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Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Green

Kermit the Frog once said, “it’s not easy being green,” but this season it sure is easy to love green. From mint to Kelly green and every shade between, it’s the color ...

David Goe

Get your head out of Spin magazine and dig some Colorado sounds

I’ll admit it. I’ve been guilty in the past of writing off the Colorado music scene as a bunch of banjo wielding hillbillies and mindless guitar shredding Trey Anastasio wannabes ...

Dixie Burmeister

On Food: Recipes for springtime

As I was welcoming winter — March 1–2 — by shoveling snow, I was thinking about March happenings and how to tie them together. There’s spring, National Nutrition Month ...

Sherida Warner

Quilt block challenges not for chickens

When Capt. James T. Kirk of “Star Trek” and the fictional USS Enterprise was asked this silly riddle, “Why did the chicken cross the road?” his natural answer ...

Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Pre-emergent selection must meet garden needs

Can you recommend a pre-emergent for weed control for a vegetable garden? When is the best time to apply it? — Karen I have a couple of choices for pre-emergent you can use in a ...

Erin McIntyre

West Life: Brief spring weather triggers weed anxiety

The nightmares already have started. The weed nightmares. Yes, I know that it snowed this week and it only felt like spring for one day, but something triggered my weed anxiety. Maybe it was ...

Gary McCallister

Just your average Joe? Nothing wrong with that

Personally, I have always thought that mediocrity is undervalued. This is especially true in the biological science. No two living things are ever exactly alike. It’s almost eerie that ...

Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: Paonia dairy

Meet Nelly, a vision in white with piercing wide-set eyes. She likes hiking in the mountains. And Mocha’s Girl, a chocolate-colored beauty with a wild side. She enjoys walking in fields ...

Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Lovett release, Clark tribute

It is two months into 2012 and there are several “new” CD releases you need to know about. Since it is pretty hard to find that kind of information these days unless you really ...

Dave Buchanan

Wine lovers can celebrate like Romans

Palisade’s fine wine and dining scene welcomes a Roman goddess March 18 when Edesia, a Palisade Culinary, Wine and Spirits Adventure comes to the Wine Country Inn. Edesia is the goddess ...

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