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1999 Stories by Susan Froyd

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  • Night & Day

    published March 25, 1999

    Thursday March 25 In an age when there's an art walk each month to suit every taste, you have to figure the time is ripe for an... More >>

  • Seasoned Liberally

    published March 25, 1999

    Back in a dark corner of America's post-war baby boom, a small contingent of kids grew up in a manner directly counteractive to the suburban ethos... More >>

  • Dirty Dancing

    published March 18, 1999

    Calling Don Becker a "writer/performer" seems hopelessly euphemistic, though it's the term he uses himself. Middle-aged, one-armed and equal parts... More >>

  • Writer in the Sky

    published March 18, 1999

    Journalist David McCumber headed up to Montana to become a ranch hand--from scratch--with a book deal already in hand. But the resulting... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published March 11, 1999

    Thursday March 11 It's a fundraiser that makes it so easy to give, you'll hardly know you're doing it. Here's the deal: All you have... More >>

  • Outside Looking In

    published March 11, 1999

    Out-of-body, out of your mind--that's the typical cynical response to any mention of the elusive out-of-body experience. Still, there are... More >>

  • Trolling Motors

    published March 4, 1999

    We usually think of scientists as a pretty dry and serious bunch. But a new exhibit at the Denver Museum of Natural History, Cruisin' the Fossil... More >>

  • Out and About

    published March 4, 1999

    Humor is the great curative potion for pain. It's a concept we're all familiar with, and it's something Canadian director David Adkin has mulled... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published February 25, 1999

    Thursday February 25 There are damn few throat singers in the world, let alone Tuvans--all of which serves to make an appearance by... More >>

  • Different Jokes for Different Folks

    published February 25, 1999

    Shaun Landry's story is completely believable. An actress first, but one with funny pretensions, the native of Chicago's South Side worked her way... More >>

  • Walk on the Wild Side

    published February 18, 1999

    A bottle tree in the sunshine is something to see, glittering like spotlit costume jewelry hanging off some giraffe-necked runway model. But a... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published February 18, 1999

    Thursday February 18 The funny stuff in Real Women Have Curves, opening tonight at 8 at El Centro Su Teatro, 4725 High St., couldn't... More >>

  • Caught in the Act

    published February 11, 1999

    One reason to attend this weekend's Denver Jazz on Film Festival is for the rarities screened there--brilliant glimpses of musicians at work,... More >>

  • Black and White in Color

    published February 4, 1999

    Burnis McCloud was one of those unsung heroes who go about what they do, first, because they have to, and second, because they love to. But time... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published February 4, 1999

    Thursday February 4 Another arm of the Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center's Red Scare/Black List: McCarthyism and the Arts... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published January 28, 1999

    Thursday January 28 Prepare to stretch your mind: When noted journalist David Barsamian drops by the Tattered Cover LoDo tonight at... More >>

  • Night & Day

    published January 21, 1999

    Thursday January 21 The Colorado Symphony Orchestra honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. tonight with a SuperClassics Concert that's... More >>

  • L'Chaim To Life!

    published January 21, 1999

    Like many old structures around Denver's Capitol Hill neighborhoods, the Temple Events Center Uptown--in its heyday the third home of Congregation... More >>

  • Poetry in Motion

    published January 14, 1999

    A 1992 Nobel laureate whose work is the extraordinary sum of disparate yet intertwining parts, black West Indian poet and playwright Derek Walcott... More >>

  • Hot Wired

    published January 14, 1999

    The word "wire" trips on itself right out of the gate: Fraught with imagery of fences and telephone poles, it's all about boundaries--where one... More >>

  • The Trouble With Harry

    published January 7, 1999

    Michael Connelly always knew he wanted to write crime novels; once dipped in the noir Los Angeleno universe of Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe,... More >>

  • Rockin' to the Core

    published January 7, 1999

    As any artist will tell you, cooperative galleries can be flighty endeavors, easily ravaged by lack of organization and/or funds, in no particular... More >>

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