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Quick Picks: New museum exhibits; Cello Day free show; ‘Physical Graffiti’

By Staff

Friday, Feb. 20 The Museum of the West, 462 Ute Ave., welcomes two exhibits: “Working on the Western Slope: Heritage Rendezvous” and “The Way We Worked.” “The Way We Worked” is a traveling National ...

Finalists compete to join GJ symphony

By Tammy Gemaehlich

A clarinetist, flautist and trumpet player are set to compete for an opportunity to perform with the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra. The symphony’s 21st annual Young Artist Competition will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 22, in the Love ...

One Book chat with author Roz Chast

By Ann Wright

If you’ve read Roz Chast’s book and have a question for her, here’s your chance to get it answered. The author of “Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?”, which was chosen as the 2015 One Book, One ...


Grand Valley woman getting word out about theater’s ballet, art screenings

By Ann Wright

Barbara Hill doesn’t ski or backpack anymore. “I’m 80 now and my body is telling me that,” she says. Besides, these days her attention is focused on ballet, art and opera. “I’m determined,” she says ...

Country Jam announces full lineup

By Staff

Country Jam announced the full lineup of country stars that will perform at the festival June 18-21 in Mack. The lineup includes Billy Currington, Kacey Musgraves, Eli Young Band, Thompson Square, Parmalee, Frankie Ballard, Randy Rogers ...

Lines West: The Need For Trees

By Staff

The Need for Trees I have no first tree inside of me as many boys do or ought to have since as a child I lived up high in gray apartments far from soil. That I had had a chestnut or an oak outside my bedroom window in the sun as a ...

Colorado House to honor black cowboys

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Legislature is marking Black History Month in true Western fashion — by honoring black cowboys and ranchers. The state House planned an observation Friday to honor the cowboys and the Black American West ...

Fossil fuel divestment effort comes to energy-rich Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — A campaign to get universities to stop investing in fossil fuels has come to energy-rich Colorado. Students will ask the University of Colorado Board of Regents on Friday to divest from coal and petroleum companies. The board ...

Blame someone else for newest monument

By The Daily Sentinel

Before he was defeated in his bid for re-election, former U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., tried to get Congress to designate Browns Canyon as a national monument. That effort failed despite support from sportsmen and wildlife enthusiasts and ...

A journey into darkness

By Josh Penry

When you descend into the narrow, black, cavern lodged in that hillside above the fabled streets of that historic city, you just know — maybe because of intuition, maybe because of more powerful forces at work — that you are about ...

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