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Classroom Rebels

17 years ago by Adam Cayton-Holland
WED, 9/29 Rebels Remembered, a compelling chronicle of the civil-rights movement in Denver, overflows with heroes and heartbreak. The third installment, Our Neighborhood Schools, screens today at the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library. In a telling bit of footage from the latest chapter, Wilfred Keyes, an African-American chiropractor who was...

Born to Believe

21 years ago by Eileen Welsome
Even in the glare of the noonday sun, the Pea Green cemetery feels like a haunted place. Situated on a rocky bluff overlooking a highway in rural Montrose County, the cemetery is a parched jumble of tombstones and rock, drained of all life except for a copper-colored horse that lives...

Fulcrum Publishing Brings Comic Relief to Classrooms

6 years ago by Jamie Siebrase
As a kid, Bob Baron would read all the cartoons he could find in the newspapers on the coffee table in the family room. His dad was a journalist, and there were always a few lying around. With the speed of the Flash, he’d consume Walt Kelly’s satirical strip “Pogo,”...

To the Manner Born

23 years ago by Robin Chotzinoff
Here is the gospel according to Miss Hill: "You have five seconds to make a good impression. It's packaging. You don't buy things in a yucky package, do you? And perhaps you've bought inferior products because they were in a nice package, haven't you?" I have, I now realize. And...

Gentrification Leading to Overcrowded DPS Classrooms

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
DPS is okay with 35 kids in an elementary school class.

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