By titling its talk on climate change and how it impacts the ski area “Is Winter Coming?” the Telluride Historical Museum injected some humor and a pop culture reference to HBO’s mega-series, “Game of Thrones.” Yet the subject matter is of grave concern.
Montrose Assistant City Manager Rob Joseph, who joined the City of Montrose as an intern through the Colorado Department of Local Affairs’ Best and Brightest Program in January 2012, has decided to take time away from the city effective Thursday, according to City Communications Manager Will…
“Saving Lives By Promoting the Human-Animal Bond.” This simple mission statement is at the heart of everything the Second Chance Humane Society does. And this year, the nonprofit will continue to fulfill its mission by expanding its community outreach services to include an equine assistance…
Fresh off of a world tour that’s brought him from the Annual Director’s Dinner at the Science Museum in London to the Wiley Impact Forum in Seoul — with stops in Germany, Israel and Spain in between — Sir J. Fraser Stoddart will speak at the TSRC Town Talk at the Telluride Conference Center …
When the Civil War was over, the U.S. faced a problem much greater than the vehement, Red-vs.-Blue back-and-forth that dominates headlines today.
Tobias Rimkus’ path to Telluride started in Germany.
“I don’t believe in curses,” declared Matt Arnold on Friday. Arnold — owner and general manager of the soon-to-open Wood Ear Whiskey Lounge & Noodle Bar in downtown Telluride, was referring to his location at 135 East Colorado Ave.: When it opens to the public Sunday, June 24, Wood Ear w…
A recent trip to Apotheca Integrative Pharmacy planted a seed of an idea in local Ashley Deppen’s mind — she wanted to open a flower shop in the store’s small space in the back.
Arts & Entertainment
When the last chords from festival headliner Sturgill Simpson’s guitar reverberate around the box canyon sometime late on Sunday night, consider this: If it wasn’t for his wife, Simpson might still be plodding the path of middle management in a Salt Lake City shipping yard. Instead— and chee…
“It don’t cost no money, you got to pay with your heart.” —David Bromberg
Last December, a dozen high school actors and members of Telluride High School’s Thespian Troupe 7832 attended ThesCon, the 53rd annual Colorado Thespian Conference, in Denver.
The Telluride sidelines will have a different look next year, as a familiar figure along the Miners’ soccer pitch and basketball court will not be there. But his influence on Telluride High School student-athletes certainly will continue.
Lindsey Welch can’t help but laugh when she remembers the first season of girl’s club lacrosse three years ago.
Telluride High School distance runner Soleil Gaylord concluded her unprecedented reign on the track at the annual state championships at Lakewood’s Jeffco Field this past weekend.