July 23, 2010

ColoradoBiz A&E


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Rocky Mountain Weekender: Music in the mountains

On my drive back south over Molas Pass, I stop and hike a few miles on the Colorado Trail. In clear focus in front of the San Juans, the intense wildflower display is a visual analog to the violin the night before. By Eric Peterson

The birds lay the golden eggs

Bird-watching is so lucrative for Colorado towns that the Colorado Division of Wildlife decided to make it easy for enthusiasts with its marvelous Colorado Birding Trail website. By Ken Strom & Karen Avery

Devo's back with Something for Everybody

Devo are best known for being the guys from the early '80s who wore red flower-pot hats and scored a left-field hit with "Whip It." But even then, there was a subversive nature to the band's synth pop. By Mike Cote

Best bets: fashion, tango and the Cheese

Celebrate the end to your work week with a cold beer at Mile High Station. The Summer Brewfest celebrates beers from around Colorado and benefits the Swallow Hill Music Association. By Randi Abels

Today on ColoradoBiz A&E TV


The secret life of King Tut

ColoradoBiz Editor Mike Cote learns some of the facts just now coming out about King Tut during a visit to the exhibit at the Denver Museum of Art.

A ColoradoBiz TV EXTRA



Election 2010: the candidates speak


Colorado's candidates for governor and U.S. Senator shared their views at Thursday's Minority Business Breakfast.

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