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    NEW YORK -- As we navigate the challenges of living through this difficult time, people are finding new ways to connect, share, enjoy life, encourage and support each other. Here at abc7NY.com, we are sharing community events from around our area to participate in - virtually, until we can gather again!KIDS AND FAMILIES Marvel Madness Family Disco When: Tuesday August 11 at 12-1 p.m.Link: https://www.kidsdancerevolution.com/Info: Spend some family time dancing with your kids at this virtual disco event. There will be arts, crafts and party favors made from household items. Virtual Self-Paced Microsoft Certifications Link: https://learn.sunyattain.org/local/user/contact.php?s=HBBInfo: Study for tests get a IT Certification or learn another language with a free Microsoft course. The Stay Home Sessions: Live Stream and Chill...
    This week brings a sampler platter of online and in-person events, celebrating everything from childlike pleasures to grown-up privileges and out-and-out hedonism. Here are seven great food and drink happenings from Monday, August 3, through Friday, August 7, with upcoming shenanigans through the end of August. EXPANDCourtesy Local Jones Monday, August 3Focus Points Family Resource Center is the force behind one of our favorite lunch spots, Comal, which serves an ever-changing menu of mainly Mexican (and sometimes Syrian) dishes. Its parent nonprofit organization has been offering childhood and adult education, and family and culinary business development for northeast Denver families in need for 25 years. On Monday, August 3, Focus Points kicks off a week of anniversary celebrations with a Day...
    JONATHAN SLAGHT: Researcher and conservationist launches his book “Owls of the Eastern Ice: The Quest to Find and Save the World’s Largest Owl.” Slaght took a five-year journey to study the enigmatic Blakiston’s Fish Owl, the rarest species of owl on earth, found only in the far northern regions of Russia, Japan, and Korea. 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4, presented by Minneapolis-based Museum of Russian Art via Zoom. Register in advance at: tmora.org/events/owls-of-the-eastern-ice-book-launch/ Sign up for Newsletters and Alerts Subscribe Follow Us Facebook Twitter Instagram RSS Most Popular Soucheray: And our ability to reason is swept away Water skier injured in accident with sheriff patrol boat on...
    Although Colorado Craft Beer Week and Collaboration Fest were canceled earlier this year because of the coronavirus, the fifth annual Colorado Pint Day is back on. Drop into one of more than 100 participating Colorado craft breweries around the state, buy a pint and pick up the 2020 Colorado Pint Day glass. The effort is a fundraiser by the Colorado Brewers Guild, which "promotes, protects, and propels" independent craft breweries "through advocacy, community, education, and public awareness," the organization says. The Guild, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary, is hurting financially right now because all of its events and fundraisers have been canceled as a result of COVID-19 restrictions. Different breweries will have different rules this year — and many...
    Rubiales, president of the RFEF, during an RFEF press conference The Superior Court of Justice of Madrid (TSJM) has reversed the decision of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (TAD) and agrees with the Spanish Federation in the procedure used to call the presidential elections. The complaint was filed by the Madrid Federation, the Los Barrios and Flat Earth teams and the player Sergio Marcos, all using the same complaint, typography and spaces when preparing the submitted briefs. Therefore, and after estimating the precautionary measure, the Board of Directors that was legitimized at the time of calling the elections, which now do not have a definitive date, but which recover all the processes already advanced, such as that of...
    Room with a view: Virgin Galactic gives peek at spacecraft cabin Several teams interested in veteran DT Domata Peko 2021 Awards Season Calendar: Updates on the Oscars, Golden Globes and More © Getty Images Global pandemic, be damned. The upcoming awards season is soldiering on in unprecedented times -- but between the Oscars, Globes and a number of other ceremonies, it is shaping up to look different than any awards season we've seen before. This year has seen movie theaters close their doors due to the coronavirus -- with release dates pushed indefinitely and film festivals scrapping plans or moving online -- prompting awards bodies to postpone their respective shows and adjust eligibility rules amid continued uncertainty. Below, ET has...
