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Ivy Parnasius

OA: Pollux Column February 06, 2009

Toe shapes and heel heights are old news this spring. Instead, the focus is on the details. Architectural heels made of wood or metal with a strong silhouette and exaggerated angles make a ...

Dixie Burmeister

FD: Dixie Burmeister Column February 04, 2009

The big game is over. Does this signal the end of the Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s and, of course, Super Bowl eat-a-thon? Or does the Super Bowl signal ...

Sherida Warner

LS: Art of Quilting Column February 01, 2009

This quilting concept may seem a bit backward, yet the theory is truly advanced. You quilt individual blocks first, then put them together to finish the project. The woman who invented the ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

LS: Your Town Column February 01, 2009

Somewhere in the stacks of photo albums at my parent’s house is a black and white photo taken of my dad — a much younger version of him — wearing dark sunglasses and posed ...

Annie Payne

HG: Annie Payne Column January 31, 2009

One week ago today marked the day considered by those who have the time and energy to figure these things out as the most depressing day of the year. Apparently, by Jan. 24, bills from ...

Dennis Hill

HG: Homegrown Column January 31, 2009

We received forced tulip bulbs for Christmas. How do I care for the bulbs after they are through blooming? Thanks. — Irene To be honest, most people end up throwing them away ...

Ivy Parnasius

OA: Pollux Column January 30, 2009

Heat up your wardrobe with a peasant top. Beautiful embroidery, roomy silhouettes and colorful patterns set these tops apart from the rest. Add comfort and style to the list and peasant tops ...

Rock Cesario

OA: Rock Cesario Column January 30, 2009

Well, the big bowl game is here. That’s right. It is once again time for the Ice Bowl. You know, that disc golf tournament held during the middle of the winter, when a large group of ...

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Kathy Jordan

History Here and Now Column January 30, 2009

Third in a four-part series on the history of local skiing. Ski lessons at Mesa Creek were made available when Don Larsh, a member of the 1948 U.S. Olympic team, started a ski school in 1952. ...

Dave Buchanan

FD: Wine Columnn January 28, 2009

Over the clatter of metal legs sliding across the concrete floor, the small pump wheezed and puffed as it sucked red wine from one glass jar and pushed it into another. Four of us — Sal ...

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