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The Cold, Hard 'Fax: It May Not Be the Wickedest Street, but Colfax Is Still Weird

The Cold, Hard 'Fax: It May Not Be the Wickedest Street, but Colfax Is Still Weird
Karl Christian Krumpholz
At the start of the new year, our intrepid cartoonist laced up his boots for a walking tour of an integral part of Denver. Last fall, he offered a graphic (very) look at the 16th Street Mall. This time: East Colfax Avenue, from the Capitol to Colorado Boulevard.
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