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Music Scene: Week of July 16, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

“An alluring sound, somewhere between artful pop and a harder, rock space” is how The Santa Barbara News Press describes the music of singer/songwriter Manda Mosher, who along with Ashley Raines will allure audiences at KAFM Radio ...


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Skype service at library to give access to author

By Daniel Humphries

Mesa County Libraries’ Central Library will host award-winning author Jo Knowles at 3 p.m. Wednesday, July 21. But Knowles won’t leave her Vermont home for this appearance. How is this possible? It’s Skype.com. Skype, an ...


Deltarado Days in its 75th year

By Staff

The 75th annual Deltarado Days — a celebration that re-connects the community with the history of Delta County — continues Friday through Sunday, July 16–18, in Delta. Beginning in 1935, Deltarado Days was a harvest ...


Road Trip: Week of July 16, 2010

By Staff

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado and Utah in the near future. Reverend Horton Heat — The Depot, Salt Lake City, July 29. Weird Al Yankovic — Paramount Theatre, Denver, July 29. Vicente Fernandez — ...


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OutFit: Short-sleeve blazer

By Ivy Parnasius

If you want one special item you can buy now and wear into fall, it is a short-sleeve blazer jacket. Available in a variety of styles and fabrics, this little jacket is perfect for air-conditioned offices and cool evenings. Dress up jeans ...


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Bluegrass performers to be at gardens

By Staff

The grass is growing like crazy at the botanical gardens. The Bluegrass Festival featuring top bluegrass bands from Salt Lake City, the Front Range and Grand Junction is set for Saturday, July 17, at the Western Colorado Botanical ...


High Desert Opera to give props to 125 years of comic opera ‘Mikado’

By Staff

Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Mikado” has a plot likened to that of a daytime soap opera. Set in Japan, a tailor becomes an executioner and must find someone to execute or lose his own head. He decides to execute a wandering ...


Two underappreciated singer/songwriters have good new CDs

By Rock Cesario

Two of my favorite new releases of this summer are Jimmy Webb’s “Just Across the River” and “Patch of Blue Sky” from Kevin Welch. Webb was, in my opinion, one of the finest songwriters to emerge in the 1960s. ...


GJ blessed with ethnic markets that help that special dish be authentic

By Staff

EDITOR’S NOTE: This week’s report is written by Tess Furey and Hannah Soderborg, a Fruita Monument High School student and summer intern at The Daily Sentinel. Sometimes it seems as though the one ingredient that will make a dish ...


Grand Mesa Moose Day set for July 31

By Staff

One of Colorado’s most-charismatic animals will have its day July 31 when the Colorado Division of Wildlife and the U.S. Forest Service celebrate Grand Mesa Moose Day. Activities will include moose viewing information, presentations ...


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