The 2020 Summer Olympics began Friday, and already I have read no fewer than 27 think pieces about Why We Shouldn’t Love the Olympics This Year but Darn It, They’re Irresistible and Here’s an Anecdote About the Writer Being Bad at Sports.

Anthology submission deadline approaching

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Tomatoes and peppers and (lots of) zucchini — oh my!

Stryker Orthopaedics, owner of Mako SmartRobotics™, recently releasedDr. Kevin Borchard’s first quarter 2021 total knee arthroplasty (TKA) data.

You know you’re from western Colorado when, after hearing the pitter patter of raindrops on the roof, you will spend the next several minutes marveling out the window at the splendid — and rare — phenomenon falling from the sky.

The Mesa County Fair through the lens of Sentinel Photographer Christopher Tomlinson.

All pestos are not created equal. For many Americans, the term brings to mind some version of pesto Genovese, with its copious basil, cheese and pine nuts traditionally mashed together with a mortar and pestle.

Allen and I visited Death Valley National Park in mid-March, when it was a comfortable 80 degrees at Badwater Basin (elevation 282 feet below sea level).

By RACHEL SAUERListen, I have nothing against precision work. It’s what gets watches fixed and rovers landed on Mars, and I’m definitely in favor of both those things, especially after trying to fix my $19 Timex myself.

In my experience, gardeners often overestimate rainfall. A cloudburst might seem to have thoroughly saturated the ground, but scratch down an inch and you might find bone-dry soil.

Cooking in Southeast Asia often means incorporating a riot of contrasting flavors and textures, and the classic Vietnamese technique of simmering meat or fish in dark, bittersweet caramel is a great example of this.

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