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Nicks’ ‘Dreams’ pretends to be pop

Fine. You caught me hating a Stevie Nick’s album. So excuse me if I’m still in shock. Nicks once pumped out top 50 hits faster than a Mormon octo-mom makes babies (at least in theory). This is Nick’s first album of original music released in a decade. The album’s pre-released single, “Secret Love” sounded promising. I was so excited. But –but, (sound of man sobbing uncontrollably), I hate it because I wanted to love it. ...

Superb steak creations

Executive Chef Christopher Cina has been leading kitchens in restaurants throughout the Denver metropolitan area for more than a decade. While he left Colorado to work in kitchens on the West Coast and in Europe, he returned in 2002 to continue to perfect his craft. Chef Cina brings to Hideaway Steakhouse, his prior experience cooking in high-end restaurants, including the award-winning Fourth Story Restaurant and Bar in Cherry Creek. ...

Power of acceptance found in “Beginners”

The gay father/straight son comedy-drama film Beginners is far too twee in its opening reel as Oliver (Ewan McGregor) talks to his late dad’s adorable Jack Russell Terrier (who answers in too cute subtitles). But stick with it. This is one of those rare films that actually improves as it unspools. By its end, Beginners is really quite moving....

Hancock, Romer make final push for votes

Denver will make the decision June 7 whether to elect a state senator with a background in business or a Denver City Council President with awareness for public service. The race tightens as the last two standing mayoral candidates, Chris Romer and Michael Hancock make their final pleas to voters. ...