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  • Quasi Modal

    published December 21, 2000

    Don't call him God's Gift -- Robert Gift is not a religious man. Yet every Christmas season, he settles himself into the bell tower at the City... More >>

  • Doing Time

    published December 14, 2000

    When potter Bob Smith realized a few years ago that he was in his 25th year "of being a clay guy" in Colorado, it also occurred to him that he... More >>

  • Paradise Lost

    published December 7, 2000

    Oral history plays a major role in the magic created year in and year out by Denver's Su Teatro ensemble, whose early acts of Chicano guerrilla... More >>

  • Nutcracker...Not!

    published December 7, 2000

    Looking for Christmas entertainment that's off the beaten path? Nancy Cranbourne and Patti Dobrowolski, last seen together in these parts at the... More >>

  • Shop, Shop

    published November 30, 2000

    Some people are power shoppers. They're the palm pilot-brains with impeccable budgeting skills and the remarkable ability to remember which store... More >>

  • Bialy High

    published November 23, 2000

    Most people, alas, don't even know what a bialy is, let alone how good a proper one tastes. A rarefied peasant cousin of the bagel, the bialy gets... More >>

  • Easy Riders

    published November 23, 2000

    Every artist has a shtick. For photographer Michael Lichter, it's the biker lifestyle, a milieu he's gone with, like the wind, for over twenty... More >>

  • Helping Handwork

    published November 16, 2000

    Paola Gianturco is a Bay Area marketing and communications consultant and educator. Her friend Toby Tuttle, with whom Gianturco once worked at the... More >>

  • In With the Old

    published November 9, 2000

    If you think the instrumentally correct Academy of Ancient Music -- an English ensemble formed in 1973 to reproduce, as truly as possible,... More >>

  • Innocence Found

    published November 2, 2000

    Under its many-layered, controversial and stolidly postmodern roof, the Denver Central Library houses many treasures. But one of the most... More >>

  • Case Closed

    published October 26, 2000

    Colorado is booming, and so are its mystery authors, although nobody seems to have a solid clue as to what causes detective fiction to thrive in... More >>

  • Body and Soul

    published October 19, 2000

    Artists are an independent lot -- they expose and capture their views in visual terms, giving tangible shape to what might seem, at first, like... More >>

  • House Work

    published October 12, 2000

    Local choreographer Deborah Reshotko spends a lot of time working with ordinary citizens to create community-building performances. Intermingling... More >>

  • Alley Cat

    published October 5, 2000

    When Longmont painter Rick Stoner starts snapping photos in an alley, some people get suspicious. They wonder if he's an FBI agent, or a surveyor... More >>

  • Down Under

    published September 28, 2000

    Art's truest underground -- skateboard art -- is part of a thriving industry that nobody's ever heard of. But now it's the subject of an... More >>

  • That's Kinky!

    published September 21, 2000

    Success is a burden for Kinky Friedman. Initially famous for leading the Texas Jewboys, an irreverent combo remembered for knocking country... More >>

  • Live-In Art

    published September 14, 2000

    Come on over to Susan Wick's place. The Crayola-hued walls are her palette, and the rest of the stuff -- Wick's stuff, to be precise -- is subject... More >>

  • Go West

    published September 14, 2000

    There's nothing like a fine, melodramatic oater flickering on the big screen to make you feel young again. Makes you want to don chaps and spurs... More >>

  • Green Acres

    published September 7, 2000

    The childlike joy felt when something green pops through the earth where a seed's been planted is about as basic as burping. We've all been there.... More >>

  • High Life

    published August 31, 2000

    These days, Denver homebuyers fall into two categories: the rich, and the filthy rich. Everyone else has to buy a home in Aurora, or Arkansas, or... More >>

  • Treasures Untold

    published August 31, 2000

    There are countless reasons to visit the Metro State College of Denver Center for Visual Arts' new exhibit spotlighting twentieth-century Colorado... More >>

  • The Table Set

    published August 24, 2000

    Debra Ginsberg has actually spoken to the two people in the country who didn't wait tables at some time in their lives. The rest of us, she... More >>

  • Word Is Out

    published August 24, 2000

    Denver's Society for the Advancement of Poetics has an inside joke: "We're just a bunch of SAPs," quips society founder John Munson, a poet and... More >>

  • Mandolin Wind

    published August 17, 2000

    The wee and sprightly mandolin, cousin to the workhorse guitar much as the piccolo is cousin to the flute, has a migrant nature. Though the... More >>

  • Strange Brew

    published August 10, 2000

    The average visitor at the Wynkoop Brewing Company doesn't usually walk in with art on his mind. No, he's thinking about microbrewed beer and a... More >>

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