HUDSON: MAMA HATED DIESELS; DEARLY DEPARTED
• “Mama Hated Diesels,” by Randal Myler and Dan Wheetman. Directed by Randal Myler. Playing at the DCPA Stage Theater through May 9.
• “Dearly Departed,” by David Bottrell and Jessie Jones. Directed by John Ashton. Playing at the Aurora Fox through April 17.
DORSCHNER: REMEMBRANCES FROM HER SON 10 YEARS AFTER HER DEATH
It is hard to believe that just over 10 years ago my mother, Sherry Keene-Osborn, passed away. She was 54 years old when she died, and was a contributing editor at The Colorado Statesman. She was known to many as a professional journalist with the utmost integrity and professionalism. What I want to make sure people remember, however, is her personal side.
STULP: HOMEGROWN PRIDE
American agriculture is the envy of the world because of its remarkable productivity. But that productivity brings with it many, often unheralded benefits for American society. Besides the abundant food it produces, Colorado’s farms and ranches add value to our lives in many ways.
HILLMAN: HOUSE BILL 1021 IS ILL ADVISED
Legislators talk frequently about the Law of Unintended Consequences but rarely seem to recognize when a bill they support will, if passed, inevitably collide with that law.
Being a Colorado legislator right now probably is harder than ever as, on top of the usual litany of matters that claim your attention, you’re really up against it with medical marijuana. Amendment 20 requires that you do something. But, you cannot do whatever you want to do. And, whatever you do will conflict with current federal law.
LEVY: HILLMAN OUGHT TO COME CLEAN AS TO WHO HE REPRESENTS
If Mark Hillman is going to carry the water of the inaptly-named “Civil Justice League” in The Colorado Statesman, he should at least have the honesty to reveal that he is the paid executive director of that organization. Instead, he has submitted a diatribe full of inaccurate and inflammatory charges regarding House Bill 1168 while hiding behind his former position as Republican state senator and treasurer.
MASON: DETERMINED TO SAVE THE SOUL OF THE NATION
Across the country, groundswells of Personhood efforts have already altered the focus of the pro-life movement, and over the President’s Day weekend, those efforts were realized.
HUDSON: PLAY SET IN SMALL RURAL COLORADO TOWN
“Eventide” by Eric Schmiedl, adapted from the novel by Kent Haruf, and directed by Kent Thompson. Playing through Feb. 27 at the DCPA.
HILLMAN: WHO'S THE REAL VILLAIN?
If there’s one thing personal injury lawyers are especially good at, it’s exploiting the misfortunes of their clients while devising new ways to line their own pockets.
HUDSON: A SPACEY PLAY
“When Tang Met Laika,” by Rogelio Martinez and directed by Terrence J. Nolen. Playing in the Space Theater at the DCPA through February 27.