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Nov. 28 Look like a Million Bucks without Spending a Million

Patti Shyne knows how to do hair and make-up like nobody's business. On Tuesday, Nov. 28, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., she’ll share those tips with Club members.She has been an appearance coach since 1991, giving beauty advice to every top 10 TV station in the country, including KUSA.

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Nov. 21 Maggie’s take on Turkey Day dishes

Maggie’s a la carte dinners return Tuesday, Nov. 21 with this special twist on Turkey Day. The dinner is for Club members and their guests only. $17 per person. Purchase tickets below. Menu: Thanksgiving Skillet Pizza Red Devil Cranberry and Rosemary Buttermilk Biscuits Roasted Sweet Potato Squash Bowls Hassleback Potatoes Pumpkin Spice Whoopie Pies

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Nov. 21 Guest Bartender Denver Mayor Michael Hancock

We’re pleased to announce Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, who joined us at the Club for our National Historic Register plaque ceremony, will make a return visit to the Club as a guest bartender Tuesday, Nov. 21 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.

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Nov. 16 Meet the Start Up: Business Den

As part of a new series on local media startups, the Club would like to introduce you to business-news website BusinessDen, which has 15,000 subscribers to its daily roundup of local business news. Aaron Kremer started BusinessDen in January 2015, modeling it after his own RichmondBizSense in Richmond, Virginia. Prior to that site’s founding, in 2008, he was a business reporter at the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Social time starts at 6:30 p.m., with a discussion from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m

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Nov. 13 Do we really want Amazon in Denver?

We’re pleased to announce former Gov. Richard Lamm and Tom Clark, the former head of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. will be part a very special panel this coming Monday, Nov. 13 asking the question, “Do we really want Amazon in Denver?” In addition to Lamm and Clark, our panelists include Megan Schrader, editorial writer for The Denver Post, and Monica Mendoza, reporter for the Denver Business Journal. Rob Reuteman, former business editor of the Rocky Mountain News, will moderate.

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Nov. 15 Open House at The Denver Press Club

We're having an open house Wednesday Nov. 15 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. to introduce the Denver Press Club to people looking for a special place for an event. The Club, only one block from the Colorado Convention Center, is available for rental for business meetings, social events including weddings, and corporate happy hours for groups of up to 180 people.

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Nov. 14 It’s not just the South Part 2: Denver & the KKK

During our successful look last month at monuments and Colorado history, we agreed the topic of Denver and the Ku Klux Klan was ripe for further exploration. The panel is organized by Charlene Porter, author of Bold Faced Lies, a book about the early days of the KKK in Denver. Joining her will be former Denver auditor Dennis Gallagher, who is going to bring a KKK robe his mom bought at a garage sale, Betty Jo Brenner, Colorado Humanities Program Coordinator, and additional panelists to be announced. Social hour at 5:30 p.m. with program from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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Nov. 10 Denver Film Festival Documentary Hondros & Reception

The Club is pleased to partner with the Denver Film Festival Friday, Nov. 10 for “Hondros.” The film is a feature-length documentary about Chris Hondros, a conflict photojournalist who covered wars from Kosovo to Libya, where he was killed in combat in 2011. And a reception to be held afterwards at the club. For more on the movie, see official link to the film in more..

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Nov. 8 Irish Toast for Friar Matthew Smith & The Catholic Register | Klan Foe and Newspaper Pioneer

Join us to celebrate Irish-American Msgr. Matthew Smith, editor of the Denver Catholic Register, on the 90th birthday of the National Catholic Register.Free appetizers while supplies last!

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Nov. 2 #Metoo, Now what?

Sexual harassment and assault charges against powerful men recently took social media by storm under the #MeToo hashtag. Join us for a thoughtful discussion about harassment, discrimination and power in the workplace and beyond. Lee Ann Colaccioppo, editor of The Denver Post, will moderate the panel; more participants to come. Social hour at 5:30, with panel discussion from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

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Nov. 9 Central 70 or The Ditch? Inside the I-70 controversy

What makes this one of Colorado's most controversial transportation plans?

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Nov. 7: AI Artificial Intelligence & the attention economy

Tickets are free for Denver Press Club Members, and $10 for Nonmembers.

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Nov. 1: Five Years of Legal Marijuana in Colorado

Tickets are $5; free for DPC members.

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Oct 24: PRSA Influencer Mix & Mingle

This is a great opportunity to begin building or reinforce meaningful relationships with influencers.

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Oct 23: Now You Know: How to Adapt Your Story To A Podcast

Networking starts at 5:30 p.m. with a 60- to 90-minute discussion to follow.

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Oct 17: Now You Know: Kung Fu CORA

Sandra Fish will be joined by the executive director of the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition, Jeff Roberts, and Coloradoan reporter Nicholas Coltrain.

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Oct. 4: Social media tips From the Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado

Join the Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado for a panel about how to get the most from social media.

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Oct. 7th: Friends of Ken Photo Auction

On October 7th, join us for the Friends of Ken Photo Auction.

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Oct 2: It’s not just the South

As the South grapples with its controversial history, the answer increasingly is to tear down or cover statues and monuments that honor Confederate leaders. But the American West has its own demons. Colorado has been dealing with its past, negotiating with Native American tribes to come up with a solution. Social time starts at 5:30 p.m. with program from 6:30-8 p.m.

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Sep 28: Hot Picks in Cold Beer

We kick off our monthly beer-tasting events with Ed Sealover, the brewing-industry reporter for the Denver Business Journal and author of two books on Colorado breweries, and Katie Nierling, co-host of American Craft Beer Radio. 6 to 8pm

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Sept 27: Gold! Madness, Murder and Mayhem in the Colorado Rockies

Award-winning investigative writer Ian Neligh joins us Wednesday, Sept. 27 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. to take a look at the phenomenon of gold and the treasure hunters, both modern and historic. He’s brought them to life in his new book, a detailed and sharp narrative called "GOLD! Madness, Murder and Mayhem in the Colorado Rockies.”

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Sept 26: Public Book Sale

The Denver Press Club, 1330 Glenarm Place downtown, is holding a book sale Monday, Sept. 25 for its members and Tuesday, Sept. 26 for the general public. The sale runs 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. each night. The Club will sell hundreds of new and used books, some recently published and others donated by the membership of the nation’s oldest Press Club. The inventory also includes CDs and DVDs.

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Sept 25: Member Book Sale

The Denver Press Club, 1330 Glenarm Place downtown, is holding a book sale Monday, Sept. 25 for its members and Tuesday, Sept. 26 for the general public. The sale runs 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. each night.The Club will sell hundreds of new and used books, as well as other media like CDs and DVDs.

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Sept 13: Beats and Brews with City Government

The Denver Press Club welcomes city government reporters to our regular series of happy hours.

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Sept. 19th: Now You Know: How to Pitch

We're continuing our Now You Know training series Tuesday, Sept. 19, with Now You Know: How to Pitch.

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Aug 17: A Celebration of CORA Modernization

Join us Thursday, Aug. 17 at 5:30 p.m. for a celebration of open records and the CORA modernization law

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July 27: I’m Sorry for Your Loss

“I'm Sorry for Your Loss” will feature journalists who make those visits or calls, as well as the family members who have been on the receiving end. The evening starts with a reception at 5:30 p.m. and discussion from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

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