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every holiday season an army of volunteers and kind-hearted souls stock, chop, cook, and clean to provide the less fortunate a holiday

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Cooking the holiday meals is no big deal for either Lloyd McGinnis or LeeAnn Adams. So it is natural for them to volunteer to cook for the holiday meals in the area. At 95, McGinnis took over the cooking when his wife became too ill to do it any more. After 30 years he is still going strong, cooking breakfas…

Cooking the holiday meals is no big deal for either Lloyd McGinnis or LeeAnn Adams. So it is natural for them to volunteer to cook for the holiday meals in the area. At 95, McGinnis took over the cooking when his wife became too ill to do it any more. After 30 years he is still going strong, cooking breakfas…

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Art is Hard with Pueblo illustrator Riki Takaoka

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Takoka, Riki (web)“I’ve almost quit doing art so many times.” I’m at a coffee place downtown talking shop with Pueblo artist and illustrator Riki Takaoka. With works currently on display at the Q Pop gallery in Los Angeles, and a recent addition for possible contribution to nationally syndicated contemporary arts magazine Hi-Fructose, (not to mention freelance nominations from Paramount Animation Studios)…

Takoka, Riki (web)“I’ve almost quit doing art so many times.” I’m at a coffee place downtown talking shop with Pueblo artist and illustrator Riki Takaoka. With works currently on display at the Q Pop gallery in Los Angeles, and a recent addition for possible contribution to nationally syndicated contemporary arts magazine Hi-Fructose, (not to mention freelance nominations from Paramount Animation Studios)…

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Land Lines : PULP Artist of the Month

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Denver’s Land Lines occupy a truly unique headspace upon listening, which can only be described as “Fresh off the boat from Chilligan’s Island”. The Mile High trio, comprised of Martina Grbac (cello/vocals), Ross Harada (drums) and James Han (electric piano/organ), seamlessly meld vintage-modern baroque music with pop shimmer and gloss, like having a dance party at the symphony. Musically, Lan…

Denver’s Land Lines occupy a truly unique headspace upon listening, which can only be described as “Fresh off the boat from Chilligan’s Island”. The Mile High trio, comprised of Martina Grbac (cello/vocals), Ross Harada (drums) and James Han (electric piano/organ), seamlessly meld vintage-modern baroque music with pop shimmer and gloss, like having a dance party at the symphony. Musically, Lan…

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The Local : BRIDGES

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BRIDGES may easily (and quite erroneously) get lumped in with every other current metal/hardcore band playing out today, but this does them no justice. Shifting between the audible snarl and massive attack of hardcore and metal to delicate and downright pretty alternative minded exalt on a dime, BRIDGES, in a very big sense, play simply heavy music. Not heavy i…

BRIDGES may easily (and quite erroneously) get lumped in with every other current metal/hardcore band playing out today, but this does them no justice. Shifting between the audible snarl and massive attack of hardcore and metal to delicate and downright pretty alternative minded exalt on a dime, BRIDGES, in a very big sense, play simply heavy music. Not heavy i…

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