Can you imagine competing in a 1,000-mile race across Alaska? Neither can I. Well, a lady who's participated in this race three times is coming to Grand Junction later this month, and you have a chance to meet her.
When I saw this, it hit home. My son's about to graduate high school and those SAT tests can make or break a kids chance to make it into the college of their choice. Tomorrow the Mesa County Library is inviting kids out for a chance for a little practice.
Nerds unite! Back at my rock station in Topeka, Nikki our rock chick was a HUGE comic fan and she wore the "nerd" badge with pride. It's no longer a derogatory term. If anything, it's the new cool. This Saturday is the annual Comic Con at The Mesa County Library…
In the radio business, you move quite a bit. Every new job opportunity means a move to a new market. Every town is unique and offers its special sights and sounds, I've found the local library offers much more entertainment, information, and fun than you might think.
Would you like to acquire some form of internet martial arts skills to protect yourself from malware, phishing, and hacking? You're not alone. There's a free class available here in Grand Junction to learn these ninja skills.