Five Places to Get Sauced on Thanksgiving Eve 2014

Categories: Denver Blogs

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Britt Chester
Denver blog posts are ready for a Thanksgiving holiday.

Our Backbeat crew lists five great shows you absolutely shouldn't take your family to tonight.

Steamboat, Crested Butte, Monarch, Snowmass, Telluride all open for Thanksgiving. We profiled all of Colorado's ski resorts in the Edge, our insider's guide.

And the Cafe Society blog gives you five places to get sauced on Thanksgiving Eve.

See also: Five Warmest Winter Venues in Denver

Five Warmest Winter Venues in Denver

Categories: Denver Blogs

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Denver blog posts know when to come in from the cold.

The crew at our Backbeat blog picks the five coziest music venues in Denver.

Denver Egotist shows off a new app that lets you trade your way along the Silk Road.

Colorado Peak Politics on the initiative that would require Denver city appointees to live there.

See also: Twelve Top Denver-Area Spots for Late Night Drinks

Twelve Top Denver-Area Spots for Late Night Drinks

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Denver blog posts don't conform to regular hours.

At our Cafe Society blog, Gretchen Kurtz collects restaurant-biz suggestions for great places to get late-night drinks.

Colorado Pols offers its picks for the best and worst political ads of the (blessedly) just-completed campaign season.

Roundball Mining Company's Tom Darrow gives Kenneth Faried a D- for his play in last night's Nuggets game against the Lakers -- yet the Nugs still won!

See also: Denver's Ten Best Bottomless Mimosas

Denver's Ten Best Bottomless Mimosas

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Denver blog posts have the scene covered from top to bottom.

At our Cafe Society blog, Lauren Monitz lists the ten best bottomless mimosas in Denver.

Coyote Gulch: Fountain Creek's infrastructure "is not just behind, it is decaying."

Denver Frank gives a shout-out to Bree Davies's undercover visit to Casa Bonita.

See also: Five Kid-Friendly Denver Restaurants

Five Kid-Friendly Denver Restaurants

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Denver blog post and nutritious, delicious and kids like them, too.

At our Cafe Society blog, Gretchen Kurtz features five Denver restaurants that are good for kids -- and the grownups who love them.

Colorado Peak Politics on John Hickenlooper rebuking Mark Udall's campaign strategy.

Denver Stiffs' Dontae Delgado on the Nuggets' second win in a row over a quality team, this time the Oklahoma City Thunder. What the hell?

See also: A Feminist's Take on Kim Kardashian's Butt

A Feminist's Take on Kim Kardashian's Butt

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Denver blog posts maintain a rear guard.

At our Show and Tell blog, Bree Davies offers a feminist take on marginalized folks, butts and jokes.

Big Media's Jason Salzman: No, the Denver Post hasn't declared war on Christmas.

Denver PR Blog on how an automated Patriots social media account tweeted out a racial slur.

See also: Why Chik-fil-A Doesn't Want Its Employees Saying the Word "Ebola"

Why Chik-fil-A Doesn't Want Its Employees Saying the Word "Ebola"

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Denver blog posts don't let words get in the way.

At our Cafe Society blog, Jenn Wohletz lists the top five slang terms employees can't use at Chik-fil-A.

At Denver Infill, Ryan Dravitz offers a first update on the Alexan Uptown project.

Denver Stiffs' Jeffrey Morton on the Nuggets' unexpected victory over LeBron and the Cavs in Cleveland -- and no, that's not a misprint.

See also: Number of Protesters at Grand Opening of Illegal Pete's in Fort Collins: Zero

Number of Protesters at Grand Opening of Illegal Pete's in Fort Collins: Zero

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Denver blog posts name their own price.

At our Cafe Society Blog, Mary Willson notes that protesters were nowhere to be scene despite all the controversy stirred by Illegal Pete's new Fort Collins restaurant.

Colorado Pols thinks the GOP's leadership choices in the Colorado Senate are "bizarre"....

...while Colorado Peak Politics lauds a "reborn" Ken Buck, picked to head the freshman class of newly elected Republican Congressional representatives.

See also: Five Ways Denver Restaurants Do Ramen

Five Ways Denver Restaurants Do Ramen

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Denver blog posts love variations on a theme.

At our Cafe Society blog, Mark Antonation unveils five different styles of Ramen and where you can find them in Denver.

At Roundball Mining Company, Charlie Yao sums up the Nuggets' season to date with this glum headline: "The Plane Has Crashed Into the Mountain."

Denver Infill's Ryan Dravitz on the Whole Foods bound for Union Station.

See also: Why Esme Patterson Had to Reluctantly Leave Paper Bird

Why Esme Patterson Had to Reluctantly Leave Paper Bird

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Denver blog posts track comings and goings.

At our Backbeat blog, Kiernan Maletsky profiles Paper Bird and chats with Esme Patterson about the reasons she had to reluctantly leave the group.

Denver Egotist on the mantra of Colorado's Air Methods.

Predominantly Orange's Kyle McKinnon asks this provocative question about the Broncos' coach: "If John Fox Is Fired, Who Should Replace Him?"

See also: Denver's Top Ten Winter Patios

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