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‘Alice’ takes a humorous look at situations women face in life

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Five cast members will present a musical revue focusing on the various situations women find themselves in everyday life. “A ... My Name is Still Alice” will be presented at 7 p.m. Thursday through Sunday, Feb. 23–26 and ...


‘Milestones’ features works for sale by artists, students

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Original artwork by notable local artists and students will be on display in a one-day exhibit titled “Milestones.” The free fine art show and sale will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, at Two Rivers Winery Chateau, ...


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Quick picks: Feb. 17-23

By Melinda Mawdsley

Sunday, Feb. 19 A Fasching good time “A time to break the rules, poke fun at those who make them and then to make your own new rules.” It’s Fasching (Karneval), according to Palisade Brewing Co., with masks and costumes, ...


Tess on the Town: It’s a crime we don’t have these chain gang burgers

By Tess Furey

Talk around the watercooler recently centered on the fast-food burger choices, or lack thereof, in Grand Junction. Everybody had a passionate favorite hamburger chain they would love to see come to town, with childhood memories fueling the ...


Entertainment briefs: Feb. 17-23

By Staff

Art Center exhibit awards announced The Art Center members’ exhibit, “Members Take Building!” award recipients have been announced. Best of show went to Shari Daly Miller for “Her Power Tools” (installation); ...


Music scene: Feb. 17-23

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Nearly a half-century has passed since a 13-year-old Judy Collins first performed in public. On Thursday, Feb. 23, Collins brings decades of her folk and contemporary songs to Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St. Collins’ public debut featured ...


Officials warn of high avalanche danger this weekend

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Backcountry outdoor enthusiasts are being warned to be careful this holiday weekend because the avalanche danger is high. The Colorado Avalanche Information Center on Friday issued a warning that will remain in effect through ...


Lines west: Feb. 17

By Staff

Stream I’m sometimes under a bridge I smell like seaweed. When people float on me they feel like they’re flying. I make splashes, I flow through the   valley. I am jolly in the sun. Ashlyn Plantiko 3rd ...


Avalanche claims backcountry skier on Wolf Creek Pass

By The Associated Press

PAGOSA SPRINGS — A backcountry skier has died in an avalanche on Wolf Creek Pass. The victim Thursday was a first-year ski patroller at Keystone Ski Resort, about 200 miles away. The resort says the patroller was skiing on personal ...


Steamboat lift tickets top $100

By The Associated Press

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The price of a single-day lift ticket at Steamboat Ski Area has topped $100. The Steamboat Pilot reports that as of Friday, skiers and riders who walk up to the ticket window for a single-day adult lift ticket will ...


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