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Music Scene: Ragged Union and other area shows from Oct. 9–15

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Traditional and modern come together in the music of Ragged Union, a six-piece, female-fronted bluegrass band from Golden. “This IS your grandfather’s bluegrass music but NOT his lyrics or subject matter,” wrote Ron Thomason ...


Quick Picks: Empty Bowls and Nepal presentation

By Melinda Mawdsley

Saturday, Oct. 10 Have a bowl Enjoy a bowl of soup to support Grand Valley Catholic Outreach’s Soup Kitchen during the 20th annual Empty Bowls event from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Grand Valley Catholic Outreach, 245 S. First St. First, ...


All eyes on the sky for the Thunderbirds

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The skies will take center stage when the West Star Air Show 2015 takes flight on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 10–11, at the Grand Junction Regional Airport. The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will headline the show. “Millions of ...

Entertainment briefs: Oct. 9–15

By Staff

Board seeks art champion nominations The Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture is seeking nominations for the annual Champion of the Arts Awards that honor Grand Junction businesses, organizations and individuals that exemplify ...

Edgar Allen Poe Festival in GJ

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Edgar Allan Poe Festival is set to continue with dance performances based on Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado” performed by the Salt Wash Dance Theater. Hosted by Typewritering Wordsmiths, the festival commemorates the ...


Symphony season: GJ Symphony Orchestra musicians share stories, memories

By Melinda Mawdsley

The Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming season will be a memorable one. Not only will symphony members debut a world premiere piece, they also will welcome four men from across the country to guest conduct a performance in the ...

Triple Played: Some of the best music just gets better as time goes on

By Rock Cesario

One of the many times that I was playing Bob Dylan’s classic “Blood On the Tracks” album in the store, a young man in his 20s came in and said, “The older I get the better Bob Dylan gets.” Well, he’s going ...

Kyle Schwarber, Dexter Fowler

Reel time to real time: Revisiting predictions from ‘Back to the Future II’

By Melinda Mawdsley

It was 1985 in Hill Valley, California, and there was a flash in the sky. Doc Brown arrived in a flying DeLorean, wearing an outlandish orange shirt, transparent plastic tie and silver shades bordering on the absurd. He had been to the future ...

Email letters, October 8, 2015

By Staff

Konola’s mischaracterization of Second Amendment discloses ignorance Claudette Konola’s stunningly specious mischaracterization of the Second Amendment discloses complete ignorance and/or willful dismissal of the distinction ...

McCarthy, rivals make pitch for speaker as House GOP votes

By The AP

WASHINGTON — House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy appealed to sharply divided fellow Republicans today to back him for speaker at a time of turmoil and change. But the day’s secret-ballot elections were shaping up as merely an ...

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