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Tess Furey

Comments about coffee, salt spark interest

After last week’s column, in which I wrote about food trends for 2012, I received emails from readers who thought I should expand on the topic of home roasting coffee beans and mention ...


David Goe

Madness in pop culture land: It’s all about the ‘90s, sadly

As I was combing over the rack of new CDs at KAFM HQ, prepping for my next set of shows, one particular jewel case caught my eye. No, it wasn’t the rocking Black Keys album or the dub ...


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Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Spring handbags

Nothing gets my heart racing like the new spring handbags, and this season is no exception. Some updates include a smaller size, canvas rather than leather and whimsical patterns and color ...


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Dave Buchanan

Poster winner works in wine

A wine-art poster contest won by a poster done in wine. Gary Hauschulz’s Winefest Art Competition-winning painting “Red, White and Fruit” found inspiration ranging from ...


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Sherida Warner

No wallflowers among these canvas samplers

If you have fabric scraps and a button collection, you have the makings of avant-garde wall art. If you’ve saved your child’s treasured baby garments or clothing items from a ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Jan. 22, 2012

Got gadgets? Got any idea how to work ‘um? Mesa County Libraries has put together a Tech Petting Zoo, happening from noon–4 p.m. Saturday, at the Central Library, 530 Grand ...


Erin McIntyre

Seed catalogs help this gardener through winter

Hello. My name is Erin and I’m a seed-catalog addict. You might as well know now, if we’re going to have any sort of meaningful relationship. Acknowledging the problem is the first ...


Dennis Hill

What to plant in boggy area between homes

I have a difficult area between my house and my neighbors’. Their water and mine drains onto the property line and gets very boggy. The space is very small: only 10 feet between the ...


Gary McCallister

Young Naturalist awardee gets burned in spotlight

Whatever happened to the citizen-scientist? All a person really has to do to be a scientist is have an idea and do an experiment to see if it works. Usually it doesn’t. Or maybe ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Little Willies’ CD of classic country covers gets year off to sound start

The best release so far this year is the Little Willies’ “For the Good Times” a jazzy and jazzed up disc of covers of classic country tunes from the likes of Johnny Cash, Ray ...


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