Wednesday, April 18, 2007


As with almost every edition anymore, the first few pages of the NDT are devoted to neighborhood zoning issues. Let me summarize four or five of them for readers:


Pets of the Week are the uninteresting Sadie and Otis, big dogs of some sort. Otis is one of those one-blue-eye, one-brown-eye dogs. That's it. One of these days I'm going to submit a pic of Billy Bob, and Hollywood, here we come!

The "New Entrepreneur" is Gorilla Test Prep, which gets people ready for the GRE.

This week's "Historic photo of Denver":

Civic Center. The NDT neglects to say when the picture was taken.
Some time in the 20s, it looks like.

Crime Beat!--by Security Min--I mean, "Denver Police," begins (I swear):
Recent weeks have looked good for crime in general . . .
Update: Here's Jack Benny broadcasting from Denver for the March of Dimes in 1948 (1-18-48). Very funny show. Here's Tom Noel on Quigg Newton.

Update II: No idea why the pics in the "Civic Center" link suddenly decided to quit showing up. Even reposting doesn't work.

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