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  • New eats in Capitol hill
  • A spooky history
  • New talent at MATTER

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Client promotion department

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More than Fillin'

The reviews have been great for Jelly, Capitol Hill’s newest breakfast/lunch restaurant. MATTER has had a fun time rolling out their hip brand. Jelly has all the basic fare but it’s their creative options that are oozing with fun; tasty foods like their Frosted Flakes and Banana Pancakes, PB3: homemade peanut butter caramelized banana and bacon sandwiches, and their breakfast sliders really have people talking.

Don’t forget to get an order of jelly filled donut bites that come with their signature ‘homemade’ jellies buried deep inside. A trip to the corner of 13th and Pearl any day of the week will let you get a taste of what the buzz is about.


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Ghostbusters department

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For a spooky past

Late last month Rick got an email from the LA Producer of “The Dead Files”, a new series for the Travel Channel. He said that according to Haunted Places: The National Directory: Ghostly Abodes, Sacred Sites, UFO Landings, and Other Supernatural Locations by Dennis William Hauck, MATTER’s home at 2134 Market Street was none other than Belle Worden’s Brothel at 578 Holladay Street; in the mid-1800’s this location was a popular establishment in the famous ‘Red-Light District’ of Denver.

According to Dennis William Hauck, “The ghost of John Fitzgerald haunts the whorehouse where he was murdered. On March 19, 1884, he was stabbed to death as he lay sleeping in the bed of a prostitute. His lifeless body was thrown into Cherry Creek and found by a group of boys two months later. Madame Belle Worden and two of her employees were sent to jail for the murder-robbery, and the ghastly phantom of Fitzgerald returned to the scene to make sure it would never again become a house of ill repute.”

Cameron Dieterich, the producer of “The Dead Files” asked Rick if he or his staff had ever experienced anything “paranormal, strange, or just downright spooky.” Other than us wondering why there is a lovely floral wallpaper underneath layers of plaster in the store-front, we haven’t experienced anything well, paranormal. Please let us know if you feel anything ‘strange’ the next time you are at MATTER…it could be fun to have them out for a late night filming!


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New talent department

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Expanding our skill set

MATTER is proud to welcome Justin Lascelle as our newest team member. Starting in March, Justin will take on the role of Senior Interactive Designer; and brings with him a deep skill set in web and interactive design that MATTER will leverage into developing new websites, apps and more. With the increasing demand for unique and powerful websites from our clients, we felt like it was time to hire additional talent to really make those projects shine. Just how good is he? We'll let you see for yourself when we re-launch our brand new MATTER web sites next month.