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Weekend in the Galilee

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Hear Them Roar

8 years ago by Amber Taufen
Menopause the Musical and Hats! are for women at the end of their childbearing years; and Girls Only — The Secret Comedy of Women celebrates a female’s childhood and teenage years. But what about everyone who falls between the onset of menarche and menopause? “We were right in between maturity...
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Sabra Cinema

9 years ago by Susan Froyd
Considering that it falls on the eve of Israel's sixtieth anniversary, it's a happy coincidence that the emphasis on Israeli film is so heavy this year at the twelfth annual Denver Jewish Film Festival, a well-paced ten-day spectacular hosted by the Mizel Arts and Culture Center. "In the past, we've...
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Top ten Strange But True stories of the decade in Colorado

7 years ago by Michael Roberts
Next week, Westword will be capping off 2009 with a blizzard of blogs leading up to our annual Year in Review issue: Look for them in this space. But before long, we'll be ending a decade, too. And with that in mind -- and to whet your appetite for lists...
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Dark-Skinned, Good Guy

9 years ago by Ella Taylor
So here's this Arab actor talking to me in Hebrew about his role as a Saudi soldier in Peter Bergs The Kingdom which ought to be enough cultural confusion to throw anyone, let alone someone just cruising onto the radar of an industry not known for casting Middle Eastern actors...
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Black Book

10 years ago by J. Hoberman
Holland's gift to world cinema, Paul Verhoeven can be a very bad boy and a very good filmmaker. Any of his movies could have been titled Basic Instinct -- not least his epic World War II thriller Black Book, in which a Jewish chanteuse who has watched her family massacred...
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Strange but True

14 years ago by Ernie Tucker
In a year of record lows, Denver could report a new high point -- several, in fact, since the Mile High City had grown three feet taller in some places, according to the National Geodetic Survey. Those findings, made in the 1990s but just now showing up on maps, indicate...
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Off Limits

Crossing the line Thwarted several times in their attempts to turn Rebel Hill into a permanent shrine with thirteen giant crosses honoring the victims of the Columbine massacre, Steve Schweitzberger and Greg 'Road Warrior' Zanis were back in Clement Park on Friday to at least create a permanent record of...
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Twenty Years and Counting

19 years ago by Michael Roberts
In the 1969 film Change of Habit, Mary Tyler Moore starred as a nun who had to choose between her commitment to Jesus and her love for a character played by Elvis Presley in his final on-screen dramatic role. She picked Elvis--and since his death, on August 16, 1977, plenty...
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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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