Category Archives: -May 2007

Time to transcend group identities

For those who have been vacationing on the moon, the Don Imus radio/TV show is no more. And while he deserved to be canned for the offensive and nonsensical remarks he made, the whole episode also raises some questions about … Continue reading

Published in -May 2007, David Long

Shelter from the storm – a success story

Covered with drywall mud from a hard day of hanging sheetrock, Darrin Blue Eyes arrived at the Bridge Shelter and De-Tox Center in Cortez soon after it opened one chilly evening last month. A Navajo man who jokingly confided, “My … Continue reading

Published in -May 2007

Paying attention to details

  In the early 1990s, Cortez artist Jerry Cohoe didn’t consider the pencil a serious drawing medium. His pencil was a tool to sketch plans for paintings and prints. Then he spotted pencil drawings at an art show. “It amazed … Continue reading

Published in -May 2007, Arts & Entertainment

The battle over motorized recreation in San Juan County, Utah

A canyon wren flutes a series of delicate notes, a descending scale, into the soft air. In a deep pool beneath a pink boulder, speckled fish dart in and out of shadows. A raven swoops low, looking for scraps left … Continue reading

Published in -May 2007