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2009 Stories by Susan Froyd

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  • Zombie Heaven

    published October 22, 2009

    Strobe lights? Check. Fog machines? Check. Zombies? Well, duh! City of the Dead, a new haunt in town, is all about the undead, from start... More >>

  • Faces Forward

    published October 22, 2009

    When fine artist Jenny Morgan last showed work in these parts, the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design grad was all the buzz — young,... More >>

  • Jews With Views

    published October 22, 2009

    The idea of Jews as political radicals is an easy reach for me: My Jewish leftist folks, after all, stumped for Henry Wallace and the Progressive... More >>

  • Laughs for Lit

    published October 22, 2009

    Like many deserving cultural side products, the literary journal hasn’t fared well during the recession. Even the really good ones, like the... More >>

  • Cinema on the Edge

    published October 22, 2009

    In terms of permeating the public mindspace, Halloween is huge. I mean HUGE. Throughout October, we’re all busy building awesome costumes,... More >>

  • Howl-oween Haunt

    published October 15, 2009

    Teresa Garcia says her father is the oldest practicing veterinarian in Colorado, and although she might be stretching the truth, one thing’s... More >>

  • Scream and Scream Again

    published October 15, 2009

    You know, you just can’t walk out on the street these days without bumping into a zombie or two. With half the city getting zombie makeup... More >>

  • After the Ghoul Rush

    published October 15, 2009

    From its notorious gunfights and shady ladies to its gold-mining glory days to the “Face on the Barroom Floor,” Central City has more... More >>

  • Pure Energy

    published October 15, 2009

    Don’t even try to understand how Thaddeus Phillips puts together a performance. He plucks seemingly random things from the air and somehow... More >>

  • Mongol Society

    published October 15, 2009

    When you first think of Genghis Khan, you invariably picture a fierce-looking barbarian Mongol in a flashy helmet with awesome facial hair of the... More >>

  • Light Entertainment

    published October 8, 2009

    First of all, 7dancers spokesman Lee Prosenjak notes, there are actually eight dancers in the cast of Passengers, but that’s... More >>

  • Shelf Lives

    published October 8, 2009

    We all have a personal cabinet of curiosity lurking inside, but do we know how to open the doors? To truly understand Cabinet of... More >>

  • Straight Talking

    published October 8, 2009

    Cormac McCarthy writes the kind of books — staunch, and filled with pure, cold drama — that were made for movie-making. No Country... More >>

  • Talking Shop

    published October 8, 2009

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

  • Talking Shop

    published October 8, 2009

    Mistress Raven's been around the block, but now she's staying put. The driving force behind Rave's Oh My Goth! moved her emporium --... More >>

  • Captive Audience

    published October 1, 2009

    Four hostages held in Iraq — a British diplomat, an American engineer, a television journalist and a freelance photographer — are the... More >>

  • Taking Paints

    published September 17, 2009

    Everybody wants to be an artist, but most people are afraid to try. That’s one reason local artist Brittney Wilson opened Canvas and... More >>

  • Telling the Truth

    published October 1, 2009

    The seed for René Marie’s new one-woman play, Slut Energy Theory, was planted during a long-ago conversation with a... More >>

  • Five Cool Things: September 29, 2009

    published Sep 29, 2009

    Once a week, Susan Froyd muses on five things about Denver worth celebrating. Don't let them slip through the cracks. Flobots.org is on a roll. The nonprofit started by the Flobots, Denver's own act... More >>

  • Today's featured event: A Michael Moore preview in Boulder

    published Sep 29, 2009

    Love him or leave him: Michael Moore is either a political tastemaker an acquired taste, depending on which side of the spectrum you stand on. But one thing's for sure -- with each new film, he will a... More >>

  • Film for Film's Sake

    published September 24, 2009

    Years ago, there was this thing called repertory cinema, where you could see a different second-run film every day, which, once upon a time,... More >>

  • Today's featured event: Film for film's sake thrives at the Boulder Public Library

    published Sep 28, 2009

    Years ago, there was this thing called repertory cinema, where you could see a different second-run film every day, in a real theater -- which, once upon a time, people really wanted to do. A shared e... More >>

  • This weekend's featured events: Start with art, end with Park Hill's finest

    published Sep 25, 2009

    First Friday or last, you can always find something new in the local art world. Tonight's gallery watch yields at least a couple of fun exhibit openings, including Barnaby Furnas's really, really big... More >>

  • Story Time

    published September 24, 2009

    Fans of Stories on Stage already know and love the format: A collection of prominent actors, some local and some national, take to the stage for... More >>

  • All Cooped Up

    published September 24, 2009

    Boulder is one urban-farming kinda town. Locavores sprout like weeds there — delicious, edible weeds — and it seems like everyone in... More >>

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