This week, the folks at the Sheridan Opera House dished some really good news. Pandemic-weary music lovers can circle in red on their calendars the dates Sunday, March 27, and Monday, March 28 — that’s when progressive bluegrass powerhouse the Infamous Stringdusters return to Telluride. Tick…

Local artist Brooke Einbender, the person behind Mindbender Art, is one of many talented, passionate and creative souls that grace the streets of Telluride. In fact, after living in New York City, she moved to Telluride because of the arts community. According to her website, Einbender views…

While Sheridan Opera House officials recently made the decision to cancel the Holiday Concert Series and extend postponements until Jan. 15, they’re also looking to add offerings to the winter calendar, according to an announcement Tuesday.

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The first time Andrew Michaan ever saw live comedy was as a local middle school student at the Telluride Comedy Festival. Twenty years later he performed as a professional stand-up comedian at the festival, what he called “a fun, full-circle milestone.” Now, as co-host of a popular podcast a…

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The Ah Haa School for the Arts is ringing in the New Year with various classes and workshops to kick start the winter season with inspiration, creativity and fun. In January, Ah Haa's offerings will include live figure drawing, painting, fiber arts, music, cold wax and mixed media classes, a…

Living in Telluride means that you see most of your films on your home screen unless you luck out to see something at the library or The Palm, or venture out of town. For me, the best film experiences are the ones shared with others. There’s nothing like a theater full of gasps, sighs or the…

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“#NoThankYouOmicron” aptly describes the feeling around the Sheridan Art's Foundation cancelation of the 2021 Holiday Concert Series, as the hashtag was used on the Sheridan Opera House's Instagram in announcing the change of plans Sunday. The cancelation was a tough decision for organizers …

Beyond the Groove Productions recently announced the Club Red winter concert lineup, just in time for the holidays. The Mountain Village entertainment complex will be hosting four shows this season, beginning Jan. 14 with folk-pop act Brett Dennen.

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This week, the folks at the Sheridan Opera House dished some really good news. Pandemic-weary music lovers can circle in red on their calendars the dates Sunday, March 27, and Monday, March 28 — that’s when progressive bluegrass powerhouse the Infamous Stringdusters return to Telluride. Tick…

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Local artist Brooke Einbender, the person behind Mindbender Art, is one of many talented, passionate and creative souls that grace the streets of Telluride. In fact, after living in New York City, she moved to Telluride because of the arts community. According to her website, Einbender views…

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While Sheridan Opera House officials recently made the decision to cancel the Holiday Concert Series and extend postponements until Jan. 15, they’re also looking to add offerings to the winter calendar, according to an announcement Tuesday.

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The first time Andrew Michaan ever saw live comedy was as a local middle school student at the Telluride Comedy Festival. Twenty years later he performed as a professional stand-up comedian at the festival, what he called “a fun, full-circle milestone.” Now, as co-host of a popular podcast a…

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The Ah Haa School for the Arts is ringing in the New Year with various classes and workshops to kick start the winter season with inspiration, creativity and fun. In January, Ah Haa's offerings will include live figure drawing, painting, fiber arts, music, cold wax and mixed media classes, a…

Living in Telluride means that you see most of your films on your home screen unless you luck out to see something at the library or The Palm, or venture out of town. For me, the best film experiences are the ones shared with others. There’s nothing like a theater full of gasps, sighs or the…

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Next month Telluride native Max Walker-Silverman will premiere his first feature-length film, “A Love Song,” at the Sundance Film Festival, home of independent American cinema and a dream come true for him and his film crew.

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“#NoThankYouOmicron” aptly describes the feeling around the Sheridan Art's Foundation cancelation of the 2021 Holiday Concert Series, as the hashtag was used on the Sheridan Opera House's Instagram in announcing the change of plans Sunday. The cancelation was a tough decision for organizers …

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Beyond the Groove Productions recently announced the Club Red winter concert lineup, just in time for the holidays. The Mountain Village entertainment complex will be hosting four shows this season, beginning Jan. 14 with folk-pop act Brett Dennen.

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UPDATE: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the spike in cases of the highly contagious omicron variant in Telluride, the Sheridan Arts Foundation and the talented artists involved announced Sunday evening the cancellation of the upcoming Holiday Concert Series, according to a news rele…

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In spreading some Christmas cheer, Telluride Arts presents the Mahoney Drive Party Choir's First Annual Flatliner Express Singalong at the Transfer Warehouse Thursday from 3-5 p.m.

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What else elicits the feeling of Christmas more than “The Nutcracker?” On Saturday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m., 80 local dancers will gather on stage at the Palm Theatre to perform. The dancers, who are all a part of Palm Arts Dance School, range from age three to 18, with a couple of adu…

Denzel Washington strides down a castle corridor ominously carrying a knife. A boy brandishes a wooden sword in 1960s Ireland. Two women exchange furtive looks in an upscale New York City tearoom. Joaquin Phoenix gets upstaged by a precocious boy playing his nephew. All of these scenes and s…

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By definition, Telluride Art Walk — the monthly event at which galleries and venues stay open late — is a celebration of the new.

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If you have ever had the pleasure of being photographed by Ingrid Lundahl, you've had the pleasure of meeting her. For over 40 years, Lundahl has captured the essence of Telluride through her unique photographs.

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According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, the term “burlesque” can be a work of literature that seeks to ridicule by means of grotesque exaggeration or comic imitation- or it can be a form of "mockery, usually by caricature." The third, and most recognizable definition is "theatric…

Telluride Chamber Music Association and Palm Arts are thrilled to announce that the acclaimed Ivalas Quartet will be performing at The Michael D. Palm Theatre on Saturday at 6 p.m., according to a news release. This concert will be the first of the association’s new year-round series. The qu…

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For nearly two years, the sound of voices raised in song has been stilled. This weekend, the Telluride Choral Society will put that pandemic-forced silence to a long-awaited end with pair of WinterSing performances at Christ Church Friday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m. Longtime society artis…

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When the Sheridan Arts Foundation’s Young People’s Theatre Director Leah Heidenreich says “Bye Bye Birdie” is timeless, there is nothing hackneyed about her assessment. The musical, which will be performed at the Sheridan Opera House Friday through Sunday at 6 p.m. nightly by YPT’s middle sc…

When did you first experience Benedict Cumberbatch? Was it in the British television series “Sherlock,” when you first beheld those dreamy, mismatched eyes? Did you discover his signature snark in a Marvel film as Doctor Strange? Or was his brilliance revealed to you when he embodied Alan Tu…