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Pikes Picks: Now's time for Brown Palace reservations; 'The Disaster Artist' worthy of Golden Glob attention

By: Linda Navarro and Seth Boster The Gazette
December 28, 2017 Updated: December 28, 2017 at 12:21 pm
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James Franco in "The Disaster Artist." MUST CREDIT: Justina Mintz, A24

No need to watch "The Room," the awful movie that inspired a cult following, before seeing the movie about how it was made. James Franco is a riot in "The Disaster Artist," in which he plays the eccentric creator of "The Room." Tommy Wiseau had a hopeless Hollywood dream and made it happen - sort of. More than how it makes us laugh, "The Disaster Artist" is worthy of the Golden Globe love for how it makes us admire ambition in all of its bizarre forms. - Seth Boster

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** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE **Pedestrians pass by the front of the Brown Palace Hotel in downtown Denver, June 14, 2005. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) 

"Tea at the Brown" at Denver's Brown Palace Hotel is a wonderfully elegant tradition. The luxury hotel dates to 1892 and its history is filled with famous names from Molly Brown, days after the Titanic went down, and The Beatles to multiple presidents. Holiday Teas are an extra-special formal treat and reservations fill up a year in advance. Jan. 2 is the day to call for next Thanksgiving or Christmas season: 303-297-3111. A once-in-a-lifetime gift. - Linda Navarro

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