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Original Pancake House Denver

Original Pancake House in Denver

The Original Pancake House Denver
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The Original Pancake House | Denver Tech Center8000 E. Belleview Ave., Suite F-10,
Greenwood Village, CO 80111Telephone: 303-224-0093 | Fax: 303-224-0112

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The Original Pancake House | Cherry Hills5900 S. University Blvd., Suite D,
Greenwood Village, CO 80121Telephone: 303-795-0573 | Fax: 303-738-1097

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Before Midnight

“Before Midnight” What All Films Should Be

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“What All Films Should Be”

“Hotshots” looks at a movie!

Before Midnight is the third in the series of films that began with the 1995 Before Sunrise and continued with the 2004 Before Sunset.

Before Midnight

All of them were directed by Richard Linklater and star Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy.

First of all, it is refreshing that none of the films in this trilogy has a number in its title.

Second of all, you don’t need to have seen the first two films in order to enjoy and understand this one, although seeing them in order would certainly heighten the enjoyment and refresh your memory about what is discussed in this one.

And third of all, don’t be put off by a description of this excellent film that like the first two it consists mostly of the two lead characters talking. The subjects they talk about are fascinating, they are relevant to the relationship of all couples, and at some point they become surprisingly heartbreaking.

And I don’t mean when Celine tells Jesse, “You never stop ogling girls” or when she says “I’m stuck with an American teenager.”

Yes, Jesse is American, Celine is French, and they met 18 years earlier on a train when they began talking and Jesse convinced Celine to get off with him in Vienna and share his last night in Europe.

Jesse wrote a successful novel based on that accidental encounter, and nine years later they met again in Paris when he was on a book tour, and again they spent a romantic night together even though Jesse was married and Celine had a boyfriend.

And now it is again nine years later, Celine and Jesse are not only together, but they also have twin girls, and they have all just spent six weeks on vacation in Greece with close Greek friends.

This time the extensive dialogue is broken up into four distinct parts.

The first part is when Jesse and Celine are driving back from dropping off his son at the airport, and they discuss Jesse’s son and Celine’s concerns about taking a new job in Paris.

The second part is a long discussion over lunch with their friends, and they discuss sex in the future, gender differences, and family appearances.

And the third and fourth parts are Celine and Jesse talking about their future.

Before Midnight is what films should all be.

I’m Dan Culberson and this is “Hotshots.”

The Original Pancake House Denver

The Original Pancake House – Denver

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The Original Pancake House DenverThe Original Pancake House Denver is owned by a third generation OPH owner/operator Sara Hueneke and her family has multiple locations in the Denver metro area. Their simple goal is to make you enjoy their food so much that you come back again and again and bring your family, which is basically what you’ll do when you try this wonderful family owned and nationally acclaimed restaurant.

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The Original Pancake House | Denver Tech Center
8000 E. Belleview Ave., Suite F-10,
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Telephone: 303-224-0093 | Fax: 303-224-0112
dtc@ophdenver.com

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The Original Pancake House | Cherry Hills
5900 S. University Blvd., Suite D,
Greenwood Village, CO 80121
Telephone: 303-795-0573 | Fax: 303-738-1097
cherryhills@ophdenver.com

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St. Augustine’s 450th and Florida’s Viva 500 set joint event in St. Augustine

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Anyone interested in Florida’s 500th & St. Augustine’s 450th
should not miss this event set for October 1.

Two lead organizations working on two very significant upcoming commemorations will meet together in St. Augustine to advance the planning for both events.

Viva Florida 500 will hold a statewide summit in preparation for the 500th anniversary of the founding of Florida by Juan Ponce de Leon in 1513 jointly with the St. Augustine 450th Commemoration on October 1 at Flagler College’s Lewis Auditorium. The event is open to the public and will run from10:00am until 3:00pm with a break for lunch.

Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll, Secretary of State Ken Detzner, former UN Ambassador Andrew Young and State Senator John Thrasher are among the more than 20 speakers lined up for the morning and afternoon sessions. Joining them will be representatives of the governments of Spain, Britain and France, the Seminole Tribe of Florida, Florida’s Department of State, and the Florida Humanities Council.

The program will feature a morning session focused on leadership with officials and dignitaries speaking, and an afternoon session focused on resources with speakers from Visit Florida, Florida universities, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection/Division of Recreation and Parks, and other organizations, all designed to assist organizations in the development and marketing of 500th and 450th events.

The community is encouraged to attend this unique opportunity to be on the front seat for the planning and idea sharing of these two significant commemorations.

For more information, call the 450th Commemoration office at 904.825.1053.

Source: City of St. Augustine

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Viva Florida 500 and St. Augustine’s 450th Commemoration to hold joint meeting

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All-day program on Monday, October 1 open to the public

Viva Florida 500 will hold a statewide summit in preparation for the 500th anniversary of the founding of Florida by Juan Ponce de Leon in 1513. The meeting, set for Monday, October 1 and held jointly with the St. Augustine 450th Commemoration, will be the last major meeting prior to the launch of the Quincentennial Anniversary in January 2013. The daylong summit and joint meeting will be held in Flagler College’s Lewis Auditorium from 10:00am until 3:00pm with a break for lunch. the meeting is free and open to the public.

