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Zombie Prom aids community radio

By Melinda Mawdsley

Get out the corn syrup and red food coloring because it’s time to make fake blood. The second Zombie Prom begins at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1, and lasts all night. The event is a fundraiser for KAFM Community Radio. Prom-goers take note: ...


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Art on the Corner: ‘Three Graces’

By Tammy Gemaehlich

SCULPTURE: “Three Graces” is in front of Crystal Books and Chamberlain Architects on the south side of the 400 block of Main Street. ARTIST: Sue Quinlan of Boulder. DESCRIPTION: The 6-foot-tall concrete and steel sculpture ...


10 Western Slope high school bands put best feet forward

By Rachel Sauer

There definitely will be a big parade, and very possibly 76 trombones, though 110 coronets close at hand might be pushing it. However, there will be rows and rows of the finest virtuosos, the cream of every local band. It’s the Colorado ...


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‘Zen Cowboy’ Chuck Pyle to display his versatility at Unity Church on Oct. 3

By Debra Dobbins

While he’s called the “Zen Cowboy,” Chuck Pyle shouldn’t be stereotyped. His lyrics and musicality are just too versatile for one moniker. See and hear for yourself at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 3, at Unity ...


OutFit: Lace jackets

By Ivy Parnasius

Designers are taking another look at the classics and modernizing them with different fabrics, colors and trims. One of my favorite transformations is the lace jacket. The traditional lace jacket, almost always in black, was only brought out ...


KAFM winding down fall fund drive and needs your support

By Rock Cesario

There is an incredible resource here in the Grand Valley that not everybody knows about. In my opinion, it is taken for granted at times. Right now, it could use our help. KAFM Community Radio 88.1 is the resource and at present is ...


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Raise your alpaca knowledge at Alpaca Days at Sheriff’s Posse Arena

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Don’t know the difference between a llama and an alpaca? Those at the Western Slope Alpaca Days would be happy to explain the difference. Western Slope Alpaca Days is actually one day: Sunday, Oct. 3. Activities will go from 11 a.m. to ...


Downtown GJ to take on German flavor

By Staff

As the sounds of high school marching bands fade from the parade route on Main Street, the ooompah-pah of German music will begin on Colorado Avenue. The 29th annual Oktoberfest celebration is from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Colorado Avenue ...


If you’re on Grand Mesa, don’t leaf Mesa Lakes Lodge unvisited

By Tess Furey

If you’re leaf-peeping this weekend on Grand Mesa, you might run into a rustic little place called the Mesa Lakes Lodge. That’s assuming you take lots of twisty roads and right turns and know where you’re going. Unless a ...


GOP’s Steele rallying Republican voters in Colo.

By The AP

PUEBLO — Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele will be in Pueblo to rally GOP voters during his national “Fire Pelosi” bus tour. Today’s stop will be the second day of Steele’s tour through ...


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