Tag Archives: 2000s

3 Years

All wondering how Denver and I have settled in report is outstanding. I watch their city, Race and 13th street anyway, these 5 (FIVE!) windows. Two original dormers in my old, old apartment light to place up. I watch the … Continue reading

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More Hard Times

— by Bill Amundson “Love and Hope are wonderful things, but sometimes I have to side with the late George Carlin and his memorable motto: FUCK HOPE.” B50 note: These images are part of Bill Amundson’s ongoing “Hard Times” series; … Continue reading

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Denver’s Great Telescopes (19th and 21st Century)

— by Robert Stencel Small telescopes have been part of Denver history since our origins. Witness the fine brass refractor on display in the parlor of the Byers-Evans house downtown. With the rejuvenation of the University of Denver in 1880, … Continue reading

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thoughts on the retail economy, 2008

This holiday message brought to you by Bill Amundson. It’s called “Store With Sign,” and is part of his “Hard Times” series. Bill’s 8th annual Holiday Drawing Sale is this weekend, December 12, 13, and 14, offering hundreds of drawings, … Continue reading

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Rogue Bench

In the fall of 2007, in celebration of the opening of the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver and the new Libeskind Building at the Denver Art Museum, the entrepreneurial designers at Double Butter generously installed two of their roadrunner benches … Continue reading

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