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‘Living in the land of guitar music’

Argentine guitar quartet performs CMC concerts in Spring Valley, Aspen

By Mike McKibbin

A love of guitars and the music of Latin America have united two North Americans and two Argentines since 1989. 435 more words

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Transformational photography project empowers, heals

Area youth’s photos exhibited at CMC in Rifle

By Mike McKibbin

– If you give a youngster a camera and a computer to enhance their photographs, you may learn more about their world than you’d dreamed possible. 486 more words

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Community key for ex-Carbondale singer/songwriter

Fran-zik’s Edwards, Spring Valley concerts to help feed thousands

By Mike McKibbin

For Paul Fran-zik, there are different meanings of the word “community.”

When he’s on stage singing songs, as he will be for two Colorado Mountain College Calaway Honors Series performances in January, it happens when the audience sings along. 524 more words

Campus News

CMC photo graduate gets to know subjects first

ArtShare CMC Gallery opening of documentary exhibit tonight

By Mike McKibbin

Elizabeth Moreno likes to get to know people and spend time with them, before she starts taking their photographs. 614 more words

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Band’s name, music reflect our region

Rifters perform in CMC’s 12th annual Jim Calaway Honors Series

By Mike McKibbin

They take their name from a crack in the earth that stretches from central Colorado through New Mexico to the Mexican border, because their music reflects that geographical area. 579 more words

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Artist’s plein air classroom as big as all outdoors

Lanny Grant exhibit on display today at CMC Gallery

By Mike McKibbin

GLENWOOD SPRINGS – The Rocky Mountains are Lanny Grant’s classroom, the places he goes to learn and then share his knowledge with others through his paintings. 595 more words

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Ghanaian brothers pack musical punch

Drumming and dance company to perform in Carbondale

By Mike McKibbin

CARBONDALE – Maputo Mensah grew up in West Africa in a musical family, where traditional songs, drumming and dancing “helped us forget our anger” at their poor living conditions. 572 more words

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