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On stage: The Wizard of Oz

By Staff

Grand Junction High School “The Wizard of Oz,” 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 18–19, 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 19, Grand Junction High School auditorium, 1400 N. Fifth St., $15 adults, $5 seniors and students, 201-4169. Mesa ...

Entertainment briefs: Cinco de Mayo, college faculty performances

By Staff

Cinco de Mayo organizers seek vendors The annual Cinco de Mayo celebration has been set for May 14 on Colorado Avenue, between Sixth and Seventh streets. Organizers have put out a call for vendors of food, crafts, ceramics, informational, ...

The Cowboy and The Rose gains high praise

By Tess Furey

He’s The Cowboy and she’s The Rose. Zane and Mary Lou Lawson picked the name for their catering company, The Cowboy and The Rose, because, they say, it mirrors their life together. When they met as 13-year-olds one summer in ...


OutFit: ‘50s influence

By Ivy Parnasius

The fashion of the 1950s is synonymous with the feminine silhouette. The ‘50s influence is back and hotter than ever for spring. Although it make look more modest, it has an undeniable sizzle. Hem lines may be lower than the previous ...

Some of the favored guitarists have played to GJ audiences

By Rock Cesario

I received this e-mail on Feb. 9: “Hello Rock: I have been a fan of your show and your column since my wife and I moved here in the end of 1990. Both the radio show and the column rival anything I have heard in Denver or many other ...

More than 100 fine art works to be displayed, sold at Two Rivers Winery

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Artspace & Open Studios is hosting “Inspirations,” a fine art exhibit, sale and silent auction that features works of more than 100 professional and new emerging artists, along with talented youth and students from eight area ...

Colo. lawmakers try again to limit ballot measures

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s free-wheeling constitutional amendment process is under attack again by state lawmakers from both parties. The state Senate today voted 27-8 to give preliminary approval to a measure to make it harder to change ...

Former Fruita Monument student killed in Vietnam boat sinking

By The AP

Samantha Kay Taylor, a former student who graduated Fruita Monument High School in 2006, was one of the Americans killed in the recent sinking of a Vietnamese tour boat. Her father says she was “every parent’s ...

So far, Colo. slow to donate to Capitol fund

By The AP

DENVER— Colorado’s effort to raise money to repair its rusting Capitol dome is off to a rusty start itself. A month after announcing a splashy fundraising effort, restoration officials said individual donors have forked over just ...

Survey tells how often Coloradans exercise

By The AP

DENVER — A survey of Colorado adults shows about seven out of 10 say they exercise at least three days a week. It says men are more likely than women to exercise at least five days a week, and that of all people who said they exercise ...

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