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Three GJPD officers investigated in homeless camp incident

By Paul Shockley

Three Grand Junction Police Department officers have been placed on paid leave following allegations they damaged property at a transient camp near the Colorado River. A complaint involving the officers, who have not been identified, was made ...


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OutFit: Short shorts

By Ivy Parnasius

Shorts are having a fashion moment. Inseams are inching up from capris to bermudas and now short shorts. These abbreviated bottoms are surprisingly wearable and very versatile. Denim short shorts paired with a casual white button-down top and ...


Don’t let the name fool you ­—No Coast is a tasty sushi stop

By Tess Furey

No Coast? No problem. Grand Junction is roughly 1,000 miles from the West Coast and more than 2,000 miles from the East Coast. But with thrice-a-week seafood deliveries to No Coast Sushi, the unmistakable smell of the sea wafts into this ...


Learn about Latin quinceanera traditions

By Staff

A girl’s 15th birthday in some Latin societies is celebrated as a coming of age milestone, with roots deep in tradition and symbolism. The public is invited to learn more about quincea&#241era traditions during “La ...


How Rock defines what a hippie really is

By Rock Cesario

Several years ago, I wrote a column about “hippies” and now it is time to revisit the subject. Here is some of what I wrote then. “What is or was a hippie? Over the years at Triple Play we have heard the word ...


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Gem and Mineral Show at Two Rivers May 8-9

By Staff

“Rocks by Nature, Gems by Man” is the theme of this year’s Gem and Mineral Show. There will be 31 retail dealers at the 63rd annual show Saturday and Sunday, May 8–9, at Two Rivers Convention Center. The show runs ...


Treat mom to a concert

By Staff

Winners of Symphony in the Valley’s 2010 Young Artists Concerto Competition will perform as guests at the 17th annual Mother’s Day Concerts presented by the symphony at two venues. Concerts will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 8, in ...


Fourth Street downtown reopened to through traffic

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The intersection of Fourth and Main Streets will reopen to through traffic around noon today, a bit of good news for people heading downtown this weekend for the Art and Jazz Festival and commuters who travel through downtown. Officials ...


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Controlling grasshoppers starts early in their life cycle

By Staff

There has been a lot of media hype about grasshoppers lately.  Some predict the biggest grasshopper infestation in years. I’ve been dealing with grasshoppers for almost a decade now, and am of the opinion that there are grasshopper ...


Keys to Home Ownership Festival set for June 5, 2010

By Staff

The Keys to Home Ownership Festival, a free, educational event for the public, is scheduled for Saturday, June 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lincoln Park, 12th Street and Gunnison Avenue. Presented by the Grand Junction Area REALTOR® ...


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