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TOOL AND DIE

27 years ago by Robin Chotzinoff
One week before the end of spring term at the Emily Griffith Opportunity School, the shoe-repair shop is not just deserted, but decimated. Where students once learned the footwear basics, nothing remains but a few wooden tables and the lingering smell of polish. One floor up, in the watch-and-clock-repair lab,...
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Best Tools for Tomboys

Tomboy Tools

Tomboy Tools are pink, practical and, in the case of their signature magnetic hammer, designed so you don't smash your finger while building shelves or hanging photos or kicking ass and taking names. Started by two local women who hatched the idea over beers, Denver-based Tomboy Tools aims to empower...
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Reader: Boys Town needs the tools to engage in the world

"Queer Warriors," Kyle Harris, April 24 Disconnect I feel so empty and sad. I am only a decade or so older than most of the folks in this story, but it seems like a huge decade. (I didn't get e-mail until after high school, and they seem to have grown...
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Dear Representatives Kerr and Kerr: We Are All Graffiti Tools!

14 years ago by Sean Cronin
An anti-graffiti bill pushed by Littleton Republican Jim Kerr and Lakewood Democrat Andy Kerr was quashed in a House committee earlier this week after Lawmakers complained that the language in House Bill 1023 – which would make it illegal in Colorado to be in possession of “graffiti tools” – was...
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Graffiti Black on his muses, inspiration and the four categories of Colorado hip-hop

11 years ago by Ru Johnson
Hailing from Montbello, Graffiti Black is a 23-year-old producer, writer and graphic designer known for creating sharp and distinct sounds that are both vibrant and accessible. He flips familiar elements and samples with flair and an experienced ear. Artists such as Innerstate Ike, Mr. Midas, and Mystic have found lyrical...

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