September 24, 2009
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Beer — Film — Music — Food — A&E

Suds fans, rejoice! Denver celebrates new brews and old
This weekend's Great American Beer Festival brings beer lovers and the brews they love under one roof in Denver. It's a chance for businesses to reach customers from Colorado and across the country. By Jay Dedrick

Dave on film: The Informant! – it’s amazing and hilarious
Critics aren't always cranky and disagreeable when they walk out of a movie theater. This week I saw The Informant! and came out smiling and amused at the folly of man. By Dave Taylor

A&E best bets: art after dark, rugby ruckus and shoot out in Boulder
So you've just had dinner out and you don't feel like heading home? Check out Untitled # 25 (Herd) at the Denver Art Museum from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Play the world's largest Pictionary game or grab a museum camera for a Video Scavenger Hunt. By Lisa Ryckman

Rhino explores an alternate universe of ‘60s music
Focusing on four years of Los Angeles music making, Where the Action is collects missing-in-action rock, pop, psychedelia, folk and country rock from no-hit wonders as well as artists who would later become superstars. By Mike Cote

X-Men Origins: Wolverine boasts plenty of Hugh but not much else
Let's make this perfectly clear: any excuse to get Hugh Jackman into (or out of) an undershirt and tight jeans is okay by me. But why doesn’t this prequel segue into the three movies already on the shelf? By Lisa Ryckman


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Some truly tasty wines from Italy
Cathie Beck, the Wine Wench, chats with Francesco Mazzei about the wines of Italy at the Palm Bay International Wine event.


Hot Biz Deals

  • Stay for the CURE at Hotel Teatro on Oct. 3. Pamper yourself the night before the 17th Annual Race for the Cure with luxurious accommodations, pink boa, additional large FIJI water and pink ribbon. Ten percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Fund. Rates start at $359 for Oct. 3 only. Click here to book now or call (888)727-1200.
  • Go buy the book! Stay at Denver's historic Oxford Hotel for a discounted rate of $79 through the fall in support of this year's One Book, One Denver program. The hotel will donate 20 percent of that rate to buy more copies of this year's selection, To Kill a Mockingbird, which will be given to the Denver Public Library. To book the One Book, One Denver room rate at The Oxford Hotel, please phone (800) 228-5838, or visit The special rate is valid for stays Friday-Sunday nights through Dec. 30, 2009, based on availability.
  • The JW Marriott Denver at Cherry Creek wants to thank all of the teachers and school administrators who dedicate countless hours to educating our children with the Half Price for Teachers discount program. All teachers and administrators can take 50 percent off their nightly room rate at the JW Marriott Denver through the end of 2009. Rates start at $99 on weekends and $149 for weekdays. Call 866-706-7814 or visit for details. Use rate code: D3Q.
  • At The Silvertree Properties in Snowmass, Colo., rates for fall getaways are “falling” before the leaves do! Rates start as low as $69 per night at the Wildwood Lodge and $89 per night at The Silvertree Hotel. To take advantage of low airfares, great lodging packages and Colorado's beautiful fall season call 877-748-0869 or visit

The Colorado Sustainable Design Awards (CSDA) is a statewide program recognizing outstanding sustainable design in residential, commercial and civic buildings and master planned communities. Awards will be presented at the as the 2009 the Rocky Mountain Commercial Real Estate Expo and Fall Forecast, Nov. 10, 2009, at the Colorado Convention Center. Register Now