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Entertain this delicious drink: Hot chocolate

By Melinda Mawdsley

Sometimes eating chocolate is not enough. As temperatures drop, a decadent, chocolatey beverage to warm the body and hands is needed. And with Parade of Lights, early morning Christmas shopping outings and other wintry pursuits coming in the ...

Entertainment briefs: Week of Nov. 19, 2010

By Staff

Gallery helps anyone paint a canvas Artist Rachel Kilgore spent the past two years aspiring to create a local venue where art enthusiasts of all ages could paint to their hearts’ content. Two weeks ago, Kilgore fulfilled her vision, ...

GJ symphony to present music from around the world children’s concert

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Travel at the speed of sound on a musical journey of the world during the 30th annual Symphony Children’s Concert. “Around the World at the Speed of Sound” will be presented by The Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra, The ...

Behind-the-scenes look at Dinosaur Journey museum in Fruita offered

By Melinda Mawdsley

An opportunity for an intimate look into how dinosaur bones are cleaned, examined and collected is happening soon at a local museum. Dinosaur Journey, 550 Jurassic Court, in Fruita is offering a behind-the-scenes tour from 5:30–7 p.m. ...


OutFit: Knit leggings

By Ivy Parnasius

There is no denying that it’s time to break out the winter clothing. But that does not mean you have to stop wearing all of your favorite dresses and skirts. Instead, it’s time to think creatively and start layering with items ...

Display offers insight into artist’s creative process

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The three-dimensional kinetic sculptures created by Darrell Tousley, a Mesa State College assistant professor of art, offer a bit of insight into how the artist’s mind works and how it solves problems. An opening reception of ...

Newest Springsteen release takes me back 32 years, and I’m glad

By Rock Cesario

In the summer of 1978, I was a confused kid, a 20-year-old knucklehead working for the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad between college semesters. I was living in a four bedroom, two story house with three other knuckleheads who none of ...

Food websites can be helpful, but use caution

By Tess Furey

Today’s Internet has been called a “cult of amateurs,” but who better to decide what we like and what we don’t like than “we the people.” In the realm of restaurants, online rating websites are popping up ...

Cute kids and babies may sell, but not when they annoy first

By Penny Stine

As a Christian, a mom, a grandma and a citizen of this fine country, let me just say up front that I am opposed to child abuse. Beating, starvation, burning, torture and all that other nasty stuff that people do to children is just wrong. ...

Surviving twin: She, dead sister made suicide pact

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — The surviving Australian twin told officials during emotional questioning that she and her sister were trying to carry out a suicide pact at a state park shooting range, but the reason why they wanted to die remains a ...

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