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  • Fresh take on an herb-roasted Thanksgiving turkey

    Yesterday

    There is something splendid about an herb-roasted Thanksgiving turkey, not the least of which is the way it fills the home with rich, savory aromas. So with this recipe, we didn't want to stray too far from that ideal. But we did want to mix things up just a bit. We drew our...

  • Blog: Breath of Joy

    By Jennifer Mulson
    Yesterday

    It's Tuesday. What are you doing right now? Whatever it is, surely you could use a little Breath of Joy. Here's how it goes: Come to standing. With a sharp inhale, lift your arms straight up overhead. With another sharp inhale, bring them straight down and then out to the side....

  • San Antonio top choice by Texas Highways readers

    Yesterday

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Readers of Texas Highways magazine have chosen San Antonio as their favorite destination in a countdown of the top 40 places to visit statewide. Officials with Texas Highways, published monthly by the Texas Department of Transportation, made the announcement Tuesday...

  • Drive-thru review: How to blow a Diet Disaster fuse

    By Ken Hoffman, Special to The Gazette
    Yesterday

    Let's get something straight: The Mile High Bacon Cheese Thickburger has nothing to do with Denver. It's got everything to do with the pile o' bacon nestled on top of a Certified Angus Beef patty. There's 1.5 ounces of bacon here. In bacon weight, 1.5 ounces is a lot - almost four...

  • The Country Life: Cruelty to animals - Is there a difference between pets and farm animals?

    By Bill Radford bill.radford@gazette -
    Yesterday

    How do you define cruelty to animals? Colorado statutes offer a detailed definition that includes such actions as torturing, tormenting, needlessly mutilating or depriving an animal of "necessary sustenance." But while it seems pretty black and white, the issue, in reality, involves...

  • California rock climber dies in Zion National Park

    Yesterday

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The National Park Service says a 47-year-old California man rock-climbing in Utah's Zion National Park died over the weekend after falling in a canyon. Park officials say Christopher H. Spencer of San Jose died Sunday after plunging about 80 feet down a steep...

  • Art for the Cure exhibit to close with silent auction, awards

    By Kelly Anderson, kelly.anderson@gazette.com
    Yesterday

    Sponsored Content: The Bridge Gallery will host an exhibit closing for “Art for the Cure: The Courageous and Beautiful” from noon-3 p.m. on Sunday. The ceremony will feature a silent auction and an awards ceremony for the People’s Choice Winner. The gallery, located at 218 W. Colorado...

  • Interruptions set for DART rail in downtown Dallas

    Yesterday

    DALLAS (AP) — Light rail service in downtown Dallas will be halted for six weekends including the Thanksgiving holiday during repairs to Dallas Area Rapid Transit lines. DART shuttle buses will be in place to serve the affected downtown stations. DART says the rail service...

  • List: Things only Colorado residents understand

    Dalton Walker
    Yesterday

    Now here’s a list that should make you laugh. The good people at NewsCastic published 24 things only Coloradans understand. The list gave me a good laugh.  I’ve lived in Colorado long enough, I think. Manitou Springs will always have a special place in my heart. It was my...

  • The Survival Doctor: Hand-washing helps stop spread of disease

    By James Hubbard Special to The Gazette -
    Yesterday

    It's quite frustrating when the best advice we get on how to avoid the latest scary virus going around is "wash your hands." Argh! That's all? No herb, vitamin, tonic or miracle drug we can take and poof, we're protected? Sorry, no such luck. True, we do have immunizations against...

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