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    DAHL PARTS TWO

    part 2 of 3 Jonathan had spent most of 1990 talking about Jeff, and his conversation with Mrs. Watson convinced him that he was closer to finding his brother than he'd been all year. He thanked her, then drove to Kitty's, where Gary was working that...

    by Michael Roberts on January 31, 1996
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    DAHL PARTS THREE

    part 3 of 3 At first, Michelle says, everything was perfect. Jeff displayed his sensitivity, his humor, his good-heartedness. But he was keeping a lot of secrets. She didn't learn much about the horrors of his homeless period until months later, and...

    by Michael Roberts on January 31, 1996
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    DOUBLE TROUBLEWILL THE REAL DOUGLAS PICHON PLEASE SHOW UP?

    "I'm not very good at making a long story short," begins Douglas Pichon. "I am, however, really good at making a long story longer." This quickly becomes clear. The first thing you notice about Douglas Pichon, though, are his startling lettuce-gre...

    by Eric Dexheimer on January 31, 1996
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    OFF LIMITS

    Making book: Anyone want to bet on the outcome of the current Menendez brothers trial out in L.A.? It could all ride on what older brother Lyle is reading. According to The Private Diary of Lyle Menendez: In His Own Words, a new tome by Norma Novelli...

    on January 31, 1996
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    CALL ME A CAB

    Is this a great country, or what? Although it is not the land of his birth, my companion is defending the United States and all those truths that are supposed to be self-evident with the sort of ferocity usually displayed by taxi drivers fighting ...

    by Patricia Calhoun on January 31, 1996
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    A GRAND SLAM AGAINST WOMEN

    While all American eyes were on Tempe, Arizona, and the Super Bowl last weekend, Monica Seles swept through the field at the Australian Open tennis tournament to win her ninth career Grand Slam title. In beating Anke Huber 6-4, 6-1, Seles extended he...

    by Bill Gallo on January 31, 1996
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    LETTERS

    Addicted to Love Regarding Steve Jackson's story on Debrah Snider and Tom Luther, "A Wanted Man," in the January 24 issue: What an excellent yet sad example of what happens to some adults who were abused as children. Maybe a quarter of what they sha...

    on January 31, 1996
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    UP THE SLIPPERY SLOPE - A DENVER COUNCILMAN QUESTIONS THE WINTER PARK LAND GIVEAWAY. THE MAYOR'S OFFICE WANTS TO EDUCATE HIM.

    The City of Denver's plan to donate ninety acres of public land to a for-profit real estate venture at the Winter Park ski area got the green light from a Grand County district judge. But as the city prepares to transfer the deed on the taxpayers' la...

    by Andy Van De Voorde on January 31, 1996
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    WHERE'S THE BEEFCAKE? - STRIPPED OF HIS DIGNITY, A FORMER HARDBODY BARES HIS EMBARRASSMENT IN COURT.

    Reyel Simmons knew he was in trouble when his mother-in-law told him about the poster she'd seen at her nail salon--the one that screamed "Hardbodies Presents the Best Built Male Revue in the U.S.A." Featured were six male strippers in various stages...

    by Alan Prendergast on January 31, 1996
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    CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD - FOR MYRON KNAPSCHAFER, TO AIR IS HUMAN, TO SHRED DIVINE.SHRED ALERT SEVENTY-ONE-YEAR-OLD MYRON KNAPSCHAFER IS GOING DOWNHILL FAST--AND HE COULDN'T BE HAPPIER.

    The teenage snowboarders lie scattered under the lift like discarded socks. "Count them," Myron Knapschafer suggests. "At any given time, 25 percent of all snowboarders are sitting down. Victims of the wet-butt syndrome. Count them, multiply by four,...

    by Robin Chotzinoff on January 24, 1996
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    LETTERS

    Grammy Crackers Regarding Michael Roberts's "The Envelope, Please," in the January 17 issue: Come on, Michael, the Grammys are way too easy a target. You probably did that one in your sleep. P.T. Murray Denver I'm glad somebody else finally no...

    on January 24, 1996
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    A WANTED MAN

    part 2 of 2 On April 20, Debrah came home from work and found Tom pacing about in her kitchen. Over the preceding weeks, she'd heard him make a number of calls to his mother and sisters, all insisting that he was being made a scapegoat for the disap...

    by Steve Jackson on January 24, 1996
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    GOING FOR BROKERS - NEW-CAR DEALERS TAKE AIM AT THEIR COUSINS IN THE BOOMING BROKERING BUSINESS.

    A long-standing race for business between Colorado's new-car dealers--Dealin' Doug, John Elway, Phil Long and the rest of the guys--and the state's automobile brokers, the telephone jockeys who promise a lower price than dealers and without the showr...

    by Eric Dexheimer on January 24, 1996
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    A WANTED MAN

    part 1 of 2 Debrah Snider dozed fitfully on the couch, imprisoned by a dream. She was back in Colorado, on the side of a mountain, on the run with Tom Luther, the man she loved. The man she wanted to spend the rest of her life with. The man she b...

    by Steve Jackson on January 24, 1996
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    A PRIVATE AFFAIR - SEEKING TO CUT COSTS, RTD CONSULTS A LEADING CRITIC OF TRANSIT UNIONS, PUBLIC SUBSIDIES--AND EXPENSIVE RAIL PROJECTS.

    Politics may make for strange bedfellows, but consulting contracts produce even odder playmates. How else to explain the current business arrangement between the Regional Transportation District and privatized-transit guru Wendell Cox? Stung by c...

    by Alan Prendergast on January 24, 1996
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    OFF LIMITS

    Ardor in the court: "Choose Your Attorneys Carefully," urges the announcement placed by Purvis Gray Schuetze & Gordon in the new Yellow Pages. And apparently your proofreaders, too, since the ad goes on to note that the "firm includes layers listed i...

    on January 24, 1996
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    COWBOYS? LOST IN A CLOUD OF COAL DUST

    Folks in blue-collar western Pennsylvania have loved football since Joe Namath weighed nine pounds and had both kneecaps. But they don't have their heads in the clouds about it. Truth be told, there probably aren't three Pittsburgh Steelers fans in t...

    by Bill Gallo on January 24, 1996
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    OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MIND

    part 2 of 2 "This one's mine. This one's mine. This one's mine, too." Richard Deem is hunched over a barrel in a back room at the Wishing Well Drop-In Center on Speer Boulevard, a kind of clubhouse for the mentally ill, where the salvaged belongi...

    by Alan Prendergast on January 17, 1996
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    COLORADO DREAMIN'

    cartoon

    by Kenny Be on January 17, 1996
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    OFF LIMITS

    Bottom feeders: Forget those New Year's resolutions coming from our nation's Capitol. Not ten days into 1996--and new rules governing gifts to members of Congress--Representative Scott McInnis and Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell have eaten their word...

    on January 17, 1996
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