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Telluride ski instructor named ‘Instructor of the Year’

By Dave Buchanan

Veteran Telluride Ski Resort instructor Richard Thorpe has been named the 2009-2010 “Ski/snowboard Instructor of the Year” by Colorado Ski Country USA. Thorpe received his award earlier this month during the Colorado Ski Country ...

Woman who pleaded guilty in ‘Buddy’ case jailed on new warrant

By Paul Shockley

A woman who pleaded guilty last month for her role in the death of a dog on Colorado National Monument was arrested Thursday on allegations she’s repeatedly violated terms of her release. Melissa Lockhart, 32, was arrested by U.S. ...


Tattoo studio expands, with a more urban feel

By Melinda Mawdsley

Justin Nordine has seen the light. Inspired both artistically and professionally by the bright lights and bustle of big city life, Nordine created the Raw Canvas Custom Tattoo Studio in 2008. But Nordine, 30, envisioned Raw Canvas as more ...

Bead show to run 3 days at DoubleTree Hotel

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

There’s no end to the combinations of ways beads can be used in jewelry making and other craft projects. Learn more about beads at the three-day bead show that will display a vast collection of beads from around the world. The show will ...

300 quilts to be displayed at Quilters’ Corner during shop’s 10th anniversary celebratio

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Quilters’ Corner is celebrating its 10th year of piecing together quilters’ needs in the Grand Valley. As part of the celebration, the store put together the show “Decade of Quilts” which will display more than 300 ...

St. Joseph Catholic Church to host free concert

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

One of the youngest touring children’s choirs will make a stop in Grand Junction to perform a variety of sacred and secular music. The Land of Lakes Choirboys, also known as Minnesota’s Singing Boys, will perform a free concert at ...

KAFM Radio Room to host well-known Native American flute player Tony Babbitt

By Duffy Hayes

The haunting and distinct sound of the Native American flute has been used for centuries in rituals, meditation and spiritual journeys. Native American flute player Tony Babbitt will discuss his personal journey with the instrument during ...

Music Scene: Week of June 25, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Amory Sivertson’s original sound has been described as a mix between Joni Mitchell and Regina Spektor. It combines the best elements of folk, pop, indie and rock and creates a fresh, toe-tapping sound. Sivertson is a piano player and ...

Road Trip: Week of June 25, 2010

By Staff

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado in the near future. • Justin Bieber, Sean Kingston — 1st Bank Center, Broomfield, July 8. • Pato Banton & The Now Generation — Abbey Theatre, Durango, July ...

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Art on the Corner: D-Zone

By Tammy Gemaehlich

• SCULPTURE: “D-Zone” is on the northeast corner of the Seventh and Main streets roundabout, south of the Blue Moon Bar & Grille. • ARTIST: Andrew Libertone of Denver ( • ...

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