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Dave Buchanan

Impressions from winefest

Over the next few weeks, I’ll talk about some of the impressions lingering in the aftermath of this weekend’s 18th annual Colorado Mountain Winefest. It all began Friday with ...


Steve Beauregard

Wach you talkin’ ’bout?!  ’70s shows still the gold standard of catchphrases

The problem with marrying someone younger than you is that they may not fully appreciate your generation’s cultural benchmarks — those unifying societal milestones of your childhood ...


Gary McCallister

SPEAKING OF SCIENCE A stinging commentary on efficient use of space

Because I recently had to ship a large number of music CDs for Flaming Moth Studio, I was led to ponder the age-old question of how to most efficiently package three- dimensional objects into a ...


Sherida Warner

‘To ignore an idea is to deny the art within you’

I understand that many homeowners these days choose to renovate their dwellings, rather than buy new houses in today’s economy. I guess my husband and I are part of that trend, because ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Broncos are looking all right, you know?

Here’s what we know so far: We know the Denver Broncos are 1-0 and tied for the lead in the AFC West with San Diego. Sound familiar? We know Kyle Orton, injured digit and all, is very ...


Ivy Parnasius

OA Fingerless Gloves Sept 18, 2009

Seldom does a trend come along that is so universal and utilitarian that it can be worn by most anyone. This fashion marvel, fingerless gloves, has arrived just in time for cooler ...


Rock Cesario

Knopfler’s latest release could be his best ever

I have been a fan of Mark Knopfler’s music since I purchased the first Dire Straits LP in 1978 at Smokestack Records on North Fifth Street in Grand Junction. A sign that Franko had made ...


Steve Beauregard

Membership has its privileges

After months of hoping, praying and surviving a nerve-wracking application process, I’m happy to announce today that Marie and I (and please don’t be jealous) have officially been ...


Rick Jussel

There’s still some hope this season for Denver

Let the McBronco Era begin. For better or for worse, today in Cincinnati. Tune in.  It’s way too early to tune out. Bronco fans have spent the better part of six months worrying, ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown column Sept. 12, 2009

We have a petunia plant which has small worms which eat the blossoms. What suggestion do you have to get rid of such worms? —Thanks, Maynard and Charlotte What you have is an insect that ...


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