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Righteous Brothers’ love song ‘Unchained Melody’ victorious

By Melinda Mawdsley

Oh, my love, my darling I’ve hungered for your touch A long, lonely time Time goes by so slowly And time can do so much Are you still mine? I need your love I need your love God speed your love to me. — Lyrics from ...

On the Goe: Skylark Music Production provides hope for GJ music scene

By David Goe

With the March 18 closure of the Mesa Theater & Club, a giant void has been created in Grand Junction’s live music scene. Gone for who knows how long are the packed theater crowds rallying around their favorite nu metal alternative ...

One Act Operas come to CMU

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Enjoy scenes from “The Magic Flute” along with scenes from “The Marriage of Figaro” during two presentations of One Act Operas at Colorado Mesa University. The scenes from the aforementioned famous operas by Mozart, as ...

Furniture maker’s works part of art receptions

By Tammy Gemaehlich

April 3 is Good Friday and a great Friday to check out art happenings and First Friday art receptions in the Grand Valley. Among the offerings is a First Friday art reception from 5:30–7 p.m. Friday, April 3, at the Grand Junction City ...


Rob Kurtzman’s stunning photography part of local gallery

By Rachel Sauer

The first hike began, as many in this area do, in the pinyon and juniper — walking along on a sunny, blue-sky day in August, perfectly timed between rainstorms, enjoying a gentle downward slope. And then. Then, down through a hole in ...

Lines West: Mountain Mud

By Staff

  Mountain Mud       She turns a crooked corner, You can hear her now, she’s a moaner.   A quarter tank and she’s still quick,     All jacked up, looking hick.   Black ...


Cheers: A toast to Mad Men

By The AP

A toast to ‘Mad Men’ From Don Draper’s old fashioneds to Roger Sterling’s smuggled-in Stoli, cocktails have played a deliciously major role on AMC’s “Mad Men.” “The culture of the cocktail ...

Speed limits and light bulbs

By Greg Walcher

There are about three people in the entire United States who feel nostalgic about the old National Speed Limit Law. It was passed in 1974 in response to an energy crisis and a frenzy of legislation intended to make us consume less. It ...

Prudent moves in coal country

By The Daily Sentinel

Imagine Colorado Mesa University shuttering its campus. The economic impact would be staggering. We recently noted that the university generated more than $417 million in economic activity last year. And that’s a conservative ...

Printed Letters: April 3, 2014

By Staff

Thanks to Rep. Willett for taking on food laws I am responding to the article on the Cottage Food Act and in support of Rep. Yuelin Willett who has supported the expansion of the law. Since this act was passed in 2012, I have been ...

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