Winning any of the awards at the Mountainfilm festival is a huge honor for participating filmmakers, and with over 100 documentary shorts and feature films routinely bringing viewers to tears of laughter, outrage and sheer poignancy, the competition is stiff. This year, with the festival’s t…

There’s an oft-quoted line, “There’s no such thing as bad publicity.” When there’s a troubled production or a death in the cast, sometimes a film or TV series sees a boost in audience numbers. Real life drama can add to the drama unfolding on the screen. For the Hulu series “Little Fires Eve…

For many locals and visitors alike, Memorial Day weekend in Telluride means one thing: Mountainfilm festival. In typical years, it’s a jam-packed weekend filled with thought-provoking films, inspiring guest speakers, social events and hikes with friends in the emerging summer sunshine. This …

The pandemic has stolen many things, but not — at least, not entirely — Telluride’s festivals. Indeed, this unprecedented time has actually inspired a brand-new fest, named for what we’ve all been doing these last few weeks. The event debuts Tuesday, not on Zoom — another surprise — but on I…

A recent study of our lives during quarantine has purported that the average American streams about eight hours a day. That’s a lot of content! Do you feel like you’ve seen everything on Netflix already? Are you looking for something new to stream, or weighing which other service to add and …

Once upon a time in America, office workers would gather around the water cooler and discuss the shows they were watching. “Mad Men,” “The Sopranos,” “Stranger Things” or maybe “Game of Thrones.” Television series that have great writing, intriguing stories and great casts gave us a lot to d…

Needless to say, most of our schedules are less booked than they used to be. But fortunately, that means more time for tomes, and while the library may be closed, the inquisitive bibliophiles of the Wilkinson Public Library are still dishing out their favorite reads. Here are a few recommend…

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There’s an oft-quoted line, “There’s no such thing as bad publicity.” When there’s a troubled production or a death in the cast, sometimes a film or TV series sees a boost in audience numbers. Real life drama can add to the drama unfolding on the screen. For the Hulu series “Little Fires Eve…

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“A festive celebration of the arts in downtown Telluride for art lovers, community and friends.”

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For many locals and visitors alike, Memorial Day weekend in Telluride means one thing: Mountainfilm festival. In typical years, it’s a jam-packed weekend filled with thought-provoking films, inspiring guest speakers, social events and hikes with friends in the emerging summer sunshine. This …

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The pandemic has stolen many things, but not — at least, not entirely — Telluride’s festivals. Indeed, this unprecedented time has actually inspired a brand-new fest, named for what we’ve all been doing these last few weeks. The event debuts Tuesday, not on Zoom — another surprise — but on I…

A recent study of our lives during quarantine has purported that the average American streams about eight hours a day. That’s a lot of content! Do you feel like you’ve seen everything on Netflix already? Are you looking for something new to stream, or weighing which other service to add and …

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Once upon a time in America, office workers would gather around the water cooler and discuss the shows they were watching. “Mad Men,” “The Sopranos,” “Stranger Things” or maybe “Game of Thrones.” Television series that have great writing, intriguing stories and great casts gave us a lot to d…

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Needless to say, most of our schedules are less booked than they used to be. But fortunately, that means more time for tomes, and while the library may be closed, the inquisitive bibliophiles of the Wilkinson Public Library are still dishing out their favorite reads. Here are a few recommend…

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Broadway has gone dark while New York City shelters in place, and so have performances on London’s West End. 

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The statewide edict came down yesterday: Stay home, unless you absolutely must go out.

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The Town of Telluride and the surrounding region are known for a robust arts scene. So what happens when venues close down due to a pandemic?

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This is a tale of talent and motivation, a community’s support, and the awards (and rewards) that follow.

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For a mid-week dance party and some displays of virtuosic harmonica shredding, lovers of funky hip-hop and blues can head over to the Sheridan Opera House Tuesday evening. G. Love and Special Sauce, a Philadelphia-based band, featuring lead singer Garrett Dutton, better known as G. Love, on …

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The Telluride AIDS Benefit Fashion Week culminates tomorrow (Saturday) at the Telluride Conference Center with the Gala Fashion Show, beginning at 8 p.m. The 2020 show — the 27th annual Telluride AIDS Benefit — promises TAB’s trademark mix of pageantry, fashion and fun, all for a cause.

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It took Queen three weeks to record one of the greatest rock songs of all time.

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Other than it being President’s Day weekend, aka a three-day break from the grind for most, it’s also Valentine’s Day today (Friday). The heart-shaped holiday is typically celebrated with roses, cavity creating candy and expensive meals for two. But this is 2020, and traditional romance is s…

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If putting your grandmother on speed dial and calling it Instagram elicits a snort, you’d best head over to the Sheridan Opera House this weekend for a four-day run of comedic performances bound to get your giggles going.

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She had no idea when she booked them that they were a couple in real-life.

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It’s that time of year when nearly every box on the calendar is full of high-octane entertainment options around town, and this weekend is no different.

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You may have seen her leaping through the air beneath the rainbow swirl of her ribbon wand onstage at the annual Vaudeville show. Perhaps you’ve heard her performing her socially conscious slam poetry as the former San Miguel County Poet Laureate. Or maybe you’ve painted pumpkins or crafted …

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There’s nothing miserable about it. With a plot jumping deftly between poignant love triangles, the perils of revolution and social commentary on everything from prison systems to the patriarchy, “Les Misérables” contains a singular emotional power that has been enrapturing audiences for dec…