    Our favorite food events in Denver this week will have diners' palates zipping from Mexico to Japan, then to Maine and middle America. No matter what your preference or bank account balance, there's something to satisfy you on the menu. Keep reading to find out more and to learn about future food happenings. Monday, July 27 Toasting with mezcal can be a celebration of life, an honoring of those who have died, or a lifting of the palate before a good feast. Experience all three at Adelitas' Mezcal Vago dinner on Monday, July 27. Mezcal Vago's master distiller, Aquilino Garcia Lopez, passed away earlier this year, so the Mexican eatery's separate mezcal bar, La Doña, at 13 East Louisiana Avenue,...
    Award-winning Minnesota author Brian Freeman does a virtual launch of “The Bourne Evolution,” his first book in the bestselling series featuring special agent Jason Bourne, at 7 p.m. Monday, July 27, presented by Once Upon a Crime mystery bookstore. (Go to crowdcast.io/e/brian-freeman-bourne/register) Author Robert Ludlum gave up writing about Bourne after three books and turned the series over to Eric Van Lustbader, who continued the adventures in 11 books. When Lustbader was ready to move on, the Ludlum estate was looking for an author brave enough to continue a character that has become a cultural icon, fueled by four movies featuring Matt Damon as Bourne. Freeman was up for the challenge and threw his hat in the ring of candidates....
    The future of UFC's 'Fight Island' project is becoming clearer. Photo by Jeff Bottari / Zuffa / Fightland / AKA / YouTube "Fight Island" is here to stay. Insider has spent the last three weeks in a safety zone on Yas Island, which the UFC built in conjunction with the Abu Dhabi tourism board to provide a venue to host international events during the ongoing pandemic. But with the threat of the coronavirus lingering in the US, and "Fight Island" being so successful, the UFC plans to embrace Abu Dhabi. Future participating "Fight Island" athletes could include Israel Adesanya, Khabib Nurmagomedov, and Conor McGregor. These shows could be open to spectators, providing they go through the stringent coronavirus...
    The 2020 F1 calendar is a gift that keeps on giving. Just when fans thought it couldn’t get any better, F1 will return to classic fan-favorite tracks in 2020. Formula 1 officially announced the addition of 3 more circuits to the current F1 calendar. F1 will go racing in Nürburgring, Imola, and Portimao after completing the Russian Grand Prix in Sochi on September 27. Formula one will race In Germany on October 11, followed by races in Portugal and Italy on October 25 and November 1, respectively. Unfortunately, these classic circuits return at the cost of F1 not conducting any Grands Prix in the Americas. As a result, no races will be held in the United States, Brazil, Mexico, or...
    The world is topsy-turvy these days: we're celebrating baseball's opening day in July (and without fans in the stands), Christmas in mid-summer, fine art on pizza boxes and dinner for two from Uchi for under $100. Thank god there's half-price tequila to help us cope. Here are six food and drink events that have the potential to turn your world upside down this weekend. Friday, July 24 As far as we're concerned, there's never a bad time to drink tequila (Christmas Eve? Sí, especially if there are tamales in the steamer. The Friday after a week of pointless meetings with micromanaging bosses? Órale. For two months straight while being stuck at home in the midst of a plague? Claro.) The...
    TEXAS – Officers with the Dallas School District (DISD) met early to discuss and decide various items on the school calendar. Once this process is complete, board members will discuss any questions they have and will vote. Among the topics discussed for the 2020-2021 school year are the following: Change the start date for classes on August 17 and start it on September 8. Holiday elimination in October due to cancellation of the Texas State Fair. Add one holiday, that is, Tuesday, November 3 for Election Day. Change six-week grading periods to nine-grading periods weeks.Change the last day of school, from May 17 to June 18. DISD also announced some of the changes in schools to increase health safety...
    New York (CNN Business)The coronavirus pandemic is now disrupting Disney's release schedule for the next decade.All scheduled "Star Wars" and "Avatar" films between 2021 and 2027 are being pushed back one year, the company announced Thursday. That means there will be no "Avatar 2" next year and no new Star Wars film in 2022.Disney (DIS) also announced that "Mulan," which was set for an August 21 release date, has been taken off the calendar. The company did not give a new release date for the film, which has been repeatedly delayed since March because of the pandemic."Over the last few months, it's become clear that nothing can be set in stone when it comes to how we release films during...
