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After relating the twisting story of union boss “Big Bill” Haywood, it was made clear to me that I mustn’t forget the tale of Harry Orchard, the “Mad bomber of Cripple Creek.” It was … more
Piano teacher Leila Viss isn't only about Bach, Beethoveen and Chopin. For her, it's also about easing her students into using the iPad application “Piano Maestro.” Viss, a piano performance and pedagogy graduate of University of Denver, … more
“You can drown my house now,” is not a sentence you hear every day, but kids who visited a flood table set up at Aspen Grove on June 16 said it a lot. “Ian, that was a poor choice!” laughed Jennifer Standlee as young Ian's house was … more
About me I'm a history professor at Regis University and Colombia College. I used to teach at Metro. I grew up in Boston, but I've been in Colorado for 40 years. I went to Fordham College and Johns Hopkins University. I lived in Europe for four … more
“Inside Out,” the latest Pixar punch to the heart, navigates the labyrinth of a young girl's mind in an antic, candy-colored romp through childhood memory to arrive, finally, gloriously, at epiphany. By now it's a familiar Pixar trajectory … more
The story of “Big Bill” Haywood draws like a magnet and twists and twirls like a deadly snake. It winds and loops its murderous way into the fabric of Cripple Creek history. The son of a … more
Time marches forever on. For some, less time is available, and they hear the clock tick louder with every second. "For 31 years, Palmer Lake could claim one the finest resort hotels in Colorado. … more
Local news outlets were buzzing June 8 over the surprise bigwig lunch guests at Uptown's Humboldt Farm, Fish + Wine restaurant. International heavyweights President Bill Clinton, U2 front man Bono … more
Sounds of a car kicking into motion are followed by a crash. “It was the car's fault!” said Daisy Werthan. “My old LaSalle wouldn't have done that.” Billie McBride is revisiting the role of the irritable elderly Southern Jewish woman who … more
Eugene Jerome and family fight the Depression's hard times and sometimes fight with each other as we visit them in 1937. Miner's Alley Playhouse in Golden presents “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” the first of playwright Neil Simon's “Eugene … more
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