Ten Colorado Things to Do Before Summer Ends

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At our Show and Tell blog, Bree Davies suggests ten things to do in Colorado before summer is officially over.

Colorado Peak Politics celebrates a new poll showing Bob Beauprez leading John Hickenlooper in the governor's race by a startling 10 percent.

In contrast, Colorado Pols suspects the poll is an outlier, albeit while conceding that it offers a big boost to Beauprez's campaign.

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Five Ways Olive Garden Could Suck Less

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Denver blog posts are often fast and casual.

At our Cafe Society blog, Jenn Wohletz enumerates the top five ways Olive Garden needs to get its act together.

Colorado Ethics Watch formally requests that the Office of Congressional Ethics investigate Representative Mike Coffman.

Predominantly Orange's Kyle McKinnon discusses three major areas of concern for the Broncos.

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Denver's Ten Best Barbecue Spots

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Denver blog posts like it tangy.

Our Cafe Society blog counts down the ten best barbecue joints in Denver.

The Colorado Independent's Tessa Cheek on Bob Beauprez's focus on federal issues in the Colorado gubernatorial campaign.

Mile High Mamas' Amber Johnson on how to survive the dreaded "Mommy Clique."

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Denver's Five Ugliest Sculptures

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Denver blog posts believe ugly is in the eye of the beholder.

At our Show and Tell blog, Michael Paglia shares his choices for the five ugliest sculptures in Denver.

Big Media's Jason Salzman argues that personhood ties run deep in Jeffco GOP campaigns.

Denver Infill's Ryan Dravitz offers an update on the Residences at Prospect Park project.

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Our Restaurant Critic's Twenty Favorite Dishes From Her First 100 Reviews

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Denver blog posts are starting to feel hungry.

At our Cafe Society blog, Gretchen Kurtz shows off her twenty favorite dishes from the first 100 reviews she's written -- and they look delicious.

Denver Egotist: "More Drama Errupts Around Bud Light's Crested Butte Takeover with Artist Alleging Copyright Infringement."

Coyote Gulch shares a Salon piece featuring 97 experts explaining the scientific consensus on climate change.

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Will Coors Field Sponsor a Rooftop Concert Series Next Season?

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Denver blog posts are all for something good happening at Coors Field.

At our Backbeat blog, Kiernan Maletsky reveals that Coors Field is considering a rooftop concert series next season.

Colorado Peak Politics castigates Mark Udall for his debate reference to beheaded journalists Steven Sotloff and James Foley.

At Denver Urbanism, Joel Noble writes about an arterial bus-rapid-transit proposal for East Colfax.

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Behold the Cheeto That Looks Like Jesus: Cheesus!

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Denver blog posts find heaven in the strangest places.

At our Cafe Society blog, Jenn Wohletz counts down the top five most famous moments in Cheetos history, including...Cheesus!

Roundball Mining Company's Erlingur Einarsson is upbeat about Kenneth Faried's World Cup performances.

Colorado Pols: "Doug Lamborn Proves Again Why Safe Seats Suck."

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Etsy Can Help You Sneak Pot into a Music Festival -- and Here's How

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Denver blog posts aren't into subterfuge.

At our Backbeat blog, Amanda Lewis offers the lowdown on a down-low way to sneak pot into a music festival.

Big Media's Jason Salzman on what Dan Caplis would be shocked beyond imagination to learn Bob Beauprez actually said.

The Ralphie Report's Jack Barsch on CU actually winning a game. Really.

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Ramen, I Love the Way You're Killing Me

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Denver blog posts have it in the bag.

At our Cafe Society blog, Jenn Wohletz lists the top five reasons Ramen noodles are tasty little death traps.

Denver PR Blog's latest great moment in public relations -- the timing of a campaign celebrating "Headless Day."

At the Colorado Independent, cartoonist Mike Keefe salutes Bob Beauprez's wilderness years.

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When Did Customer Service Become "HEY GUYS" Verbal Bombs and Fist-Bumping Clerks?

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Denver blog posts would like to welcome you to the marketplace.

At our Show and Tell Blog, Bree Davies explores retail and the lost art of customer service.

At Colorado Pols, Michael Bowman writes about "the Chamber, a Con, a Watermelon Farmer -- and Bad Math."

South Stands Denver's John Reidy on Wes Welker and the "rules are rules" reality of the NFL.

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