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1998 Stories by Susan Froyd

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  • Meet Me at the Ronnyvoo

    published May 14, 1998

    Only a pilgrim would be caught dead in blue jeans at a mountain-man rendezvous. And depending on whom he met there, the dang flatlander might... More >>

  • Dancing on Air

    published May 14, 1998

    Nancy Smith is a motion addict. "I had a childhood love for spinning, for getting dizzy and falling down," she says. "I loved swings and swingsets... More >>

  • A Slice of Cheesecake

    published May 7, 1998

    Here's to the girlie-girls of bygone days. Beginning in the 1920s, their doe eyes and impossible dimensions began to grace all persuasions of... More >>

  • What a Hoot

    published May 7, 1998

    On the folk scene, one way you can separate the newer singer-songwriter fans from the well-rooted moldy figs is to play a song. If everyone in the... More >>

  • Birds of a Feather

    published April 30, 1998

    International Dawn Chorus Day developed as a lay introduction to International Migratory Bird Day, when really serious birders convene to count... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published April 30, 1998

    Thursday April 30 During the Holocaust, Oskar Schindler wasn't the only guy with a list. Varian Fry, an American, helped a select... More >>

  • Seeing Is Believing

    published April 23, 1998

    In 1991, New York City native Julie Dash made Daughters of the Dust, a gorgeous pastiche of a film dense with African symbolism and a distinctly... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published April 23, 1998

    Thursday April 23 Some folks would just put their tails between their legs and hide in the nearest closet after being dissed for... More >>

  • Zooming in on Curtis Park

    published April 16, 1998

    When you drive through the Curtis Park neighborhood, kids are the first sign of life you'll see. They're everywhere--all sizes, shapes and colors,... More >>

  • Talking Trash

    published April 16, 1998

    When Glen Hanket and his bride, Susan, went on their honeymoon, they didn't go to Paris or a Caribbean island, or even to Niagara Falls. Instead,... More >>

  • Coffee, Tea or Meter?

    published April 9, 1998

    Paul Davis takes the mike. He's wearing loose plaid shorts, he lunges when he walks, and his glasses are smudged. "'Clocktower Physics!!'"... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published April 9, 1998

    Thursday April 9 The Evil Companions Literary Award, presented annually by Colorado State University's Colorado Review to a poet or... More >>

  • Under One Roof

    published April 2, 1998

    The idea of sustainability in architecture has been kicking around for years. Never mind that most of us haven't got the slightest idea what it... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published March 26, 1998

    Thursday March 26 The only thing better than listening to a Los Lobos record is seeing rock's best performing band live. It's no... More >>

  • Fifteen Minutes of Fame

    published March 26, 1998

    Sixty-six bands have their fingers crossed. Only a few will be lucky. But they'll all have a chance to strut their stuff Sunday at the annual... More >>

  • Wake Me When It's Over

    published March 19, 1998

    We all know Molly Brown didn't go down with the Titanic. So why host a wake in her former home, a Denver museum commemorating her name? ... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published March 19, 1998

    Thursday March 19 While playwright August Wilson reworks his script for Jitney, originally scheduled by the Denver Center Theatre... More >>

  • Women's Work Is Never Done

    published March 12, 1998

    Last year, during a Scientific and Cultural Facilities District funding evaluation, Industrial Arts Theatre (IAT) director Phil Luna sat mute,... More >>

  • Spreading the Word

    published March 5, 1998

    People hang on to the junkiest stuff in their garages and basements--old tools, newspapers, broken bicycles. But members of the Colorado... More >>

  • Machine Dreams

    published February 26, 1998

    "Tentacle Piece" squats on angular, black steel legs, spewing prehensile canvas digits that hang in expectant stasis, waiting for motion. In spite... More >>

  • San Luis Rays

    published February 19, 1998

    Frank White stands at an overlook on the high road from Taos for a long time, looking out over the clean, cool, sunny New Mexico mountains before... More >>

  • Calendar

    published February 19, 1998

    Thursday February 19 Amazing grace: No one these days gets closer to the wellspring of bluegrass than Del McCoury, a veteran of Bill... More >>

  • Heart to Heart Talk

    published February 12, 1998

    A teller of tall tales makes things up as he goes. Bailey Phelps, for instance, piles clause upon clause while he chats about the job, just to... More >>

  • Calendar

    published February 5, 1998

    Thursday February 5, 1998 Telling tales: When elder Ediberto, called "Papi-tres" by his great-granddaughter Camila, uses cuentos, or... More >>

  • Calendar

    published January 29, 1998

    Thursday January 29 Detroit wheels: Life on the streets of Detroit gave former street performer Robert Bradley ample opportunity to... More >>

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