One of the most anticipated films of last year, which was delayed multiple times due to the pandemic, finally hit theaters last weekend. “No Time To Die” took a long time to reach our movie screens, and it unfolds over two hours and 45 minutes. For fans of the franchise, it's still a must-se…

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The Sheridan Arts Foundation presents a four-night run of the musical “I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change,” beginning Thursday night and running through Sunday at 8 p.m. each night. The musical is the first production from the Not-So-Young People's Theater.

“Things are so far apart, light years and galaxies, your life and mine,” the poet Renee Podunovich has written.

Truth vs. respect. How much truth do you as a filmmaker owe your audience? Do you pander to prurient interests and simple curiosity or try to tell the story as the subject would dictate, even if that means that certain facts are left to supposition? Two productions that portray the life of s…

The Sheridan Arts Foundation’s Young People’s Theatre (YPT) will be presenting its you-don’t-see-this-every-day, parent-child theatrical production of “Robin Hood” Tuesday. The program’s director, Leah Heidenreich, and her cast of kids and adults are excited to lead the audience in a romp th…

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Robin Kondracki grew up in Telluride, and has served as an Americorps Vista volunteer in this region.

One of the most anticipated films of last year, which was delayed multiple times due to the pandemic, finally hit theaters last weekend. “No Time To Die” took a long time to reach our movie screens, and it unfolds over two hours and 45 minutes. For fans of the franchise, it's still a must-se…

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“The Show Must Go On,” the painting is titled.

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The Sheridan Arts Foundation presents a four-night run of the musical “I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change,” beginning Thursday night and running through Sunday at 8 p.m. each night. The musical is the first production from the Not-So-Young People's Theater.

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“Things are so far apart, light years and galaxies, your life and mine,” the poet Renee Podunovich has written.

Truth vs. respect. How much truth do you as a filmmaker owe your audience? Do you pander to prurient interests and simple curiosity or try to tell the story as the subject would dictate, even if that means that certain facts are left to supposition? Two productions that portray the life of s…

The Sheridan Arts Foundation’s Young People’s Theatre (YPT) will be presenting its you-don’t-see-this-every-day, parent-child theatrical production of “Robin Hood” Tuesday. The program’s director, Leah Heidenreich, and her cast of kids and adults are excited to lead the audience in a romp th…

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This past weekend, parking in town was virtually impossible to find, as many festivalgoers were in town for the 27th annual Telluride Blue & Brews Festival, which marked its return after 2020’s pandemic-related cancellation.

A bad beat refers to losing a hand of poker after getting unlucky.

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What are those old adages? One posits that if you do a job you love, you’ll never work a day in your life. The other recommends the road less travelled.

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After an unexpected year away, the Telluride Blues & Brews Festival returns with a stacked lineup of blues regulars and newcomers this weekend.

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Ally Crilly’s art is a constant exploration of the deep and the dark. It’s a journey that demands fearlessness and curiosity with a healthy dose of humor. Her latest paintings will be celebrated in an opening reception tonight (Friday) at Trace Gallery in Ridgway from 6-8 p.m.

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In March of 1974, I got a call from my old friend Bob Korn one afternoon. Bob said that he was in his office and that Bill Pence was there and they wanted me to come up to talk about something they were working on. Not needing much of an excuse to take a break from making stained glass windo…

For music lovers, Friday evening in Reflection Plaza signaled not only the end of the workweek, but a tuneful start to the weekend. The Music on the Green concert series produced by Beyond the Groove’s Denise Mongan and sponsored by Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association, Madeline Hot…

So you’re here for the 48th Telluride Film Festival and have gotten your feet wet. You know your “Qs” from your “W2s.” What more do you need to know to enjoy the show to the fullest?

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They call it a festive celebration of the arts, and doesn’t that sound a little like what you might expect to see onscreen this weekend, at the 48th annual Telluride Film Festival?

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While the annual Telluride Chamber Music Festival was postponed this summer, there are still several opportunities to indulge in the ageless music.