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Entertainment briefs: Chess tourney, antiques

By Staff

Coffee shop holds chess tournament Roasted Espresso & Subs is mixing chess and pet adoptions in a May Day Extravaganza. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. there will be a chess tournament at the coffee shop, 502 Colorado Ave. The tournament ...


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OutFit: High-waisted shorts

By Ivy Parnasius

If you love the retro pin-up girl style, why not try a pair of high-waisted shorts? The shorts are easier to wear than high-waisted jeans and work on more body types. The trickiest part of the trend is finding the right fit. If you have an ...


Fat Tire Festival continues this weekend with rides, food, fun

By Staff

The New Belgium Brewing Fruita Fat Tire Festival, which began Thursday, April 28, continues with plenty of rides, organized or not, near Fruita. Join in the fun Friday, April 29, with an expo from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and a party on the Civic ...


From surf and turf to happy hour, Garfield’s offers solid dining experience

By Tess Furey

My parents would love a restaurant like Garfield’s. I like it, too. Think of a place that serves steak and seafood in dark-lit and comfortable surroundings. Servers wear white tuxedo shirts and black slacks. Add an old-fashioned, or a ...


A list of six recent releases to add to your music collection

By Rock Cesario

The other day a customer asked about the old Triple Play Top 10, a list which used to run with this column. The customer said that she relied on it for some of her new music purchases. After telling her that the list hasn’t run for a ...


Ascent Solar cuts workforce, other expenses

By The AP

THORNTON — Thornton-based Ascent Solar Technologies Inc. has cut its workforce by roughly half. The maker of flexible solar panels said Thursday in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it has 77 full-time employees ...


Man tells police he was robbed while buying drugs

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Authorities say a Colorado Springs man told police he was robbed at gunpoint by people he was trying to buy drugs from. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports the alleged holdup took place early Thursday at a city ...


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Depot open for National Trains Day

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In two days, it will be May again and the time of year when the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Colorado Historical Society celebrate Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month. To celebrate National Train Day, Saturday, May ...


Willie Nelson concert rescheduled for Sept. 19

By Staff

The Willie Nelson show, originally scheduled for April 22, at Two Rivers Convention Center, has been rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Sept. 19. Anyone who has tickets to the original performance will have their tickets honored for the rescheduled ...


Expansion proposed for southern Utah uranium mine

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The proposed expansion of a southern Utah uranium mine is causing concern because of its potential environmental damage. The Bureau of Land Management says public comment is being accepted through June 6 on a plan by ...


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