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2013 Stories by Robin Edwards

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  • Ghost Story

    published December 26, 2013

    There’s a reason that Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol has never gone out of print. “It was published in 1843,... More >>

  • City O’ Light

    published December 26, 2013

    French food is all about rich flavors, explains City, O’ City’s new executive chef, Kurt Eichenberger. Since in traditional French... More >>

  • Hear and Now

    published December 19, 2013

    The only common thread that ties the performers together at tonight’s Soundscapes+Performance Art+Live Art is that they all fall... More >>

  • Slice of Comedy

    published December 19, 2013

    “There is this energy between pizza and marijuana and comedy,” says Sexy Pizza owner Kayvan Khalatbari. “Eventually, I’d... More >>

  • Culture Clash

    published December 12, 2013

    Mother-daughter relationships are not new territory for writer Amy Tan, who first explored the subject in her debut novel, The Joy Luck... More >>

  • Red and Blue

    published December 12, 2013

    “Being Santa in the year 2013 is probably not as much fun as it was way back when every child was happy with a train and a doll and a... More >>

  • Lean Zine Machine

    published December 5, 2013

    The Denver Zine Library has come a long way since it began in a shed on Archer Street in 2003. Making its way through six different spaces and... More >>

  • Speed Reading

    published December 5, 2013

    Just because flash fiction is short doesn’t mean that it's simple. “Some people think that because it's small, it must be... More >>

  • Building Blocks

    published November 21, 2013

    While an architect’s work is always on display in the buildings that he or she designs, it’s more rare to find it in a gallery. The... More >>

  • Hair Aware

    published November 21, 2013

    There’s an explanation for the growing number of dudes sprouting scruffy ’staches this month: Movember. The national charity raises... More >>

  • Believe Your Eyes

    published November 21, 2013

    Though Peter Samelson studied physics at Stanford University, he quickly realized that his real passion lay in theater and magic. Since... More >>

  • In the Dark

    published October 10, 2013

    Best known for penning Rosemary’s Baby and The Stepford Wives, author Ira Levin is responsible for some chilling cultural... More >>

  • Dog Daze

    published September 26, 2013

    Niza Knoll Gallery’s annual canine-inspired art show Gone to the Dogs has received a lot of interesting submissions in the... More >>

  • Sun Shines

    published September 26, 2013

    Though staring at the sun under normal conditions is not advisable, you can look at that mass of incandescent gas today at the Denver Museum of... More >>

  • Cut It Out

    published September 19, 2013

    “You can see filthy humor anywhere,” says comedian Dave Coulier. “But I think people just a lot of times want to be there with... More >>

  • Keep on Rockin’

    published September 19, 2013

    When Kristen Ashley began writing her popular Rock Chick book series, she clocked in many hours at the Denver Public Library. Ashley... More >>

  • Apocalyptic Mystery Tour

    published September 5, 2013

    Hopping on Salon Romantik’s tour bus tonight will take you on a very different sightseeing adventure than you’d have on your typical... More >>

  • Radio Days

    published September 5, 2013

    Andy O'Leary grew up on radio. As a kid, he holed up and listened to music and old-timey variety shows; now, as an adult, he's translating his... More >>

  • Worlds End

    published August 29, 2013

    “As a civilization, we’re reaching a transitional moment. It doesn’t necessarily mean doom and gloom and apocalypse and... More >>

  • Dial M for Murder

    published August 22, 2013

    Though Charles Manson has been in prison for more than forty years, the gruesome murders that he instructed his cult-like commune to commit still... More >>

  • Dresses to Impress

    published August 15, 2013

    When fashion designer Stephanie Ohnmacht visited the Clyfford Still Museum, she immediately began envisioning ways to incorporate the... More >>

  • A Really Big ’Do

    published August 15, 2013

    Affordable long-term housing in the heart of LoDo is unusual enough. But tonight, the lobby of the Barth Hotel will be transformed into the set of... More >>

  • Rhyme and Reason

    published August 8, 2013

    “Poets used to be national heroes,” says Charly Fasano. Somewhere along the way, though, their art form became elitist and... More >>

  • Net Gains

    published August 8, 2013

    Whether it’s used to end wars or just win a basketball game, withholding sex can be a powerful tool. Aristophanes recognized that when he... More >>

  • Signs Language

    published August 8, 2013

    Back in 1986, Ann Bolinger-McQuade had a gut feeling that she should get a mammogram; she followed her instinct and discovered that she had breast... More >>

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