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    ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

    part 4 of 4 Best Real-Life Adventure for Grown-Ups Inner Reality After all the hype about last year's "summer of violence," Dave Stalls, former recreation director for the Denver Department of Parks and Recreation, decided it was time for a reali...

    on June 29, 1994
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    SPORTS & RECREATION

    part 2 of 3 Best Late-Spring Ski Trip Quandary Peak West side of Hoosier Pass For those who didn't get enough skiing in during the season and have the energy to climb a 14,000-foot-plus peak for one more run, Quandary Peak is the place. The moun...

    on June 29, 1994
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    ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

    part 1 of 4 Best Place to Watch The Simpsons The Sink 1165 13th St., Boulder Tired of sitting at home on your butt every Thursday night watching The Simpsons? Then why not sit on your butt and watch The Simpsons at the Sink instead? The beer, Ba...

    on June 29, 1994
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    FOOD & DRINK

    part 3 of 4 Best Cheap Burgers Nick's Cafe 777 1/2 Simms St., Lakewood For $2.50, the modest Nick's will cook you up a fabulously greasy half-pounder, stash it on a fresh bun with all the trimmings and throw in a huge batch of fat fries. Eat it ...

    on June 29, 1994
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    GOODS & SERVICES

    part 3 of 4 Best Place for a New-Age Cat South Penn Cat Clinic 311 S. Pennsylvania St. Cats whose owners follow holistic lifestyles may want to stock up on vitamin treatments and herbal remedies, too. Many of them find their way to the South Pen...

    on June 29, 1994
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    FOOD & DRINK

    part 1 of 4 Best Asian Deli Mekong Market 1076 S. Federal Blvd. Most of Mekong is your standard Asian market, with cheap produce and lots of canned and packaged specialties you don't know what to do with. The real attraction here, though, is the...

    on June 29, 1994
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    ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

    part 2 of 4 Best Reason Not to Complain About the Moody Blues Coming Back to Town This Summer Charitable Donations by Fey Concerts The Summer of Stars concert lineup by Fey Concerts may not be chockablock with fresh new talent; many of the perfo...

    on June 29, 1994
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    SPORTS & RECREATION

    part 3 of 3 Best Lowdown on Lowriders Royalty Car Club James Quintana, president of Arvada's Royalty Car Club, wants to elevate lowriders to a higher calling: keeping kids out of trouble. "Nowadays kids are just trying to find something to do," h...

    on June 29, 1994
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    FOOD & DRINK

    part 4 of 4 Best Dessert Fondue La Bonne Soupe Writer Square The word fondue is French for melted, which doesn't even begin to describe what La Bonne Soupe does to good-quality Swiss chocolate once it starts adding the Cognac and honey. The rich...

    on June 29, 1994
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    LETTERS

    She-Mail As a regular reader of Denver's other daily newspaper, I was unaware that the Rocky Mountain News was socially and sexually insensitive. Unaware, that is, until I read Patricia Calhoun's June 15 column, "Smokin' in the Boy's Room," on the p...

    on June 29, 1994
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    PRINTS CHARMING

    part 2 of 2 Three generations is what passes for old money in Denver. So it's not surprising that along with the Hirschfeld name and the family's tremendous wealth comes a great deal of accumulated power and influence. Much of that influence has...

    by Eric Dexheimer on June 22, 1994
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    THE FARM TEAM

    part 2 of 2 In the spring of 1991 Tony entered an Alamosa pawn shop carrying his television. The family had moved to the San Luis Valley almost a year before, and things weren't going so well. He'd been reduced to selling his possessions in order to...

    by Steve Jackson on June 22, 1994
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    PRINTS CHARMING - A NASTY STRIKE HAS BARRY HIRSCHFELD GRAPPLING WITH THE GHOSTS OF HIS FAMILY'S PAST.

    part 1 of 2 When the 100 or so members of the Graphic Communications International Union who staffed the production facilities at A.B. Hirschfeld Press decided to go out on strike two months ago, they would have been well advised to look up a fiftee...

    by Eric Dexheimer on June 22, 1994
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    OFF LIMITS

    In living color: If the new Rocky Mountain Magazine recalls the go-go early Eighties, the new Colorado magazine echoes the early Sixties--blocky type, "colorful" slogan, lace-up ski boots and all. But at least publisher Merrill Hastings is cribbing f...

    on June 22, 1994
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    THE TRUCK STOPS HERE

    It was Friday afternoon, and the wheels of justice were turning more slowly than your average wastewater worker drinks his coffee on an unauthorized break. During a lull in the inaction, Dave Lougee, news director at Channel 9, made a call back t...

    by Patricia Calhoun on June 22, 1994
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    THE FARM TEAM - THE DENVER GANGS WANTED TONY BROWN'S BOYS. SO HE TOOK HIS FAMILY AND HEADED FOR THE HILLS.HOME ON THE RANGE MEET THE MUSLIM COWBOYS OF MOSCA, COLORADO.

    part 1 of 2 Allah-who-akbar. At the call to prayer, the Brown family assembled in the living room of their home near the tiny town of Mosca, in the San Luis Valley. Rolling out their prayer rugs in rows--the males in front of the females--they faced...

    by Steve Jackson on June 22, 1994
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    TALE OF TWO CITIES

    The next time some genius with five or six Miller Lites in him spins around on his barstool and starts regaling you with that old business about how sports reflect the agony and ecstasy of life, tell him to go home and put his head in the sink. S...

    by Bill Gallo on June 22, 1994
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    THROW AWAY THE KEY - AND THROW AWAY THE LIMON PRISON'S LOCKS, WHILE YOU'RE AT IT.

    How secure is a prison with locks that don't work? Only three and a half years after Colorado's Limon prison opened, taxpayers are going to have to shell out $155,000 to replace its 712 cell-door locks. No matter, apparently, that the locks at the Li...

    by Karen Bowers on June 22, 1994
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    LETTERS

    Red, White and Jew Regarding Ward Harkavy's "Out of the Norm" in the June 15 issue: It is an outrage that Norm Resnick can say the things he does on the radio and still pretend that he upholds Jewish traditions. A man is known by the company he k...

    on June 22, 1994
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    FLACK ATTACK - HOW PR BIGWIGS TRIED TO PULL DIA OUT OF A TAILSPIN.

    When the City of Denver hired the public relations firm of Hill & Knowlton last year to deal with the national reporters who were filing stories about its new airport, it agreed to pay top dollar for the company's expertise. But it took the chief...

    by Arthur Hodges on June 22, 1994
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