Secretary of State Ken Detzner, Department of State representatives, and representatives from the Governor’s Office are scheduled to attend. Also attending are representatives from the consulates of Spain, the United Kingdom, and France, as well as members of the 450th Commemoration Federal Commission. The program will feature a morning session with officials and dignitaries speaking, including Commission Chairman Jay Kislak and Ambassador Andrew Young. The afternoon features an educational forum with speakers from Visit Florida, Florida universities, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection/Division of Recreation and Parks, and other organizations, all designed to assist organizations in the development and marketing of 500th and 450th events.

The City of St. Augustine and the 450th Commemoration are principal partners of Viva Florida with several signature events planned for 2013, including a Picasso exhibition, a Catholic Church commemorative mass celebrating the founding of Florida, reenacted landing, a Spanish royal visit, and a Maritime Heritage Festival. The City of St. Augustine and Flagler College are co-hosting Monday’s meeting.

Note that one or more members of the St. Augustine City Commission may be in attendance at one or more of the sessions held in conjunction with the joint meeting of Viva Florida 500 and St. Augustine’s 450th Commemoration Federal Commission.

For more information, call the city’s 450th Commemoration office at 904.825.1053.

Source: City of St. Augustine

Original Pancake Houses in Seattle/Ballard, Kirkland and Bothell

Original Pancake House – Seattle/Ballard, Kirkland, Bothell

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Original Pancake Houses in Seattle/Ballard, Kirkland and BothellIt is our constant objective to serve you the finest pancakes available anywhere. Everything is made from scratch. Pancakes will melt in your mouth. The Crepes are divine and the fresh fruit is a specialty that we are building a reputation for. We strive to create an environment that offers a clean, friendly atmosphere with quality food & consistently great service. We will always stand behind our products!

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Kirkland
130 Parkplace Center
Kirkland, WA 98033
425-827-7575

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Seattle/Ballard
8037 15th Avenue NW
Seattle, WA 98117
206-781-3344

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Bothell
1904 201st PL SE
Bothell, WA 98012
425-419-4476

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Flagler College faculty-led trip to Costa Rica

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This summer, the Flagler College Latin American Studies department offered a faculty-led trip to Costa Rica for students looking for a deeper immersion experience in their major.

The following is an update on the program from Flagler student Adam Krell who is currently on location with fellow classmates Ana Chambers, Diane Cassidy, Matt Garber, Elijah Hayes, Adrienne Gonzalez, and Stephanie Sweeting.

The program is led by Assistant Professor Agnieszka Johnson.

It is not every day you get on a plane to travel to a different country for five weeks. Upon arriving in the beautiful country of Costa Rica, we were greeted by our host families at the airport, who speak no English. From that point on, it has been non-stop Spanish speaking for all of us. It is truly a rewarding experience watching not only myself, but also my friends grow in the language and culture.

Intercultura School of Languages here in Costa Rica strives to provide full Spanish immersion for students so we can fully develop the skills and techniques required for learning a second language. From the intensive Spanish courses and the homestay experience with our Tico (Costa Rican) family, we are building the confidence needed to speak in Spanish.

Each day we wake up early with the sun and eat breakfast with our host families. We converse about what we have planned and make our way to the school. Spanish class starts at 8:30 a.m. sharp each morning and lasts until 12:30 p.m. with two fifteen minute breaks. After taking an hour to walk around and eat lunch, we either have a Costa Rican cooking class or dance class followed by another class taught by our faculty leader, Professor Aggie Johnson. During the cooking classes, we have learned how to cook several local dishes, like Patacones (smashed plantains that are fried, like chips) with guacamole and beans, biscochos (a Costa Rican corn cookie), and empanadas, all while learning our way around the kitchen speaking Spanish. During our Latin dance class, we learn one of three styles of dance: merengue, salsa or bachata. As we move our hips to the beat, we have fun dancing with each other and a variety of other students who also are attending Intercultura.

Our other class, with Professor Johnson, is a Spanish literature course that will eventually end with each of us writing and reading our own short stories. This class is more challenging, as we come to class and discuss a short story completely in Spanish each day. After class, we head home to eat dinner with our host families and talk about our days. It’s non-stop Spanish speaking until we go to bed.

As we are ending our third week here in Heredia, a suburb of the country’s capital of San José, we have experienced many different adventures. From seeing an active volcano, Póas, visiting a waterfall garden, taking a tour of the coffee plantation Doka (a local company near Heredia), to taking weekend trips to San José, we are not missing out on anything that Costa Rica has to offer.

