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Email letter, Jan. 6, 2012

By Staff

Make local economy an ‘energy beets economy’ Mark my words: A decade of stagflation is coming upon the United States that will make the Nixon era look like a picnic. This is because of our $15 trillion national debt and the $1 ...


Two critical after crash at Utah-Colorado line

By Paul Shockley

Two men were in critical condition and were flown via helicopter to St. Mary’s Hospital after being ejected from a minivan that careened off Interstate 70 in Utah this morning. Firefighters found a minivan in flames in a ravine and two ...


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FORWARD THINKING Olympics, Stephen King, Madonna and more create ‘Titanic’ 2012

By Staff

By MELINDA MAWDSLEY Vexed by vampires? Bored by present-day blockbusters? Tired of tragedy? Too bad. A look at the upcoming year in arts and entertainment, reveals more of the same fixation on the supernatural in books and on the silver ...


Triple Played: ‘El Camino’ by The Black Keys is rock solid

By Staff

Until about a month ago, what I knew about The Black Keys was limited to what my son Matthew played in the store from time to time and what I heard from Triple Play Records’ customers when they made special orders. Now I think the band ...


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Young music student to perform on harpsichord

By Staff

By MELINDA MAWDSLEY John Ahern’s interest in music history will be on display during two upcoming performances on harpsichord. “I have a thing for old, weird instruments,” said Ahern, 19, who will perform a number of ...


Entertainment Calendar: Jan. 6-12

By Staff

FRIDAY, JAN. 6 An Evening of Scarlatti with John Richard Ahern, harpsichord, 7:30 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 522 White Ave., 433-3316. Jack + Jill, alternative folk rock, 7 p.m., DoubleTree by Hilton, lounge, 743 Horizon Drive, ...


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Outfit: Spring 2012 trends

By Ivy Parnasius

It is time to start looking forward to spring and all the fun fashions that are just around the corner. Here’s a glimpse at the top five trends to help get you through the winter doldrums. 1. Color blocking — Geometric and ...


Dance club offers free dances

By Staff

By Tammy Gemaehlich Looking for a way to banish the January blues? Dance them away! A free hoedown, with an orientation to square dancing, will be offered every Tuesday in January by the Levis and Lace Square Dance Club. The hoedown will ...


Entertainment Briefs: Jan. 6

By Staff

Painting studio has grand opening The Palette, a new art studio that offers weekly classes on acrylic painting, will have a grand opening at 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 13, at 205 Colorado Ave. Studio hours are 2–6 p.m. Monday through Friday ...


Watson Island project among numerous events in First Friday program

By Staff

By Tammy Gemaehlich If you made a resolution to take in more art exhibits this year, you’re in luck. January’s First Friday Art events offer the perfect opportunity to check out numerous exhibits. Here is a sampling of a few of ...


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