I got turned on to Pho 95 from my Twitter Friends and Yelp last November. Yeah, I just found about the awesomness of Pho. This is probably the best Pho restaurant that I have been to along Federal. I have tried about 4 and this one keeps me coming back. Every time LA and I go the service is fast, and super courteous. Not to mention that the Pho is always bomb. They definitely give you more everything than other spots I have been to. Sprouts, basil, cilantro, jalapenos, and lime all are of kings proportions. I highly recommend Pho 95 because its Pho-nominal.
Below is from Westwords Best of...
We've eaten at our share of pho houses, skulking along Federal Boulevard for our fix every chance we get. And still, we haven't found a better bowl of pho than the one served at Pho 95. The enormous bowls of noodles, floating in brilliantly flavored broths stockpiled with raw and cooked meats, arrive with heaps of Asian greens, rings of jalapeño and lime wedges. The pho will bowl you over, as will the genuine congeniality of owner Aaron Le, who never forgets to profess his thanks for your patronage.
1002 S. Federal Blvd.
Denver, CO 80219
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Wait What just released their mixtape called The Notorious XX that pits The Notorious B.I.G.’s familiar voice over the musical tracks of The XX’s debut album. It’s a totally different feel on Biggie’s side as well as XX’s side and I think it’s definitely worth a listen, especially since it’s free to download. DF* (via DoobyBrain)
Turntablists, mark your calendars: Saturday, May 1 at the Walnut Room, DMC Denver is going down. And two of the Mile High City's finest DJs, Vajra and Chonz, will be judging to determine who advances to the DMC finals in New York this fall. Better bring your A-game, though. Both of those cats are past DMC contenders and not to be fucked with on the ones and twos.
Sponsored by Dent and the Walnut Room, the folks who brought you the Put Yo' Money Where Ya Mouth Is MC battle, the battle is open to DJs who register by Friday, April 30 and come prepared to showcase with two routines, one two minutes long and the other six minutes. Up for grabs, the chance to compete in NYC for the title as well as a Rane TTM-56s Mixer or a SL 3 for Scratch Live. For complete rules and to register, hit up the DMC website.
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FRIDAY APRIL 16, 2010
DCCS collective art space(425 Lincoln)
CONSCIOUS REGGAE MASSIVE UNITE!!!
THE ROOTS DANCE RETURNS!!!
Inside a GREAT NEW VENUE: DCCS art co-op space(435 Lincoln)
Massive Conscious Reggae Sounds by Selector's Uplifter, NikkaT, plus Jah Sonic(KGNU/boulder)
"Nice Up the Dance" art installation by Micheal Coriano
Wonderful Ethiopian Cuisine by Konjo Catering
Dispensaries: C.A.M. & Treeline Premier
Vendors: African Heritage Apparel & RAS Farms
Haiti Earthquake Relief Fundraiser featuring: LiVity, Satori Movement, Unity Boutique, Dubwise Collective, & Jiberish Clothing
Complimentary Refreshments: Guayaki Yerba Mate & Alaskan Beer
Plus LOTS more!!!
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Selena was a Mexican-American singer who is regarded as one of the biggest stars of the Tejano genre of music. She was born in Lake Jackson, Texas and grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas, where she began her musical career. Her father, Abraham Quintanilla Jr., was a singer with the original Los Dinos from 1957-1972, and nurtured the burgeoning musical talent of his children. Selena, her brother Abe III (bass), and their sister, Suzette (drums), were a second generation of Los Dinos. Its other two members who started in the band were Ricky Vela on keyboards and Roger Garcia on guitar.
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All Guns Blazing – Judas Priest
Hell – Gein
Age Of Panic – Allied
Hypnosis – Allied
Saccrilege – Camo & Krooked
This Is My World (Icicle Remix) – Jade
Leffe – Raiden & The Sect
Not Going Back – BTK
Born Dead – Cause4Concern
Clockwok (Skynet Remix) – Stakka & Skynet
Black Monday (remix) – Stakka & Skynet
JackHammer (Vicious Circle Remix) – Universal Project
Hell Patrol – Judas Priest
Milshake – Black Sun Empire & Eye-D
All The Hate – Axiom
Rail Road – The Militia
Segments of Code – Leon Switch and Kryptic Minds
Machine Soul – Raiden & Propaganda
Horns 2000 (Dylan Remix) – Future Cut
Demons – Muffler
Methbugs – Soccom & Tamas
Scare Tactics – Cause4Concern
Black Hole – Bionick
Bit Rusher – Diode
Brainfreeze – Black Sun Empire & Eye-D
Nightcrawler – Judas Priest
Animal – Black Sun Empire & State of Mind
Love All The People – Current Value & The Dying Punks
Lifeform – Allied & NC-17
Evolve – Resound & Khanage
Immortals – No Money
The Plague VIP (Hive Remix) – Keaton & Hive
Painkiller – Judas Priest
Creep Out – Noisia & The Upbeats