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Rock Cesario

Tom Russell mixes country, folk, rock and Spanish influences on new CD ‘Mesabi’

In the past month there have been excellent new releases from some of my very favorite singer songwriters: Joe Ely, John Hiatt, Robert Earl Keen, Ry Cooder. And then, Tuesday saw the release ...


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Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Shorts and boots

One of the hottest looks for fall remixes two items you may already own: shorts and boots. They are a great way to transition your summer wardrobe and create a whole new style. The ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Perfect storm needed for successful 2011 season in Broncoland

The wiseacre with beer in hand asked with only a hint of a slur, “So what are the odds of the Broncos winning the Super Bowl?” Taken literally, Las Vegas bookmakers have the ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Sept. 11, 2011

Ten years ago today, like most Americans, I watched the horrific events on television, trying to make sense of the tragic, senseless act. My deadline writing experience at the time was ...


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Sherida Warner

No cure likely if one catches the quilt bug

Here’s a silly question for you: What does a Volkswagen Beetle have in common with an elephant? Answer: They both have a trunk in the front. Elephants also are known for having great ...


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Sherida Warner

Loss of quilts an unfortunate pattern

A prize-winning quilt handmade by Janet Atkins hasn’t been seen since February, yet she still hopes her cherished work of art, titled “Kaaterskill,” will come home to her ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Sept. 4, 2011

This one’s for the dogs: “Woof, woof, bark, growl!” No doubt that will get some tails a waggin’. I suppose a translation for the human-folk is in order. There are ...


090411 2c crazy in the gard
Sherida Warner

Loss of quilts an unfortunate pattern

A prize-winning quilt handmade by Janet Atkins hasn’t been seen since February, yet she still hopes her cherished work of art, titled “Kaaterskill,” will come home to her ...


Gary McCallister

A reasonable take on evolution - starting 6,000 years ago

I told my wife, “I think I’ll try and write a very reasonable column about evolution.” She replied, “Are you qualified to do that?” What? Does she think I’m ...


Gary McCallister

Simply Science, Aug. 29, 2011

There are so many problems in the world today. Let me shed some light on one of them. The problem upon which I wish to shed light is sunburn ... and why would I want to shed light on sunburn? ...


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