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Sherida Warner

Quilt artist extracts inspiration from the abstract

Are you familiar with the term “abstract landscapes?” Hmm. Sounds like an oxymoron, you say? That’s what Shirley Gisi thinks, too, yet she admires some oil paintings of the ...

Erin McIntyre

Amending dirt key for a healthy soil

It’s time you got the dirt on dirt. I mean, soil. The first rule about dirt is that gardeners call it “soil.” And achieving and maintaining a garden plot with beautiful soil ...

David Goe

On the Goe: Art-music event tweaks name and more with shaken up lineup

What a difference a year makes. This time last year I was writing an article about the paltry Art and Jazz Festival and its imminent death. This year, there’s no need for such sour ...

Steve Beauregard

The fine line between being social and being creepy

It’s common to feel at least some hesitancy while in a social setting. There’s always that moment at a party where you’re surrounded by guests conversing and laughing, yet ...

Rick Jussel

Broncos’ success from health, depth

Draft Days are sneaking up, just more than a week away. The Denver Broncos are hard at work with “voluntary” workouts at Dove Valley. Peyton Manning and Adam Gase have, to this ...

Sherida Warner

Seeing quilts through juror’s eyes sharpens focus

Good art has a way of drawing you in. That’s how textile artist Patty Hawkins sees it. Hawkins, of Estes Park, juried the most recent exhibit of quilts by members of the Art Quilt ...

Erin McIntyre

Family-owned seed-potato company thrives on flanks of Grand Mesa

AUSTIN — All this time, you probably thought you only had two, maybe three choices when potatoes were on the grocery list. Russets, reds or maybe even Yukon Golds, in five-pound bags. ...

Dave Buchanan

European winemakers focus on biodynamic wines at Summa 14

Magré, BZ, Italy—Spring comes reluctantly to this northern-most part of Italy, hard by the snow-covered Dolomites and the crystal-clear headwaters of the Fiume Adige, which we ...

Sherida Warner

Exhibit delves into life’s myriad emotions

The death of a family member or a dear friend weighs heavily on the human spirit. Each of us must find our way through the grief, whatever our belief system, to function again in the land of ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 21, 2014

I don’t remember many Easter egg hunts as a kid or sitting down to a ham dinner, but there is one Easter memory from my childhood that holds a special place in my heart. It was an ...

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