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Nov 30 15

Broncos Beat Patriots in Overtime

by Jennifer Eakins

Late Sunday night, Denver running back CJ Anderson darted 48 yards for a touchdown in overtime to ruin the New England Patriots perfect 2015 record. At the start of the season, fans circled their calendars for this storied matchup between Patriot’s quarterback Tom Brady and Bronco signal caller Peyton Manning. Due to an injury to Manning, or poor play -whoever you choose to believe, the guy under center Sunday night was Brock Osweiler. With frigid temperatures and snow falling for most of the game, the Denver Broncos came back from a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter to extend to overtime and eventually hand New England their first loss of the season bringing Denver’s record to 9-2 and the Patriots to 10-1. New England was already playing without some of their weapons as wide receivers Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola did not even make the trip, then lost his star tight end Rob Gronkowski in the fourth quarter who had to be carted off due to a right knee injury. Despite being shorthanded, Brady threw for 280 yards and three touchdowns with zero interceptions. Denver’s defense kept New England’s run game to a bare minimum with their total on the ground at only 39 yards. On the other side of the ball, the Broncos finally found their ground attack with a healthy CJ Anderson rushing for 113 yards and two touchdowns and Ronnie Hillman adding another 59 yards and a touchdown. In Osweiler’s first home start, he threw for 270 yards and one touchdown with one interception. It was an incredible team effort in tough conditions and Denver should be proud of their efforts the entire game, without ever giving up.

In Week 13, New England will get the fledgling Philadelphia Eagles at home and will be looking to hang on to their number one spot in the AFC. Denver will head to sunny San Diego to take on the rival AFC West Chargers to stay atop the division. Fans will not want to miss any of the remaining games and secure their Denver Broncos tickets to witness this incredible run to the playoffs up close and in person.

Nov 23 15

Thanksgiving in Denver

by Connie Shearar

If you’re eating Thanksgiving dinner in Denver, Colorado and wondering what’s open this year, you can enjoy a three-course dinner at Charcoal’s between 3 and 9PM where you can mix and match a selection of appetizers, entrees, and desserts.  Featuring options like butternut squash soup, porchetta-style turkey breast and pumpkin cheesecake.  The Chinook Tavern, a European-influenced eatery is serving an a la carte Thanksgiving dinner from 11am to 6pm that includes a traditional turkey, fried brie, veal jaeger schnitzel, and more.  This year the EDGE Restaurant and Bar is offering three-course prix fixe menu from 11am to 10 pm, or you opt for the family-style feast set in a private dining room with chefs carving turkey, dividing leftovers, and more.  Elway’s steakhouse the downtown eatery that’s offering a Thanksgiving extravaganza from 11am to 10pm where you will get to feast on turkey, house-made stuffing, French beans, cranberry gastrique, with pumpkin or pecan pie.  For the more discerning patron try Humboldt for a feast in which each guest will select a small plate, large plate, and dessert with several sides that are served family style with a very reasonable price tag and free for ages 5 and under this is the best selection in the whole city.  For a nearly new tradition come out for their second annual Friendsgiving feast at Ignite! from 11 am to 8pm.  This event will feature Thanksgiving meals made-to-order with all the traditional trimmings, plus special cocktails and football all day long!  For patrons looking for a romantic dinner come enjoy a candlelit dinner buffet at Jill’s Restaurant offering favorite Thanksgiving dishes, plus Alaskan king crab legs, poached tiger shrimp, beef wellington, seating’s are at 5 and 7 pm, guests 21 and over will receive bottomless sparkling wine and Leopold blackberry kir royal.  Chef Mary Nguyen’s Uptown bistro, P17 will be open from 11am to 8pm and offering a special Thanksgiving menu and for those interested there is a Bonus: The day after Thanksgiving will feature a bottomless brunch from 11am to 3pm and dinner from 3 to 9pm.  Come out and enjoy an exceptional Thanksgiving dinner at any of these fine eateries in and around the greater Denver area.

