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Sherida Warner

Winner’s circle a familiar place for Hoffman competitor

An elegant quilt titled “A Work in Progress” won first place in the 2011 applique category of the annual Hoffman California Fabrics Challenge, but those words hardly depict the ...


Gary McCallister

Good, bad or indifferent? It’s all a matter of perspective

I have good news and bad news. Which do you want first? Wait, this is my column so I guess I have to decide. The only reason I asked is because I’m not sure which news is good and which ...


Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: Nov. 11

The menu at a good restaurant is an ever-evolving ode to endless possibilities. Here are a few of the evolutions in the Grand Valley restaurant scene. BETWEEN BREAKFAST AND LUNCH: The Wild ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Nov. 11

“Fool (If You Think It’s Over)” was the first time I ever heard of Chris Rea. That was sometime in 1978, and it was from the LP “Whatever Happened to Benny ...


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Dave Buchanan

Hermosa grows 17 varietals on East Orchard Mesa

Ken Dunn laughs when you ask him about rkatsiteli, the curious white grape he grows in his Hermosa Vineyards on East Orchard Mesa. He pours an ounce or so of the pale-gold wine for a visitor ...


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Sherida Warner

Quilter shows winning face at Houston

Making faces can be a silly children’s game, but that’s not the case for art quilter Maria Elkins of Beavercreek, Ohio. She makes a career out of making faces — as in cloth ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Nov. 5, 2011

The past few couple years I have noticed, half way through the growing season, some of my tomatoes begin to look variegated in color. They seem to have yellow stripes or discolorations ...


Tess Furey

Tess on the Town, Nov. 4

Enzo’s Pizzeria and Italian Cafe looks pretty much like a regular Italian joint in a shopping center storefront. It sits under an awning displaying the red, white and green colors of the ...


David Goe

Honest-to-goodness rock fans, me included, owe thanks to Weezer

When I was 12 years old my mom inadvertently saved my life. It was 1994. I, a meek seventh-grader, was somehow turned on to the song “Slam” by South Jamaica Queens hardcore hip-hop ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Oct. 29, 2011

I have two aspen trees in my front yard that were planted in the spring of 2000, and both were doing beautifully until this year. One of them is still lovely with lots of leaves. The other has ...


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