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RIP: Ward Harkavy, Former Westword Associate Editor

2 months ago by Patricia Calhoun
He trained dozens of journalists in Denver.
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Live Like a Supreme: Tour Neil Gorsuch's Home for Sale in Boulder at $1.675M

3 years ago by Michael Roberts
Neil Gorsuch, who was sworn in as a U.S. Supreme Court justice in April, is selling his Boulder County home. The property is described as a "Horse Lovers Paradise," and if it sells for anything near the asking price of $1.675 million, it should add considerably to the net worth of Gorsuch, who may already be the wealthiest member of the Supreme Court.
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Relax, Tinky Winky -- Jerry Falwell is Dead

13 years ago by Michael Roberts
Like Saddam Hussein, the Rev. Jerry Falwell, who died on May 15 at age 73, was satirized so frequently that it's easy to underestimate his influence. Of late, he was best known for determinedly moronic cultural crusades and brain-dead pronouncements epitomized by his assertion that Tinky Winky, the purple Teletubby,...
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Colorado's Neil Gorsuch: Who Opposes Supreme Court Nominee and Why

3 years ago by Michael Roberts
Tuesday night, President Donald Trump nominatedĀ Denver-based 10th Circuit Court of Appeals justice Neil Gorsuch, a native Coloradan with an Ivy League background and a Ronald Reagan-approved pedigree, to fill the seat vacated by the lateĀ Justice Antonin Scalia on the United States Supreme Court. But while Gorsuch, 49, was assured and impressive in what was essentially his national debut, his selection immediately triggered a partisan backlash that will likely roil the American political scene for many months to come.
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Conservative Estimates Regarding Ward Harkavy's "Life of the Party," in the April 9 issue: Okay, I get the impression that Ward Harkavy won't be voting for Bill Owens for governor. From the cover of your paper, showing him with fingers crossed (implying that he's a liar), to the negative spin...
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It's Their Party Regarding Ward Harkavy's "God's Own Party," in the May 1 issue: I am not surprised that churches are wanting to take over politics and have ties to right-wing nut groups. How many more people will die in the name of their "God"? I doubt their God even...
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Clothes Encounters Thanks for Robin Chotzinoff's article on vintage clothing, "The Thrifters," in the October 5 issue. I've been into vintage since high school, and I'd hate to tell you how long ago that was. I've shopped at all the stores in Denver and Boulder, and I'm glad to see...
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Sermon on the Mount Michelle Dally Johnston's July 4 piece on the Shattuck contamination, "Down in the Dump," was an excellent piece of work. There was one point that I was disappointed she did not address, however. Although the radium industry was once a thriving business, five decades later everyone...
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Look for the Union Label Regarding Eric Dexheimer's "Prints Charming" in the June 22 issue: Oh, boy, this is a real shocker: Denver's "alternative" newspaper covers a labor story and somehow the "labor" story gets lost in a sea of biographical crap about the boss. Eighty--count 'em--eighty-plus paragraphs detailing Barry...
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Winning Ways

Westword staff writer Alan Prendergast won six individual awards in the Society of Professional Journalists' "Best of Colorado" awards banquet last week. Prendergast received more writing awards than any other journalist in the contest's top division, which pits Colorado's wire services and newspapers with circulations of more than 100,000--the Associated...

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