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Dave Buchanan

Wine Openers: Cold temps welcomed by grape growers

Sunday’s snowstorm and cold temperatures may have come as a shock to those already thinking spring had arrived in the Grand Valley, but it was a good thing for the area’s grape ...


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Sherida Warner

Freedom not just another word when making free-form quilts

Some quilters prefer traditional patterns; others lean toward art quilts. A fair number of us enjoy making both types. Those who are comfortable with commercial fabrics and patterns may have ...


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Erin McIntyre

West Life: Only a few weeks away from starting seeds

My green thumb is getting so itchy that I’m about to go out and buy a Chia pet, just to see something fresh and spring-like in my house. Some of my friends have already planted seeds in ...


Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: It’s a crime we don’t have these chain gang burgers

Talk around the watercooler recently centered on the fast-food burger choices, or lack thereof, in Grand Junction. Everybody had a passionate favorite hamburger chain they would love to see ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Grammys worth watching for a change

At 54 years, the Grammys and I are the same age. The first time I watched the Grammys was 1968 as a 10-year-old in Gypsum. My parents were out for the evening, and I got to stay up and watch ...


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Dixie Burmeister

Pillsbury Bake-Off finalist vying for $1 million prize

How would you feel if you had a 1 in 100 chance of winning a million dollars? Not bad odds, wouldn’t you say? Frances Blackwelder of Grand Junction knows how it feels. Last August, ...


Sherida Warner

Ancient fabric’s renaissance smooth as silk

Some of the finest natural fabric in the world depends on the ravenous appetite of a caterpillar. It’s the silkworm munching its favorite dish, fresh mulberry leaves, that brings us that ...


Gary McCallister

Attraction can’t be denied, even if it can’t be explained

Gravity got you down? (Sorry, nerd joke.) But whether it does or not, there’s not much you can do about it. It makes no sense to get mad about gravity. It’s just one of those ...


Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: Denver festival features some of city’s top restaurants

It’s getting close to one of my favorite times of the year. Here’s a hint: It involves many courses of fabulous food, saves you a bundle and is inspired by the altitude of a ...


David Goe

Goe On: At least Grammy show orchestrators aren’t trotting out Madonna

This Sunday, Feb. 12, The Recording Academy will hand out a bunch of meaningless awards, some going to artists who have no business receiving them (I’m looking at you Bruno Mars). Yes. ...


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