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Dave Buchanan

Canyon Wind Cellars closing

Throughout its short history, the Colorado wine industry has maintained one sure trait: It never sits still. That constant flex and growth makes an observer expect regular changes, but the ...

Erin McIntyre

STAND TALL — Give your trees a good start, plant them correctly

Bruce Lee is thoroughly enjoying my front yard. Yes, Bruce Lee, my new lacebark pine tree. I name all my trees. It’s a thing. And Bruce Lee is my new tree that kicks serious booty and ...

David Goe

On the Goe: Music of all genres have been touched by the green leaf

In just five days, marijuana enthusiasts across Colorado will be Rocky Mountain high for annual 4/20 events. From the massive public smoke out at Denver’s Civic Park to the small ...

Erin McIntyre

Give castaway furniture a second life, updated look

They say one person’s trash is another person’s treasure. Never could that statement be more true than during Spring Cleanup, the city of Grand Junction’s program that allows ...

Gary McCallister

Are you fascinated by boredom? I’ve got just the career just for you

People like me with attention deficit are never bored. At least I wasn’t bored until I decided to write a column on boredom. Researching boredom proved to be quite boring. Although even ...

Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Get to know ‘official’ Record Store Day releases

The 10th annual Record Store Day is Saturday, April 16, and we are excited about several of the exclusive releases that will be available then. With so many titles available, it is a good idea ...

Dave Buchanan

Celebrating America on winemaking power map

A face familiar to Colorado winemakers is celebrating a 40th anniversary this year. But it’s not your usual anniversary. This time it’s Warren Winiarski, the renowned California ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 2, 2016

In typical spring fashion, I wore open-toed shoes on the day it snowed last week and a few too many layers on the day it was warm and sunny. However, when it came to choosing what ...

Erin McIntyre

Bee-friendly yard with help of dandelions

Spring has sprung, and that means the weeds are back in full force. But there is one weed I won’t be yanking out of the lawn this year, or spraying, because I want to encourage some ...

Gary McCallister

The origins — and wonders — of aspirin

I’ve decided that pain is the price we pay for stability. In return for not being spun off the earth by centrifugal force, gravity inflicts pain on us. I’m not sure what gravity ...

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