TunesDay, pt. 2: Project Phoenix launches

Today S&R presents a second TunesDay, completely free of charge.

The anticipation is finally over: Project Phoenix, the new CD from Fiction 8, is now out. And was it ever worth the wait.

S&R readers may know F8 front man Mike Smith without realizing it: he’s a frequent commenter here (and I’ll let him unmask if he so chooses). So for us, this TunesDay is about family, sorta.

The new disc represents a significant step forward for the band. Continue reading TunesDay, pt. 2: Project Phoenix launches

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The Scrogue’s Guide to Denver and the DNC: Single Malt

usquebaugh
The Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology | Date: 1996
usquebaugh WHISKY1. XVI. — Ir. and Sc. Gael. uisge beatha ‘water of life’, i.e. uisge WATER, beatha life.

If you like single malt, you’re in for a treat. If you don’t like single malt, bear with us. We may be able to change that.

One of Denver’s purest, most exceptional treasures is Pint’s Pub, which we already mentioned in our beer and brewpubs article. And while Pint’s is a superb place for authentic traditional ale, its calling card is Scotch. Continue reading The Scrogue’s Guide to Denver and the DNC: Single Malt