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Music Scene: Tenth Avenue North and other area shows for April 1–7

By Melinda Mawdsley

Popular Christian band Tenth Avenue North is stopping in western Colorado while on its national tour to promote the release of its most recent album, “Cathedrals.” The band — Mike Donehey, Jason Jamison, Ruben Juarez, ...


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Quick Picks: Cowboy Poetry Event; Edesia; comedian Chris Fonseca

By Melinda Mawdsley

Saturday, April 2 Cowboy poetry Celebrate the western heritage of the Gateway area with the Cowboy Poetry Event at 6 p.m. at the Gateway Community Building. There will be live music and a silent auction in addition to cowboy poets. The ...


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Schools give the devil his due

By Erin McIntyre

DELTA — It all began with Gideon Bibles offered for free on a table in the middle school library. And now, those Bibles have led to the distribution of Satanic coloring books and pamphlets on abortion. The issue of separation of church ...


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Delta residents pray for community amid church-state controversy

By Katie Langford

DELTA — More than a dozen Delta parents and students gathered around the high school flagpole Thursday night to pray for their community in light of the recent controversy about Satanic and atheist pamphlets being distributed at the ...


On the Goe: Burger Records bringing better bands to GJ

By David Goe

Burger Records is a small, independent record label based out of the Los Angeles community of Fullerton. Founded in 2007, the Burger Records label specializes in laid-back garage rock and pop music and releases most of their material via ...


Entertainment briefs: April 1-7

By Staff

Call out for SPLAT Exhibit participants The Garfield County Libraries’ Parachute Branch has put out a call for local artists, writers, actors and musicians for its SPLAT Exhibit set for 5–7 p.m. April 29, at the library, 244 ...


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First Friday features fun, diverse art events

By Tammy Gemaehlich

There’s no fooling around when it comes to the monthly art openings, and the First Friday offerings set for Friday, April 1, will not disappoint. Animal and art lovers alike are invited to attend the Grand Junction City Hall art ...


On Stage: ‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’

By Staff

THE THEATRE PROJECT “Return to the Forbidden Planet,” 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, April 1–2, and 2 p.m. Saturday, April 2, Grand Junction High School auditorium, 1400 N. Fifth St., $15 adults, $10 students and seniors, ...


‘Opera Scenes’ presented by CMU opera class

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Arias, duets and ensemble work from well-known operas will be presented in two free concerts by the Colorado Mesa University opera class. “Opera Scenes” will be on stage at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, April 1–2, at the ...


Lines West: Stay (Alta, Utah)

By Staff

Stay (Alta, Utah) There is weeping, as there should be. The descent from the parking lot above the lodge is confusing. We last had brunch here four years ago, the year of the moose. My heels catch on the metal stairs built for ski ...


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