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2008 Stories by Susan Froyd

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  • Kick Out the JAAMMS

    published October 23, 2008

    How is this year different from all other years at the Mizel Center for Arts and Culture? The former Leah Cohen Festival of Jewish Books and... More >>

  • Talking Shop

    published October 23, 2008

    The girlish pink-and-black curlicued, marquee-style sign in front says it all. When the decision was made to move downtown Littleton stalwart and... More >>

  • Wok This Way

    published October 23, 2008

    One of the many centerpieces of New York Times reporter Jennifer 8. Lee’s celebrated and fascinating literary foodie fling,... More >>

  • Talking Shop

    published October 23, 2008

    Tiffany Smyth hangs with belly dancers, fire performers, the Ren Fest crowd and the tribal psychedelic rock band Kan’nal, but first and... More >>

  • A Cold Calling

    published October 16, 2008

    “You want to know what it takes to sell real estate? It takes BRASS BALLS to sell real estate.” In this day and age, David Mamet’s... More >>

  • Adults Only?

    published October 16, 2008

    The works of local artist Viviane Le Courtois never fail to fascinate, but her latest installation (and the centerpiece of Trickle... More >>

  • On the Back Burner

    published October 16, 2008

    Kitchen tales wear well. Anything, after all, that’s set behind the scenes and revolves around plates of food, glorious food, in constant... More >>

  • Back to Skulls

    published October 2, 2008

    Halloween’s more elegant primo, El Día de los Muertos, is often misunderstood by those who don’t actually celebrate it: As... More >>

  • In the Bag

    published October 2, 2008

    American poet Ellen Rachlin once said, “A woman in her lifetime will spend far more hours hugging a handbag than a man,” which is the... More >>

  • Yes We Scan

    published October 2, 2008

    It was the turn-of-the-century Y2K scare and its threatened “digital apocalypse” that first inspired Omaha-based bar-code artist Scott... More >>

  • The Object of Her Affections

    published October 2, 2008

    University of Colorado at Boulder dance professor Michelle Ellsworth is like the Roz Chast of performance: neurotic, quirky, concerned with the... More >>

  • Shock of the New

    published October 2, 2008

    Though Damien Hirst was on her radar well before he sold a lot of art for nearly $41 million at Sotheby’s in September, departing MCA... More >>

  • Keeping the Peace

    published October 2, 2008

    Singapore-born violinist Kailin Yong calls himself a “fiddler for peace,” and he does so without a shred of irony or self-consciousness;... More >>

  • World Spinning

    published October 2, 2008

    What Jaime Kopke absolutely gets is how the modern world is like an atom, all neutrons and protons smashing around one another the way those... More >>

  • City of Industry

    published October 2, 2008

    Before, if I wanted insight into the changing face of modern China, I had only to consult Peter Hessler, the keen-voiced journalist and Beijing... More >>

  • Closely Knit

    published October 2, 2008

    If anything’s been a success for the Denver Public Library’s Fresh City Life series, it’s the knitting track. “We’ve... More >>

  • Moon Songs

    published September 25, 2008

    Because music journalist Tom Moon shares my kind of pan-musical taste, his new listening guide, 1,000 Recordings to Hear Before You... More >>

  • Come Together

    published September 25, 2008

    Facing History is one of those nonprofits that work behind the scenes, without much notoriety or time in the limelight. But Denver is lucky to be... More >>

  • Reign Dance

    published September 25, 2008

    In the true spirit of EcoArts, a co-sponsor of its performance here, Robert Moses’ Kin Dance Company will blend art and issues of... More >>

  • A Walk in the Garden

    published September 25, 2008

    When Boulder photographer William Corey died of cancer in the spring, he left behind a beautiful legacy few can claim: hundreds of detailed... More >>

  • Taking Debate

    published September 11, 2008

    Who knew? Talk is powerful stuff, and conservative talk-show host Dennis Prager has a huge and enthusiastic clan of fans here in Colorado, many of... More >>

  • Greener Pastures

    published September 11, 2008

    What’s new at the Rocky Mountain Sustainable Living Fair? Growth, for one thing: The festival of everything renewable under the sun... More >>

  • Poetry in Motion

    published September 11, 2008

    Within its dreamy, artsy framework, Patti Smith: Dream of Life is as much a film about the unseen director, Steven Sebring (who... More >>

  • Raising the Bard

    published September 11, 2008

    Even Michael Pennington, the acclaimed English actor who’s appeared in dozens of Shakespeare’s plays (as well as Star Wars: Return of... More >>

  • Turning World

    published September 11, 2008

    “The climate is changing. Are you?” Marda Kirn, the guiding light behind EcoArts, wants to know. Now in its third year, the... More >>

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