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Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Spring shorts

Spring shorts are in bloom and there are almost too many styles to choose just one. Casual denim, patterned linen and retro-inspired high-waisted shorts are shaping up to be the most wanted ...

Steve Beauregard

A rose by any other name ... isn’t fooling anyone

So Bresnan is now Optimum, Mesa State is CMU, and Qwest is Century Link. But I’m still Steve — that is, until the PR firm I hired comes back with their recommendations, at which ...

Charlé Thibodeau

Shyness not a cat’s worst trait

We (I and my people person, Evelyn) were interested to see your column in The Daily Sentinel recently. You are a nice lady, and I hope you don’t take it personally that I hide when you ...

Erin McIntyre

Cleaning products to get you into the spirit

I’ve been one of those people who actually enjoys cleaning for some time. Let me clarify that: I enjoy the outcome of cleaning. Sometimes I like the actual cleaning. Usually people ...

Sherida Warner

Illuminating designs move beyond dark shadows

Light and shadow are the main forces behind this spring’s special exhibit by the Art Quilt Association, based in Grand Junction. Members are invited annually to show select works at the ...

Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: Healthy food for the price of fast food

It’s common nowadays to read articles and research studies that claim it is cheaper to eat junk food, from fast food outlets to highly processed grocery store items, than it is prepare a ...

Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Raitt doesn’t slip up with ‘Slipstream’

It was with great anticipation that I awaited the arrival of Bonnie Raitt’s “Slipstream,” her first album of new material in seven years. I have been a sucker for ...

Steve Beauregard

Spring Cleanup GJ’s chance to kick it to the curb

It’s trash week here in GJ. Officially the city calls it “The Annual Spring Cleanup.” That’s because “Drag That Hideous, Old Broken Lazy-Boy With the Questionable ...

Sherida Warner

Artist’s feet follow icy trek to warm a quilter’s heart

Quilts usually are made by hand, or at least with a sewing machine, but an Englishman named Simon Beck creates his by foot. Not by manipulating a needle and thread with his toes, but with one ...

Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: Titanic menu an elaborate meal

The first-class passengers aboard the RMS Titanic, not knowing it likely would be their last meal, supped and drank in regal fashion on April 14, 1912. Later that night, the supposedly ...

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