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I recently stopped by the Colorado Sports Center in Monument to check in on American men's figure skating phenom Jason Brown. Brown, as you might recall, took much of the ice skating world by … more
It became clear to me. Simplified. Like the Navajo woman staring out to the west in a R.C. Gorman painting. It is not what you say that is important. How do you say it? The woman, of course, … more
I spent most of the first 38 years of my life living in southern California. It was a wonderful place to grow up. There was anything and everything to do 24 hours a day. When I graduated from … more
One of the enduring facts of being an outlaw is that you sometimes are blamed for things you had nothing to do with, and perhaps no knowledge of. From the folklore, rumors and fairy tales of … more
If you pulled the down side of the one-and-half-inch sisal rope on the pulley-driven mechanism, the entire floor, in about a 10 foot by 12-foot section, would gradually start to drop. Keep the … more
Last month, I had the honor of attending the grand opening of Denver's Union Station. The new transit hub pays homage not only to the miners and pioneers who — more than 150 years ago — … more
Deep within a dark night Where there is no light Your eyes can not possibly gaze upon The dread of the demon, The demon beneath the bark. Burnt, burnt of the flames You try, you try … more
For 21 years and two days, the California Zephyr moved passengers from San Francisco to Chicago in “the train of tomorrow.” My former co-worker at Colorado Press, Laura Higashi and her husband … more
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