Robin Chotzinoff

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  • 5 years ago | Cafe Society

    It's not quite spring, but there's hope: Ramps and morels are on the menu. If the weather wasn't so cold and rainy, the waiter could open the glass garage door that separates our table from the patio. Soon, he says. Beyond the patio and the parkin...

  • 11 years ago | Longform

    Fletcher Stumph will drive a Greyhound bus between Steamboat Springs and Salt Lake City for six more days. After that, the route, along with 260 stops in thirteen northern states, will disappear. The price of gas is up and ridership is down -- tha...

  • 12 years ago | Longform

    Dena Melinn's right foot has a nasty reddish look, barely bends at the ankle and is twice as big around as her left, as though the swelling from two years ago never really subsided. "I shattered my heel jumping a big, big gap," she says. "I broke ...

  • 12 years ago | Longform

    Amid the nourishing chaos of city life, we urban dwellers find ourselves brain-deep in startling juxtapositions. Mid-morning one Tuesday, a formation of squawking geese sweeps its shadow across a used-bookstore window, dimming the dog-eared covers...

  • 12 years ago | Longform

    The Bullard family has leased the building at 1443 Stout Street for 35 years, most of which were seriously downscale. "It was nothing but a joint all those years," Rusty Bullard, now forty, admits. And until five years ago, that joint was divided ...

  • 13 years ago | News

    Let's say you want to stage a terrorist attack on Parks College in Thornton. Unfortunately for the students inside, it wouldn't be tough to lurk around the perimeter, waiting to strike. You could conceal yourself in the dense mat of junipers plant...

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