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    Amanda Sepeda keeps an on the TV while cheering on the Broncos at the Tilted Kilt in Denver on Jan. 19.

  • Christy Fantz

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    Christy Fantz



It’s Super Bowl weekend, so let’s get down to business. The game begins at 4:30 p.m. on FOX, so get your ass on the bus to Denver (for free with your BuffOne ID) and watch the Broncos beat up on the Seattle Seahawks. Do not drink and drive! Read that sentence over three times, click your heels, then take a rip off your bong. You will get a DUI and I won’t bail you out. Good talk.

Parties of note in Denver

A Game of Giving Fundraiser: Superbowl XLVIII

at Casselman’s, 2620 Walnut St., Denver: Casselman’s will feature a giant big screen and five other flatscreens. For 25 bucks you get an all-you-can-eat buffet, Odell beer and Jell-O shots until the end of the game, plus a ticket for prize drawings. Proceeds benefit five different Denver charities (from which you get to pick).


Super Bowl pot luck at Spill, 1410 Market St., Denver: Bring your favorite food (finger foods, chips, veggies, deserts, etc.) and share with new friends. This meet-and-greet is being held for those looking for new pals. Put on a nametag, dive into some food and make new friends while watching the game.


Jake’s Food & Spirits, 3800 Walnut St., Denver, is giving your party a free pitcher of beer and a basket of wings, just because the Broncos made it to the Big Game. BUT! You must make a reservation. The bar has 11 flat screen TVs and a giant projector screen.


La Biblioteca, 1610 Little Raven St., Denver, is offering bottomless food and free-flowing cocktails for $35.


ViewHouse, 2015 Market St., Denver, has 42 TVs to watch the game, features $2 touchdown shots and TV giveaways.


Jackson’s, 1520 20th St., Denver, across from Coors Field, has more than 40 TVs, with various watching rooms; and Sports Column, 1930 Blake St., Denver, also has TVs all over, a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar on Sundays and arcade games.


Non-Super Bowl events

Ice Queens of Comedy at the Oriental Theater, 4335 West 44th Ave., Denver, is hosting a lineup of laughs. Locals Jordan Doll and Troy Walker host the gig, and the featured comedians are New York’s Kate Berlant and Chicago’s Beth Stelling. Get stoned, go laugh and get a free large pie from Sexy Pizza with ticket purchase.; Friday at 8 p.m.; $15


The Chinese New Year Celebration at The Paramount Theatre, 1621 Glenarm Pl., Denver, hosted by the Chinese American Foundation of Colorado and the Denver Chinese School, will be celebrating the Year of the Horse. The entertainment includes artists and performances in acrobatics, magic, opera, folk songs, the lion dance, Kung Fu. Plus, there’s a cultural fair and sampling of authentic food.; Saturday 1:30-4 p.m.; $28-$80 (includes free parking)


Mellow Mushroom, 201 16th St., Denver, is hosting it’s third annual Art of Winter: RAD: 80s Ski Party on Saturday at 8 p.m. Dress in that cheeseball ’80s skiwear, jam out to ’80s tunes and have a snow cone, that will be served out of a real ski gondola on the patio. There will be prizes for best getup, including rad snowsports gear.


Contact Christy Fantz at 303-473-1107 or