

October 31, 2014

If you’re Rachel Maddow looking to poke through Colorado politics, you won’t find a better tour guide than Lynn Bartels, political reporter for The Denver Post.

Bartels has her pulse of our state’s politicos, and is well respected by both parties. Maddow, who taped her MSNBC show this week in Denver. The show, with Bartels’ insights aired Tuesday. You can catch each segment at www.msnbc.com/search/Lynn%20Bartels.

In the short scenes, Bartels talks to Maddow about how important smiling is to the Mark Udall-Corey Gardner U.S. Senate race, the horse on the Paul Bunyan-sized red chair next to the main library, the Bannock street spot – now a gym – where various successful Democratic candidates had their campaign headquarters or conducted business to support other Dem hopefuls.

Bartels is a state treasure in Colorado’s shrinking newspaper industry. Now Maddow knows that too.

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Charcoal serving Tokyo street food on fright night

October 31, 2014

Before or after your Halloween party, check out Charcoal Restaurant, 43 W. Ninth Ave., and discover what night owls eat on the streets of Tokyo after a night on the town.

From 5 p.m. to close in the bar and lounge, Charcoal is serving Tokyo-inspired street food and libations. For $30 per person (tax and tip excluded), get assorted street foods and cocktails including Yakitori, beer and more. If you’re still hungry, you can order more ala carte.

The restaurant opens at 4 p.m. and with food served starting at 5 p.m. Charcoal’s regular menu will be served in the dining room. Reservations: 303-454-0000 or e-mail 43wrestaurant@gmail.com or online at www.charcoaldining.com/reservations.


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Tasty tubers herald truffle time at Barolo Grill

October 31, 2014

It’s truffle time, Barolo Grill’s tastiest time of the year, Tuesday through Nov. 8 at the fine dining establishment with free valet at 3030 E. Sixth Ave.

Join chef Darrel Truett during Barolo Grill’s Truffle Celebration Week where Truett and his team will prepare a five-course tasting menu with optional wine pairings to complement each course.

If you want to pare down your truffle indulgence there’s an a la carte pasta with fresh black or white truffles shaved table side.

“This was an excellent year for Truffles (with) lots of summer rain and a cool fall,” said Barolo owner and top truffle-teer Blair Taylor, who recently returned from Italy. “(The truffles are) high quality with strong aromas.”

For reservations, call 303-393-1040 or e-mail info@barologrilldenver.com.



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Join Tavern Restaurant Group for a hair-raising Movember

October 31, 2014

In an effort to raise awareness of men’s health issues, the Tavern Hospitality Group has created an official Movember USA team called “StacheTag Tavern.”  People can join Tavern’s team to support the cause at www.moteam.co/stachetag-tavern.

The Movember Foundation is dedicated to having an everlasting impact on the face of men’s health.  Their annual Movember campaign involves the growing of mustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer and other male cancers and associated charities.  As Movember USA team members grow mustaches, they try to encourage friends and family to support the cause by pledging funds to their particular page.

“This is our first year to participate in Movember,” said Frank Schultz, owner of Tavern Hospitality Group.  “I think most people know someone who’s been affected by a health issue that is specific to men.  We wanted to help raise funds for research and treatment.  I hope we have a lot of people join our team so we can make an impact.”

To add some fun and competition to the mix, Tavern is giving a free shave at Floyd’s Barbershop and a $150 Tavern gift card to the “StacheTag Tavern” team member who ends up with the best mustache at the end of the month.

Tavern Hospitality Group has eight locations in Uptown, Downtown, Lowry, Tech Center, Wash Park, Littleton, Mile High and Ballpark. For additional information, visit www.tavernhg.com.


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Laugh line: Today’s eavesdropping

October 31, 2014

Eavesdropping on a mother to her teenage son at King Soopers: “Do you think I’m ever going to let you get behind a wheel of car if you can’t even successfully navigate a grocery cart through the store without running into someone or something?”



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October 31, 2014

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Looking for a scare? Check out local top haunts

October 29, 2014

Do you dare to be scared?

Since Halloween is merely two days away, I thought I’d share with you some Front Range (allegedly) haunted spots that want you to get in touch with your inner ghost.

Food & Wine magazine included the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park in its list of of America’s Haunted Restaurants and Hotels. Here’s what the writer said:

“A stay at this hotel near Rocky Mountain National Park inspired Stephen King to write ‘The Shining.’ Resident paranormal investigator Callea Sherrill first encountered the hotel’s otherworldly inhabitants in Room 407, where she was staying one night with two friends. ‘I heard footsteps come down the hallway,’Sherrill recalls. ‘They stopped outside the door. I waited for a knock, but nobody knocked. Just then I felt someone sit down next to me on the bed—I even saw the mattress dip.’ The next morning her friend Terry, whom Sherrill had thought was asleep, asked, ‘Who sat down on the bed with us last night?’ Sherrill, who now leads the hotel’s ghost hunts from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., believes it could have been the ghost of one of the nannies who used to be employed on the fourth floor. There have been many reports of the nannies still hard at work, tucking in hotel guests as if they were children and making beds – occasionally while guests are still in them. www.stanleyhotel.com.

Elizabeth Woessner, a Jill of all trades in Denver’s culinary scene, picked her top seven spooky spots for her on-line column for Dining Out magazine. She wrote:

“In Chinese tradition, hungry ghosts are the spirits of ancestors who return to the home of their living family annually with monstrous appetites. Known as gaki to Japanese Buddhists, hungry ghosts are struggling specters of the zombie kind.

“This Halloween, we’ve dreamt up a new definition for the hungry ghost—a phantom that lingers at a restaurant, spooking out customers and staff alike. We sat around the proverbial campfire with folks from the Denver area’s most haunted restaurants to unearth their spookiest tales. Not surprisingly, many of these restaurants are located in hotels, and we also included a historic house that occasionally hosts culinary events. So turn out the lights, bust out the Ouija board, and listen in.”

Here are Woessner’s picks:

1. The Buckhorn Exchange

2. Linger

3. Salt

4. Hotel Teatro

5. The Stanley Hotel

6. The Oxford Hotel

7. The Molly Brown House Museum

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