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    WE'RE LOADED FOR BEARKLONDIKE & SNOW MUST GO ENOUGH OF THIS POLAR ICE CRAP.

    "The time has come The time is now Just go, go, go I don't care how." --from "Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now!" by Dr. Seuss I am standing by the Northern Shores exhibit at the Denver Zoo, watching media stars Klondike and Snow ...

    by Robin Chotzinoff on September 13, 1995
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    CLEAR THINKING - TAKING STOCK OF A NATIONAL LAUGHINGSTOCK.DRINK YUP! WHY ZIMA IS THE DRINK EVERYONE LOVES TO HATE.

    From "The Top Ten Signs Your U.S. Senator Is Nuts." Number 9: Breakfast, lunch and dinner? Zima. When David Letterman jokes about an alcoholic beverage night after night, something's going on. Just what, exactly, isn't clear--unlike the drink itsel...

    by Kim Leydig on September 6, 1995
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    BY THE BOOK - THE STORY OF PAULINE ROBINSON'S LIFE IS A REAL PAGE-TURNER.

    part 1 of 2 Thin and frail, Pauline Robinson lay down on her couch. She would have liked to read a book to pass the time, but her cataracts made that all but impossible. The difficulty was irritating; there was still so much she wanted to read, ...

    by Steve Jackson on September 6, 1995
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    BY THE BOOK

    part 2 of 2 In the last quarter of her junior year Pauline was ready to quit, this time for good. It wasn't just the prejudices of a few misguided people that wore her down. Working and studying was a drain; there was never enough money, and she w...

    by Steve Jackson on September 6, 1995
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    ON BEYOND ZIMA

    Meet Duncan, the techno-savvy Generation X-er who is your personal guide through the Zima site--the Zimaverse--on the World Wide Web (http://www.zima.com). Your first stop is the fridge, the storage bin for Zima and the place Duncan calls home. F...

    by Kim Leydig on September 6, 1995
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    OFF LIMITS

    Room at the top: Dateline NBC caught Colorado congressman Scott McInnis (see story, left) napping last month, when the TV news magazine checked out which representatives were calling the House Office Building home. Although McInnis, who represents th...

    on September 6, 1995
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    IT'S NOT OVER TILL IT'S OVER

    LoDo is over, the urban hipster said sadly. His pronouncement would certainly surprise anyone who has dodged through the throngs of well-lubricated partyers who roam the streets at 1 a.m. And he wasn't even thinking about Arnold Schwarzenegger, wh...

    by Patricia Calhoun on September 6, 1995
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    NEU ERA

    The canned crowd noise roaring through empty Folsom Field last Wednesday had a surreal ring to it. With the volume pumped way up to approximate the beer-fueled frenzy the team would face three days later in Wisconsin's Camp Randall Stadium, it's a wo...

    by Bill Gallo on September 6, 1995
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    DUE FOR A CHECKUP - STATE REGULATORS MULL THE FATE OF A CONTROVERSIAL TRADE SCHOOL'S NURSING PROGRAM.

    Students expecting to graduate in October from the licensed practical nursing program at Denver's Concorde Career Institute have been told they must wait until January. Greater than their disappointment, say some nursing students, is their fear that ...

    by Steve Jackson on September 6, 1995
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    LETTERS

    Suffer the Children Regarding Michelle Dally Johnston's "The Clients," in the August 23 issue: The timing of your article regarding the GAL program in Denver was eerie, since I had started to look into the availability of such a program just last w...

    on September 6, 1995
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    SEOUL BROTHER - THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION GIVES CONGRESSMAN SCOTT MCINNIS A CRASH COURSE IN KOREAN.

    Republican congressman Scott McInnis of Glenwood Springs is fond of criticizing his Washington colleagues--especially Denver's Pat Schroeder--for their taxpayer-supported travel. So last year, after running a re-election campaign based on reforming W...

    by Michelle Johnston on September 6, 1995
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    COPIES AND ROBBERS - THE GOVERNMENT'S RECORDS ARE PUBLIC--IF YOU CAN AFFORD THEM.

    Colorado residents have a right to look at the state's public records. But more and more often, that right comes with a stiff price tag attached. Eager to raise revenue in an era of belt-tightening, state agencies are charging citizens up to $1.2...

    by Andy Van De Voorde on September 6, 1995
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    KC (& THE SUNSHINE BAND) AT THE BAT - THE HITS JUST KEEP ON COMING AT COORS FIELD.

    It's a Friday afternoon in mid-August, and the Colorado Rockies are preparing to play one of the most important games in team history. The club had spent the previous several weeks blowing a six-game lead in the National League's Western division; go...

    by Michael Roberts on August 30, 1995
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    LET US PAY

    part 2 of 2 Where does the money go? More than two years' worth of board minutes obtained by Westword, covering a period starting in January 1992, paint a picture of a nonprofit Christian ministry flooded by funds yet facing big bills. Daily cash fl...

    by Ward Harkavy on August 30, 1995
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    LET US PAY - INTERNAL DOCUMENTS REVEAL JUST HOW TELEVANGELIST MARILYN HICKEY AND HER MINISTRY TAKE IN $17 MILLION A YEAR. NO WONDER THEY CALL IT THE HAPPY CHURCH.PROFIT OF THE LORD IF YOU BROUGHT IN THE MONEY MARILYN HICKEY RAISES FOR HER CHURCH, YOU'D BE HAPPY, TOO.

    part 1 of 2 On a Sunday in July, three elderly women huddle in the foyer of the Happy Church, their eyes squeezed shut, their heads fiercely nodding in affirmation, their voices murmuring "Yes!" as Pastor Wally implores God to drive cancer out. Out!...

    by Ward Harkavy on August 30, 1995
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    OFF LIMITS

    A shot in the dark: The media dubbed summer 1993 the "Summer of Violence" after a few well-publicized shootings, including the Capitol Hill slaying of popular Imi Jimi proprietor Tom Hollar. Now you can chalk up 1995 as the official "Summer of Sil...

    on August 30, 1995
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    SCENE STEALERS

    This summer has been no picnic for Elitch's. The relocated amusement park has been criticized for its long lines, crowded walkways and general stinginess displayed in the lack of landscaping, the high prices and the prohibition against bringing fo...

    by Patricia Calhoun on August 30, 1995
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    SELES PITCH

    That was no optical illusion. And it wasn't fear playing mind tricks on mere mortals--although there was plenty of that to go around, too. Fact is, Monica Seles has grown another inch during her 28-month absence from tennis, and she's gained six or s...

    by Bill Gallo on August 30, 1995
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    TAG, YOU'RE IT - HOW THE DENVER COPS' ANTI-GRAFFITI PROGRAM ALMOST GOT CROSSED OUT.

    Last week, graffiti made local headlines as never before--community leaders decried the defacement of a beloved rec-center mural, a "volunteer" bloodhound was pressed into service to track down spray-paint-toting vandals, and a local radio station op...

    by Karen Bowers on August 30, 1995
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    LETTERS

    Klondike and Snow Job I am compelled to write Westword regarding Kenny Be's August 9 Worst-Case Scenario depicting the proposed habitat for Klondike and Snow as being decadently opulent while the homeless of Denver are housed in subhuman shelters. I...

    on August 30, 1995
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