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Parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic can be tough, especially for those with children balancing schoolwork and social life online. The Telluride Education Foundation aims to help parents navigate the challenges of an all-digital world with its next free “Pandemic Parenting” event Thursday …

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For the past several years, the building on the west side of Rico’s main street has stood empty, the rustic wood of the Old West-style facade aging, the sweeping deck in the adjacent side yard beckoning but solitary. The place, even empty, exerted a certain “je ne sais quoi,” a silent self-a…

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The Tookers love Nucla. It’s evident in their latest passion-project-turned-business, the Vestal House. The historic home sat empty on Main Street for over 40 years before local couple Aimee and Chris Tooker purchased it in 2017. 

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Anyone who has spent a certain amount of time in Telluride knows that the happy hour at The Cosmopolitan is a must-do. The menu features sushi and drink specials, including the popular pink Cosmo cocktail, and the ambiance is relaxing, yet refined. All of that, plus the fact it’s located mer…

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The man on the trike hauling a trailer loaded with buckets of food scraps is on a mission. Mark Sturdevant is Dirty Sturdy’s Mountain Compost, and he’s putting everything he’s got into reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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Former world freestyle ski champion Linda Peterson has always been both artist and athlete. That’s why, even as she toured the world as a professional skier, she always carried a pair of scissors with her wherever she went — just in case someone needed a new ’do.

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In a newly renovated downstairs location on Main Street next to Slate Gray Gallery, Dirt Dawg Co. opened for business in mid-December, offering self and staff dog washing, grooming and a full array of pet retail products. Inspired by a long-held dream to build a life in Telluride, owner and …

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Telluride’s own single-serving marijuana edible is back after a long hiatus. The Ganjala will return to shelves in three locally owned dispensaries this week, as well as broader distribution. The story of its invention and how it grew from becoming a local favorite into one of Colorado’s mos…

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Rico is waking up. In this case, it’s in the literal sense of the word, with Rico Coffee set to open its doors Monday, providing a new caffeination station for both residents and passersby. For Anna Mills, the new coffee shop’s owner, it’s a chance to provide much more than a simple cup of j…

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It may be a little house, but big things are happening at 219 West Pacific Ave. Tucked cozily into a residential corner across from the Transfer Warehouse, the little house has earned its capital letters as LittleHouse, a new delicatessen serving up gourmet soups, salads and sandwiches. Crea…

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Steamies Burger Bar, which is popular for its steamed hamburgers, recently received international recognition for its sustainability efforts.

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Location, location, location, the saying goes: It’s what smart investors look for when purchasing real estate, and why visitors to the box canyon — who have many other choices when it comes to ski destinations, in Colorado alone — opt for what’s been dubbed “the coolest ski town” over every …

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When I was 20 years old, I fell head over heels in love. It was the kind of love that hit me with all the force of divine revelation, an unshakable certainty that this was a love that would stand the test of time. The only thing was, the object of my affections was not, in fact, human, or ev…

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Sustaio, an emerging software development company with a focus on building climate-smart tools to help people adapt sustainable habits, is launching its mobile app Saturday. Telluride local and Sustaio CEO Olivia Pederson aims to educate and empower users to adopt low-impact sustainable life…

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Rejoice entrepreneurs, freelancers and others in need of a suitable place to work: A new coworking space is about to open in Telluride.

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Before 2017, Amy Leiner was caught up in the hustle and bustle of New York City, while working on movies and rubbing shoulders with the likes of Martha Stewart and Jane Seymour. 

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This year has been short on celebrations, but the Hotel Columbia has good reason to, as the Telluride business is commemorating 25 years in town during December. While Telluride is seemingly ever-changing, the Hotel Columbia has been a staple in the community and the town of Telluride over t…

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The apple is the stuff of legends. We have poor Eve getting banished from the Garden of Eden for daring to sample its irresistible sweetness. Allegedly, an apple a day will keep the doctor away. Then there’s Johnny Appleseed, the folk hero famed for wandering large swaths of the American Mid…

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Aspen leaves are still aglow, and warm days have lingered. But don’t be fooled. The changing light is a harbinger of winter — a matter of particular urgency for local restaurateurs, who would like to keep their indoor spaces safe for visitors and employees. 

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It can be a little confusing to those unfamiliar with Telluride, so please bear with us: there are two restaurants named “Oak” here.

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