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Road Trip: Week of March 18, 2011

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado and Utah in the near future. Vail Film Festival— The Sebastian and CineBistro, Vail Village, March 31–April 3. Jerrod Niemann, more — Grizzly Rose, Denver, March ...


Colorado National Monument has full slate of events planned to celebrate its centennial

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Colorado National Monument has planned a Centennial History and Nature Lecture Series, a collection of hikes, presentations and performances, in celebration of the monument’s 100th anniversary. For hikes, be prepared with sturdy shoes ...


Icy beaches and fried cheese curds: What a spring break!

By Jim Spehar

So you’re just back from the beach, all suntanned after your spring break. Perhaps a little heftier after all that fresh shrimp and excellent Mexican food. Shut up, already! We don’t want to hear about it. Our spring break trip ...


Printed letters, March 22, 2011

By Staff

We routinely throw the word “hero” around too lightly anymore. Everyone is a hero nowadays, it seems. The overuse of the hero label has cheapened the word, its meaning and its real value to our language. Our military people (I was ...


There are no goals for the no-fly zone

By The Daily Sentinel

The United States and its NATO allies — with vocal support from the Arab League but little actual military assistance — are now engaged in a war in Libya. It’s called enforcing a no-fly zone. But, make no mistake about it, ...


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Hollywood bracketology: Sports movies battle it out for top billing

By Melinda Mawdsley

The story to follow is a comedic but timely take on a very serious issue sweeping the nation: March Madness. March Madness isn’t an illness, or even a problem, really. Rather it’s an American fixation on the NCAA men’s or ...


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OutFit: Satchels

By Ivy Parnasius

Celebs and fashion editors are sporting the must-have bag for spring: the satchel. Sturdy, compact and easy to open, a satchel handbag is the epitome of cool. The trademark of the satchel is the handle on top, making it possible to carry as ...


British rockers worthy of being placed in their own category

By Rock Cesario

I have so many personal favorites when it comes to music that I can’t keep track of them all. They come from all genres of music, all walks of life and from all over the world. Today, I’ll focus on my favorites from across the ...


Grazing on the green stuff

By Tess Furey

Green chili is hard to judge because there are so many different variations: Mexican style, New Mexican style, with tomatoes, no tomatoes, tongue-scalding, mild, soupy or thick. Everybody has a favorite style and taste, yet we decided to ...


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Escape the world’s troubles, hike to Monument Canyon

By Bill Haggerty

The world has changed. Earth has shifted on its axis. Earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, radioactive fallout. Flying over Tulsa, Okla., on our way home from Virginia, Delta pilot Captain Christopher Smith has asked flight attendants on Flight ...


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