Ready to plan your weekend? Here are some stories, reviews and features you'll find in the April 20 GO!
- On the cover: Comedians Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy. Foxworthy is famous for his "You might be a redneck" one-liners, though he doesn't have a "You might be from Colorado" joke just yet. Foxworthy and fellow comedian Larry the Cable Guy will bring their "We've Been Thinking Tour " to The Broadmoor World Arena on Friday.
- Theater critic T.D. Mobley-Martinez takes a look at Funky Little Theater's "Sylvia," which runs through April 30. Directed by Chris Medina, the comedy was "Funny, yes, and nuanced and human and just a little poignant," said our reviewer.
- If you're looking to find fun beyond the Springs, check out Wine around Colorado. More than 30 wineries around the state will participate in the second annual wine tasting being held over two weekends - Saturday and Sunday April 22-23 and May 6-7. Wineries include Decadent Saint in Boulder, Snowy Peaks Winery in Estes Park, Kingman Estates Winery in Denver, Leroux Creek Vineyards in Hotchkiss, Talon Winery in Palisade, Turquoise Mesa Winery in Broomfield and Two Rivers Winery in Grand Junction.
- Dining reviewer Robin Intemann visits The Bistro on 2nd in Monument. This eatery's lineup features some eclectic entrées, ranging from schnitzel to pasta, pepper steak to liver and onions.
- On the beer scene, our Pikes Pub columnist Stephanie Earls explores collectors of breweriana. She writes, "when the U.S. beer industry hit an all time low almost 40 years ago, even a modest dadcave had the necessary display space for memorabilia from all 42 American brewing companies, with plenty of room left over for golf trophies. Today, I imagine few hobbyists have the free time, square footage or budget required to amass a comprehensive collection."
- Food editor Teresa Farney talks about Cooking for a Cause, a series of monthly cooking demonstration dinners put on by Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado.
Find all these stories and more at gazette.com and in Thursday's GO! section in our print Gazette. And watch A&E writer Jennifer Mulson on KKTV 11 News promoting GO! Wednesday morning in the accompanying video.