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  • Light My Fire

    published December 2, 1999

    When Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, gets under way Friday evening, they'll be lighting the first candle on menorahs all over town and... More >>

  • Tunnel of Love

    published December 2, 1999

    Down in the basement of Union Station, there's a water-stained passageway of stone masonry that leads past a solid vault door gone green with age.... More >>

  • Oldies but Goodies

    published November 25, 1999

    Beauty is out there, all over the place. So why is it so hard to find? Locating the right finishing touches for your new living salon, bedroom or... More >>

  • Rev On

    published November 25, 1999

    When you wax nostalgic for the '50s and '60s, aren't the cars what you think of first -- the '57 T-Birds and '62 'Vettes of your (or someone... More >>

  • Santa Fe Style, Part Two

    published November 18, 1999

    "Funky" still lives on Santa Fe Drive. For instance, on the 700 block, a collective of potters, painters and photographers has banded together,... More >>

  • Elvis Lives

    published November 18, 1999

    Elvis fans, you know who you are. You might be a slightly addled, middle-aged white woman -- that's the stereotypical prototype -- but chances... More >>

  • Santa Fe Style, Part One

    published November 11, 1999

    When was the last time you really saw a neighborhood in flux? LoDo is over; with the addition of a few new restaurants, the Golden Triangle will... More >>

  • A Woman’s Tap

    published November 4, 1999

    There are a lot of tangled branches in the tap-dance tree -- there are jazz, rhythm and show tap, to name a few of the principal limbs -- but... More >>

  • Lawyers, Guns and Money

    published October 28, 1999

    Gunslingers, Ghosts and Gold: The Spirit of Denver Walking Tour. Daily except Tuesday, weather permitting, leaves from Eighteenth and... More >>

  • Pandora's Boxes

    published October 21, 1999

    The thing about walking into Five Green Boxes is this: You won't want to leave. You'll want to move in and walk across the white floor and settle... More >>

  • Follow the Yellow Brick Road

    published October 21, 1999

    In the beginning, there were little people. If you understand that, you can begin to understand Charles Simonds and his work: unfired miniature... More >>

  • Wild in the Streets

    published October 14, 1999

    Alison Hawthorne Deming is a woman who knows her place. Born and raised in Connecticut, Deming came west to live in Tucson only about ten years... More >>

  • Moving Pictures

    published September 30, 1999

    Janie Geiser doesn't do just one thing. She doesn't even do two things. Instead, her creative world seems to be constantly ascending: one thing... More >>

  • Heavy Impact

    published September 16, 1999

    To be Asian-American is to be in a constant state of diffusion. It's a perspective distorted by opposing cultures, all falling under one... More >>

  • Warm Reception

    published September 9, 1999

    Half a decade ago, Boulder dance-scene veteran Danelle Helander did modern dance. Though marked by her own style and ideas, her work was still... More >>

  • The Comic Edge

    published September 2, 1999

    When Hector first formed nearly ten years ago, lots of names were tossed in the hat: Cowsville. Gary. Wilhelmina. But when someone suggested... More >>

  • The Open Space Between the Lines

    published August 26, 1999

    Can you hear the dreams crackling like a campfire? Can you hear the dreams sweeping through the pine trees and tipis? Can you hear the dreams... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published August 12, 1999

    Thursday August 12 Author Patricia Hersh doesn't just report on American teens in her book A Tribe Apart: A Journey Into the Heart... More >>

  • Saving Grace

    published August 5, 1999

    Boulder choreographer Jerri Davis says she's a lily-white girl from Idaho who grew up knowing little about domestic violence and the damage it can... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published August 5, 1999

    Thursday August 5 Oh, those Russians--so romantic, so histrionic. It takes an even hand to navigate an orchestra through all of... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published July 29, 1999

    Thursday July 29 They say Mahler's Symphony No. 7 isn't often performed because it's just so darned long, and even the most... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published July 22, 1999

    Thursday July 22 One of Denver's better cultural values--not to mention a great way to while away a summer evening--is Theater in... More >>

  • Chance of a Lifetime

    published July 22, 1999

    Judith Schwartz moved into Warren Village with her two young sons in February 1974. It was a subsidized, live-in, welfare-to-work program for... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published July 15, 1999

    Thursday July 15 While author and former Crusade for Justice member Ernesto Vigil's first-hand account The Crusade for Justice:... More >>

  • Wokkin' and Rollin'

    published July 15, 1999

    When Denver's considerable Japanese-American colony decides to throw a party, everyone gets involved. The epitome of community events, the Cherry... More >>

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