columnists

Page 145 of 196


041810 2c jonathan talbot
Sherida Warner

Collage artist has world at his fingertips

Internationally known himself, Jonathan Talbot of Warwick, N.Y., is literally putting artists from all over the world on the map. As a painter and collage artist who sometimes uses fabric in ...


Annie Payne

Lifestyles of the rich and fabulous of the Grand Valley

One of the first shows to capitalize on Americans’ obsession with celebrity was “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” with host Robin Leach. Remember his tag line, ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown, Honeycrisp apple trees

I wanted to know if honeycrisp apple trees grow in your locale, or is it too warm? I saw they need 800 chilling hours. — Bev Honeycrisp apples will grow in this area. If fact, ...


barbary 5 040510
Kathy Jordan

During 1938 shootout, spectators packed Main Street

This is third in a series about a web of violence and vice in Grand Junction, or as some called it, “Little Chicago,” that came to a head in the late 1930s with the formation of a ...


Tess Furey

Orchard Mesa eatery offers taste of Hawaiian islands

TWO FOR $25: In Hawaii, they’ve been cooking in the fusion style before any of us knew what fusion food was. The polyglot of cultures that has influenced the food of the islands includes ...


Dave Buchanan

Sneak peek at summer wine events

It’s mid-April but not too early for planning summer’s wine-related travels. There’s quite a lineup planned, from this month’s Spring Barrel Tasting to the Wine & ...


041110 2c virginia robertso
Sherida Warner

Pushing her own buttons easy for fabric artist

If you think buttons are useless without buttonholes, you’re not thinking the way quilt artist Virginia Robertson does. She’s worked in the fabric industry for 30 years, and one of ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 11, 2010

There is a correct way to prune roses and it’s certainly not the way I do it. When my young sons were in needed of a haircut, I’d gather up the do-it-yourself clipper set, drape ...


barbary 1 040510
Kathy Jordan

Three murders in 2 years prompted public outcry

This is the second in a series about a web of violence and vice in Grand Junction, or as some called it, “Little Chicago,” that came to a head in the late 1930s with the formation ...


Tess Furey

Il Bistro Italiano not your grand papa’s restaurant

Don’t expect to hear Frankie Sinatra crooning “Fly Me to the Moon” over the sound system. Or a cave-like room decorated in red and black. No dusty Chianti bottles. No ...


Page 145 of 196


• Check out the Energy Focus special section!

• Check out the Business Bio special section!






Search More Jobs



Check out the latest Cold Case developements




GJSENTINEL.COM
Marketplace
THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Sign in to your account
Information

© 2014 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy