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Pikes Picks: Excuse to enjoy grilled cheese and beer; must-hear relationship podcast

May 18, 2017 Updated: May 18, 2017 at 4:10 am
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IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR ARLA FOODS - To celebrate National Grilled Cheese Month, cheese company Arla Dofino serves up signature Havarti, Gouda and braised beet grilled cheese sandwiches from Morris Truck, Wednesday, April 1, 2015 in New York. For the recipe visit ArlaFoodsUSA.com/grilledcheese. (Photo by Diane Bondareff/Invision for Arla Foods/AP Images)

Get your grilled cheese/craft beer on

If melty, gooey grilled cheese is your comfort food of choice, The Colorado Springs Grill Cheese Fest on May 20 has you covered. And they'll up the comfort level with a side of tasty local beer. The event is a fundraiser for the nonprofit Ascending to Health which helps the homeless recover from hospital stays and find places to live. Fest guests can sample ¼ gourmet sandwiches made by seven area restaurants including The Warehouse and Seeds Cafe, along with 4-ounce pours of beers from seven local breweries such as Local Relic and Triple S. There will be country/jazz music by LDK Band. Find your cheesy beer nirvana from 4 to 9 p.m. at Catalyst Campus, 555 E. Pikes Peak Ave. Tickets are $20 and are likely going fast at www.athrc.com. Must be 21 or older. ~Michelle Karas

Can't get enough of relationship podcast

I love to hear how couples met and how they navigate the ups and downs of their relationship. Apparently Giulia Rozzi and Will Miles do, too. The real life couple - both comedians - host "Hopefully We Don't Break Up," a podcast that features a different couple every week. Rozzi's first question - how did you meet? - kicks off a conversation that can go in many directions, from the spiritual to the shallow. Rozzi tends to ask personal questions but guests almost always respond in kind, making the listener feel like a fly on the wall of an intensely private conversation. The inherently nosy eavesdropper in me can't get enough. ~Jennifer Mulson

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