“Well, good-night, son,” said the man who vaguely resembles the doughnut-eating international icon.
“Um, dad?” replied the kid who would be recognizable by voice alone. “What is the mind? Is it just a system of impulses or is it something tangible?”
“Relaaaax,” answered the dad, many episodes before his first “D-oh!” “What is mind? No matter. What is matter? Never mind. Hehehehe.”
Grand Junction Imagination Library … more
Mall site of children’s book giveaway … more
Boxed In … more
Friday through Sunday, April 28–30 … more
CMU Clay Club plans ceramics sale … more
Professional storyteller Susan Marie Frontczak will bring the story of Eleanor Roosevelt to life in Grand Junction. … more
Who needs caffeine with Cousin Curtiss in the house? … more
GRAND JUNCTION HIGH SCHOOL … more
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