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  • 19 years ago | News

    Speaking calmly, as a humble martyr should, Archbishop Steven Thomas, whose "university" once granted a degree in Christian counseling to a Denver newscaster's dog, insists that he's a victim of religious persecution spearheaded by the attorney ge...

  • 19 years ago | News

    When artist Barbara Jo Revelle won a $200,000 commission in 1989 to create a two-block-long mosaic mural at the Colorado Convention Center, she learned that dealing with politicians was itself an art. Revelle, head of the photography program at th...

  • 19 years ago | News

    Last winter, residents of the Vail subdivision Booth Creek, fed up with diesel fumes filling their homes, demanded that the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) close a nearby truck chain-up station on Interstate 70. "The Vail Valley is so...

  • 19 years ago | News

    The Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Community Services Center of Colorado (GLCC) embraces all kinds. But when the GLCC hired a straight consulting firm to help run the 1996 Gay Pride festival, some people thought it was taking diversity too far. "It's l...

  • 20 years ago | News

    On a chilly November afternoon, stepping into the Forney Transportation Museum may not offer the warm refuge one is looking for. The five-story building at 14th and Platte is drafty and dim, dependent on light shining in through cracked and broken...

  • 20 years ago | News

    Even after state legislators passed a bill last March meant to open Colorado's telecommunications market, one small Lakewood company is accusing the Public Utilities Commission of helping US West enforce a monopolistic stronghold. Three and a half...