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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 1, 2011

May Day, Mayday. All those April showers — and we had some good ones — are supposed to bring May flowers, but what I’m seeing is mostly dandelions and weeds. Lots and lots of ...

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Sherida Warner

Fabric artists go on location for subject matter

The theme says “Anything Goes,” but the top three juror’s picks in an exhibit by members of the Art Quilt Association have a common thread: geography. The fabric artists ...

Gary McCallister

Is it so wrong to want baby blood-suckers to die?

I know I should repent. It just seems wrong for me to rejoice in the misfortune of others. But I have to admit that I was pleased when I first learned that mosquitoes can get sick. It still ...

Tess Furey

From surf and turf to happy hour, Garfield’s offers solid dining experience

My parents would love a restaurant like Garfield’s. I like it, too. Think of a place that serves steak and seafood in dark-lit and comfortable surroundings. Servers wear white tuxedo ...

Rock Cesario

A list of six recent releases to add to your music collection

The other day a customer asked about the old Triple Play Top 10, a list which used to run with this column. The customer said that she relied on it for some of her new music purchases. After ...

Dave Buchanan

New York reviewer wowed by Colo. wine

When Guy Drew gets attention, he gets the right kind. The affable and award-winning winemaker from McElmo Canyon near Cortez recently picked up some well-deserved national acclaim when the ...

Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Tomato plant rot, wisteria

For the past several gardening seasons, I have been beset with an unusually high incidence of blossom end rot on my tomato vines. I realize this is a physiological problem, but are there ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 24, 2011

“Time fill message of the end of door and happy is a necessary birthing people for the predetermined yard,” my dad said softly and purposely, as he sat in his chair, looking me ...

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Sherida Warner

Tall girl’s textile art confronts lifetime of pain

She was 17 years old and towered over her parents and peers at 6 feet 6 1/2 inches in height. The year was 1965, and Amazon warrior was not among Carol Larson’s career choices. In a ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: Defense should be Broncos’ focus in draft

I’ve done my due diligence: Read every Mel Kiper and Todd McShay word; subscribed to websites; watched video of the top prospects; gleaned wisdom from every John Elway tweet and John Fox ...

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