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Rock Cesario

Carole King’s ‘Tapestry’ broke new ground, remains a favorite

I judge my favorite records by the amount of time I have spent listening to them. The record I have listened to the most in my life is Carole King’s all-time classic and four time Grammy ...


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Dave Buchanan

Should you drink the wine, or leave it in the dugout?

With the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series hard upon us, it’s a fine time to look closer at what might be the most statistic-oriented sport in human history. You want numbers? ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Efficient sprinklers, aspen trees

I have the largest water bill in the summer and need some help. Can you tell me which type of sprinkler is the most water efficient and does the best job? A lot of what I am reading about ...


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Sherida Warner

Exhibit targets wars, how they ravage women

It seems most appropriate at this time in history for a group of fiber artists to focus on the brutality of armed conflict between countries or among factions within the same country. Against ...


Gary McCallister

Tonic water: Miracle cure for the scourge of malaria

The story of Dona Francisca Henriquez de Ribera, the Countess of Chinchon, might even be true. Because it is said to have happened in 1638, it is a little hard to verify. But the story goes ...


Rock Cesario

Carlos Santana introduced a new rock sound to the masses

Santana was the band that was most responsible for bringing Latin-influenced rock ‘n’ roll music to the masses. Carlos Santana’s incredibly unique lead guitar style along ...


Tess Furey

Hyeongje Korean joins growing list of Pan-Asian fare to be found in Grand Valley

Grand Junction can now put another push-pin on the map of Pan-Asian cuisines it offers. Hyeongje (pronounced hyun-jay) Restaurant opened two months ago on North Avenue, the only joint in the ...


Dixie Burmeister

‘May’ the barbecue season begin

May is National Barbecue Month. Can’t you just smell the aroma of a good steak or burger on the grill? While on an evening walk, have you found yourself salivating and trying to detect ...


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Sherida Warner

Molecular biologist turned textile artist sold on cells

When you look at Sue Benner’s textile art, you often see a larger-than-life version of cells that exist inside the human body. Her education as a molecular biologist manifests itself in ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 15, 2011

High school graduation season starts this week in Mesa County. Unlike allergy season, graduation season shouldn’t cause stuffy/runny noses or sneezing, but it does, however, tend to have ...


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