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Cook’s Fresh Market Cooks Up Fresh Look!

For some of us, it was bad enough that they closed for even a day. Planned for just one week, their re-model dragged into two weeks. But, now they are back. And, much for the better! Cook’s put some new looks into their fine corner market at 16th and Glenarm. Along with a shiny new floor (the re-model “time bandit”), they have added some bench seating in the busy dining area, a full service coffee bar featuring…

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Weather to Blame for Everything!

This week’s weather was news. And, it seems that everything anyone, anywhere, tried to do this week was delayed by that weather. Further work at Union Station was moved back because of the cold. Flights everywhere were delayed or cancelled. And, the promised Coffee Survey of the 16th Street Mall, a Denver by the Slice exclusive report, never made it out of the pot. But, it will. And, since it will contain information that could…

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All Eyes on Wazee. See this Exhibit!

Since 1976, Jim Robischon has been featuring the works of regional, national and international artists on the walls of Robischon Gallery. And, this latest show of photography at 1740 Wazee is a must-see. Iraqi born Halim Alkarim, in his fourth solo exhibition at Robischon, fills a space with haunting, rich images of his new series, “Hidden Love.” New York artist Bill Armstrong, in his third solo at the gallery, has brought three distinctly  different, but…

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Groundhogs Scarce Downtown

Our temperature has been taken…stolen, in fact. But, regardless of rodent predictions from the East, Spring will arrive in Denver before most places. And, that’s good. This year for Groundhog Day, we thought we would re-run our post from last year, as a tribute to our favorite “grounddog” who, though gone now, will stand by his last predictions. Downtown’s LoDog Sees Shadow, Predicts… For the lucky 13th time, this dog ventured out on February 2…

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