    The Dallas Independent School District (DISD) will discuss and decide this afternoon on the following issues affecting the upcoming 2020-2021 school year: Move the start of classes from August 17 to September 8. Elimination of October vacations due to cancellation of State Fair. Adding a holiday on Tuesday, November 3 for Election Day. Change from six week qualification periods to nine week qualification periods. Change from last day of classes, from May 17 to June 18. DISD also announced some of the changes in schools to increase health safety when students are again allowed in classrooms: Students will have personal storage containers so that it is possible to change masks and face shields provided. Students will also receive...
    DENVER (CBS4)– If you’re an animal lover, you probably have hundreds of pictures of your pet on your phone. Now those photos could help homeless pets. (credit: Dumb Friends League) The Dumb Friends League is hosting a pet photo contest. Winners will be featured in their 2021 calendar. The $28 entry fee includes one calendar. Voting is $1 and all the money raised helps provide shelter and care for homeless animals. (credit: Dumb Friends League) Cast your ballot for the cutest pet or submit a photo of your pet at the Dumb Friends League website. The contest continues through July 31.
    Bad policy, bad information, bad actors, and bad luck brought us to this moment. No one is to blame, and yet everyone is responsible for the fact that high school football will be postponed — at best — in California this season. As COVID-19 cases continue to increase around the state and with in-school instruction in serious jeopardy, Monday’s decision by the California Interscholastic Federation to postpone all fall sports to the winter was predictable and just. But that doesn’t mean it’s fair to the athletes. One group of athletes that should feel particularly aggrieved are football players heading into their senior year. And the seniors most affected by the change are those that want to continue their playing careers...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — The Dallas Independent School District (DISD) school board will vote Thursday on a new calendar that could push the end of the school year to mid-June. Under the proposal, classes would begin three weeks later than scheduled on September 8. And the last day of school would move back three weeks as well — from May 28 to June 18. The district would remove two holidays in October for the now cancelled State Fair and add a holiday on Election Day. At a listening session Monday night, DISD District 3 Trustee Dan Micciche thought parents and teachers were focused on fears about the safety of children and staff. A hospice worker named Camille, whose husband drives big...
    Contribute to a trio of local fundraisers, shop in person and skip slaving over the stove this weekend with these seven sweet (and savory!) happenings on our food and drink calendar. Then keep reading for more events worth putting on a future culinary alendar. Friday, July 17Element Knife Co., a local knife shop specializing in Japanese cutlery, has put together a basket of blades and accessories that will be raffled off to benefit Black Lives Matter 5280. Purchasing a $10 ticket enters you in a drawing for the bundle, which includes an elegant chef's knife, a sharpening stone, tongs, tweezers, the most adorable skull-shaped spoon in the history of spoons, and more. Snap up as many raffle tickets as you...
    Yes, you do have to file your taxes this week — but then you can cheer up with deals on wine, creative cocktails crafted from unusual spirits, a rooftop concert with high-end food and drinks, and more. Here are our six picks for food and drink events around town over the next few days, plus future dates to mark on your calendar. Monday, July 13 Denver's Capital Grille outpost, at 1450 Larimer Street, launches the Generous Pour on Monday, July 13. Through September 6, diners can order dinner at the modern steakhouse and, for just $28, add any of seven different wines to their meal. Reds, whites and rosés from around the world are represented. Find out more about...
    This weekend boasts an eclectic culinary calendar, with a continental cooking class, a dirt-cheap vegetarian feast that celebrates all the things that come from the...well, dirt...and your choice of Sunday afternoon shenanigans that couldn't be more different. And while we know Denverites are a courteous bunch, with that spate of viral videos of maskless customers behaving badly, we feel compelled to remind you: Wear a damn mask when you're in public. But in the meantime, read up on a few entertaining opportunities over the next couple of days, as well as future food and drink events that you'll want to mark on your calendar. Related Stories Who's Talking About Southern Food — And Who's Cooking It in Denver...
    MLB releases 2021 calendar: New York Yankees to open the season at home vs. Toronto By: Andres Chavez July 9, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesPlanning ahead, Major League Baseball (MLB) is already looking at next season, as we draw closer to the delayed 2020 MLB Opening Day, the league released the calendar for next year on Thursday. The New York Yankees already know who they will play in 2021, when and where. Next season’s Opening Day is scheduled to be on April 1, at Yankee Stadium against the up-and-coming Toronto Blue Jays. The New York Yankees’ official Twitter account uploaded a video with the...
    Heres what happened to the stock market on Wednesday 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Test: The Best Mustang of All Time Jacquemus Moves Ahead, While Other Brands Take Themselves Off the September Schedule © Peter White - Getty Images Michael Kors and Marc Jacobs have chosen to take themselves off the fashion week calendar, while other are sticking to the schedule. See them all here. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, the fashion industry has had to make some tough decisions. Government mandates to stay home and the shuttering of nonessential businesses so as to taper the spread of COVID-19 have seriously affected commerce, causing supply chain disruptions, massive layoffs, and plummeting stocks. Indeed, brands both big and...
    OneNote revolves around colorful Notebooks, which are then divided into Sections and individual Pages. The latter is a flexible canvas that can include any number of text boxes, pictures, tables, and PDF print-outs. OneNote also has decent, if not industry-leading handwriting support, which is useful if you own an iPad and Apple Pencil, a Surface device, or any Windows laptop or Chromebook that plays nice with a stylus. You can also record your lecture from inside the app and, if you have a Microsoft 365 subscription, access some advanced Windows 10 features including a built-in Researcher tool and Math Assistant. Get OneNote Notion Notion is pioneering a new kind of note-taking app. Every page is composed of Blocks, which can...
    New York — The teams do not want to lose the economic income at the box office represented by the eagles and the Herd The Liga MX had planned to present the official calendar of the Opening 2020 last Sunday night, even, several television stations had already announced special programs for said event, however, some clubs expressed different disagreements, so the calendar will have to wait until next week. The main theme for many teams is that they do not agree to be local against Chivas and America in this tournament, because it will be played behind closed doors and they will lose the opportunity to have a good income due to the concept of box office, which is...
    Not sure what you're hungry for this week? There's a wealth of eclectic food and drink happenings around town over the next few days, from industry-insider discussions about compensation models to West African and French fare to an entire menu centered on cheese. Keep reading for the skinny on all of these, plus a few future and ongoing events to keep on your radar. EXPAND Lobster ramen at Chimera Ramen; owner Edwin Zoe is talking shop on July 6. Mark Antonation Monday, July 6 Before COVID-19 hit the hospitality industry hard, one of the major concerns for Colorado bars and restaurants this year was the increase in minimum wage and the effects on front- and back-of-house employees as restaurant owners...
    AN EVANGELIST pastor believes that the Mayans decided doomsday will come in December. Pastor Paul Begley claims it could happen due to a certain planetary alignment. 9 Pastor Begley says a rare planetary alignment could be the cause of the end of the worldCredit: Refer to Caption Here is more about the prediction of the end of the world. What is the Mayan calendar? The Mayan calendar is a system of calendars and almanacs which was used by several cultures in Central America. It dates back to the 5th century BCE and it is still in use in some Mayan communities today. The Mayan Calendar has three separate corresponding calendars: the Long Count, the Tzolkin (divine calendar), and the Haab...
    Right after Texas’ continue to be-at home purchase ended April 30 and some firms opened, she cautiously ventured out. Even although early facts confirmed Covid-19 was most perilous for older people, Chesser was mindful, she explained to CNN’s Erica Hill on Wednesday. “I wasn’t heading to crowded restaurants. I wasn’t heading to crowded sites in general (or) social options,” she recalled. She resumed grocery outings and even went back to a health and fitness center. And suitable all around then, to her aggravation, she arrived down with Covid-19. She continue to doesn’t know wherever she picked it up. “That was just one of the 1st items that I claimed, was, ‘How could I have quite possibly gotten this?'” Chesser reported....
