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I recently read an article by David French in which he postulated that our country is headed for something akin to a divorce. And some of the numbers he cites are astonishing. In 1992, only about 30 percent of the country lived in a “landslide” … more
I’ve written about poetry before, because, as both a journalist and a poet, the lyrical, mystical, profound, angry, loving and authentic world of words compressed into lines and stanzas is powerful. In these tumultuous times – no matter where … more
How is it that after almost 40 years of hoopla re NREL no one has ever reported a cost benefit analysis on the so-called 'National Renewal Energy Lab'? What actually are the annual and total … more
In a past life, I coached a couple seasons of high school baseball. And, if you don't know baseball, you might not understand that, in baseball, we count EVERYTHING. Real baseball guys know batting … more
It's finally happened. Not unlike seeing the mileage on your car turning 100,000 - or 200,000! - miles, I have been watching my email inbox for a new milestone, and this week it happened: I have more … more
Eva Levine’s birthday – July 6 – always follows hard on our own American Independence Day. I commemorate Eva’s birthday, as I do every year, by reflecting on the Holocaust, in which millions of Jews lost their lives at the hands of the … more
Believing in the arts I’m a strong believer in the arts — music, dance, acting. It’s a talent that not everyone has. But when you find that talent and see the passion behind it, you can see the spark in that person. So that’s why I … more
If you’re in the mood for a lively concert type evening, head over to the Vintage Theatre, 1468 Dayton St., in Aurora. The musical runs weekends through Aug. 6. As director Kelly Van Oosbree says in her notes, “It has been very exciting to … more
David Knoll, 28, had never before worn scuba gear. But July 22, the Centennial resident suited up and went for a dive. Knoll was one of many Denver area residents taking part in the Go Dive Now Pool, which was set up in front of the Downtown … more
In a past life, I coached a couple seasons of high school baseball. And, if you don’t know baseball, you might not understand that, in baseball, we count EVERYTHING. Real baseball guys know batting averages, walks, hits, strikeouts, sacrifice … more
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