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    Flipping the Bird at the Army

    How convenient! Even as Representative Wes McKinley and southeastern Colorado ranchers were complaining about the Army's revised plans to take part of Pinon Canyon for a training facility, a ranch family was revealing that they had had found a rare...

    @ The Latest Word by Patricia Calhoun on July 18, 2008 @ 8:37 pm
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    The Westword.com Blog Shortcut, July 18 Edition

    Things were a little slow here in the Latest Word, but the rest of our site was jumping. Here's a roundup of what you'll find around the site's blogs today. Cafe Society bit into the strange, new apple fries at Burger King. Sounds ... processed. You...

    @ The Latest Word by Cory Casciato on July 18, 2008 @ 6:07 pm
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    Zombies on the Brain

    Tonight and tomorrow, as part of The Dead of Summer film festival, the Denver Film Society will be presenting the 1985 horror-comedy classic Return of the Living Dead. It's scary, it's funny and it introduced the idea that zombies hunger for the swee...

    @ The Latest Word by Cory Casciato on July 18, 2008 @ 5:51 pm
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    Shmuckalo Bill

    Jeffrey Scott Hawn, a 44-year-old Austin, Texas, businessman who owns a ranch in Park County, was charged with 32 counts of animal cruelty earlier this week, one count of criminal mischief and theft to the tune of $20,000. You may remember Hawn (p...

    @ The Latest Word by Jonathan Shikes on July 18, 2008 @ 1:00 pm
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    Dork Night at The Dark Knight Premiere

    Film geeks scare me - and this coming from a film major. But while I appreciate the art of cinema, I have never been one of those line-up-hours-in-advance-to-catch-the-premiere types. You know who I'm talking about. The geeks who dress up like the...

    @ The Latest Word by Patricia Calhoun on July 18, 2008 @ 12:30 pm
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    Do Critics Matter? They Do With the Henrys

    John Moore wrote a critique of the Henrys in the Denver Post last weekend, pointing out some weaknesses in the system -- first among them the fact that a production stood no chance of winning awards if most of the eight critics who serve as judges ha...

    @ The Latest Word by Patricia Calhoun on July 18, 2008 @ 12:28 pm
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    McCain's New Yorker Cover

    @ The Latest Word by Cory Casciato on July 18, 2008 @ 8:33 am
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    A Green Thumb in the Eye

    For weeks, I chronicled my attempts to grow a Denver Daisy -- a PlantSelect seed that's the progeny of Rudbeckia birta and Rudbeckia "Prairie Sun," specifically chosen to commemorate the City and County of Denver's 150th birthday on November 22, 20...

    @ The Latest Word by Patricia Calhoun on July 18, 2008 @ 7:38 am
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    Bravery has no national boundaries

    Dear Mexican: A group of very young soldiers in the Mexican Army were being chased through the castle by U.S. Marines. At the end of the chase, the Mexicans realized they were trapped on a balcony and, instead of dying on bayonets, they wrapped them...

    by Gustavo Arellano on October 16, 2008
  • A pro pulls a con game in Jefferson County

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    A pro pulls a con game in Jefferson County

    Jefferson County is no social utopia these days -- and you can thank the TABOR Amendment for that. "Its preferred interpretation shall reasonably restrain most the growth of government," proclaims the second sentence of the Taxpayers Bill of Righ...

    by Patricia Calhoun on October 16, 2008
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    Help the Wynkoop celebrate a beery hoppy birthday

    Twenty years ago this month, a group of intrepid entrepreneurs opened Denver's first brewpub in LoDo, which had just become an official historic district that year, before the city even had a major-league baseball team, much less a Coors Field that ...

    by Patricia Calhoun on October 16, 2008
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    From the week of October 16, 2008

    "In the Bag," Adam Cayton-Holland, October 9 Bag Man I've found myself, recently, turning first to Ask a Mexican, then Adam Cayton-Holland's column -- and then I might read more of the paper if time permits. (And if I need more time on the...

    on October 16, 2008
  • The Peak is forced to pull up its tent stakes on Block 162

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    The Peak is forced to pull up its tent stakes on Block 162

    The prominent mega-tent that has occupied much of the once-blighted Block 162 at the corner of 15th and California streets since June is coming down much earlier than expected. Known as the Peak, the fifty-foot-high, 20,000-square-foot carpeted and ...

    on October 16, 2008
  • How Adam Cayton-Holland survived a cougar attack!

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    How Adam Cayton-Holland survived a cougar attack!

    From my many interactions with readers, it's quite clear that I'm a working-class hero. "Let me buy you a drink, What's So Funny," they all say, often in unison or song. "You're a hell of a swell guy, goddamnit, and you put into words what I'm fe...

    by Adam Cayton-Holland on October 16, 2008
  • Ryan Frazier puts his job on the line with Amendment 47

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    Ryan Frazier puts his job on the line with Amendment 47

    Ryan Frazier is in fine spirits, all things considered. He's at ease here, glad-handing and flashing warm smiles, at the clubhouse of the Heritage Eagle Bend 55-plus gated subdivision in southeast Aurora, where the grass is country-club green and...

    by Joel Warner on October 16, 2008
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    The Westword.com Blog Shortcut, July 17 Edition

    Here's your daily map to the little corner of the Internets we like to call Westword.com. Demver explained ten reasons Obama may not be the candidate for you. You can also find a report about the $10 million(!) being spent on security and the number...

    @ The Latest Word by Cory Casciato on July 17, 2008 @ 6:00 pm
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    Beyond the Music

    Photo by Michael Weintraub At the Mile High Music Festival this weekend and the YarmonyGrass Music Festival at Copper Mountain (August 15 through 17), there will be music -- lots of it -- vendors and food. And if you can spare a thought for people...

    @ The Latest Word by Amber Taufen on July 17, 2008 @ 3:54 pm
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    Signs of the Times

    You see a lot of things on a 950-mile road trip, although you don't see them for long if you're trying to average 77 miles (with gas/bathroom stops). But on that long trip yesterday from Clearwater Junction, Montana, to Denver, Colorado, the most wel...

    @ The Latest Word by Patricia Calhoun on July 17, 2008 @ 1:32 pm
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    Into the Labyrinth

    Last night's Labyrinth screening at Film on the Rocks was close to magical. I settled in at a prompt 7:30 p.m., preparing for amusement and delight when Ukulele Loki's Gadabout Orchestra took the stage. The group of annoying, loudmouthed teenagers ...

    @ The Latest Word by Amber Taufen on July 17, 2008 @ 11:07 am
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    Seven Modern Post-Mortem Movies

    Heath Ledger will be remembered for several of his movies, no doubt -- his turn in Brokeback Mountain catapulted him into the stratosphere of stardom, to be sure. But the role for which he might most be remembered is his last: that of the Joker in ...

    @ The Latest Word by Michael Roberts on July 17, 2008 @ 9:00 am
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