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Sherida Warner

Art of Quilting Column June 28, 2009

One of my favorite events occurs each summer in Montrose: the Black Canyon Quilt Show. This year, organizers promise a main attraction that is sure to transport attendees into a Western Slope ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town Column June 28, 2009

I made 12 new friends this past week — we’d all received an invitation in the mail to attend the same event. The invitation was disguised as a jury summons. As the time to attend ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown Column June 27, 2009

Do I cut the rose off my rose bush to make the plant bigger? — Rosemary Most folks who ask that question are wondering whether and when to cut off the old spent blooms on their rose. ...


Rock Cesario

OA Rock Cesario Column June 26, 2009

It’s past time for an extended road trip, and the one I’m planning will have a substantial amount of windshield time. The last time we had a long road trip vacation was in 1998. We ...


Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Neon clothing

The three big trends that sum up fashion in the 1980s are: the “Miami Vice” jacket for men, girls with enormous hair and neon clothing for everyone. The brightest and the best of ...


Dave Buchanan

Wine Colimn June 24, 2009

ASPEN — The rains that turned Colorado’s high country into a wildflower paradise took Friday off, just in time for the first day of the three-day 27th annual Food & Wine ...


Steve Beauregard

Steve Beauregard Column June 24, 2009

Well, it’s just a few more hours until the big day. We’ve been waiting with breathless anticipation for it for quite awhile now, and Thursday, it’s finally here. Yes, ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town Column June 21, 2009

I am suffering from a severe case of amusement park withdrawal. During our vacation travels to southern California a couple of weeks ago, we visited four such parks — Disneyland, ...


Annie Payne

Annie Payne Column June 20, 2009

I hope you’re not sick of anagrams, or “Anniegrams” as I like to call them. What can I say? A holiday comes around and I feel the urge to annotate. I first wrote a Christmas ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown Column June 20, 2009

Over the past 20 years, I’ve had three weeping mulberries. I’m guessing they’re of different varieties. The first was and is still gorgeous. The second was a spindly ...


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