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A view from the stage at Number Thirty Eight (photo by Mark Antonation) | By Conor McCormick-Cavanagh, Westword | Following a lengthy fight with neighbors over noise, Number Thirty Eight, an entertainment venue at 3650 Chestnut Place, will be allowed to keep its cabaret license and host live performances, albeit with restrictions.

“The Director finds that reasonable conditions may be placed on the license to ensure that the Applicant will operate lawfully and in a manner that does not adversely impact the neighborhood,” Molly Duplechian, executive director of the Denver Department of Excise and Licenses, wrote in her May 5 decision, granting the renewal of Number Thirty Eight’s cabaret license.

Duplechian’s ruling overrides a recommendation by Macon Cowles, a hearing officer hired by the City of Denver, who’d concluded after a licensing hearing that Excise and Licenses should not renew Number Thirty Eight’s cabaret license. The hearing occurred after a handful of neighbors complained about “unbelievable” noise emanating from the 31,000-square-foot RiNo venue when it hosted live performances outdoors.
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[Thanks to Alex Teitz, http://www.femmusic.com, for contributing this article!]

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