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Calendar: Week of April 2, 2010

By Staff

FRIDAY, APRIL 2 The Jay Ketchem Band, Whiskey River, 490 28 1/4 Road, 8 p.m.-midnight, $5 cover Friday, $10 cover Saturday, 241-5179. First Friday art reception, The Art Center, 1803 N. Seventh St., introduction of artists and gallery talk, ...


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OutFit: Spring vests

By Ivy Parnasius

A vest may be the most versatile item in any wardrobe. It can transform an outfit, tailored or ultra-feminine, into a unique look. Choose a long, loose vest made of jersey or lace for a softer style. This vest can be thrown over a camisole ...


In praise of the hot cross bun and a place to go

By Tess Furey

Being of the Southern persuasion and, apparently, far removed from my Anglo-Saxon roots, our Easter dessert table usually consisted of ambrosia, banana pudding and red velvet cake. Only when I ventured out into the world did I discover the ...


Several Easter egg hunts open to public

By Staff

Kids, it’s time to practice those Easter egg hunting skills There are a few egg hunts open to the public and taking place Saturday, April 3. Grand Villa Assisted Living, 1501 Patterson Road, will have its annual Easter egg hunt at 2 ...


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Concert promotes Desert Rocks Festival

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Wisebird, The Williams Brothers Band and Stonefed are promoting The Desert Rocks Music Festival through a concert at Mesa Theater and Club. Fire dancers from Sol Weavers and a Solar Saucer are also on the bill for the Mesa Theater show at ...


Music Scene: Week of April 2, 2010

By Staff

Compiled by TAMMY GEMAEHLICH Sacramento-based singer/songwriter Richard March “goes a bit beyond new Americana strum and twang.” At least, that’s how the musician’s bio at http://www.richardmarch.com describes the ...


‘Blockbusters!’ showcases college percussion ensemble

By Staff

Some of the greatest masterpieces for percussion and madrigals “olde” and “new” will be performed during two different concerts coming up at Mesa State College. “Blockbusters!” by the Mesa State College ...


Choral Society to present ‘Messiah’ at the Avalon on Easter afternoon

By Staff

Handel’s classic oratorio “Messiah” will be presented by the Messiah Choral Society of Grand Junction on Sunday, April 4, at Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St. The society was founded in 2004 with the mission of presenting an ...


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Quick Picks: April 2, 2010

By Staff

Friday, April 2 Eye for art See and be seen at art receptions at The Art Center and at Grand Junction City Hall. The Art Center’s reception for the 34th annual Mesa State College All-Campuses Juried Student Art Exhibition is from ...


For some great rock ‘n roll bands, change has been good

By Rock Cesario

Outside of the Allman Brothers, I can’t think of any other band in rock ‘n’ roll that has gone through as many changes both in style and personnel over the years than Fleetwood Mac. They formed in 1967 with Peter Green on ...


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