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Sherida Warner

Galaxy of stars on horizon at Gateway retreat

The roster for this year’s Alegre Retreat, an art quilter’s experience at Gateway Canyons Resort in southern Mesa County, reads like a veritable Who’s Who of contemporary ...

Gary McCallister

Happy New Hexachron, or hope you have the time of your life

“It was the best of times; it was the worst of times ...” No, wait! That’s already taken. How about, “To everything there is a season ...” What? That’s ...

Tess Furey

The Hot Tomato in Fruita fun to visit and even better to enjoy pizza

The Hot Tomato Cafe is one of the hottest joints in Fruita, and owners Anne Keller and Jen Zeuner know how to throw a pie. Pizzas are made to order — so be prepared to wait a bit — ...

Rock Cesario

I’m optimistic about 2011, despite Downtown Uplift at the door

Here we are, on the last day in this interesting year of 2010. I hope you will join me in looking forward to the new year with optimism. At first, that was definitely a personal challenge ...

Steve Beauregard

Weed, greed & need:  The 2010 year in review

It’s that time when we look back on the past year — at our memories, the special moments, all of our achievements — and say, “Well that sucked.” So we won’t ...

Tess Furey

Cheers, salud and all that other stuff

I’ve only stolen once in my life. Well, that doesn’t include taking Chucky Kuhlman’s allowance in the second grade, for which I paid dearly. Besides, Chucky was the ...

Rock Cesario

After giving holiday thanks, we’ll turn attention to the ‘Ice Bowl’

This is the time of the year we all tend to focus on our blessings, when we should be counting them all year long! When you are lucky enough to have owned your own small business as I have, ...

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Sherida Warner

Old fabric never dies … it doesn’t even fade away

Mixed media fiber artist Jamie Fingal of Orange, Calif., quickly measured up to the challenge when she decided to enter a quilt contest titled “New from Old.” Known for her playful ...

Gary McCallister

Even in dead of winter, there is the promise of life renewed

There are many human experiences that are enhanced by scientific knowledge, and I try to celebrate them in this column. But knowing that the Earth’s axial tilt is 23.26 degrees does not ...

Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Pampas, willow clippings

I would like to know how to care for my hardy pampas and dwarf pampas grass for the winter. Also, can the “feathers” be used for decoration in the home? — Jean Taking ...

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