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  • Small World

    published December 26, 2002

    Kids are such deep little creatures. Though most parents will shake their heads at the notion of youngsters making truly meaningful New Year's... More >>

  • First Rites

    published December 26, 2002

    World peace and global unity: Those inseparable humanitarian concepts seem to hit home a little harder as we segue into 2003, and there are plenty... More >>

  • Rat On!

    published December 19, 2002

    The Nutcracker: Been there, done that. The classic Christmas ballet has been grandly produced, fiddled with, animated, televised and... More >>

  • Pieces of the Past

    published December 19, 2002

    Book dealer Linda Lebsack specializes in books on regional history, but she's also been on a Denver-history-collecting tangent, partly because... More >>

  • Small World

    published December 12, 2002

    Remember the Ice Capades? I don't. My parents wouldn't take me. Ditto for the Disney classics. My knowledge as a child of Pinocchio and... More >>

  • Talking Shop

    published December 12, 2002

    What's fun to play with, interactive, educational and not made of junky plastic? The answer is simple: just about anything at Shop, Skip... More >>

  • Talking Shop

    published December 5, 2002

    They got mountains, we got mountains. They got Yeti, we got Sasquatch. They got exotic, we got...squat. Is there any better reason to shop... More >>

  • Big Country

    published December 5, 2002

    Boulder photographer and emergency vet John McGee grew up with the same view of China as most baby boomers: The nation was a big, crowded,... More >>

  • Talking Shop

    published November 28, 2002

    Say you already loved shopping at Miss Talulah's, Robin Lohre's funky-chic Ballpark neighborhood boutique. But then you grew up and had a kid. In... More >>

  • Free For All

    published November 28, 2002

    It seems like folks don't make as much of a fuss as they used to over World AIDS Day, observed annually on December 1. It's particularly true in... More >>

  • Talking Shop

    published November 21, 2002

    'Tis the season for galleries to push affordable art for the holidays, so Gilbert Barrera and Ivar Zeile of the Cordell Taylor Gallery, 2350... More >>

  • Talking Shop

    published November 14, 2002

    Who knew? Golden-based Fulcrum Publishing is the largest independent book house in Colorado, and its output includes hundreds of titles geared to... More >>

  • Free for All

    published November 14, 2002

    Now in its 22nd year, Boulder's Imagination Makers Theater Company does something rare and wonderful for kids: It gives credibility to their own... More >>

  • Justice for All

    published November 14, 2002

    Denver's nomadic CityStageEnsemble could almost be counted among the city's disenfranchised: After losing its permanent home a few years ago, the... More >>

  • Free for All

    published November 7, 2002

    Eric Saperston certainly isn't the first person to ever climb into a vintage VW bus with his dog to follow the Grateful Dead on tour. But... More >>

  • Real Sex

    published November 7, 2002

    Faithful followers of Sex in the City must suspend their belief in return for the emotional paydirt: Though adorable Sarah Jessica Parker... More >>

  • Down Cheesecake Lane

    published October 31, 2002

    Growing up non-Mormon in Salt Lake City in the '60s and '70s, Denver artist Kirsten Easthope was not a social butterfly. Though her artistic... More >>

  • Devil May Care

    published October 24, 2002

    Classically trained actor Joshua Kane must have sold his soul for his voice: It's a booming, heart-stopping theatrical instrument, even over the... More >>

  • Feel the Burn

    published October 17, 2002

    Environmental sculptor Shan Wells grew up in southwestern Colorado, immersed in nature and the immediate landscape -- which has become his... More >>

  • Talking Shop

    published October 3, 2002

    It's no wonder the home-improvement business is going like gangbusters: People seem to be digging in and staying home these days. So, of... More >>

  • Culture Mulcher

    published September 26, 2002

    Andy Friedman is no wannabe musician. But he's taken a common hidden ambition to a new level, with a freaky twist: The freelance New Yorker... More >>

  • The Last Yard Sale

    published September 26, 2002

    It's Saturday, September and sunny: my last chance this year to trot my sorry belongings out to sell in front of our Englewood house. Early in the... More >>

  • Bye-Bye Brakhage

    published September 19, 2002

    Stan Brakhage, a longtime Boulderite acknowledged as one of the great innovators of modern avant-garde cinema, recently retired from his... More >>

  • Small Is Beautiful

    published September 12, 2002

    They're the size of baseball cards, but unlike that variety of hit-or-miss collectible, art trading cards are never assigned a monetary value.... More >>

  • Terrible Beauty

    published September 5, 2002

    Though there's no sensible way to fathom the first anniversary of unfathomable events of September 11, we'll somehow all have to remember how and... More >>

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