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1997 Stories by Tony Perez-Giese

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  • Big Digital Brother

    published February 27, 1997

    Around the world in eighty days has been reduced to eighty seconds. That's about the time it takes to call up a Boulder company's Web site and... More >>

  • The Lure of the Siren

    published February 20, 1997

    When you're working 24-hour shifts on an ambulance crew, there's always plenty of time to kill while waiting for someone to almost get killed.... More >>

  • Down For The Count

    published February 6, 1997

    An hour before Frank Martinez's first professional boxing match, his uncle is chain-smoking cigarettes while his mother, Irene, paces among the... More >>

  • Saint John of Aspen

    published February 6, 1997

    Singer John Denver has his fans, but none of them is as devout as the Reverend Mark Boyer. Editor of The Mirror, a Catholic newspaper in... More >>

  • Drilling for Days

    published January 23, 1997

    Ken Fleck's former career as an oil wildcatter in Kansas was a series of risky maneuvers--where do you drill and how deep? His present career as a... More >>

  • May We Share?

    published January 16, 1997

    There are those who think that communes reached their popular peak in the Sixties, but a new style of communal living called CoHousing is... More >>

  • Musicians to the Corps

    published January 2, 1997

    The Denver Junior Police Band, once plagued by scandal, has returned after an eight-year hiatus and is again trying to keep kids off the streets... More >>

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