James Hibberd

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  • 14 years ago | Longform

    It's described as a monster. It comes through the walls, some northeast metro Denver residents say. It wakes you up at night. It attacks without warning, then quietly disappears. Hey, stick your head outside and see if it's gone. It doesn't really...

  • 14 years ago | News

    Last December, a group of activists with the Denver Justice and Peace Committee staged a protest outside the Kohl's department store in Golden. As part of a nationwide day of action against the store chain, they chanted mock Christmas carols about...

  • 14 years ago | Longform

    Nick Delgado has a tube of the testicle cream in his pocket. He is the author of eight books, including How to Look Great & Feel Sexy, and he's scouting the room packed with muscular hardbodies at the Olympia competition and product exposition. Wh...

  • 14 years ago | News

    In 1891, a Denver rancher named John W. Springer built a mansion on the 22,000 acres that would later become Highlands Ranch. He called the mansion Castle Isabel, after his young wife. Publications by the Highlands Ranch Community Association clai...

  • 14 years ago | Longform

    First comes the Wells Fargo Wagon. Then bulldozers and John Deere tractors. Then the Centennial sanitation trucks. And then a gaggle of industrial lawn mowers, doing spins. A semi-truck from Albertson's. The Douglas County Republican wagon. And ro...

  • 14 years ago | News

    Four activists sit on the arm of a 200-foot construction crane in lower downtown. As two push off and rappel into empty space, they pull down a seventy-foot banner that reads "Wage Peace Now" and bears the likenesses of Martin Luther King Jr., Jes...

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