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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 31, 2012

I wanted to mention a couple of items that failed to make the blotter today. There were reports of an incident overnight that involved a white, fury subject with long ears and a foo-foo ...

Dennis Hill

Plenty of varieties of lavender 
to consider

I want to have a lavender bed in our yard. The spot I’m thinking about is in front of a deck on the south side of our house. Will lavender tolerate the direct sun and heat in the summer? ...

Erin McIntyre

Armageddon Pantry Challenge: We haven’t expired, even though some of our food has

We’re 30 days into the Armageddon Pantry Challenge, and I have a few confessions to make. Eating only the stores from our pantry and freezer has been both easier, and harder, than I ...

Sherida Warner

‘Thoroughly modern Judy’ eschews vintage for vibrant

Yesterday, she dreamed about vintage textiles. But yesterday’s gone. Today, Judy Kiser fills her head, and her iPad, with images of modern quilts. Fresh, bold graphic designs in bright, ...

Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Gingham

Plaid is perfect for fall, but in springtime when the flowers start to bloom it’s time for another classic pattern: gingham. Also known as a checked pattern, gingham can be worn many ...

Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Truly, the good die too young

Duane Allman was only alive for 24 years, but he did more for American popular music than people who lived to be three times his age. As proof of that, on March 19 Rounder Records released ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: Dumervil’s departure doesn’t doom Denver

Elvis doesn’t mean squat. I’ve heard Denver Broncos fans fretting for weeks about what was going on, then the eventual going on of Elvis Dumervil to the Baltimore Ravens. Although ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: America’s fantasy pastime

I’m all mocked out. The fantasy baseball season has descended upon serious nerds and, being one, I have spent the past two weeks preparing by conducting mock drafts with other ...

Sherida Warner

High-flying fiber artist to land, with peers, in Gateway

Renowned fiber artist Katie Pasquini Masopust leads the life of an international jet-setter. With her contemporary quilting expertise so much in demand, she already has flown this year to ...

Dixie Burmeister

Be inspired by Easter hams, yams and more

Happy Easter! Happy spring! Appearing in refrigerators all over the valley, spring’s fresh asparagus and strawberries plus all the makings for that holiday dinner: fresh green beans, ...

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