Nov 16 15

Manning Benched – Broncos Lose to Chiefs

by Jennifer Eakins

The Kansas City Chiefs crushed Peyton Manning and the Broncos 29-13 on Sunday afternoon on a gorgeous day in the Mile High City, handing Denver their second loss of the 2015 season and the first to the Chiefs since 2011. Broncos’ quarterback Peyton Manning entered the game with a list of various injuries but insisted he was good to go by game time. It was apparent the future hall of famer was indeed not in the condition to lead this team early on as his on-field performance was the worst of his storied career, ending with just 35 yards passing and four interceptions with an almost unheard of zero passer rating. Late in the third quarter, long-time backup Brock Osweiler was given the nod to take Manning’s place who finished out with 145 yards in the air and a touchdown. The only real highlight of the game for Manning came in a four-yard pass to Ronnie Hillman to break Brett Favre’s all-time passing yards record. Defensively, Denver entered the matchup without the services of a banged up Demarcus Ware and cornerback Aqib Talib who was serving a one game suspension for intentional eye poking in the Colts game. Denver’s defenders played well against the Chiefs holding them to five field goals and just two Charcandrick West touchdowns, one in the air from Chief’s quarter back Alex Smith and the other on the ground. Kansas City now sits with a 4-5 record and heads to San Diego to battle another AFC West team in Week 11. The Broncos will take this week to lick their wounds then travel to Chicago to face the 4-5 Bears at Soldier Field. With only two losses, this team can still achieve greatness this season so fans need to rally and purchase your Denver Broncos tickets to support these guys as they move forward.

Nov 9 15

Broncos Lose First Game to Colts in Indy

by Jennifer Eakins

The Denver Broncos lost their first game of the season 27-24, while Peyton Manning’s attempt to break Brett Favre’s passing yards record fell short by a mere three yards. In a desperate-for-a-win game for Indianapolis, quarterback Andrew Luck looked like a completely different player than he has showed us this season throwing for 252 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. Luck had the Colts, now 4-5 up 17-0 when right before the half Omar Bolden fielded a punt at Denver’s 17 yard line and went 83 yards for a score as time expired on the half, breathing life into the struggling Broncos. Manning connected with Emmanuel Sanders for a 64-yard touchdown early in the third quarter to make it 17-14 then led a drive which set up a 29-yard game tying field goal. Both teams would score again to reach another tie ball game at 24 apiece. The Colts responded with another field goal and following a Manning interception, ran out to clock to secure the victory. In the loss, Manning threw for 283 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. After trading earlier in the week for 49ers tight end Vernon Davis, the Broncos’ leading receiver on the day was tight end Owen Daniels who caught 102 yards and a touchdown.

Denver’s Week 10 opponent is the AFC West rival Kansas City Chiefs, who will come to the Mile High City with a 3-5 record. Fans will not want to miss this matchup so be sure to purchase your Denver Broncos tickets and be a part of history as Peyton Manning goes for Brett Favre’s all-time passing yards record at home.

Nov 5 15

Mannheim Steamroller at the Buell Theater

by Connie Shearar

Coming to the Buell Theater this December 12 & 13th is Mannheim Steamroller the all American music group founded by Chip Davis. The group is known primarily for their Christmas music and its series of Fresh Aire albums that blend classical and rock music into a sensational unique fusion of alternative genres. Having sold over 28 million albums in the US alone the modern edgy group has grown very popular and their fan base if constantly growing. No major label would sign them to begin with so Chip Davis founded his own music label, American Gramaphone. Their upcoming December dates taking place at the Denver Center for the Performing arts inside the Buell Theater with a seating capacity of 2,839 this venue is stunning, and lavish considering the Buell Theater used to be a sports venue and if you look closely you can still see where the old scoreboard hung from the rafters. Seattle tickets has discounted Mannheim Steamroller tickets here! The Buell Theater offers every must-see Broadway musical production direct from New York, it is the largest and most versatile theatre in the Denver area. The stage is built for large-scale productions, and Buell Theater is ranked as the highest-grossing theater of its size in the country. Prices too good to be true with the holidays right around the corner grab up enough for everyone on your shopping list and be remembered for giving the best gifts all year long. Mannheim Steamroller puts on a world-class show with sensational music that spans over 40 years with their Christmas music being some of the most sought-after music shows in the country. Sensational collaborations between all the members of that comprise Mannheim Steamroller ensures that the music you are hearing has been brought to you via some of the most talented names among classical and rock artists of our time. Come out with your family and friends this December for an unforgettable evening.

