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Dave Buchanan

New shared premise law aids start-up winemakers

Among the busy tents during this year’s Colorado Mountain Winefest (and at times it seemed every tent was busy) was the tent shared by Theresa High’s Colterris Wines and Tyrel ...


Steve Beauregard

Poo-Bear, when did you become the establishment?

It’s important that you go to the dentist often so that you maintain good oral health and so that your dentist can make the lease payment on his Mercedes S550. Regular dental checkups are ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Going from lawn to garden

I have a 15x30-foot area of grass on one side of the house that I would like to convert into a vegetable garden area for next season. What is a safe and effective way to get rid of all that ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Sept. 26, 2010

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and, on Friday, The Daily Sentinel will help launch the campaign bringing awareness to the disease in a powerful way. It’s all about the ...


Gary McCallister

Rooting for the underdogs? They may not care

I have discovered why I lack motivation and it’s everyone else’s fault. I knew that, of course, I just didn’t have hard data. OK, I still don’t have hard data, but I ...


Rock Cesario

Robert Plant’s latest album ‘Band of Joy’ a joy to listen to

Robert Plant’s new recording “Band of Joy” is the former Led Zeppelin lead singer’s ninth solo record since 1982 and, without a doubt, my favorite after spending a week ...


Tess Furey

Pizza purveyors vie for pigskin payday

Just in time for football season, the chains have decided to extend the pizza wars, and all the big boys are jumping on the band bus. Started by Pizza Hut for the 2010 Super Bowl, the $10 ...


092410 history
Kathy Jordan

Drapela flight school trained pilots during WWII at Walker Field

A couple of Fridays ago, while driving my friend and Grand Junction native “Miss Billie” Abell on our Friday morning rounds, she gave me another history lesson. This one was about ...


Steve Beauregard

Family reunions and other reasons to drink

ESTES PARK — Greetings from beautiful Estes Park, gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park and home of the famous Stanley Hotel — the inspiration behind Stephen King’s ...


Gary McCallister

In tuning, as in life, better to move up than down

I was abused as a child. The abuse was mostly musical. A trusted family friend started teaching me guitar chords at a very young age and I was too young to know any better. Because of him I ...


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