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OA HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA INSIDE

BUILDING CHARACTERS: High school drama departments shape students for life

By Staff

By MELINDA MAWDSLEY High schoolers are often perceived as, well, dramatic. They may feud with parents or fret about materialistic things. They can be heard complaining about having nothing to do. However, there is a place in each of School ...


Teton Gravity Research film screening part of ski swap

By Staff

Life on the road for a snow sport athlete is captured in a new high-definition film from Teton Gravity Research. “One for the Road” takes viewers sites in Japan, Iceland, Wyoming, Alaska, Utah, Montenegro and ...


‘TWILIGHT’ FANS: Can you make me like this saga?

By Rachel Sauer

I have read “Morning Glory” by LaVyrle Spencer probably five times, and “Outlander” by Diana Gabaldon at least three. Currently, the stack of books on my nightstand includes six novels about the zombie apocalypse. I ...


Library event offers opportunity to learn about other cultures

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Join Mesa County Libraries in celebrating cultural diversity with Culture Fest on Saturday, Nov. 5. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Central Library, 530 Grand Ave., there will be free entertainment, native foods, artwork and demonstrations of ...


Western Colorado Chorale salutes Hollywood

By Melinda Mawdsley

Monte Atkinson expects a “real family and crowd-pleaser” with the Western Colorado Chorale’s performance of “Hollywood Nights.” Atkinson, director of the choral and director of choral activities at Colorado Mesa ...


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Sound check: Nov. 4

By Melinda Mawdsley

The story of how Three Peace Band formed includes a van and the Internet. In the 1970s, Mark Shortess and Bruce Safken met when Shortess recruited Safken while giving him a ride. Shortess, a bass player, has seen Safken playing drums in the ...


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Music scene, Nov. 4-10

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Need to get the Led out? Zoso, The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience, will perform at 9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, at Mesa Theater and Club, 538 Main St. Hailed as the best Led Zeppelin tribute band by the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Sun ...


Briefs, Nov. 4-10

By Staff

Artists’ work picked for national exhibit Works by area artists John Anglim, Susan Stanton and Cathey Pabst were included in the 27th annual National Collage Society’s Juried Exhibition. Jurors viewed 389 collages and assemblages ...


Tess on the Town, Nov. 4

By Tess Furey

Enzo’s Pizzeria and Italian Cafe looks pretty much like a regular Italian joint in a shopping center storefront. It sits under an awning displaying the red, white and green colors of the Italian flag. Neon beer signs and posters ...


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Outfit, Nov. 4

By Ivy Parnasius

Nothing perks up an outfit like a jaunty bow, and this timeless accessory looks fresh again this fall. It’s easy to incorporate bows into your wardrobe, it just takes a little imagination. Attach a black bow to a pearl necklace for an ...


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