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Denver Life MagazineDenver Life Magazine

Denver Life Magazine April 2019

In every issue: Fashion, Wellness, Beauty, Travel, Home Decor, Family Time, Dining, Local Arts, Pets, Outdoor Adventure, Colorado Escapes and Philanthropy. Denver Life Magazine highlights the very best of Denver culture, adventure and style!

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denver life magazine

alpine PUBLISHING GROUP CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Shawn C. Miller VICE PRESIDENT Kristin N. Miller CREATIVE DIRECTOR Tom Visocchi EXECUTIVE EDITOR Alison Gwinn ASSOCIATE EDITORS Susan Fornoff, Andrew Weaver GRAPHIC DESIGNER Elaine St Louis BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGERJamie Froyd SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Lori Perry ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Stephanie Barr, Kristin Battenfield, Mark Sells, Sherrie Wilkolaski PUBLISHER Shawn C. Miller EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Kristin N. Miller EXECUTIVE EDITOR Alison Gwinn ASSOCIATE EDITORS Susan Fornoff, Andrew Weaver EDITORIAL INTERNS Andrea Austin, Nick Evans, Kate Powell, Nate Samson, Jaclyn Walsh, Shannon Wheeler CREATIVE DIRECTOR Tom Visocchi GRAPHIC DESIGNER Elaine St Louis CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS Kira Abelardo, Rachel Adams, Ingo Fast, Paul Miller, Jeff Nelson, Cassandra Stiltner, Emily Teater, Matt Wood EVENTS MANAGERJamie Froyd SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVELori Perry ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Stephanie Barr, Kristin Battenfield, Mark Sells, Sherrie Wilkolaski We’d love to hear from you! Send us comments, questions, letters to the editor or submissions for consideration. Mail to: Denver Life Magazine 8 Inverness…

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grillers, start your burners

Burgers and beer. Two of the nicest words in the English language. Together, they say one thing: Spring is here, and so is grilling season. For our annual spring food issue, we couldn’t resist going to the pros—in this case, Jorel Pierce, former Top Chef star and now culinary director of the TAG Restaurant Group—to help us cook up a variety of burgers (not only the meat kind, but salmon and veggie versions, too) for our story “Burger Mania,” on p. 63. Check out Chef Jorel’s tips on creating your own perfect burger—and top it off with some local condiments, featured on p. 69. As for the other half of the equation—beer—we tell the stories of three local brewers who just happen to be female in a male-dominated biz (p. 54). Ultimately,…

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Sun and Snow You know you’re in Denver when you take a dip, snow or no. Cheers! Enjoying the fruity new cocktail recipes at @tavernettadenver Sugar and spice A sweet treat from the kitchen of @macaroniandbutter Pasta party @rosemaryandryeblog enjoyed the delicious pasta that @barologrilldenver serves up every day. Shave and a Haircut Spruce up for date night with a Spruced Up Shave from @sprucemen. The Art of Good Eating Explore @rinoartsdistrict with @deliciousdenverfoodtours Food + Beer Tour. follow us on: @denverlifemag @denverlifemagazine @denverlifemagazine…

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ROLL WITH IT In the mood for top-notch sushi, a sip of sake, and a laid-back patio? You’ll love spending an evening at SUSHI RONIN with this $200 certificate. Our suggestion: two orders of the chef’s daily tasting menu, which includes seven courses of fresh fish. Our other menu faves? The 15-piece sashimi set, the thinly sliced, seared beef tenderloin app, and any roll on the specials menu. DID YOU SAY COMFORT FOOD? CHERRY CREEK’S DEL FRISCO GRILLE takes classic American comfort fare to new heights. Case in point: cheesesteak eggrolls, prime beef short rib stroganoff, and Nutella bread pudding are all on the menu—and ready for you to enjoy with a $200 certificate. Handcrafted cocktails and brews are also up for grabs.…

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high flyers

If you want to see some future Olympians in action, travel to Copper Mountain this month to watch the national championship of the United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association. The 12-day USASA championship is the culmination of more than 500 snowboarding and freeskiing events held at about 120 resorts across the U.S. and features more than 1,800 young athletes in the largest such competition in the world. Events include halfpipe, slopestyle, slalom, giant slalom, boardercross, and rail jam. Wonder if these kids are the real thing? Consider this: 100 percent of the 2014 U.S. Olympic Snowboarding Team and 75 percent of the U.S. Olympic Freeskiing Team got their start with USASA. Watching the best do their stuff is a perfect way to close out the winter ski season.…

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tennyson street

1. Parisi Pizzeria, Trattoriae Vino Stop by for a handcrafted pizza or pasta dish at the charming neighborhood fave Parisi Pizzeria, where you order at the counter before sitting down. Be sure to try the wine bar and gelato bar. 4401 Tennyson St. 2. Berkeley Supply Co. This unique store specializes in American-made goods, from Red Wing 8886 Copper Rough & Tough Moc-Toe boots to Rogue Territory jeans to Tanner Goods belts and wallets. 4317 Tennyson St. 3. Real Baby A definite go-to if you’re heading to a baby shower, this store has clothes, accessories, games, and more. 4315 Tennyson St. 4. Bookbar One of our favorite indie bookstores, Bookbar has cozy spots for reading, a daily happy hour at the wine bar, kids story times, a “Silent Book Club” every other Sunday afternoon, creative writing workshops, and literary game…