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Students show their work at Animation Festival

By Tammy Gemaehlich

If you’re curious about the art of animation or just want to be entertained, plan to attend the Animation Festival at Mesa State College. Senior graphic design/animation majors will show off their completed works from 2:30–4:30 ...

Mesa State Dance Society to perform ‘Naked Soles’ fundraiser at Moss Center

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Dancers with the Mesa State College Dance Society will bare their soles for a student-directed concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at Robinson Theatre in the Moss Performing Arts Center, 1231 N. 12th St. “Naked Soles” will ...

Jalapeño eating contest at Cinco de Mayo festival comes with $100 prize

By Tess Furey

Think you could consume more than 20 jalapeños in a single sitting? That’s about what you’d have to down to win the jalapeño-eating contest at this year’s Cinco de Mayo festival in downtown Grand Junction. There ...

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Jazz of all types, art for all tastes can be found at downtown Art and Jazz Festival

By Tammy Gemaehlich

How do you like your jazz — funky, jazzy or swinging? Or, all of the above? Head to the 23rd annual Downtown Grand Junction Art and Jazz Festival from Friday through Sunday, May 6–8, in the 200–300 blocks of Main ...

250-plus classic, antique cars to be on display in Gateway

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Do your eyes light up when you see a Ford Mustang? Then your eyes are in for a treat at the sixth annual Gateway Canyons Classic Auto Fest on Saturday, May 7, at Gateway Canyons Resort and the Gateway Colorado Auto Museum. The Ford Mustang ...

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Lost Troupe to perform ‘Assassins’

By Staff

The Lost Theater Troupe isn’t really lost. It’s just been taken over by assassins. John Wilkes Booth, Lee Harvey Oswald and their killer kin populate the troupe’s production of the 1990 Stephen Sondheim musical ...

April 27 appointment in a class by itself

By Rock Cesario

I was tremendously honored when asked by Sean Flanigan, assistant professor of low brass at Mesa State College, to speak to both of his History of Popular Music classes. We decided on a date and, since my son Matthew is in the 10 a.m. class, ...


OutFit: Maxi prints

By Ivy Parnasius

Everyone knows that maxi dresses have been big news for several seasons, and this season is not an exception. These floor sweeping dresses are effortless and ultra comfortable. Solid maxi dresses were predominate last year, but look for ...

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Albertsons’ Monopoly winner in Grand Junction

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Doris Hinkle of Grand Junction could hardly believe it when she placed the final stamp for a $40,000 prize on her Albertsons Monopoly Collect and Win game board. Nobody else could believe it either. Hinkle told her husband who thought she ...

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Knitting store clothes downtown sculptures

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Christina Caspari and Allison Blevins, co-owners of Tangled at 525 Main St., were installing their “Knit on the Corner” temporary art display downtown Friday morning. This is the second year the duo has decorated the “Art ...

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