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Tess Furey

Taste of Home demo Nov. 10 at Two Rivers

The troubadour chefs of Taste of Home are coming to Grand Junction. The two-hour Taste of Home Cooking School is a stage demonstration of 10 to 12 simple recipes and cooking tips. Categories ...


Rock Cesario

Bossa nova style of jazz is infectious

I really like certain types of jazz and classical music, although I don’t know a whole lot about jazz, and even less about classical. With classical, I know what I like when I hear it, ...


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Sherida Warner

Rule of thumb: Take precise measurements

A collection of acrylic rulers is to a quilter what a set of heavy-duty wrenches is to a plumber. Neither can get the job done without the proper tools. Today, I’m offering a rundown of ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Oct. 15, 2011

I have a severe infestation of flea beetles on my tomatoes and potatoes. I spray with Sevin and also with an organic spray called Pyola, which seems to slow them down for a while but ...


Rock Cesario

If mellow is for you, you’ll love Wilco’s latest, ‘The Whole Love’

Waiting to listen to a new record from Wilco is always exciting for me. There is always a lot of anticipation among Wilco fans, because we never know what the band is going to do next. I have ...


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Ivy Parnasius

Outfit: Romantic

Let your inner siren simmer with the prettiest trend of the season: romance. Rounded collars, lace blouses and retro inspired frocks are just a few of fall’s fabulous fashions. Polished ...


Dave Buchanan

Final grapes near the peak ripeness

The basil is gone, the tomatoes are drooping and there’s a bit of hope (but fading fast) for the last of the chard. That’s just in my garden. Thank goodness I don’t have ...


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Sherida Warner

Fiber art juror definitely grades on the curve

From curvy women to curving roads and all curves in between, the “Curvaceous” exhibit was a fun show to jury for Leslie Riley of Bethesda, Md. She selected 22 quilts made by ...


Gary McCallister

SIMPLY SCIENCE: Digging deep for the real truth about moles

This time of year people have trouble with moles. We are several weeks into the school year, and chemistry students everywhere are concerned about moles. However, I don’t think they are ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Oct. 8, 2011

I just received a Mandevilla from a friend, and I am wondering if I plant it outside will it be able to live through the winter here? I know nothing about this plant. What can you tell ...


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