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November 2014 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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PUBLISHER:
To give thanks requires action, more than words

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BUSINESS: Denver’s oldest boulevard continues to evolve

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PEOPLE:
Pat Lovett helps neighbors help themselves

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THE HOLIDAYS: Let the fun begin, from Chatfield to Lowry

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MUSIC SCENE: Denver is among the go-to towns for live music

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Platt Park/S. Pearl St. | Print |  E-mail

     Session Kitchen, 1518 S. Pearl St., has survived its first year in the uber-crowded Denver restaurant scene in fine form. A project of Breckenridge Brewery/Wynkoop Brewing partnership, Session Kitchen was born when Sushi Den’s owners traded the former Izakaya Den spot (now Session) for the long-time home of the now defunct Pearl Street Grill at 1477 S. Pearl St., where Izakaya Den now resides.

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West Washington Park | Print |  E-mail

     For lovers of the grape, the release of each year’s Beaujolais Nouveau is a momentous occasion. Beaujolais Nouveau Day is marked in France the third Thursday in November with fireworks, music and festivals. Under French law, the wine is released at 12:01a.m., just weeks after needed grapes have been harvested. Parties are held throughout the country and further afield to celebrate the first wine of the season.

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Cherry Creek | Print |  E-mail

     Sitting here editing this column in late October with temperatures in the mid-80s, it’s tough to believe that in a few weeks, shorter days will set the mercury plummeting, and thoughts of shorts and sandals may be put on hold until next spring. With that in mind, Perry & Co. realtors are sponsoring a coat drive through Nov. 3, in support of The Action Center.

     A Jefferson County human-service nonprofit since 1968, the Action Center’s mission is to provide an immediate response to basic human needs and promote pathways to self-sufficiency.

     Warm, gently-used or new coats in all sizes and shapes are desperately needed for kids and adults. Drop off your stash at: 101 S. Madison St. (Mon.-Fri., 8a.m.-5p.m.), or 2902 E. 3rd Ave. (Mon.-Fri., 8:30a.m.-5:30p.m. & Sat.-Sun., 9a.m.-4p.m.).

     Questions, call 303-399-7777 or visit perryandco.com. If you’re past Perry & Co.’s Nov. 3 deadline, theactioncenterco.org will show their current needs.

 

 
Broadway | Print |  E-mail

     It’s been nearly four decades that your intrepid Profile staff has been keeping tabs on happenings along the Broadway corridor, and we assure you there’s never been so much quality development in such a short period of time.

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6th Avenue | Print |  E-mail

     In case you got tired of waiting, and stopped looking to see if Lime had yet reopened at 6th Ave. and Clarkson St., let us be the first to shock you out of your malaise – Lime XS is open, alive and more tangy than ever, at 730 E. 6th Ave.
     Lime XS joins sister locations at Denver Pavilions and Winter Park Village – dishing up a hearty selection of “fresh Mexican food and mighty margaritas.”

      Whether you like your margys traditional or with a more contemporary taste challenge – Lime XS’s inventory of more than 100 tequillas is well prepared to satisfy your preferences. By the shot, by the cocktail, or by the flight: they’ve got your back.

     Lime XS is open 11a.m.-”past 11p.m.”

   Info: 303-722-5463 or eatatlime.com.