Stuff by Will Grandbois

  • Locations: News Published

    Monks from Gaden Shartse Monastery of Tibet visit C’dale

    Monks from the 600-year-old Gaden Shartse Monastery of Tibet visit Carbondale for presentations on Aug. 12-14. They are being hosted by Davi Nikent and Green Weaver. read more →
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    Historic Thompson House makes national register

    The historic Thompson House, Carbondale’s pioneer-home museum, is now officially on the National Register of Historic Places. The announcement was made by Beth White, executive director of the Mt. Sopris Historical Society, on Monday. read more →
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    Suspect arrested in fatal shooting

    Carbondale restaurant-owner Freddy Argueta Cabrera, 39, is the prime suspect in a fatal shooting after turning himself into Mesa County law enforcement authorities on Aug. 1, according to a Garfield County sheriff’s department press release. Cabrera owns El Horizonte restaurants in Carbondale and Glenwood Springs, and lives in Blue Lake in El Jebel. The shooting victim was a 21-year-old male and an employee at the Carbondale El Horizonte. An 18-year-old woman female was also shot in the incident and airlifted to a hospital in Denver. According to published reports, the shooting took place at about 11 p.m. on July 31 at a south Glenwood Springs apartment complex near the Roaring Fork River on County Road 154. A Garfield County sheriff’s department spokesman said an investigation is under way. read more →
  • Locations: Letters Published

    Letters, 8/1/13

    Mountain Fair thanks • A fair adventure • Lovin' the burlesque • Over turning two • Remember Randy Udall • Divide thanks • Bait and switch • Elizabeth Warren rocks • Take a hike • Get engaged on Highway 82 • Pour House thanks • Remembering Drew read more →
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    Ps & Qs: A hitchhiker’s guide to Highway 133

    One of my favorite books of all time is “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.” It contains truths that I’m certain are universal. And yes, I believe in aliens. Mostly because I find it incredibly arrogant to think we are the only life forms out there, but also because it’s lonely and sad to think that we’re as good as it gets. (And I am not alone in my belief. Astronaut Gordon Cooper believed in aliens, probably because he went to space, where they live, as does the Hon. Paul Hellyer, former Canadian minister of national defense. Believe in aliens, I mean; I do not think that the former Minister lives in space). read more →
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    Carbondalians hit the books, launch “encore careers”

    Mark Chain, Shelle de Beque and her husband Hank van Berlo, all of whom are 60ish, are planning or engaged with “encore careers.” They are part of a national trend. read more →
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    First Friday heads to the beach

    This month’s First Friday on Aug. 2 heads to the beach, with live music, limbo, Hula-Hoop contests, a conga line down Main Street and goldfish races in front of the Black Nugget. read more →
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    Rico connecting Carbondale to a corn revolution

    Just before Dandelion Day in May, Carbondale resident Alejandra Rico launched a campaign to raise awareness and funds to support an independent documentary film, “Sunnú”, about the struggle of indigenous northern Mexican communities to preserve their native corn seed and their way of life. read more →
  • Locations: Columns Published

    The rising importance of co-ops

    By Laurie Guevara-Stone As we hear more bad news every day, from the high national debt, exorbitant unemployment numbers and stagnant wages, to havoc wreaked by climate change, it seems that our corporation-dominated system is proving unsustainable. We seem to be hitting both financial and ecological limits. However, there is good news with an innovative structure that can actually strengthen a local economy. This good news comes in the form of cooperatives. read more →
  • Locations: Letters Published

    Letters, 7/18/13

    Shedding some light on shade read more →