Nov 2 15

Broncos Stifle Packers Remain Undefeated

by Jennifer Eakins

The 7-0 Denver Broncos remain unbeaten after shutting down Aaron Rodgers and the now 6-1 Green Bay Packers at Sports Authority Field on Sunday night. Everything came together for head coach Gary Kubiak and the Denver offense in a game when they needed it most. Denver’s offense has been highly criticized thus far in 2015 and on Sunday was firing on all cylinders. Quarterback Peyton Manning looked comfortable out there throwing for 340 yards and completing 21 of 29 attempts with one interception. With a key difference in this game versus those prior this season, the ground game was very effective with C.J. Anderson rushing for 101 yards and touchdown and Ronnie Hillman adding another 60 yards and two scores. Also making their first real appearance of the season, Denver’s tight ends added targets over the middle that have been missing, with Virgil Green catching three passes for 61 yards and Owen Daniels caught three for 44 yards. Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers who normally is automatic at racking up passing yards, was held to a meager 77 yards by Denver’s stifling secondary. Running back Eddie Lacy rushed for 38 yards and the team’s only touchdown. The Packers entered the game leading the league in first quarter scoring with 66 points but were denied in the first quarter Sunday by this tough Bronco’s defense.

The Packers will head to Carolina to face another brutal defense in Week 9 and will look to rebound and get back on track. The Broncos fly out to Indianapolis in a game with no lack of storylines to face a somewhat struggling Colts team at Lucas Oil Stadium. Fans, be sure to purchase all your Denver Broncos tickets as you do not want to miss any of the on-field action from this exciting and extremely talented team.

Oct 29 15

A Christmas Carol live at Stage Theater

by Connie Shearar

It’s almost Christmas once again and one of our best-loved holiday traditions will be at the Stage Theater inside the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, located at 1050 13th Street in beautiful downtown Denver, CO. Anyone suffering from Bah Humbug syndrome better grab tickets for the upcoming November 27 – December 27th production of “A Christmas Carol”. Patrons will find their smile and holiday spirit as this spectacular stage production portrays the story of redemption for our beloved penny pinching, ill-tempered old miser Ebenezer Scrooge. Taking us on his epic adventure down memory lane with the ghosts of Christmas’ past, present and future. Re-invented and re-imagined each year this classic tale will spark new thoughts and remind you of all the reasons this is one of your favorite holiday stories from years past as well as encouraging you with bits of new ideas and thoughts. The story and characters have over the years seen a myriad of stage adaptations with the popularity of this tale of redemption and second chances never really wavering. Ebenezer Scrooge and the classic tale once again show us why refusing Bob Cratchit, who is easily one of the kindest, hardest working employees Christmas day off to spend with his family is not the only mistake that Scrooge will answer for. After Scrooge retires for the evening he is visited by the wretched soul of his former business partner, Jacob Marley. Jacob tells Scrooge how he is doomed to wander the earth for eternity for his sins and how Scrooge will be too if he does not change his ways. Before Marley leaves he warns Scrooge of 3 impeding visitors and true to his word the gentle Ghost of Christmas Past, the happy Ghost of Christmas Present and the terrifying Ghost of Christmas to Come, all show up to teach Scrooge a life lesson. Opening night is November 27 and the show runs through November 27th, 2015 with this show being suitable for all ages and having a run time of two hours and ten minutes with one intermission. Hurry and get your Christmas Carol tickets for their upcoming Denver shows at the opulent Stage Theater!

