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Music Scene: Building 429

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Because most of us are so busy talking, social networking and working, we have lost the ability to hear the voice of God, writes Jason Roy of the band Building 429 in a recent blog entry at http://www.building429.com. All we have to do is ...


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Center for Independence envisions raising awareness with dinner experience

By Melinda Mawdsley

The menu is spaghetti marinara with bread sticks, a cold side dish and dessert parfait. You will be seated shortly. Your server will bring everything to the table. Enjoy. For many people, that sounds simple enough. Sure, spaghetti can ...


Richard Morgan: Tuba player in the Centennial Band

By Melinda Mawdsley

Richard Morgan has lived in Grand Junction only since June, but it didn’t take long for the tuba player to find the Centennial Band, an all-volunteer band of local musicians. It was just the outlet to play music that Morgan was looking ...


Story of heroic Dutch family in WWII to be told in ballet

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It’s a story of compassion during a time when it was an irreparable offense to assist those who were Jewish and it will be told through the emotional beauty and movement of ballet. The story is “The Hiding Place,” about ...


Selection of very best opera scenes to be featured at Mesa State College

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Only the best-of-the-best from “Boccaccio,” “Dido and Aeneas,” “The Mikado” and other works from operatic and operetta repertoire and musicals were selected for inclusion in “Opera Scenes” to be ...


Some chefs hint at what’s in store for A La Mode

By Tess Furey

Top this. A mascarpone cheesecake with almond crust and chocolate hazelnut sauce. Or, top this. A chocolate caramel pretzel pie with honey vanilla ice cream. These are a couple of the desserts you might encounter at the Rotary ...


Festival in Palisade celebrates arrival of spring

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Spring is officially here and the folks in Palisade have planned a festival on Saturday, March 26, to celebrate. Spring Fest will feature vendors from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Third Street by the Palisade Plaza, where there also will be live ...


Artist coming to Roper Ballroom goes beyond making music

By Rock Cesario

In music, as in all walks of life, there are people who don’t just want to make a living. They want to make a difference in people’s lives. Darden Smith is one of those people. Besides being an outstanding singer/songwriter since ...


Sensing a trend: Restaurants turn out the lights

By Melinda Mawdsley

The concept of dining in complete darkness is not unique to Grand Junction. In fact, dining in darkness has become a trendy concept at some restaurant around the world. The restaurants employ blind or visually-impaired servers to help diners ...


Entertainment briefs: Performing arts festival, college dance

By Staff

Group plans performing arts festival A group of local performing arts specialists are planning a Grand Valley Performing Arts Festival that will offer a wide range of dance, theater and musical events and performances Aug. 5–6 at Mesa ...


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