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CHEERS! Pear me foolish

By Charles Ashby

Pear me foolish First, let me apologize, because whenever I write about a drink that includes anything to do with elderflowers my thoughts immediately turn to Monty Python and the Holy Grail. “You don’t frighten us, English pig ...

Father’s Day activities your dad will appreciate

By Staff

Father’s Day activities your dad will appreciate: 1 Fishing.     2 Go-Kart driving.     3 Paintball.     4 Beer tasting.     5 Amusement park.     6 ...

Time Suck: Super Dad

By Staff

SUPER DAD This is the perfect time to revisit a video that many of us have seen, but should watch again because Father’s Day is Sunday. The video “17 Incredible Moments When Dad Saved the Day” reminds us of the number of ...


All in good taste: Customers sweet on craft sodas’ 
unique, quality fizzy flavors

By Erin McIntyre

Pepsi or Coke? Anyone who watched television in the 1980s will remember this question from the commercials. The beverage industry has changed a lot since then, and it turns out that these days, many consumers would answer that question with, ...

Brush fire detours I-70 traffic near Rifle

By Dennis Webb

Westbound Interstate 70 has been closed at the mile marker 87 exit just west of Rifle due to a brush fire. Colorado River Fire Rescue is fighting the fire around mile marker 84, and westbound interstate traffic is being diverted onto U.S. ...

Entertainment briefs: June 17–23

By Staff

Arts-based preschool set to open Registration is underway for a new arts-based preschool offered by Creative Avenues. The preschool will open this fall at 835 N. 26th St. Creative Avenues Preschool and Learning Center has openings for ...


Don’t miss this lesser-known king of swamp rock

By Rock Cesario

Who do you think of when I say king or kings of “swamp music?” Lynyrd Skynyrd, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Doobie Brothers? All good choices. I might have said any one of those three 20 years ago. Do you know who wrote ...

Summer tradition continues at Strawberry Days

By Tammy Gemaehlich

On a June day in 1898, neighbors gathered in Glenwood Springs for a simple picnic to share the bounty of the strawberry harvest and celebrate the warm days ahead. That tradition continues this weekend, on a much grander scale. Welcome to the ...


Quick Picks: Legends of the Grand Valley unveiling; Take Part in Art Expo; ‘Piece Talk’

By Ann Wright

Friday, June 17 A legend See a bit of Grand Junction’s history unveiled with the latest addition by the Legends of the Grand Valley project. A sculpture and ceramic tile mural depicting KREX broadcaster Rex Howell and stories of the ...

Meet Riley Pint

By Special to the Sentinel

Riley Pint, the Colorado Rockies’ first-round draft pick, signed his first pro contract Wednesday and met with the Denver media. He’ll report to Grand Junction on Thursday to begin his career. Video courtesy of Colorado ...

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