Six Denver Super Parties for the Super Bowl

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Denver blog posts are ready for kickoff.

At our Cafe Society blog, Chris Utterback tells you about a six-pack of Super Bowl Sunday parties -- plus a bonus.

Roundball Mining Company's Charlie Yao offers shocking news: The Nuggets won a game.

Denver Frank asks: "What the hockey shot?"

See also: SkyMall, R.I.P.: Why the Internet Is No Substitute for the Greatest Catalog Ever

SkyMall, R.I.P.: Why the Internet Is No Substitute for the Greatest Catalog Ever

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Denver blog posts inspire impulse purchases.

At our Show and Tell blog, Bree Davies mourns the death of SkyMall and doesn't think the Internet will be able to replace it.

Colorado Peak Politics likes most of the Washington Post's picks for best political reporters in the state.

Coyote Gulch shares pics from "Once Upon a Time: Telling Our Water Stories."

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Twenty Denver Music Scene Predictions for 2015

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Denver blog posts are all about looking ahead.

Our Backbeat blog offers up twenty predictions for the 2015 Denver music scene.

Mile High Report's Kyle Montgomery that Wade Phillips could return to Denver as the Broncos' defensive coordinator.

Big Media's Jason Salzman has some tips for reporters covering teen-pregnancy prevention and IUDs.

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Five New Food Products That Are Crazy or Amazing, Including Drinkable Peanut Butter

Categories: Denver Blogs

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Denver blog posts straddle the line between nutty and well-nutted.

At our Cafe Society blog, Jenn Wohletz tells you about five more insane (or maybe sane) new food products -- including drinkable peanut butter.

Colorado Peak Politics on reports that Senator Michael Bennet might be on Hillary Clinton's short-list of vice-presidential candidates.

South Stands Denver's John Reidy: Who to root for in the Super Bowl when you just don't care.

See also: Ten Surprising Facts About Lakeside Amusement Park

Ten Surprising Facts About Lakeside Amusement Park

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Denver blog posts are full of surprises.

At our Show and Tell blog, Bree Davies shares ten things you didn't know about Lakeside Amusement Park.

Coyote Gulch updates Colorado's spot on the U.S. Drought Monitor.

At Denver Urbanism, Peter Bird asks: "Bikes on the 16th Street Mall?"

See also: New York Times' Best Places to Eat If You Spend 36 Hours in Denver

New York Times' Best Places to Eat If You Spend 36 Hours in Denver

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Denver blog posts don't think 36 hours is enough.

At our Show and Tell blog, Patricia Calhoun reveals where the New York Times would eat during 36 hours in Denver.

The Colorado Independent's Tessa Cheek on the civil-unions cleanup bill on the way to the chopping block.

South Stands Denver's Colin Daniels: "OK, Peyton, one more year and that's it, okay?"

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Denver's Ten Best Eggs Benedict Dishes

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Denver blog posts are always hatching good ideas.

At our Cafe Society blog, Lauren Monitz serves up a list of Denver's ten best eggs Benedict dishes.

Colorado Peak Politics wasn't exactly wowed by President Obama's State of the Union address....

...while Colorado Pols offers this headline: "GOP Talks Immigration, but Only in Spanish-Language Translation of English Rebuttal...Wait, What?"

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EDM Fans Petition About Red Rocks Noise Restrictions Nearing 16,000 Signatures

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Denver blog posts boast plenty of beats per minute.

At our Backbeat blog, Mary Willson reports that at least 14,500 people were supporting a petition about Red Rocks noise ordinances thought to target EDM concerts -- and an additional 1,000-plus have signed on since the post's original publication.

Big Media's Jason Salzman credits a KLZ host for asking a tough question of Ken Buck about the Department of Homeland Security.

Coyote Gulch: When will there be another good dump? (Of snow, that is.)

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27 Things People Not From Here Need to Know About Denver

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Denver blog posts are all about sharing knowledge.

At our Show and Tell blog, Bree Davies counts down 27 things Denverites really want out-of-towners to know about the Mile High City.

Denver Infill's Ryan Dravitz: "Union Station: The Triangle Building Update #7."

Denver Frank shares a video featuring ten hours' worth of the "Nom Nom Nom" song. And no, he's not kidding.

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The Bark Bar's Closure: It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog

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Denver blog posts want to raise the woof.

At our Cafe Society blog, Chris Utterback writes about the closure of the Bark Bar after a year of doggy drama.

The Colorado Independent's Tessa Cheek on John Hickenlooper's state-of-the-state address.

Denver Egotist: Dust off that Nintendo power glove!

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