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  • Join the Club

    published December 27, 2001

    Buntport Theater wants you to get out from in front of your TV set to enjoy some live midweek theater. And how do they implement that... More >>

  • By Design

    published December 20, 2001

    After nearly twenty years, the Museum of Outdoor Arts, whose collections have been buffeted from port to port looking for a final resting place,... More >>

  • Shopping Without a Net

    published December 20, 2001

    They haunt Christmas Eve afternoon, those hollow, credit-card-clutching wraiths who just plumb forgot: last-minute shoppers loaded down... More >>

  • Life's Rich Tapestries

    published December 6, 2001

    Nationally recognized folk artist Eppie Archuleta is weaving again in her San Luis studio. The octogenarian, who comes from a long line of... More >>

  • Something to Kvell About

    published November 29, 2001

    If you grew up Jewish and American in a certain time and place, Yiddish -- that linguistic mishmash of German, Hebrew, drama and high sarcasm --... More >>

  • Art for AIDS' Sake

    published November 29, 2001

    For the past few years, Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art has simply closed its doors on "A Day Without Art," a global observance of World AIDS... More >>

  • Bruise Brothers

    published November 22, 2001

    People were shocked a few weeks ago when New York City firefighters and police officers scuffled during protests at Ground Zero; the firefighters... More >>

  • Splash Away All!

    published November 22, 2001

    'Twas the day after Thanksgiving, when cash-strapped Ocean Journey Announced plans in the works for something quite corny. The seaweed... More >>

  • Come to Me, Papa

    published November 15, 2001

    A writer of sociopolitical depth far beyond his thirty years, PEN/Hemingway Award-winner Akhil Sharma says he looks to "bad" writers -- "the ones... More >>

  • Women's Work Is Never Done

    published November 8, 2001

    Colorado's virtual Women of the West Museum can be accessed only by computer, but its commitment to the interactive spread of knowledge and... More >>

  • Curtain Call

    published November 1, 2001

    Like his many fantastic creations over the years, Lonnie Hanzon is a bit of magic himself: His credits sparkle like the bejeweled Christmas trees... More >>

  • Village People

    published October 18, 2001

    In the last decade, Boulder dance maven Danelle Helander journied to the far reaches of the world to complete a four-year cultural-exchange... More >>

  • No Holds Bard

    published October 18, 2001

    This is Shakespeare as you've never seen it before: When East High graduate Thaddeus Phillips hits the stage for his solo performances... More >>

  • Eat Your Heart Out

    published October 11, 2001

    When times get tough in the world, as they no doubt have, there are two things you can do to ease the stress: First -- what a no-brainer -- you... More >>

  • Smoke Gets in Your Eyes

    published October 4, 2001

    Think of jazz photography, and you must think of Herman Leonard, the shutterbug whose moody shots of the '40s and '50s jazz pantheon of 52nd... More >>

  • Avant Asia

    published October 4, 2001

    It's not your old-fashioned chinoiserie, jade Buddhas and the like: In the European and Asian art markets, cutting-edge contemporary art from... More >>

  • To Be or Not to Be

    published September 13, 2001

    Capital punishment: yes or no? It's a hot issue that's not likely to cool down soon. But one important consideration is often missing from all the... More >>

  • Ladies First

    published September 13, 2001

    Forget Julia. The heck with Angelina Jolie. Modern-day Hollywood may boast its fair share of sculptured and big-lipped babes with personality to... More >>

  • Dog's Best Friend

    published September 6, 2001

    William Wegman's life went to the dogs long ago. He's been turning weimaraners into objects of art since the early '70s, when he first began to... More >>

  • A-maze-ing Grace

    published August 30, 2001

    At Chatfield Nature Preserve, the corn is high. Really high, as in nine feet tall, a rise tall enough to cover the pate of the old Corn King... More >>

  • Love Is All You Need

    published August 23, 2001

    Be prepared: A night at the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus owes far more theoretically to Tod Browning's Freaks than it does to Ringling... More >>

  • Trial by Fire

    published August 16, 2001

    Denver is a festival town: Our hot, dry, sunny summers and balmy autumns are not just a boon to the sunscreen industry -- they also provide the... More >>

  • Desert Bloom

    published August 9, 2001

    Some poets don't live in ivory towers. Some don't even come close. New Mexican bard Jimmy Santiago Baca started out on a tougher road than most... More >>

  • Pumping Poetry

    published July 26, 2001

    What will it take to win this year's upcoming National Slam Poetry Competition? Denver's team, nearly a carbon copy of the one that lost in... More >>

  • Game Boy

    published July 19, 2001

    Been there, done that. There are psychologists and birdwatchers and cowboys and gourmands solving crimes in books these days, along with the... More >>

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