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Toons owner Eric Verlo's ...
csbj.com, 3 Feb 2011 [cached]
Toons owner Eric Verlo's other interests had him keeping increasingly irregular business hours, and eventually the store stopped opening its doors.
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www.ppjpc.org, 24 Oct 2007 [cached]
Eric Verlo, President firstname.lastname@example.org Eric is the owner of the Bookman, a used and rare bookstore on the west side, and Toons, a music and video store, both of which he started 16 years ago with a lot of help.
Raised in the U.S., France and the Philippines, Eric
has a diverse cultural background, which has shaped his
world view.He was a YMCA Indian Guide and has led church folk groups since he was 12.
At 45, Eric
now chooses an alternative definition of what it is to be a Practicing Catholic.Eric is a member of the Pikes Peak Media Alliance, Pikes Peak Lavender Film Festival, Pikes Peak Independent Business Alliance, Citizens for Peace in Space, West End Democrats and Camp Casey Colorado Springs, an ongoing antiwar action.
On the internet, Eric
contributes to NotMyTribe.com, NewsToolbar.org and BestOfTheSprings.net
local community efforts include the Pikes Peak Passion Film Festival for local area filmmakers, and the bright green Bookmobile, which brings free children's books to local primary schools and literacy programs.
The group had a permit to ...
clips.progressnow.org, 20 Mar 2007 [cached]
The group had a permit to march under the name The Bookman, a business owned by PPJPC Chairman Eric Verlo.
by Eric Verlo ...
www.csindy.com, 3 May 2007 [cached]
by Eric Verlo
...Eric Verlo is president of the Pikes Peak Justice & Peace Commission.
CSIndy: Between friends and neighbors (February 2, 2006)
www.csindy.com, 2 Feb 2006 [cached]
Eric Verlo, owner of Toons Music and Film, where anti-war signs and tents are erected in the parking lot, for months has tried to persuade KRCC to broadcast "Democracy Now!," a nationally syndicated news program known for its confrontational, investigative approach.The show is aired on 350 stations across North America, including public stations in Fort Collins and Boulder.
"I think it would win new people over to KRCC
," says Verlo
...That hasn't dissuaded Verlo, who recently delivered 250 signatures on a petition to college President Richard Celeste in support of the show.
and fellow activists claim NPR News
has drifted to the right in order to satisfy critics that accuse the organization of having a liberal bias.
because it believes Verlo
represents only a small faction of listeners. The college is in the process of creating an advisory board for KRCC, she adds.