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Sherida Warner

Conservator gives aging textiles a new life

Our ties to history often hang by a thread. Textile conservator Julia Brennan of Washington, D.C., makes it her life’s work to ensure that important artifacts aren’t lost to the ...

Sherida Warner

How to care for heirloom fabrics

How can you safely clean an heirloom quilt? When Julia Brennan hears that question, she says dry cleaners and washers and dryers are off-limits. The Washington, D.C., textile conservator ...

Charlé Thibodeau

Nail trimming important in caring for older pets

Sitting down on the couch last evening, my old Tom cat jumped on my lap and began purring, content that I was finally home for the day. Responding to my gentle petting, he began kneading my ...

Erin McIntyre

Alfalfa sprouts are fun, easy to grow

I’ve finally found something to fill the colossal void of missing out on having a Chia pet as a child. I remember really, really wanting the Chia teddy bear, but it was discontinued when ...

David Goe

On the Goe: Pure madness in the March music scene

After a slow, bitterly cold couple of months of nothing but eating, drinking and Netflix marathons, spring is finally here to spell us from miserable temperatures and unhealthy lifestyle ...

Erin McIntyre

Make a plan of attack against weeds

They’re heeeeeeere. Nope, not the poltergeists inside your fuzzy TV set. Not the aliens waiting to take you to their leader. The weeds are already here, in full-force, and now is your ...

Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Hard Working Americans enjoy payoff with debut

One of the better new releases this year, in my opinion, comes from a band I had never heard of until recently. Most of you may not have heard of them either, but I’ll bet you know of ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: Free agent signings a good start for Broncos

The Denver Broncos, as has been the case since John Elway won the recruiting battle for quarterback Peyton Manning two seasons ago, have again made a huge splash in free agency. This time ...

Dave Buchanan

Bonné‘s book gives insight into evolving wine industry

California long has been the crucible for much of American winemaking, and while there certainly are reasons why not every wine-making region in the United States (and elsewhere) can or should ...

Rick Jussel

Denver’s free-agent possibilities endless

The best part of the National Football League season — unless, of course, your team is up 30 points in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl — starts today with the opening of free ...

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