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Rockslide expected to close Highway 65 through weekend

By Staff

A massive rockslide that closed most of Colorado Highway 65 through Plateau Canyon Thursday will likely mean the road will remain closed through the weekend, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation. The debris field includes ...


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Music Q&A: Young Dubliners’ Keith Roberts

By Melinda Mawdsley

Although it’s heavily influenced by Irish music, the rock band Young Dubliners is more than an Irish band. In fact, most of the members — Bob Boulding, guitar and vocals; Dave Ingraham, percussion; Chas Waltz, violin, keyboard, ...


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Music Scene: Chris Proctor, more

By Tammy Gemaehlich

A master of both the 6- and 12-sting guitar, Chris Proctor will perform Saturday, March 8, at the KAFM Radio Room, 1310 Ute Ave. Proctor’s compositions have wide-ranging influences including jazz, pop, classical, ethnic, according to ...


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Look Out! Stephanie’s funky pants

By Priscilla Mangnall

Scene: Fun-loving Stephanie Kampf stood out in her newspaper print pants at a recent birthday party on the Redlands. Style: While heading to an AC-DC concert at the Pepsi Center in Denver about 10 years ago, Stephanie spotted these super ...


Entertainment briefs: March 7

By Staff

Canyonlands art contest part of 50th anniversary The Moab Arts & Recreation Center, in collaboration with the Friends of Arches and Canyonlands Parks and the National Park Service, have announced an art contest in honor of the 50th ...


Quick Picks: Western Colorado Chorale, Western Colorado Jazz Orchestra

By Melinda Mawdsley

Friday and Saturday, March 7–8 Sing for spring Join the Western Colorado Chorale for an evening of song during its two 7:30 p.m. “Spring Celebration: The Rio Grande and Easter” concerts in the Recital Hall in The Moss ...


On the Goe: Goodbye, Lowlands

By Staff

Where most bands fizzle out, over stay their welcome, or break up over petty issues, a few manage to go out on top, ending things on their own terms. The Band did that with its farewell concert “The Last Waltz” and if you’ve ...


Full weekend of art openings featured in First Friday

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The local art community has definitely roared this First Friday while welcoming March like a lion with art openings from Friday through Sunday, March 7–9. The +1 North Gallery and Studios, 1150 N. 25th St., will have its grand opening ...


Lines West: Avatar Roberts

By Staff

People How do they do things?  Certain things? Always setting records, building things, giant things, inventing? How are people able to do this? Can they change the world? Can I do these things? Could I make engines out ...


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Cover story: Daylight playing time

By Melinda Mawdsley

You are so close, western Colorado. Winter is almost over! Although spring technically begins March 20, one of the first signs of the changing seasons arrives at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 9: Daylight Saving Time. This annual event on the second ...


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