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Annie Payne

Gifts for divas and diggers

One of my greatest pleasures is to recommend something that I love, and have the “recommendee” love it, too. Allow me to recommend this gift guide for the “Homie” (Home ...


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Sherida Warner

Quilters shine in Lone Star festival

Records fell like autumn leaves at the 2010 fall judged show at the International Quilt Festival in Houston. First of all, master quilter Sharon Schamber of Payson, Ariz., became the first ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Planting evergreens

I would like to buy an evergreen tree for Christmas that I can plant later.  I’ve heard different things about different trees, such as they may not survive until spring (to plant ...


Kathy Jordan

Otto’s bride refused to live the outdoors life

When Colorado National Monument founder John Otto and artist Beatrice Farnham announced their engagement in May 1911, they undoubtedly believed, like many a soon-to-wed couple, that they were ...


Tess Furey

Yes, Virginia, you can have a Christmas meal served to you

What’s a poor holiday orphan to do on Christmas Day? Some people — nurses, 7-11 clerks and newspaper editors — are either working a shift on Christmas or can’t get ...


Rock Cesario

CDs from Welch, Springsteen, Petty among top albums of 2010

Here is my top 10 CDs list for 2010 ... as of today and as always subject to change, of course. Kevin Welch, “Patch of Blue Sky” — Welch is great singer/songwriter who ...


Steve Beauregard

Need advice? Ask the holiday expert

It’s that time of year when the Holiday Expert takes time out from his busy schedule of surfing the Internet for naked pictures of Angelina Jolie to answer your holiday-related ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Ash tree disease

I’m wondering if I should I invest in an ash tree with the ash tree disease I have read about? What can you tell me about them? — Thank you, Laura I think maybe what you’ve ...


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Sherida Warner

Folk art carvings honor quilting roots

Unmistakable in their style, the folk art figurines of sculptor and painter Jim Shore pay tribute to his roots. The artist grew up in South Carolina, where his grandmother, a master quilter, ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Dec. 12, 2010

What’s your favorite activity during the Christmas season? Is it stringing the lights on the tree or seeing the twinkling homes around the neighborhood? Baking cookies and decorating ...


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