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Music Scene: Week of April 30, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Mayday! Mayday! A celebration and benefit for KAFM 88.1 Community Radio is going down on Saturday, May 1, at Boomers, 436 Main St. The event will feature Denver-based GT & the Sidewinders playing rockabilly blues. “Think Johnny ...


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OutFit: Cocktail rings

By Ivy Parnasius

If you want to make a big fashion statement on a small budget, get a cocktail ring. These flashy rings are no longer for evening soirees, they go with everything from jeans to formal attire. Cocktail rings come in a variety of sizes and ...


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Artspace and Open Studios Tour from Fruita to Palisade May 1-2

By Staff

More than 70 artists will be featured as part of the Artspace and Open Studios Tour. The free, self-guided tour will allow participants to visit artists in their creative spaces from Fruita to Palisade from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 1, ...


Join restaurants around the Grand Valley with specials to celebrate Cinco de Mayo

By Tess Furey

Whether or not you visit the Cinco de Mayo celebration Saturday, May 1, in downtown Grand Junction, you can create a little fiesta on your own. With dozens of Mexican restaurants in the Grand Valley, the possibilities are rich. Denver claims ...


Symphony finale to feature local soprano

By Staff

A local soprano will be the guest artist for the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra’s season finale. Teressa Winslow is a member of the Western Colorado Chorale, which also will be part of the Saturday, May 1, concert, along with Mesa ...


Nationally recognized glass artist, many others to be part of center’s fine art auction

By Staff

More than 100 works of art will be up for bids in The Art Center’s annual Fine Art Auction. A long list of artists — Gary O’Gara, Ralph O’Berg, Michael Wisner, Malcom Bryan, Jac Kephart, Ann Dettmer and others — ...


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MDS clients get ready for Project Hope Prom

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The clients at Mesa Developmental Services are starting to feel jittery from the intense excitement building up this week as they get ready to attend the annual Project Hope Prom Sunday night. “No, I’m not going with ...


Gearing up for summer music

By Rock Cesario

A big thank you goes out to all who stopped by Triple Play Records for Record Store 2010. We had a lot of fun on that day and we want to express our gratitude to all who helped make it happen. One of the most popular releases that day, the ...


Vega Reservoir opens Saturday for boating

By Dave Buchanan

With ice finally gone from Vega Reservoir, the popular destination 12 miles east of Collbran opens Saturday for boating. “This is a great time of year to enjoy some fantastic early season recreational fun at Vega State Park,” said ...


Colo. Senate passes teacher tenure bill

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Senate has passed legislation holding teachers and principals accountable for the performance of their students. Senators voted 21-14 on today to back the proposal, which also changes how teachers get and keep ...


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