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Mozart to be in spotlight in Rifle, Glenwood Springs

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra’s principal flautist will join Symphony in the Valley in putting “Mozart in the Spotlight.” Jane Kuenzel will perform Mozart’s “Concerto for Flute and Orchestra in G ...


Fruita to salute Bikes, Bands and Brews

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Get dirty in Fruita at Bikes, Bands and Brews happening Friday and Saturday, Oct. 14–15, in Fruita’s Civic Center Park. Vendor booths and the Rotary Beer Garden will open at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Pineapple Crackers will play for the ...


The Raw Canvas moving from Rood Ave. to Main St.

By Melinda Mawdsley

Bolstered by the success of its first 18 months in business and the obligation to give its artists as much exposure as possible, The Raw Canvas owner Justin Nordine is moving from 755 Rood Ave. to 507 Main St. He plans to re-open the tattoo ...


If mellow is for you, you’ll love Wilco’s latest, ‘The Whole Love’

By Rock Cesario

Waiting to listen to a new record from Wilco is always exciting for me. There is always a lot of anticipation among Wilco fans, because we never know what the band is going to do next. I have been a fan of Wilco from the time it released its ...


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Soprano Rebecca Arendt featured in concert series

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The 13th season of Western Slope Concert Series will open with “Romantic Art Songs” featuring soprano Rebecca Arendt at venues in Grand Junction, Montrose and Paonia. Arendt is completing her doctorate in musical arts in vocal ...


64th Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show makes its fall debut

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Grand Junction Gem and Mineral Club is “Rockin’ into the Holidays!” with its 64th annual show. The Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show, which in the past has been scheduled Mother’s Day weekend, features national ...


Lines West: Oct. 14, 2011

By Staff

Folk Artist Man claims: God speaks for me & I speak for felled wood, Carved, dead as Jesus, into statues, walking sticks Bejeweled with snakeskin glitter, glass beads, bloodstain nicks Collectors insist resurrect for us, for ...


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Quick picks: Oct. 14-20

By Staff

Friday through Sunday, Oct. 14–16 Scaaaaryyy The Telluride Horror Show is a three-day event dedicated to horror flicks and the fans who enjoy them. More than 20 feature films and shorts are on the schedule. All movies will be shown ...


Music Scene: Oct. 14-20

By Tammy Gemaehlich

“From little tiny kids to people who just want to rock, to grandmas and grandpas who just love music,” that’s who will stand up and take notice of The Green’s Hawaiian reggae, says Zion Thompson, the band’s ...


Road trip: Oct. 27-Nov. 2

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado in the near future. “Seuss on the Loose” — Durango Arts Center, Durango, Oct. 14–Nov. 12. Greensky Bluegrass — Belly Up, Aspen, Oct. 27. Mason Jennings ...


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