Oct 26 15

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots Remain Unbeaten at 6-0

by Jennifer Eakins

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots remain unbeaten as they ramped up in the fourth quarter to get past the New York Jets 30-23 on Sunday. Brady erased the Patriot’s first three shaky quarters by tossing two touchdowns in the final quarter to lead New England to a 6-0 start and leave their fellow AFC East rivals with a 4-2 record. The always impressive quarterback ended the day 34 of 54 with 355 total yards, numbers that would have been even more impressive if not for the double digit drops by Patriot receivers. Tight end Rob Gronkowski ended the game with 108 yards and a score while Danny Amendola had eight catches for 86 yards and a touchdown. Tom Brady also scored on a keeper from the one yard line and for the first time in his career finished the game as the team’s leading rusher with 15 yards. The Jets had hoped to come out of this game tied for the top of the division and played well enough to do so, the cards just didn’t fall the way they needed them to. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 295 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions in the loss while running back Chris Ivory was held to only 41 yards on the ground with an additional 12 in the air and a receiving touchdown. The Jets’ stellar defense sacked Tom Brady three times in the first half but allowed him to do his thing and eventually lead New England to victory in the fourth quarter. These two rivals will meet again on December 27th in New York and should prove to be an exciting matchup with possible playoff implications. New England will get to stay home in Week 8 and face another AFC East team in the Miami Dolphins. These longtime rivals always play each other tough and this week should be no different so be sure to secure your New England Patriot tickets to see if this Patriot team can remain undefeated for another week. The Jets will head west and meet up with the Oakland Raiders in Week 8 in what should be an exciting AFC matchup you won’t want to miss.

Oct 19 15

Broncos 6-0 After OT Win in Cleveland

by Jennifer Eakins

While not pretty once again, the Denver Broncos defeated the Cleveland Browns 26-23 to remain unbeaten in 2015 and advance to a 6-0 record. As has been the case all season long, the stellar Wade Phillips coached Denver defense came up huge in both regulation and overtime to allow this team to come out on top. Denver cornerback Aqib Talib picked off Brown’s quarterback Josh McCown for a touchdown in the second quarter, which was the Broncos’ fourth defensive score this season. Peyton Manning finished the game 26 of 48 for 290 yards and a touchdown, a 75-yarder to wideout Emmanuel Sanders along with three interceptions. In overtime when it counted the most, Manning did complete 4 of 4 passes for 39 yards setting up the game winning field goal by placekicker Brandon McManus. Although the Browns run defense is among the lowest in the league, the Broncos were finally able to establish the run with Ronnie Hillman rushing or 111 yards on 20 carries, and CJ Anderson gaining 41 yards on 13 attempts. McCown, who passed for a franchise record 457 yards in Week 5, threw for 213 yards against the Broncos with two touchdowns to tight end Gary Barnidge. He also had two interceptions on the day, with the final one coming with just 44 seconds left in regulation as Cleveland was driving for the potential game winning field goal.

Denver will get a much needed bye in Week 7 in order to work on their offense. Head coach Gary Kubiak needs to figure out how to use Manning effectively moving forward as they have a difficult November ahead of them. Cleveland will head to St Louis to take on the Rams in the hopes of bouncing back from this heartbreaking overtime loss. The Broncos will face the Green Bay Packers in the Mile High City on Sunday November 1st so be sure to purchase your Denver Broncos tickets early to not be shut out of this exciting matchup.

Oct 15 15

Presenting Margaret Cho – The psyCHO Tour Nov 13th

by Josh Moore

Margaret Cho is candid, gross, and quick-witted this lady keeps it real with her honest comedy.  Cho speaks to people of walks of life and enjoys those that understand her sexual constructed penile and STD jokes. Denver is excited to be welcoming Margaret Cho – The psyCHO tour, coming to the Paramount Theater located at 1631 Glenarm Place on November 13th.  Blending her routine with social commentary and obscene body functions doing it all in such a big-hearted sweet manner that even Cho’s filthiest material feels like a big warm hug.  Her last tour, Mother opened the door for a Comedy Central special of the same name, Cho has appearances on the big and small screen with roles in 17 Again, 30 Rock and Drop Dead Diva.  An excellent choice for you or as a gift find Margaret Cho – The psyCHO tour tickets here. Her tour features a tribute to her “father in comedy,” Robin Williams and her “mother in comedy” Joan Rivers who Margaret was very close to.  Both Robin Williams and Joan Rivers influenced Cho in many of her choices and decisions that she says have helped her be very successful in her career.  She says her fans come see her because they enjoy her unique brand of comedy.  Cho has become an alternative for fans who do not feel like they can find someone who represents them or their personality that way she does.  She understands they are not your traditional comedy fans and are looking for a comedian who will still talk about the things others will not touch.  Cho considers herself fearless and her choice of subjects no matter how difficult and gives her insightful sharp insight to them.  Margaret Cho puts on a hilarious show that is wildly kinetic.  Cho says “This show is about insanity, and about the anger I feel about everything happening in the world right now, from police brutality to racism to the rising tide of violence against women.”