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Triple Played: As with wine, certain music goes better with certain foods

By Rock Cesario

Two of my biggest passions in life are music and food. In our home, there are approximately 2,000 LPs, 1,000 CDs and more than 300 cookbooks. My first experience as a cook was at age 11 when both of my parents were sick with food poisoning. I ...

Art Quilt Association gets ‘bookish’

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Take a break from traditional quilting and explore what The Art Quilt Association has created for its latest quilt exhibit. The suggested theme for the exhibit is “Books and Book Titles,” which is appropriate for the display that ...

Entertainment Briefs: Feb. 27–March 5

By Staff

Hot air balloon artwork sought by board The Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture is seeking Mesa County artists to submit hot air balloon-themed artwork to be considered for an exhibit at Tiara Rado Golf Course. The exhibit will ...


CMU’s new show puts spin on a classic

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Mixing comedy with vegetables, Colorado Mesa University is offering a musical take on “The Princess and the Pea.” “Once Upon a Mattress” is a G-rated production based on the fairy tale about a princess deemed worth to ...

Kidabaloo offers entertainment, games, celebrity

By Ann Wright

Games, entertainment, contests and the opportunity to meet a famous child actress await those attending Kidabaloo. This family event will go from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, at the Fruita Community Center, 324 N. Coulson St., in ...

folling his dreams

‘Following his dreams’

By Melinda Mawdsley

No cell phones. Director Quentin Tarantino was adamant about it, so Daniel Ford didn’t have the chance to take pictures of his whirlwind day as a production assistant for the movie “The Hateful Eight” being filmed in the ...

Lines West: Advice from a Cloud

By Staff

Advice from a Cloud   Enjoy the view. Take your time.           It’s okay   to rain sometimes,   just as it is to storm. You’re always changing,   so embrace ...


De Beque plans new fire station

By Emily Shockley

Personnel of the De Beque Fire Protection District hope building a larger fire station will make their operations faster, safer and more efficient. The district hopes to break ground as early as July on a 15,000-square-foot station at 4580 ...

Backcountry enthusiasts warned of avalanche danger

By The AP

FRISCO — Avalanche forecasters are cautioning backcountry enthusiasts after a series of recent storms and with more snow expected over the weekend. Ethan Greene, director of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, tells The Summit ...

Sentinel readers, I bid you adieu

By Josh Penry

I’m a little biased, but there really is no place like Grand Junction, Colorado, USA. The people, the history, the fractious politics, the bona fide sense of community, the picture perfect climate, Dos Hombres chips and salsa — I ...

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