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MOG Outdoor Festival at CMU, downtown GJ over 2 days

By Tammy Gemaehlich

If you like the outdoors and adventure, you’ll like MOG Outdoor Fest, which in its ninth year offers film screenings and a bluegrass concert along with an outdoor gear sale and bike-and-gear swap. The two-day fest — Friday and ...


Entertainment Briefs, April 13

By Staff

Libraries teen art contest highlights remodel Mesa County Public Libraries will host an art contest for teens with the theme “Caution: Sharp Art Ahead.” Teens are encouraged to create art with markers and/or incorporate the idea ...


Honeybee festival all the buzz in Palisade

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Take time away from the honey-do list and take your honey to the Palisade International Honeybee Festival on Friday and Saturday, April 13–14, in Palisade. The fourth annual festival will start with a reception and show from 5–8 ...


Barbershop quartets featured at Avalon

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Four-part harmony will echo through the valley this week with two events celebrating barbershop harmony quartets. The Bookcliff Barbershop Harmony Chorus’ 2012 Spring Show titled “Give My Regards to Broadway,” will be ...


Triple Played: record store rewind

By Rock Cesario

Record Store Day 2012 is Saturday, April 21. It is a day to celebrate the existence of independent record stores and their patrons. On May 10, Triple Play Records will start its 25th year in business. We consider ourselves very fortunate to ...


Area schools’ music talent to be showcased

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Middle and high school bands, choirs, orchestras and jazz ensembles from around the region will participate in the Colorado West Invitational Music Performance Festival from Thursday through Saturday, April 19–21, at area high schools ...


Quick Picks, April 13-19

By Melinda Mawdsley

Saturday and Sunday, April 14–15 Ship’s centennial The 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking is Sunday, April 15. Count your landlocked blessings while watching a four-hour dramatic miniseries on ABC. The ...


Music Scene, April 13-19

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Face to Face, a Southern California punk band that formed in 1991, broke up in 2004 and reunited in 2008, is on an acoustical tour with a stop in Grand Junction. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the Wednesday, April 18, show at Mesa Theater and Club, ...


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For all seasons: Wine events spread to fill the year

By Melinda Mawdsley

Wine has become synonymous with entertainment in western Colorado, and that’s not just because Colorado Mountain Winefest swings around each fall. In recent years, area wine events have expanded to fill the calendar. Whether it is a ...


Lines West: April 13, 2012

By Staff

Alone He stood still as a statue, a sentinel watching me pass by, gentle, black-fringed eyes, a stoic black shadow breathing puffs of cloud from wide nostrils in the early October morn. He waited and watched by a barbed-wire ...


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