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Erin McIntyre

Talking trash this month: Let’s eliminate it

Behold, the 2015 challenge is upon us. If you’re a longtime reader, you’ll recall that the first challenge I shared with you was the Armageddon Pantry Challenge. In March 2013, ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: As with wine, certain music goes better with certain foods

Two of my biggest passions in life are music and food. In our home, there are approximately 2,000 LPs, 1,000 CDs and more than 300 cookbooks. My first experience as a cook was at age 11 when ...


Steve Beauregard

Take this plant-based diet and bury it

We have breaking news from the food police. They don’t call themselves that, of course. Officially, they are the USDA’s “2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee.” As ...


Rick Jussel

Keep 10 names in mind for Broncos

For your perusal — and to clog up your memory banks — a list of 10 players who will be vitally important to the Denver Broncos for the upcoming season — and maybe far ...


Dennis Hill

Tulip bulbs require adequate light, care

We received forced tulip bulbs for Christmas. How do I care for the bulbs after they are through blooming? — Irene Most people end up throwing them away once they’re done ...


Erin McIntyre

Here’s a guide to help you plan this year’s garden

The tulips by our driveway are already pushing their spear-like leaves out of the soil, reminding me it is time to get serious about planning the garden. Although we’re a month away from ...


Gary McCallister

Hey, scientists aren’t the only people who are obsessive

Scientists often obsess over little things that normal people don’t consider important. Not me, of course, just other scientists. I am obsessive about only really important things. Like, ...


Steve Beauregard

Put down the smartphone and pick up a conversation

There are certain scenes in public that never fail to amuse: Dogs playing, someone accidentally falling into water, a woman yelling at her hapless husband. Add to this my go-to smile: When you ...


Go Red
Dixie Burmeister

Go Red for Women Dinner combats heart disease

Valentine’s Day is over, but wearing red is still a fashion statement for February with The American Heart Association’s February Go Red for Women Campaign. The campaign is ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Dollars and sense

Today, class, we’re talking about money, National Football League style. Profits? Forget about it. Every NFL team, every owner, is making a fortune, courtesy of those jerseys and caps ...


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