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2001 Stories by Susan Froyd

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  • Gone Fishin'

    published July 19, 2001

    Fishing has long been a man's domain, especially in Florida, where the big boys go out on big boats to hook really big fish. Men, it seems, have... More >>

  • Martha, My Dear

    published July 12, 2001

    A dance festival in the summer, in Colorado? You've gotta wonder what folks are thinking. But the Colorado dance festival manages to pull it off... More >>

  • Forever Young

    published June 28, 2001

    If you're seventeen today, Bob Dylan may be an afterthought: But your boomerish folks? Well, they're a different story. Like Mizel Arts... More >>

  • Finding His Religion

    published June 21, 2001

    South Dakota artist Mark McGinnis spent the '80s exploring political and social issues in his work, in search of a doable code for living, but he... More >>

  • Web Search

    published June 21, 2001

    Are you detail-oriented? Is your spidey sense tingling? If so, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science wants you. Arachnophobes can check out... More >>

  • Hot Wheels

    published June 14, 2001

    In Pueblo, there are two distinct classes: westsiders and eastsiders. The westside folks, notes Jina Pierce, visual-arts curator at the Sangre de... More >>

  • Arvada's Milestone

    published June 7, 2001

    The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities tends to be taken for granted, in spite of its groundbreaking accomplishments. On the eve of its... More >>

  • Drawn to Comics

    published May 31, 2001

    Every kid's a comic artist. John Murphy, owner of northwest Denver's Highlander Comics and Games, can vouch for that: "When my comic store had... More >>

  • Feet First

    published May 24, 2001

    In America, we've got a holiday for everyone and everything. And in case you didn't know, May 25 is, by governmental decree, National Tap Dance... More >>

  • Three's a Charm

    published May 24, 2001

    Growing pains are to be expected in any endeavor as ambitious as the Celebrate Colorado Arts Festival, but no one could have predicted the... More >>

  • High Cul-toure

    published May 17, 2001

    When was the last time you had a life-altering art encounter? Folks at the Mizel Museum of Judaica are willing to bet, well, never.... More >>

  • Cellar's Market

    published May 17, 2001

    It's been a few years since we've heard a peep out of the Mackey Gallery: Artist/proprietor Mary Mackey closed the venue in 1997 to concentrate on... More >>

  • Eire Heads

    published May 10, 2001

    You could call it the greening of North America, because it seems that you don't have to be Irish to enjoy things Gaelic in the New World.... More >>

  • Sage Words

    published May 3, 2001

    The spread-out life women lead in the rural West poses unique challenges, not the least of which would be steering through the vagaries of... More >>

  • Click Me

    published April 26, 2001

    Think of the theater, and you think of a curtain, a proscenium, a rack of lights. Characters enter and exit; a story is told. But how, within... More >>

  • Love Yourself

    published April 19, 2001

    Local freelance writers Erin Kindberg and Wendy Burt don't make any bones about it: Their new book, Oh, Solo Mia! The Hip Chick's Guide to Fun... More >>

  • Back to the Future

    published April 19, 2001

    Denver painter and newspaper illustrator Herndon Davis is best remembered in these parts for his "Face on the Barroom Floor," a dreamy portrait... More >>

  • Dreamy Visions

    published April 5, 2001

    In photographer Jerry Uelsmann's visionary world, nothing is necessarily where it's supposed to be: A tree and the earth in which it's rooted... More >>

  • Spreading the Words

    published March 29, 2001

    Thomas Buckner only interprets living composers. An expressive, theatrical baritone (and the grandson of IBM founder Thomas Watson) who's part... More >>

  • Fresh Eire

    published March 15, 2001

    When local historian and native nice Jewish boy Phil Goodstein steps up to the podium at the Mercury Cafe this Friday evening to speak on... More >>

  • Boomer's Paradise

    published March 8, 2001

    Ah, those were the days. Rockin' with Alan Hodges and His Nite Owls. Cruising your T-Bird to the Frosted Scotchman. Catching fouls at Bears... More >>

  • Book 'em, Denver

    published March 8, 2001

    As any mother of a library-going three-year-old will tell you, returning 21 thin picture books on time every three weeks is easier said than done.... More >>

  • Life in Focus

    published February 22, 2001

    The once-upon-a-time life that photojournalist-turned-author/mom Deborah Copaken Kogan -- five-foot-two and barely two steps out of Harvard --... More >>

  • Dog People

    published February 15, 2001

    Most folks in Colorado could only watch with interest when the Westminster Kennel Club met at Madison Square Garden last week for the most elite... More >>

  • Planet Mars

    published February 8, 2001

    Valentine's Day falls just in the nick of time -- 'tis the season when our gonads traditionally get fired up for spring, the season of... More >>

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