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Dave Buchanan

Wine Openers: PUT A CORK IN IT!

One lament wine writers often hear is we tend to write excessively about our local wineries. Not just me, of course, but every writer pinballing around what generically are known as ...


Charlé Thibodeau

Don’t let your dog become the pack leader

After writing my most recent column, I felt my point regarding voice control needed to be addressed further. I have heard multiple stories of unpleasant episodes where wandering dogs have ...


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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Feb. 12, 2017

This time last year, I was whining about the lingering cold and snow in the form of a “Dear John” letter to Old Man Winter. The season’s frigid heaviness had grown old and I ...


Gary McCallister

The reflection — not the 
mirror — needs adjusting

There’s something wrong with our mirrors. I thought I understood a little bit about optics because of my years of experience working with microscopes. But our mirrors just aren’t ...


Rock Cesario

Need a classic album for that turntable? Here are some suggestions

A lot of folks have been purchasing turntables for gifts lately, then asking me to recommend some LPs from the ‘60s and ‘70s to go with the turntable. With that in my mind, here is ...


Steve Beauregard

Houston, we don’t have a problem

I’m sitting here on a luxury bus, in my first police escort, wondering why Houston police officers are holding up intersections just so we can get to a bar faster. If you’ve never ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Feb. 5, 2017

Oliver (a.k.a. “Ollie”), was recently diagnosed with a feline thyroid issue that involves twice-a-day medication in the form of a very small pill. Perhaps you are familiar with the ...


Dennis Hill

Best grass types to use in desert, with little water

We have one acre at East Orchard Mesa and no irrigation. What would be the best grass seed to use if we’re only watering with moveable sprinklers? Someone mentioned pasture grass. Is ...


Gary McCallister

The validity of alternative facts in science

ALTERNATE FACTS — I’ve been intrigued by the recent interest in “alternative facts.” For there to be a set of alternative facts, there must be another set of facts from ...


David Goe

Colorful cookbook lifts lid on creative process

Cookbooks typically don’t explore the deep connection between art and music and their effect on food. Even though a chef’s surrounding social environment influences every ingredient ...


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