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Gary McCallister

Microscopic Water Bears live on monument

I do not know how many species of solitary bees can be found on the Western Slope. I don’t think anyone does. No one has ever made a real concerted effort to survey them. Actually, ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Sour cherry tree, skyflowers

We live in Battlement Mesa and have a sour cherry tree that is 11 years old. The past two years the cherries have had worms in them and we could not eat them. We thought with the freeze last ...


Rock Cesario

Jimmy LaFave’s show at Roper Ballroom not to be missed

There is a terrific singer/songwriter coming to the Roper Ballroom on Sept. 4 who you should see. Jimmy LaFave is the artist in question here, and this is what I know. When LaFave released his ...


Tess Furey

Family creates a stir-fry of tastes of the Far East

Bamboo City has its roots firmly planted in Chinese cuisine. When owner Lonh Luong opened his restaurant three years ago in Grand Junction, he had 30-plus years of experience under his ...


Dave Buchanan

How sweet it is: Amount of residual sugar can tell you a lot about wine

This week on my Wine Openers blog at GJSentinel.com, I listed the three Gewürtztraminers from Carlson Vineyards as the Wines of the Week. Parker Carlson is offering a sweet, semi-sweet ...


Steve Beauregard

‘Yes we can(nabis)!’ say Mother Nature and Duncan Hines

It’s a plant. It’s green, and somewhat controversial. Some claim that it has medicinal benefits, while others believe it should be banned. I am of course talking about ...


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Sherida Warner

Another great view at Mesa Verde: Fiber art

“Living on the edge of the high desert, we see brilliant vermillion cliffs at sunset and feel the fiery tang of freshly roasted green chilis on our tongue ... the brilliant yellow of ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Aug. 8, 2010

GJSentinel.com is a great resource for news, breaking news, photo galleries and dishing out the dirt. Yes, the opinion pages are great for dishing opinions right and left, but I’m ...


Gary McCallister

It’s cool to learn more about the sun

It’s sure hot! I haven’t seen any evidence that the sun is cooling down, although I am told that it is only a matter of time before it burns out. How long that will take depends on ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: White moths, sumac shrubs

I noticed small white moths in my lawn and some type of spider webs. Is there anything I can do about them? — Catherine Those small white moths are usually the adult form of sod ...


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