September 17, 2009
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Beer — Film — Music — Food — A&E

Worth staying up late for the Insomniacs
It’s rare to see a blues band composed of young musicians so it’s refreshing to know a bunch of guys like the Insomiacs – clearly still in their twentysomethings – are out there keeping the flame burning. By Mike Cote

Dave on film: In this chilly thriller, even Beckinsale’s not so hot
School's in, so there are fewer films coming out than there were during what turned out to be a pretty good summer for movies, and sometimes the best you can do as a reviewer is go to a film that isn't so good after all. By Dave Taylor

A&E best bets: farewell Oktoberfest, ‘70s flashback and heigh-ho, Silver!
For all things beer, bring your mug to the final Oktoberfest. Or if you'd rather dine with fine wine, join the pilgrimage to Palisade for the Colorado Mountain Winefest. By Lisa Ryckman

etown of Boulder creates a home worthy of its green mission
Nick and Helen Forster are no Johnny-come-latelies to the green movement. It has been almost 20 years since their weekly radio show “etown” began broadcasting before a live audience from Boulder. By Mindy Pantiel

 


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In search of Colorado’s top cocktail
ColoradoBiz Publisher Bart Taylor goes to Aspen’s Hotel Jerome in search of the state’s best-ever cocktail — and discovers the Brulee Manhattan.

 

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