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Tammy Gemaehlich

Alvin’s ‘Eleven Eleven’ raw and rough, but songs are strong

Just in time for summer listening are excellent new releases from Dave Alvin, Eilen Jewell, Joe Ely and Madeleine Peyroux among others. Dave Alvin’s newest release is “Eleven ...


Dave Buchanan

Hot dogs and wine, a perfect pairing for the Fourth of July

ASPEN — In case you were wondering: A hint the economy is on an (ever-so-slight) upswing is the latest version of the Food & Wine Magazine Classic in Aspen, which sold out this year ...


Tess Furey

Hospice eatery keeps doors open for dinner

Spoons Bistro & Bakery has decided to give it a whirl with new evening hours. The non-profit restaurant, which operates on the campus of Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado, ...


Rock Cesario

Special tribute to fan of column, show and store

First and foremost, this column is always supposed to be about music. I fully intended to tell you about our trip to Oregon to watch my daughter graduate from college, and the musical ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Petunias, rose shrubs

I have some petunias that I kept indoors over the winter. They have developed a cream-colored, almost sandy-feeling substance on them. What is it and what should I do? — ...


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Sherida Warner

Black Canyon show white hot with activity

When the Black Canyon Quilt Show opens next month in Montrose, you’ll see more than 160 quilts, a silent auction of quilted items, free demonstrations, a raffle quilt and several vendors ...


Gary McCallister

Ooh! Aah! That science geek really knows his fireworks!

One of the cool things about becoming a scientist is that you get to learn all kinds of fancy words that you can use to sound intelligent, whether you are or not. Most of the words just mean ...


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Dave Buchanan

2011: A vibrant edition of Aspen Food & Wine Classic

ASPEN — The reporter’s notebook runneth over after the 29th annual Food & Wine Magazine Classic in Aspen. And for good reason, because this year’s classic was much more ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Globe willow cracks

I have noticed a large crack running most of the way down the trunk of our globe willow. It became very obvious when the wind was blowing and a large portion of the trunk was moving. Can this ...


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Sherida Warner

Top-notch designers take expertise to France

Quilters turn to the masters — Linda Jenkins and Becky Goldsmith of Piece O’Cake Designs — when it comes to the highly skilled art of needleturn applique. The pair have been ...


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