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1996 Stories by Tony Perez-Giese

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  • Sprechen Sie Interactive?

    published December 19, 1996

    Six sophomores enrolled in German II file into room 208 at South High School and find their seats behind an array of microphones set up as if they... More >>

  • Hell to Pay

    published December 12, 1996

    Motorola ad campaign for its new high-tech Sport Radio walkie-talkie that pokes fun at the supposedly high cost of wilderness rescues has inflamed... More >>

  • Flickering Hopes

    published December 5, 1996

    During the frigid days of winter, 23-year-old Matthew John Cole can't help thinking about summer nights spent with his friends and family at the... More >>

  • The Word Is Out

    published December 5, 1996

    One of the most notable restrictions on the Oklahoma City bombing case, which has also been applied to the current civil case against O.J.... More >>

  • All the Booze That's Fit to Print

    published November 21, 1996

    Frank Rich took his first drink when he was ten years old. "My dad came home from work with a bottle of Jack Daniel's," Rich recalls. "He put on a... More >>

  • Mind Over Medicine

    published November 14, 1996

    Dr. Paul Hamilton always chose his own path. Sometimes he created one out of thin air. Or sand. His son Skip recalls one such incident more than... More >>

  • Broadcast Noose

    published November 14, 1996

    Denver's Journal Graphics did a killer business last year thanks to the world's fascination with the O.J. Simpson murder trial. But it took just... More >>

  • Playlist

    published November 7, 1996

    John Parish and Polly Jean Harvey Dance Hall at Louse Point (Island) This disc has garnered the worst reviews of Ms. Harvey's... More >>

  • Antlers of a Dilemma

    published October 31, 1996

    In April 1994 rancher John Avery of southwestern Colorado noticed that one of his elk herd was ill. Now, more than two years later, Avery himself... More >>

  • The Boston Chicken Party

    published October 17, 1996

    For the past year, a Minneapolis housepainter has been using his weapon of choice, the fax machine, to bombard the public and media with thousands... More >>

  • Getting a Lift

    published October 10, 1996

    Congress passed a Republican-sponsored bill last week that will cut down administrative costs for ski resorts and the U.S. Forest Service by... More >>

  • Going Ape

    published September 26, 1996

    Twelve years of research and close to $3 million of taxpayer money have made scientist Mark Laudenslager's monkey project a sitting duck for... More >>

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