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  • Zion National Park Announces ‘Artist-in-Residence’ Opportunity
  • It’s a Perfect Storm for Fire Insurance
    By Dave Marston Westerners have begun looking at their homes differently these days. Are those trees too close? Should I move all that firewood stacked up next to the deck? Meanwhile, in California, some fire insurers have lost so much money they’ve pulled out of the state. Overall, fire insurance…
  • What Aspen can teach us
    Writer Jacob Richards grew up in Aspen and learned as a kid that if his dentist couldn’t afford to live in Aspen— commuting from over 70 miles away— then he hadn’t a prayer of living there either. But then he watched as commuter towns became pricey. Richards says Aspen’s lesson…
  • Palisade Artist to Receive Grand Valley Lifetime Arts Advocacy Award 
    Palisade’s own Gary Hauschulz will be awarded the Grand Valley Arts Advocacy Award at The Art Center on Saturday, May 18, from 1-4 pm.  The honor will be given to Gary for his dedication to mentoring, imagining and inspiring community through the arts.   Palisade residents will recognize Gary as…
  • The Barefoot Laureate with Wendy Videlock
    The Nature of Coyote: Leaping from Shape to Shape Elusive and magical, both silent and garrulous, both feared and beloved, Coyote is the ultimate contradiction— an animal associated with wisdom and foolishness, cunning and buffoonery, resilience and fragility, solitude and solidarity, invisibility and ubiquity.  Celebrated Native author, N. Scott Momaday,…