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February 12, 2010

ColoradoBiz A&E

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Investors put PGA on the green at the Colorado Golf Club

With the 71st PGA Senior Championship less than four months away, the Colorado Golf Club in Parker had reached agreements with investors, overcoming difficulties the Club had in securing funds to support the prestigious event. By Mike Taylor

A timeless tale not quite as old as time

In reality, the story isn't as old as time -- but it's a heck of a lot older than Walt Disney. A modernized version comes to life on stage when the Colorado Ballet's premier of Beauty and the Beast opens Feb. 19. By Maria Cote

Hung up on love songs

Type in "Love Songs" in the Amazon search button and you get 5,360 hits, including the expected (Barry Manilow, Elton John) and the unlikely (The Marshall Tucker Band, Warren Zevon.) By Mike Cote

Dave on film: bored at the Edge of Darkness

Am I the only one tired of tough cop films at this point? After a rough few years, Mel Gibson has decided that going back to his roots is how he can reinvent and relaunch his career. Problem is, well, it doesn't really work. By Dave Taylor

Best bets: buckets of bubbly, cruising for a cause and mountaintop matrimony

Ain't no mountain high enough to keep you from your sweetie? Then you might want to make the trek to Loveland Ski Area on Sunday for its annual Mountaintop Matrimony for couples who want to tie the knot or just renew it. By Lisa Ryckman


Today on ColoradoBiz TV


String Cheese Incident home brew


ColoradoBiz beer columnist Jay Dedrick talks with Kyle Hollingsworth of String Cheese Incident about home brewing and the synergy between beer and music.Tickets go on sale Feb. 12 for the String Cheese Incident's summer concerts at Red Rocks. Find out more.


See more A&E on ColoradoBiz TV:


Raising a glass at Plum Creek

Beer at the grocery?

Performance-enhancing yoga



Hot Biz Deals

  •       OPERATION BLANKET: Sears customers are invited to show their support for homeless veterans and donate gently used blankets through Feb. 18. For each blanket donated, customers will receive a coupon for 20 percent savings on any one home fashion or home décor item, or a coupon for 10 percent savings on any one housewares, luggage or furniture item (mattresses excluded). Go here to find the drop-off closest to you. 
  •       BLOW OFF SOME STEAM at your next meeting. Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge includes complimentary pool admission to the World¹s Largest Hot Springs pool!  Book a meeting with rooms for January, February or March and receive complimentary meeting space, coffee service and a Spa Treatment. Contact Ann Denney at 970-945-3339 .
  •       The Sheraton Steamboat Resort has put together two fabulous ski packages to make it even more affordable to hit the slopes. As the area's only ski-in, ski-out resort, Sheraton Steamboat Resort is offering the Champagne Powder Package and the Stay & Ski Package. To make a reservation or for more information, visit call 1-800-325-3535
  •       Tired of the pressure to have a date for February 14th? In a relationship, but not the lovey-dovey type? Are you disgusted that Valentine's Day displays go up before Christmas is even over? The Hotel Boulderado presents an Anti-Valentine's Day Party! Enjoy dancing, drinks, food and non-romantic comedies in the Boulderado Events Center on Saturday, February 13th as we explore an alternative to celebrating Valentine's Day.


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