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Three cheers for chardonnay

By Dave Buchanan

As summer approaches (albeit hesitantly at times), and with it the seasonal change in our dining and drinking habits, wine drinkers find themselves lured by a glass of chilled white wine. Reds are fine for winter and for those moments when ...


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Backlash leads to more balanced use of oak

By Dave Buchanan

Chardonnay has been part of American winemaking since at least 1882, when Charles Wetmore planted the vine in his vineyard in Livermore Valley east of San Francisco. Other plantings followed and in when 1912 Ernest Wente, son of C.H. Wente, ...


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A simple salad, made any way you want

By Dixie Burmeister

It took me a while to discover that my guy, Fred, doesn’t like lettuce-based salads nearly as much as he likes the vegetables that go in the salad. This revelation occurred after a taco salad dinner, where I diced vegetables and placed ...


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Zikr Dance Ensemble bringing ‘Ancient Shadows’ to Moss

By Tammy Gemaehlich

In a fusion of contemporary choreography and ancient dance rituals, the Denver-based Zikr Dance Ensemble will perform the show “Ancient Shadows” in Grand Junction. The fully-costumed dance performance will be presented at 7 p.m. ...


Piano-playing bear strikes viral chord at Colorado apartment

By The AP

VAIL — Police say it wasn’t a burglary — just a black bear that stomped, briefly, on piano keys while rummaging through an apartment in Colorado. The revelation came after Katie Hawley reported her Vail apartment had been ...


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Music Scene: Those Folk and other area shows for June 9–15

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Those Folk aren’t just any ‘ol folk, they are Lawrence Menard and Clare Quinn, an eclectic, world-traveling roots duo. They will perform from 8–11 p.m. Friday, June 9, at Warehouse 25Sixty-Five, 2565 American Way, with folk ...


On Stage: Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’

By Staff

GEEK PARTIES OF THE GRAND VALLEY Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night,” 5:30–8:30 p.m. Saturday, June 10, Eagle Rim Park, 2746 Cheyenne Drive, presented as a 1930s Prohibition romantic comedy, free performances, silent ...


Country Jam: Country stars headed to Mack

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Western Colorado’s country music party marks its 26th anniversary this year and you’re invited to celebrate with the big-name country music stars in Mack. Country Jam 2017 officially takes place Thursday through Sunday, June ...


Protection for births through 24/7 obstetrics partnership

By Sponsored Content

SPONSORED CONTENT: Nancy Lofholm For St. Mary’s Medical Center Nature does an amazing job of ensuring most births take place as planned. Dr. Michael White knows this better than most. But, as an OB hospitalist who has assisted at ...


Blotter, June 7, 2017

By Staff

Man shoots fighting dogs A 26-year-old dog-sitter shot to death one pit bull and wounded another on May 28 after he was unable to separate the two dogs from fighting at an Orchard Mesa home, according to a Mesa County Sheriff’s report ...


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