Let’s dispense with the rumors at the top: Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight” is not on the program of the 42nd Telluride Film Festival, and it won’t show up as a sneak previe
Since before some of her neighbors were born, Pok Pae Yi has made the Village Court Apartments home.
The photographs in the Daniel Tucker Gallery at the Ah Haa School for the Arts offer a glimpse of Telluride that goes past the usual mountain peaks and shimmering aspens.
Pretty Lights descended on Telluride Friday and Saturday for a two-day bonanza of electronic dance music and an impressive light show that brought a young and enthusiastic crowd to
“Kill the anarchists.” Those three words were published in the Local Gossip section of The (Telluride) Daily Journal on Sept. 14, 1901. With no explanation or follow-up, the short
There’s a new rodeo in town. With wild cow milking and $10,000 in prize money, the Mountain States Ranch Rodeo promises to send everyone home happy and well-entertained.
Alpino Vino, perched high on the ski slopes of the Telluride Ski Resort at 11,966 feet, bills itself as “the highest elevation fine-dining restaurant in North America.”
It’s another busy week here in southwest Colorado with good music freckling the region to help provide a soundtrack to our hot days and cool nights.
John Clark is a polymath: he creates luminous sculptures of art glass, repairs finicky Apple computers, helps oversee concerts and cultural events at the Sherbino Theater and the T
On a recent summer evening in Ridgway, visitors meandered down the block from the True Grit restaurant, site of a set from the John Wayne movie about the Old West, towards a true r
In contrast to all the other huge, brightly colored festival-banners that assault you the very second you begin your drive up main street, the Telluride Chamber Music Festival flie
This week’s musical offerings will bring the sweet sounds of soul, indie pop and more to the region with both new and old faces playing including Jimmy Fallon’s favorite new band,
Heading west on Highway 145, just before the town of Naturita off the Nucla Loop exit, sits Tri-State’s Nucla power plant.
It’s no secret. I love Michael Franti & Spearhead! I loved their music and message so much in college I even tattooed their Stay Human symbol onto my foot. And I am very ex
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