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2011 Stories by Robin Edwards

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  • Have a Ball

    published December 29, 2011

    Ten years ago, Kevin Larson realized that there was almost nowhere to go in Denver where you could get decked out in your finest and ring in the... More >>

  • Jump Back in Time With Howl

    published December 29, 2011

    The annual New Year's Eve soiree Howl takes its name from Allen Ginsberg's history-making poem. And event organizer Jessie de la Cruz says... More >>

  • What's Next?

    published December 22, 2011

    Not many artists can say that they had their first gallery show when they were in the fourth grade. But they're not the artists now featured in... More >>

  • Feather Your Nest

    published December 15, 2011

    "Early in the 1900s, people were hunting birds and killing them to put them on top of women's hats," says Emily Hertz, of the Audubon Society of... More >>

  • The Show Goes On

    published December 8, 2011

    Johnny Morehouse likes numbers. In the past, he's presented joints like The Traveling Super 8 Sideshow, the 5 Minute Film Fest, and an art show... More >>

  • Visionbox Quest

    published December 8, 2011

    Though actor Bill Pullman is now well known for his vast array of stage and screen roles, including parts in Independence Day,... More >>

  • Tinsel Town

    published December 8, 2011

    There's no need to look outside the state for one-of-a-kind wearable gifts this winter. Fashion Denver's holiday market, Tinsel, will shine... More >>

  • St. Nick of Time

    published December 1, 2011

    Santa is coming! Lots of Santas are coming! As part of this year's lighting ceremony, Breckenridge is introducing Race of the Santas, which... More >>

  • Crazy Good

    published December 1, 2011

    Though Patsy Cline played her last show in 1963, Kelley Zinge will bring her back to life tonight when she stars in A Closer Walk With Patsy... More >>

  • Jerk at Work

    published December 1, 2011

    In his comedy act, Anthony Jeselnik often comes off as an arrogant jerk. But a successful one: The comedian's resume includes writing for... More >>

  • Pose and Repose

    published November 24, 2011

    Stuffing turkey and mashed potatoes in your face is an American tradition on Thanksgiving. But this year, you can also try something new by... More >>

  • Get Your Wings In Boulder

    published November 24, 2011

    This afternoon, the Boulder Library's Canyon Theater will be transformed into a 1940s radio studio by the Society for Creative Aging's community... More >>

  • Broken Records

    published November 24, 2011

    Dan Rollman's interest in setting world records began when he was ten years old and got his first copy of the Guinness Book of World... More >>

  • Make It To the Market

    published November 17, 2011

    With the news that their state funding was cut by 67 percent this year, the nonprofit Denver Options reacted by getting crafty. The result is the... More >>

  • A Turkey In the White House

    published November 3, 2011

    When playwright Karla Jennings saw a 2008 TV interview with Sarah Palin that featured a man slaughtering turkeys in the background, she cracked up... More >>

  • Who Is That Masked Man?

    published October 27, 2011

    When Ed Edmunds was in college in Greeley in 1978, he went to a costume contest and lost to a guy wearing a mask that he had painted himself.... More >>

  • Enter A Different Zone

    published October 27, 2011

    In 1959, mastermind Rod Serling introduced television audiences to another dimension: The Twilight Zone. Now, more than half a century... More >>

  • Naughty and Nice

    published October 20, 2011

    There's not much that's Victorian about tonight's Victorian Fetish Ball. There's nothing repressed or prudish about the erotic party, and... More >>

  • Draw a Bead on It

    published October 6, 2011

    Don’t be surprised if you come upon a group of unibrowed people tonight at the Tennyson First Friday art walk wearing circle skirts and... More >>

  • A Neighbor Problem

    published September 29, 2011

    The problem with cheap apartments is that the walls are often very thin. Such was the case with the dilapidated place that friends Eddie Guerriero... More >>

  • Running for Her Life

    published September 22, 2011

    When pro tennis player Diane Van Deren was diagnosed with epilepsy, the only thing she found that helped stave off the seizures was... More >>

  • Quick Read

    published September 15, 2011

    “I’ve been to a lot of readings where you can’t wait for someone to stop reading,” recalls Fast Forward Press co-founder Leah... More >>

  • Off the Wall

    published September 1, 2011

    Parskid started creating graffiti in 1999, and over the years, his spray-paint art has made its mark on the fine-art world. A solo show of... More >>

  • Not So Faithful

    published August 25, 2011

    Though it’s titled Faithful, the premise of Edge Theatre Company’s newest production tells a different story. The play... More >>

  • Food for Thought

    published August 18, 2011

    You see a lot of strange things managing a multimillion-dollar steakhouse in New York City. A woman going commando and flashing the entire front... More >>

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