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Entertainment Calendar: March 6–12

By Staff

FRIDAY, MARCH 6 JOHN SCOTT SCHULTZ AND FRIENDS, “Far Guitar” CD release concert, 7–8 p.m., Back Porch Music, 995 Independent Ave., CD features original jazz and Americana instrumentals, 589-4553. JAY KETCHEM, Central ...


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Music Scene: Kristen Yeon-Ji Yun, other local shows March 6-12

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Kristen Yeon-Ji Yun, a cellist and assistant music professor at Colorado Mesa University, is set play a number of concerts in Germany in late March, and will perform a solo recital in preparation for the international shows. “Embracing ...


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Local bands headed to SXSW showcase

By Melinda Mawdsley

Grand Junction bands Jack+Jill and Tight Thump are migrating to Austin, Texas, and those familiar with the city’s music scene will understand the decision. Both bands were invited to represent Colorado in an unofficial showcase as part ...


Entertainment Briefs: March 6-12

By Staff

Musician releases CD with concert Local musician John Schultz will celebrate the release of his CD “Far Guitar” with a release concert titled “John Scott Schultz and Friends” from 7–8 p.m. Friday, March 6, at ...


On the Goe:  ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ will be a real pleasure

By David Goe

Do you like going to the movies, yelling nonsense at the on-screen actors and trashing theaters with discarded food and drink? Of course you do, that’s the God given right of every cinephile in America. However, instead of acting like ...


Quick Picks: Tony Ortega events; Illustration-A-Thon; ‘The Bachelor’ finale

By Staff

Friday and Saturday, 
March 6–7 In pastels Denver pastel artist Tony Ortega is in the Grand Valley for a series of art workshops in School District 51 elementary schools as part of the Art Heritage Program. Some of ...


4th-grader’s melody part of Symphony’s Mozart in March

By Tammy Gemaehlich

A melody composed by Gavin Hart, a local fourth-grader, will be one of the highlights at the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming concert. The concert titled Mozart in March will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 7, and ...


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‘Fly Away Home,’ other First Friday events

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The recent blustery winds have whipped up a storm of seasonal art openings and exhibits to usher in March. One of those exhibits marks the migration of the sandhill cranes and will please bird lovers and art lovers alike. “Fly Away ...


Lines West: A Carbon Story

By Staff

A Carbon Story The dinosaurs have returned with their ferns as commodity. Once heavy-clumsy, fierce and dumb, they are now refined. Had we left them longer under the weight of time, they would be diamonds. How then should ...


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A March Madness bracket to love

By Melinda Mawdsley

Love and basketball. Both have winners and losers. Both, when things run smoothly, highlight the importance of communication and working together. There’s even traveling in both, albeit a negative in basketball and a positive ...


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