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Carlos Oscar’s show at the Avalon to be taped in front of live audience

By Tammy Gemaehlich

You can be a part of the show when Carlos Oscar brings his Pure Comedy Special to Grand Junction. Oscar’s show, set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2, at the Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St., will be taped in front of the live audience by ...


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Blaze of Color Awaits on Grand Mesa

By Staff

Get out and see the vibrant colors of fall during Color Weekend on Grand Mesa. In addition to your camera, take a sweatshirt or jacket because the weather forecast for Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 27–28, calls for high temperatures in the ...


Join community in celebrating Avalon reopening

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The newly renovated Avalon Theatre will host a variety of stage performances during its grand opening Community Celebration Weekend Friday through Sunday, Sept. 26–28, at the theater, 645 Main St. The public is invited to see the ...


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Triple Played: When you can suggest good music, you create lasting relationships

By Rock Cesario

One of the more pleasurable things that happens at Triple Play Records is when we recommend a specific artist or recording to a customer that they come to love. Many times that customer will make a point of telling us. It has happened ...


Entertainment briefs: Sept. 26-Oct. 2

By Staff

Rodeo-themed corn maze opens DeVries Fruit and Veggie Roadside Stand, north of Montrose on U.S. Highway 50 between mile markers 85 and 86, has opened its rodeo-themed 30-acre corn maze, as well as a straw bale maze (with a corn pit) for the ...


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Quick Picks: Legends sculpture unveiling; Mountain Harvest Festival; car show

By Melinda Mawdsley

Friday, Sept. 26 Legends in sculpture The latest sculpture in the Legends of the Grand Valley historic sculptures project will be unveiled at 5:30 p.m. at the corner of Seventh and Main Streets. The sculpture “Chet & Vernie: ...


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Lines West, Sept. 26

By Staff

Monday, 7:35 A.M. Sleepy students sit in classes, Too early in the morning, And try to make music, And it’s too early in the morning. Ruddy rosy cheeks Colored by winter wind Lean against warm wooden Bass fiddles that ...


National parks in Colorado waive entrance fees

By The AP

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — Entrance fees are being waived at Colorado’s national parks Saturday to celebrate National Public Lands Day. Free entry will be offered at Rocky Mountain National Park, Great Sand Dunes National Park ...


Denver Zoo celebrates birth of fossa pup

By The AP

DENVER — The Denver Zoo is showing off its new addition — a 2-month-old fossa (FOO’-sah) pup named Rico. The pup was born July 28 but has spent the last couple of months behind the scenes under the watchful eye of his ...


Hunters, hikers asked to watch out for Craig man

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Authorities in northwestern Colorado are asking hunters, hikers and campers to keep an eye out for any sign of a missing man from Craig. The truck belonging to 61-year-old John Michael Simons’ truck was ...


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