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    CORPORATE SWINE

    part 2 of 2 Rol Hudler looks like an English professor and smells of pipe smoke. A thin, balding man with round glasses, he is the third-generation Hudler to be editor and publisher of the Burlington Record; his son, who has begun working for the pa...

    by Eric Dexheimer on February 15, 1995
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    WOULD YOU BUY A USED RESTAURANT FROM THIS WOMAN?

    part 2 of 2 Chiffon began studying classical piano at age twelve, "kind of old to do a career in music," she says. But she loved it--and she excelled. "I did seven years' worth of lessons in two years," she says. "I can go to any city any time and g...

    by Kyle Wagner on February 15, 1995
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    CHIFFON PART ONE - HERE'S A TIP: YOU COULD GET BURNED BY RUTH CHIFFON VON

    part 1 of 2 The Maine lobsters were delicious. No, they were better than delicious. Fresh, sweet and juicy, at $17.95 per person for all Rick Gottdenker and Marilyn Richter could sink their teeth into, they were wonderfully, absurdly priced. But tha...

    by Kyle Wagner on February 15, 1995
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    OFF LIMITS

    Resign of the times: After an almost unbroken 35-year stretch at the Denver Post, columnist Tom Gavin's recent "retirement" seemed a tad abrupt. And so it was. Having already been eased out of his desk (the prime spot was turned over to Pulitzer winn...

    on February 15, 1995
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    BLANK YOU VERY MUCH

    Ironically, it took a legal threat to convince Denver city attorney Dan Muse to release the legal bills of Debevoise & Plimpton, the high-priced spread that's rung up a $1 million tab representing Denver's interests against the Securities and Exchang...

    by Patricia Calhoun on February 15, 1995
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    GOING, GOING, GONE

    Okay, let's hear it for Fat Billy Maharg. Whaddya mean you never heard of him? Spring training opens today, doesn't it? Just about the time many of you see this, the boys of summer will be cantering onto emerald outfields in camps from Kissimmee t...

    by Bill Gallo on February 15, 1995
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    LETTERS

    An Open Book Read Calhoun's latest, "Open Wide," in the February 8 issue. All I can say is: Good work, Westword! Glad you have the guts to go after those city-attorney records. Too bad the dailies don't. Harry Ellis Denver Bayou Leave I was ve...

    on February 15, 1995
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    WINNERS' CIRCLE

    Westword has been named a finalist in the Free Press Association's prestigious Mencken Awards for investigative journalism. The newspaper was honored in the national contest for its 1994 series examining waste and mismanagement at Denver Internationa...

    on February 15, 1995
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    COPS AGAINST COPS - THIS TOWN APPARENTLY AIN'T BIG ENOUGH FOR BOTH DENVER POLICE AND AN ARIZONA SHERIFF.

    Arizona sheriff Richard Mack says he's not interested in feuding with Denver police, but events are heading in that direction anyway, with a little help from a coterie of "patriots." Mack, who heads up the thirteen-member Graham County Sheriff's ...

    by Karen Bowers on February 15, 1995
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    SMOOTH OPERATOR - NEED A LIFT? SEE BOB HANKLE.

    A woman enters the elevator at the extreme rear of the Jean Nicole department store on the 16th Street Mall. A choice is at hand. Either she travels up one floor, to 2, or down one, to B. In order to do so, she will have to select one of two buttons,...

    by Robin Chotzinoff on February 15, 1995
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    NOW DEPARTING... - SO LONG, STAPLETON: TRIPS DOWN MEMORY LANE AND OTHER FLIGHTS OF FANCY.A DAY IN THE DEATH OF STAPLETON

    9 a.m., Main Terminal Flight attendant Eric Blake looks at himself in the mirror of Stapleton Terminal Barber Shop and waits to be noticed. "Pretty handsome, right?" he says, without a trace of irony. "I'm growing out a flat-top, I've got the ...

    by Robin Chotzinoff on February 8, 1995
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    THE HEP-C GENERATION

    part 2 of 2 In 1990, Cathy, who had moved to Manitou Springs with her husband and nine-year-old daughter, went to donate blood, something she had done regularly in the past. A few days later, though, she received a call from a blood bank official wh...

    by Steve Jackson on February 8, 1995
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    THE HEP-C GENERATION - THEY'RE FIGHTING A KILLER EPIDEMIC AT UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL. AND IT'S NOT AIDS.

    part 1 of 2 The gravel crunches beneath the slow tread of Mike Lamb. Every so often, he pauses to gather his strength, then continues on up the trail that winds into the heart of the Garden of the Gods. One of his old drinking buddies is getting...

    by Steve Jackson on February 8, 1995
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    THIS IS ONLY A TEST

    The envelope from the Bonfils Blood Center was addressed to her husband, but Valerie Sportsman opened it. The letter inside said that Dennis Sportsman had a disease, one that apparently could be contracted through drugs or sex. Valerie knew her husba...

    by Steve Jackson on February 8, 1995
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    SINS AND NEEDLES

    Bob Hornbuckle takes another drag on his cigarette and looks up from under the brim of his cap. His face looks worn and tired in the afternoon light that sneaks into the bar. A recovering junkie and, some say, the best blues guitar player in Denver, ...

    by Steve Jackson on February 8, 1995
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    OFF LIMITS

    Everybody's talking: With all the new radio shows cropping up, is anyone left to listen? That lord of discipline, Horace Mann vice principal Ruben Perez, now chats about education issues Sundays on KHOW (on weekdays, Denver Public Schools has consign...

    on February 8, 1995
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    OPEN WIDE

    This won't hurt a bit. You've already suffered the injury, although you may not know that yet. Because by the end of January, the City of Denver had racked up $15 million in bills from all the outside attorneys it had hired over the past three and...

    by Patricia Calhoun on February 8, 1995
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    WHAT A WAY TO START A CENTURY!

    Now that Mike the Messiah has descended into Dove Valley, robes abulge with cash, is it too early to start dreaming of heaven? Nah. Take that orange hairshirt off this instant and try the future on for size. But remember, patience is still a virtue. ...

    by Bill Gallo on February 8, 1995
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    CLASS STRUGGLE - LONG AFTER THE DPS WAR, A STRIKE-BREAKER AND THE DISTRICT STILL BATTLE.

    In the midst of the confusion surrounding the Denver Public Schools teachers' strike last October, Robert Feldstein of New York City found himself in the perfect spot: passing through town, teaching certificate in hand, with no qualms about crossing ...

    by Claudia Hibbert on February 8, 1995
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    OUT OF JOINT - A LIQUOR LICENSE PROBE OF A WEBB AIDE'S TAXPAYER-FINANCED BAR SIZZLES, THEN FIZZLES.

    Eight years ago, after he won a low-interest, $50,000 loan from the City of Denver to build a restaurant and bar in west Denver, Don Sandoval brushed aside criticism that the loan was improper. Sandoval was a state senator at the time, and Denver's a...

    by Arthur Hodges on February 8, 1995
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