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The Bus Stopped Here

12 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
"Dickie Pilager cares about Colorado...;" The political ads were all over CNN last Friday morning, as Pete Coors commercials alternated with the latest swift-boat torpedoes. So when the start of Richard Pilager's stump speech for governor sounded at 7:24 a.m., it seemed to fit right in. But Pilager -- who...
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Medical marijuana protest at Capitol today -- even though advocate says lawmakers haven't been listening

7 years ago by Michael Roberts
Today, House Bill 1284, Representative Tom Massey's long-awaited measure intended to regulate the medical marijuana industry in Colorado, will finally get its closeup at the Capitol. And the folks at the Cannabis Therapy Institute are ready to weigh in with their objections. CTI is urging supporters to attend a rally...
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America's Spinning

12 years ago by Bill Gallo
In this hour of enmity and bitterness, we Americans appear to be totally fed up with each other. Post-9/11 and mid-Iraq, the national political debate has been reduced to a nasty civil war that ruins friendships, stops casual dinner chats cold and, if I don't miss my guess, gladdens the...
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Boomtown Rats

For a few dullards moreJOHN JACOB DINGLEHEIMER JORG PETER SCHMITZ Occupation: Shlock artist/German national The close-brush artist of LoDo was known mostly for his insufferable science-fiction-themed paintings until he showed up in the BMW that ran Rocky Mountain News columnist Greg Lopez off the road at 100 miles per hour...
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Off Limits

That takes the cake: The sordid details continue to pile up in the sorry saga of Spicer Breeden and Peter Schmitz--the two occupants of the car that killed Rocky Mountain News reporter Greg Lopez on St. Patrick's Day. After popping into several LoDo bars early last week, Schmitz, facing vehicular...
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Feedback

18 years ago by Michael Roberts
Colorado has never provided fertile ground for independent labels: With only a few exceptions (most notably, Boulder-based W.A.R.?), most area imprints that started with high hopes wound up quickly dying on the vine. But that hasn't stopped hearty local entrepreneurs from attempting to buck the trend--and Fort Collins's Morris Beegle...
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Road to Juarez

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Action/Adventure, Suspense/Thriller
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Cry Now

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Romance

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