    Andy Murray has been quite excited about the return of tennis. Former World No.1 is playing in the Battle of Brits tournament in London. He has recovered from his hip injury and is trying to get some valuable match practice. Murray just lost out to Dan Evans in the Semi-Final of the Battle of Brits in a closely fought three-set match. Now he is keen to get back into grand slam tennis. And so he wants to do his best in the upcoming US Open. But like Rafael Nadal, even he is having trouble understanding the new calendar. “A lot of top players may not compete at the biggest events” – Andy Murray The new calendar for the resuming...
    A CHRISTIAN evangelist has predicted the world will come to an end before Christmas this year. Pastor Paul Begley believes doomsday will strike on December 21, 2020, which also happens to be his birthday. 3 The Mayan calendar was used to make this latest doomsday prophecyCredit: Getty Images - Getty But despite hundreds of prophecies over the centuries predicting the end of the world none have ever come true. Although not the first to make such a prediction, Nostradamus is said to have predicted the world would end in a reference to the “King of Terror” would arrive in “1999 and seven months”. The most recent prediction by conspiracy theorists thought the world would come to an end on June...
    The solar is the star liable for lifestyle on Earth. With no it, we would not be in this article and it is a constant fixture in our every day life. With all that in mind, it’s a genuine disgrace you are not supposed to seem instantly at it. The solar is an amazing thing and astronomers have occur up with ways to observe it without scorching their retinas. A single of those instruments is the Solar Dynamics Observatory, an “unblinking eye” that observes the solar regularly. Photographs from the SDO are made by capturing only a certain ultraviolet wavelength that allows experts see the star’s corona, which is its outermost layer. For a decade, the SDO has been...
    After months of no tennis, the ATP finally announced that tennis will be returning in 2020. They came out with an incredible grueling schedule for the rest of the year which raised some concerns amongst players. The ATP Chairman has just talked about this schedule. Check out what he said. ATP Chairman On The Revised 2020 Tennis Season In a recent Q&A session published on the ATP’s website, Chairman Andrea Gaudenzi talked about the revised schedule. He admitted that the season was not ideal as he said, “We realize that the resumption of the calendar is not perfect by any means – we would love to have more events and more playing opportunities, and more space between our marquee...
    When I’m not in the WTOP traffic center, chances are you’ll find me out at a live show. Big venues, small clubs, festivals — it does not matter. I’ll see it all, which is why it’s been such an adjustment for me during COVID-19. What’s a live music lover to do? Live concert streams! There is something for everyone, from national acts playing in their homes for charity to local faves with a guitar and iPhone trying to keep the money flow coming in through PayPal and Venmo. It’s hard to keep track of it all, so check out our roundup of options available for you to keep the music flowing from the comfort of your couch. Feel free to give us a heads up...
    Greeley's Wiley Roots Brewing is about to get down to Denver more often. The brewery has hooked up with TwoSix Craft Distributors, which will distribute Wiley Roots across the Front Range. TwoSix was formed last fall when Station 26 Brewing launched its own distributorship and began selling beers from Arvada's New Image Brewing, along with its own. Wiley Roots was added to the TwoSix lineup after a recent expansion to double its brewing capacity, adding a new production facility adjacent to the taproom. Since the beginning of the year, Wiley Roots has worked with Weldwerks Brewing on distribution. Wiley Roots is known for its New England-style milkshake IPAs, imperial stouts and milkshake sour IPAs and fruit slushes.Related Stories...
    The Euroleague come back next season after cancellation of this issue due to coronavirus. The highest European competition at the level of basketball clubs announced the full schedule of his regular season for the 2020-21 season, which will start on October 1 and will maintain the seven double days, which imply a maximum wear for the participating teams. After being forced to cancel this season due to the coronavirus, the Euroleague has already set the date and time for the 306 regular league games that the same 18 clubs will have to face during the next course. The action will start on October 1 with duels like him Barcelona-CSKA, Baskonia-Real Madrid o Valencia Basket-Villerbaune, while day 34 and last of...
    SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Independent School District board on Monday approved a revised 2020-21 school calendar that adds three weeks of intersession in response to the coronavirus pandemic. SAISD said a total of 15 days will be added to the calendar year as a contingency for an outbreak. The one-week breaks will be scheduled around Thanksgiving, winter and spring breaks. During these weeks, students can utilize them for make-up days or if they need additional learning support. Educators can volunteer to work during these weeks and will be paid. “The district will not be closed during these intercessions,” a news release states. “The additional breaks are for students, those teachers who will not be providing instruction, and other...
    Extroverts and homebodies will both have their pick in the week's Cannabis Calendar, with a virtual sustainability conference, an author meet-and-greet and hemp advocacy meetup all taking place online and in person. Find out more below.Growing Weed in the Garden Book Discussion Monday, June 22 The Tattered Cover has invited Growing Weed in the Garden author (and Denver native) Johanna Silver to host an online chat about her new book, where she will talk about her guide to growing weed outdoors (which is illegal unless the plants are locked and unable to be seen by the public, so consider yourself warned), show off some of her gardening photographs and more. Learn more buy emailing calendar@tatteredcover.com. Online Cannabis Sustainability Symposium Tuesday, June 23,...
    ALKA JOSHI: Indian author gives a virtual reading from her bestseller “The Henna Artist,” a Reese Witherspoon book club pick about a 17-year-old who escapes an abusive marriage and becomes the most sought-after henna artist in Jaipur, never revealing her secrets. 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 24, presented by SubText Books. Registration: crowdcast.io/e/alkajoshi-register. MARY LOGUE: One of the first Twin Cities writers to make an in-person appearance after coronavirus restrictions were lifted signs copies of her new novel “The Streel: A Deadwood Mystery.”  10 a.m.-noon Friday, June 26; Lake Country Booksellers, 4766 Washington Ave., White Bear Lake. SUE LEAF: Minnesotan hosts a Zoom event with Bell Museum of Natural History to launch her book “Minnesota’s Geologist: The Life of Newton Horace...
    A case has been registered and teams have been shaped to arrest the culprits, police mentioned. New Delhi: A 94-yr-previous retired Exterior Affairs Ministry official was attacked and his 88-year-aged woman stabbed to loss of life when they tried to resist a robbery bid at their dwelling in southwest Delhi’s Safdarjung Enclave, law enforcement claimed on Sunday. B R Chawla and his spouse Kanta Chawla lived by yourself soon after the demise of their two children a few a long time ago. The incident took area about 9 PM on Saturday when the a short while ago-appointed security guard of their constructing arrived at their house with his two-three associates, the law enforcement said. According to police, the protection...
    Nick Arthur was jumping around waves on a sandbar about 25 feet offshore when he begun screaming, his father informed CNN. “At initial I believed he was screaming out of pleasure, and then I seemed at him and observed the shark,” Tim Arthur mentioned. “He was screaming ‘Get it off me. Enable me go’ and I jumped into motion,” Arthur claimed. Arthur mentioned his daughter swam to shore while he and his son fought the shark. Arthur claimed he kicked the shark near its nose while Nick was hitting him with his hand. The shark enable go of Nick’s thigh as it attempted to nip at his hand, making it possible for Nick to swim absolutely free. The assault transpired...
    Hey, so, funny story: Remember back in 2012 when a bunch of people thought the world was going to end? The apocalypse was scheduled for December 21st — just four days before Christmas, what a bummer! — but it never actually happened. That’s good news (I think), but now at last one scientist is saying that the dates of the supposed end times were miscalculated at the time, and if the end of the world is coming, it should happen this week instead. The original end-of-the-world hysteria was brought on by readings of the Mayan calendar. The calendar had an “end date,” which was believed to fall on December 21st, 2012. But there are many ways to calculate time,...
    Colorado breweries are celebrating Pride Month en masse this week with events, beer tappings, merchandise and other initiatives. But just a few years ago, it was a rare thing to see a brewery publicly supporting gay rights — in part because the topic always ignites that cesspool of hate that is social media. "Shut up about social issues and stick to beer," is the general theme of many comments. Today, however, beer makers are more frequently and more brashly standing up for what is right — backlash be damned. That shift bodes well for the Black Lives Matter movement as well. While the slogan was sure to spark the ire of a very vocal few in the past, there now...
