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  • 12 years ago | Longform

    Four Guardian Angels meet in the 1400 block of Ogden Street at dusk for their weekly march up and around Colfax Avenue, where they patrol the streets and alleys, looking to deter gang activity and other crimes — and to search for new recruit...

  • 12 years ago | Longform

    Marty Vanover has been part of Denver's music scene for a dozen years, greeting crowds at the Ogden Theatre and listening to the bands on stage, whether they be hip-hop or hippie. After more than a thousand shows at the East Colfax concert hall, h...

  • 12 years ago | Longform

    My parents were drug addicts. I wasn't sure what drug, though; after all, I was only eight. My Dad was always in and out of jail. My Mom and Dad always argued, over anything. Sad part was that my Dad was abusive to my Mom. That's the part that hur...

  • 12 years ago | Longform

    The drunken frat boys stumbling down Blake Street late one summer evening found an angel blocking the sidewalk. She had wings strapped to her back and a coffee can in her hand — for donations for kids in Haiti, she said. If they wanted, the ...

  • 12 years ago | News

    Before Haiti became the world's first black republic, it was a slave nation. On the island, there were quarantines, where a new slave was broken down, beaten physically, informed of his inferiority and told to be thankful to his captors — be...

  • 12 years ago | News

    Christina Clinkscales sued Justin Jahn in August 2006, claiming the former Breckenridge bellman had sexually assaulted her a year earlier, when she was eighteen ("Out of Bounds," November 29). Justin, who maintains that the sex was consensual and ...

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