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Why do paper clips bend? What makes elastic stretchy? A scientist examines the ubiquitous substances we take for granted.
Marja Mills, whose “Mockingbird Next Door” is No. 4 on the hardcover nonfiction list, spent ample time observing Harper Lee going about her ordinary daily life.
New books by Lee Upton, Alexai Galaviz-Budziszewski, David James Poissant and Adam Wilson.
Ben Macintyre says Kim Philby’s writings are “completely unreliable, which makes sifting fact from fiction a real challenge, but a hugely enjoyable one.”
Amy Rowland’s solitary heroine is unhinged by a harrowing stream of disembodied words.
A biography of the “strangely hidden” man who, since boyhood, wanted to be “the greatest actor in the world.”
A biographer of Marlon Brando delves into the archives and tries to demystify her complex subject.
Readers respond to recent reviews of Alex Beam’s “American Crucifixion,” Josh Ostergaard’s “The Devil’s Snake Curve” and more.
Ms. Lowry, whose novel “The Giver” helped spawn the young adult science fiction genre, says seeing the film version opened her eyes to things left unsaid in the book.
Peter R. Decker, college professor, author, policy analyst and rancher, combines his knowledge, experience and education in his many books about the West, including “The Utes Must Go,” his book and the topic of his lecture at Cozens Ranch Museum, a free event scheduled for 5 p.m. July 25. Decker attended boarding school, Middlebury College, and earned his Ph.D. in American History at Columbia University. In 1974, after teaching at Barnard College, he was ready to head West. He and his wife found a ranch in Ouray County. In 1980 they moved permanently and now Decker is owner and operator …
A recent slew of business openings and improvements in Winter Park could be a sign that the economy is rebounding. The recently opened Vasquez Creek Inn and Hideaway Park Brewery are the latest examples of business owners investing in the downtown area. “Things are improving and looking better, and people’s businesses are growing,” said Catherine Ross, executive director of the Winter Park & Fraser Chamber of Commerce. The property transaction for Vasquez Creek Inn, formerly the German-style inn and restaurant Gasthaus Eichler, closed on Sept. 6, 2013, for $1.4 million, according to the Grand County assessor’s website. Bob and Suzanne …
Ben Macintyre’s latest nonfiction thriller, “A Spy Among Friends,” is about Kim Philby, the high-level British spymaster who turned out to be a Russian mole.
Kai Bird tells the story of Robert Ames, an American operative in the Middle East, while Jack Devine’s memoir recounts his time helping rebel fighters battle Soviet troops in Afghanistan.
Grand Lake and Denver resident the Rev. Dr. Warren Rempel, cofounder of the Shadowcliff Retreat Center and retired minister of Trinity Church in the Pines in Grand Lake, passed away Dec. 27, 2013. The Shadowcliff Lodge Chapel will host a celebration of his life from 1 to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 2, at 405 Summerland Park Road, followed by a reception from 2 to 3:30p.m. He was preceded in death by his son, Scott, who died in 1989, and his three sisters, Mary, Margery and Dorothy. He is survived by his loving wife of 61 years, Patt Wylder Rempel, …
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Bruce was known as a colorful local character of Winter Park for the last 40 years. His quick-witted one-liners are his legacy to those who crossed paths with him. For those who knew him more than casually, he shared intellectual and deep discussions, along with many laughs in between. He was a “Cat In the Hat” (his favorite author Dr. Seuss). He survived many lives as a cat would. He left us peacefully in his sleep free of dependence and pain. He loved the mountains and would never leave Grand County; even Denver was too far …
To the Editor: When I read the opinion piece in the July 24 Sky-Hi News offered by Christine Mahorney, who is the outgoing Kremmling Chamber director, she said she moved to Kremmling because she liked the community and the schools. While any reasonable person condones respectful debate on delicate subjects and not bullying, harassment, or hate mail, just what about Kremmling made her believe the community was largely in favor of expanding beer gardens at public events? Most people don’t give a rip what one does privately behind closed doors and are generally in favor of business establishments that are …
It was in high school that true love dragged me into typing class. I would have followed Mary Ellen Shea anywhere those days, but fortunately we only had to go as far as Sister Mary Bernice in Room 213. Unfortunately, that’s also as far as it went with Mary Ellen Shea. She started hanging on the football quarterback and my interest in stupid typing waned as quickly as my interest in stupid Mary Ellen. So that’s how I learned how to type, sort-of. I’m pretty firm on the stuff around the center of the keyboard but the keys get squishier …
TRT 3 SEC 35 TWP 2N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – Francis Delay and Kristie Holford-Delay to Jeremiah and Kimberly Huntington, $465,000 Elk Creek Village Filing 1, Unit D, Bldg A – Debra Thurston to Sarah Baker, $205,000 Ice Box Estates Lot 14 – Karl and Christina Smith to Thomas Rutkowski and Victoria Peglar, $392,500 Ridge Estates No. 2, Lot 10 – Neal Trust to John and Catherine Logan, $65,000 Val Moritz Village 1st Filing, Lot 14, Block 3 – Douglas Streepey and Lisa Yoakum to Karen M Bonde Trust, $65,000 Val Moritz Village 1st Filing, Lot …