    If you thought COVID-19, civil unrest, locusts, volcanic eruptions and hurricanes signaled Armageddon — you may be right! The reading of the Mayan calendar was wrong according to a conspiracy theory on Twitter, and while the world didn’t end on Dec. 21, 2012, as originally prophesied by calendar readers, Mayan doomsday is sometime this week or next. “Following the Julian Calendar, we are technically in 2012… The number of days lost in a year due to the shift into Gregorian Calendar is 11 days… For 268 years using the Gregorian Calendar (1752-2020) times 11 days = 2,948 days. 2,948 days / 365 days (per year) = 8 years,” scientist Paolo Tagaloguin tweeted last week according to the Sun. The series...
    Three of Denver's favorite beer bars are reopening after months of COVID-19 closures, and all three are working through the new normal of socially distanced tables, unusual ordering methods and outdoor space. First Draft Taproom & Kitchen, at 1309 26th Street, will celebrate with a patio party hosted by Bell's Brewery, with Oberon and Two Hearted Ale on tap, Coney Island dogs on the grill, and swag to give away. At 3920 Tennyson Street, Hops & Pie has taken over the parking lot next door for a newly built and spacious patio with umbrellas and tables; there is also very limited indoor seating. To celebrate, Hops & Pie will tap a keg of Cantillon Gueuze on Thursday and is offering...
    Cannabis events are gaining steam despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Book discussions, hemp marketplaces and educational chats are taking place online this week, with an in-person event on the calendar, too. CannaVenture, a 4/20-friendly group of hikers, is going out for a trek later this month, and it'll be the first of many this summer. Find out more below.Virtual Social Equity Roundtable Monday, June 8, 3 to 4:30 p.m. Leaders in Denver's black community, cannabis business owners and government officials are convening online for a discussion about diversity in Colorado's weed industry. Hear from state lawmakers, Denver pot officials, cannabis industry executives, diversity advocates and more. Register and learn more at the Black Cannabis Equity Initiative's website. CannaVenture Hike: Mount Falcon...
    When I’m not in the WTOP traffic center, chances are you’ll find me out at a live show. Big venues, small clubs, festivals — it doesn’t matter. I’ll see it all, which is why it’s been such an adjustment for me during COVID-19. What’s a live music lover to do? Live concert streams! There is something for everyone, from national acts playing in their homes for charity to local faves with a guitar and iPhone trying to keep the money flow coming in through PayPal and Venmo. It’s hard to keep track of it all, so check out our roundup of options available for you to keep the music flowing from the comfort of your couch. Feel free to give us a heads up on...
    CRAIG B. UPRIGHT: Associate profesor of sociology at Winona State University discusses his book “Grocery Activism: The Radical History of Food Cooperatives in Minnesota,” with East Side Freedom Library’s Peter Rachleff, part of Ramsey County Historical Society’s History Revealed Series.  7 p.m. Thursday, June 4.  (facebook.com/EastSideFreedomLibrary). NOIR AT THE BAR: Once Upon a Crime mystery bookstore hosts crime writers Reed Farrel Coleman, Matt Goldman, William Kent Krueger, Jess Lourey, Mindy Mejia and Michael Wiley, hosted by Kate Malmon. (onceuponacrimebooks.indielite.org/event/noir-bar) Related Articles Want to be the first to complete the new Loop Trail? Get there early. Daily Distraction: Young musicians showcased on MPR Classical Recipes: Here are 4 dishes you can make with no more than 5 ingredients Daily Distraction: Young...
    When I’m not in the WTOP traffic center, chances are you’ll find me out at a live show. Big venues, small clubs, festivals — it doesn’t matter. I’ll see it all, which is why it’s been such an adjustment for me during COVID-19. What’s a live music lover to do? Live concert streams! There is something for everyone, from national acts playing in their homes for charity to local faves with a guitar and iPhone trying to keep the money flow coming in through PayPal and Venmo. It’s hard to keep track of it all, so check out our roundup of options available for you to keep the music flowing from the comfort of your couch. Feel free to give us a heads up on...