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Briefs: OA Symphony concert January 23, 2009

By Staff

Continuing with its “American Dreams” theme, the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra and Western Colorado Chorale will present two performances of “Gershwin, Copland & Bernstein,” a tribute to American composers. The ...


OA: Veteran ska band ‘The Toasters’ to be here

By Staff

It’s a bit ironic that the purpose of the Ska is Dead IV Tour is to prove that not only is ska NOT dead, but that it’s back from the grave guns blazing. The 2009 western tour stops in Grand Junction on Monday, Jan. 26, at Mesa ...


Briefs: OA Road Trip January 23, 2009

By Staff

Here’s a look at some big shows and events coming to Colorado and Utah in the near future. •  Marc Broussard with Jessie Baylin and Josh Hoge — Fox Theatre, Boulder, Feb. 1. •  Reverend Horton Heat with Slim ...


OA: Rock Cesario Column January 23, 2009

By Rock Cesario

It is time for the year’s new music releases to start trickling out. For the following information, we look to Amped and Ambush, two weekly publications of Alliance Entertainment Corp. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s ...


Briefs: OA Neptune Blues Club January 23, 2009

By Staff

Marc Ford and the musicians who make up The Neptune Blues Club each have a lengthy resume of other bands and artists they have performed or recorded with. Ford, lead guitarist of the high-octane Neptune Blues Club and formerly of The Black ...


Briefs: OA Music Scene January 23, 2009

By Staff

Take a musical voyage from Brazil to France with the Woodwind Trio, who perform at the Father Dyer Church in Breckenridge on Dec. 27. The musicians, who are from symphonies across the country, will play pieces by Mozart, Haydn and Hector ...


OA: Samantha Stiles Column January 23, 2009

By Staff

I don’t know the Cupid Shuffle. I don’t know anything about the new American Idol judge, nor have I watched any of the recent seasons. I don’t listen to top 40 radio, and I have no idea who The Bachelor kicked off this ...


OA: We want some more classics

By Staff

The bold adaptations of 19th century novels by British authors Emily Bronte and Charles Dickens for the Masterpiece Classic series on PBS are anything but stuffy and old. The miniseries’ actors have been in popular movies such as ...


JUNCTION-CENTRAL WRESTLING1

Spark from Sparks lifts Central to victory over Grand Junction

By Staff

Central High School wrestling coach Laurence Gurule had to be thinking: Here we go again. The Warriors, who had lost their previous two Southwestern League dual matches by razor-slim margins, were on the verge of falling behind nine matches ...


FORMER COLORADO SENATOR KEN SALAZAR TAKES OVER INTERIOR

By Staff

As former Colorado Sen. Ken Salazar takes over the U.S. Department of the Interior this week, he faces a series of challenges left to him by past secretaries Dirk Kempthorne, a former Idaho governor, and Gale Norton, a former Colorado attorney ...


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