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Music Scene, July 15

By Tammy Gemaehlich

An evening of Spanish guitar music, performed by versatile guitarist Stephen Marchionda, will take place Thursday, July 21, at Two Rivers Winery, 2087 Broadway. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the concert is at 7 p.m. The world class ...


Whether they’re for wine, food, making new friends — 
or the actual reading — book

By Rachel Sauer

Democracy, in this case, was represented by uncooked beans, and “A Man Called Ove” had 12 red ones. That meant 12 new members of the formed-about-20-minutes-before A Book Club with a Wine Problem wanted to read Fredrik ...

Entertainment in Brief: Open house at Creative Avenues

By Staff

Open house at Creative Avenues Creative Avenues will host an open house from 9 a.m.–11 a.m. Saturday, July 16, and from 10 a.m.–noon and 1–3 p.m. Saturday, July 23, at 835 N. 26th St. The public is welcome to tour the ...


for King and Country headlines Christian music fest in Olathe

By Tammy Gemaehlich

God’s not dead, he’s surely alive at the 2016 NightVision Christian music festival, happening Friday and Saturday, July 15–16, at Olathe Community Park in Olathe. This year’s headliners are for King & Country, ...

Lines West, July 15

By Staff

Stone the Rabbit As still as a rock there he lies not moving an ear, his black and gray fur blends in to the ground. — Preston Young, 3rd grade  ...

Three Dog Night provided great cover for other musicians

By Rock Cesario

Most bands start out as cover bands, as do many solo acts. The Beatles and the Rolling Stones started as cover bands, and the rest is history. Elvis Presley was not a songwriter. He didn’t need to be because of his golden voice. Eric ...

Entrance fees could double at monument

By Mike Wiggins

You may have to dig a little deeper into your pocket next year to enjoy the red rock canyons and spires of Colorado National Monument. Entrance fees at the monument would double in most cases in 2017 under a National Parks Service proposal. ...


Neighbor says restaurant fouls the air, but owners are in compliance

By Amy Hamilton

The wafting smell of barbecue on the grill likely is a welcome and pleasant aroma for most people. But Grand Junction resident Frank Francese, who lives next door to a barbecue restaurant off North Avenue, is fed up when the smells of meat ...

Fort Collins girl has lunch with first lady at White House

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A Fort Collins girl is having lunch with First Lady Michelle Obama after winning a national children’s healthy cooking contest. Ten-year-old Hannah Skalicky and her mother Cindy were representing Colorado at the ...

Email letters, July 14, 2016

By Staff

Clinton clearly believes she is above the law As detailed by the FBI directory, Hillary Clinton was at least extremely careless in setting up an insecure email server for her official government communication. She did so specifically because ...

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