In the next two weeks we are going white-water rafting on Mount Chirripó, the highest peak in Costa Rica, and making our way to Playa Sámara for a week. There, we will spend the week with another homestay family and attend classes right on the beach. When the week ends, we will make our way back to Heredia for one night and fly back to the United States on June 11.

As the Ticos say here in Costa Rica, ¡Pura Vida! (which translates to “pure life”)

Source:  Flagler College

Chronicle

“Chronicle” Is a Total Waste

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“What a Waste”

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Chronicle is another one of those movies in which the gimmick is that the audience sees what the characters in the movie have recorded themselves with a camera, and yet we see footage from more than one camera and even footage from surveillance cameras, as well.

Right. What is the point of the gimmick, especially when such extraordinary lengths have to be taken to be able to show the person behind the camera, like, for example, when he is flying up in the air high enough to almost get hit by a passing airliner?

At the beginning of the movie, we meet Andrew, a high-school senior, and he establishes the gimmick when he sets up a camera on a tripod in his bedroom and then says to his drunken father outside the door, “I bought a camera, and I’m filming everything from here on out.”

Andrew takes the camera to school with him and keeps it recording while he is eating lunch by himself on the bleachers at the football field, and we see him creep out the cheerleaders who are practicing their routines and also see him get picked on by bullies.

Now, any intelligent person in the audience is going to figure out that this is going to play a part later in the movie. You guess which one.

Andrew has a cousin named Matt, and Matt tells Andrew not to take his camera with them when they go to a party together, but naturally Andrew doesn’t listen.

While they are at the party, Matt and another friend of theirs named Steve find something out in the woods, and they tell Andrew to come out and get it on tape.

It is a large hole with a loud unusual noise coming up out of it, Steve falls in the hole, and Matt and Andrew, who keeps the camera with him, of course, go down into the hole after Steve.

We don’t see what is in the hole, and the movie cuts to a different day when we see that the three boys have unusual powers that they are trying out and practicing, powers that allow them to manipulate objects with just their minds, and they learn that they can increase their abilities with practice.

So, do they do good or evil?

Chronicle is a total waste.

I’m Dan Culberson and this is “Hotshots.”

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“The Company Men” Devastating, Yet Heartwarming

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“Devastating, Yet Heartwarming”

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The Company Men - PosterTHE COMPANY MEN is a very good, yet devastating look at what the effect the economic recession of 2008 had on a group of successful businessmen who worked for the same company, as well as how it affected their families when they got fired.

No, “fired” is such an ugly word. Let’s just say they got “laid off.”

The company in question is an international transportation company with headquarters in Boston that started out as a shipbuilding company.

Ben Affleck stars as Bobby Walker, the head of the sales division for one of three shipyards in the company, where he has worked for 12 years, and he comes into work one morning all excited about the round of golf he had just shot only to be greeted by silence in a conference-room meeting of his department.

“What’s the matter?” he asks. “Did somebody die?”

Even though consolidating divisions had been discussed for months, two of the shipyards were closed, and the company lawyer, Sally Wilcox, played by Maria Bello, had fired Bobby without even telling him.

Excuse me. “Laid him off” without telling him.

When Bobby gets home, he tells his wife, Maggie, that he doesn’t want to tell anybody else what happened until he gets another job. Is he showing pride? Stubbornness? Stupidity?

Tommy Lee Jones plays Gene McClary, who started the company with his college roommate. He is friends with Bobby and invites him to lunch, but Bobby gets up and leaves after refusing Gene’s offer to help him.

Pride? Stubbornness? Stupidity?

Bobby believes that he is a 37-year-old loser without a job who can’t support his family, and when Maggie’s brother offers Bobby a job working construction with him, Bobby turns him down, too.

Pride? Stubbornness? Stupidity?

Incidentally, Kevin Costner plays Maggie’s brother, and his phony Boston accent doesn’t help the suspension of disbelief any.

We follow other company men who get laid off, including Phil Woodward, played by Chris Cooper, whose wife won’t let him come home until after six o’clock every day, because she doesn’t want the neighbors to know that he lost his job. He even has to carry his briefcase with him.

This might sound like a real downer of a movie, and it is until toward the end, when it becomes quite heartwarming.

THE COMPANY MEN is devastating, yet heartwarming.

I’m Dan Culberson and this is “Hotshots.”

Colorado Magazine February 16th - 23th, 2009 - Boulder Restaurant Show

Colorado Magazine March 2nd – 8th, 2009 – Boulder Restaurant Show

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Next up on Colorado Magazine, it’s the Boulder Restaurant Show. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Pizza, Sandwiches, Coffee, Sushi, Burgers or a tasty foreign treat. we have the best of Boulder Restaurants all right here on this episode of Colorado Magazine. We visit with Snarf’s Sub Shop, Sushi Tora. Great Harvest Bread Co., V.G. Burgers, Marie’s Café, Chef’s Mart, Peet’s Tea & Coffee, The Original Pancake House, Khow Thai Café, Munson Farms, Jalino’s Pizza, Chez Thuy and Joe’s Espresso.

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