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And, the Streets Shall Be “Forever Green”!

Street Watch makes the front page of the Slice about once a year. For this weekend, Downtown, we forecast thousands and thousands of people wandering around trying to look Irish and trying to find a restroom. Denver’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is, as you know, one of the largest in the country. And, every year they have a theme. This year’s is particularly clever. It’s “Forever Green”. And, if you see the graphic presentation (here),…

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Hail to the Chief!

Too much beer here? Well, it is a big part of Downtown Denver life. And, sometimes, it is for a very good cause. For years, Rock Bottom Brewery, and it’s chain of locations, has brewed and sold Fire Chief Ale. With a special Fire Chief Menu. And, with real Fire Fighters serving lunch on Thursday, March 10! A portion of the proceeds goes to Fire Fighter related causes and burn relief programs locally. And, it’s…

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Dixon’s…Putting the Meat Back Into the Madness!

In our constant effort to keep Downtown Denver informed about serious subjects, here’s something important. You, of course, know about March Madness, that time of year which really goes right into April and is all basketball. It’s just about here. Last weekend in St. Louis, there was a college conference tournament titled “Arch Madness.” And, of course we have our normal On-going Madness. No one else has “MarchMeatMadness”, though. But Dixon’s on the 16th Street Mall at…

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Tap, Tap, Tap…Tap, Tap. Count ‘Em. 32 Now Playing at the Wazee!

The Wazee Supper Club, 15th and Wazee (as if we need to tell you), wants to celebrate. And, well they should. So, on Thursday, March 10, from 5-7 p.m., they will. And, you are invited. That evening, they’ll be sampling some of their new draft beers, with snacks, to honor their 12 newest taps. No charge, in the Loft space above the main room. Come and enjoy and meet some of the brewers of fine…

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Photography Fully Exposed in March!

Over 80 events throughout Denver and the region have been brought together to form the Denver Month of Photography. MOP is a project brought to life by Director/Curator Mark Sink, noted Denver photographer. The RedLine art space, 24th and Arapahoe, will serve as the nerve center for the Month Photography, with exhibitions, lectures, and workshops. For student and professional photographers there will be intensive portfolio reviews with galleries and museum directors, curators, photography collectors, teachers,…

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