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Pickin' Up the Pieces

16 years ago by Michael Roberts
An air of hushed tranquility cloaks the Boulder Junior Academy, an unpretentious cinder-block school in a residential section of the town whose name it sports, on this early October Sunday. A smattering of cars occupies spaces in its parking lot, and a handful of casually clad families -- some carrying...
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Discmania

15 years ago by Michael Roberts
The year 2001 produced its share of catastrophes: major terrorist campaigns in D.C. and New York, a widespread anthrax scare -- and J. Lo's solo debut. Fortunately, there's plenty worth remembering about the first official year of the new millennium, as artists of every genre proved that music still matters,...
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The X-Mas Files

'Tis the season for gooey sentiments, so you'd better watch out if you're headed for the New Denver Civic's gangly rendition of Louisa May Alcott's classic Little Women. But there's no need to pout: The real thing is out there in theaterland this holiday season, if you know where to...
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Sad But True

Welcome to Colorado -- Now Go Home At the beginning of 1999, the state began replacing its fading purple-and-orange "Welcome to Colorado: Mountains and Much More!" border signs, which had been criticized as "too California." For $133,000, the signs were replaced with brand-new "nostalgic" brown highway signs with jagged edges...
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Big Boss Lady

17 years ago by Stuart Steers
Richard "Buzz" Geller was born in a house on the corner of Colfax Avenue and Adams Street in 1945. He remembers East Colfax as a friendly neighborhood retail strip, the kind of place where grandmothers shopped for fresh vegetables and children walked to the pet store to look at goldfish...

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