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Some of us spent the pandemic binge watching “Ted Lasso” and “Bridgerton,” perfecting our sourdough and fretting over Zoom-meeting etiquette.

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Six years ago, local massage therapist Tim Lafferty began suffering from arthritis in his hands. A client who owned a skin care company introduced him to the synergistic nature of essential oils and taught him how to mix formulas which sparked a two-year journey towards discovering a remedy …

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Since 2009, Joanna Lyons has been working in the local wellness industry, with a particular focus on holistic treatments. Whenever a new approach or instrument is created, she’s typically the first to bring it to town. When she opened her new Pure Beauty & Wellness Spa location at 333 We…

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When Edgar Quiroz was 8 years old, his mother brought him and his brothers to the United States. The family settled in Telluride and lived, he said, a life typical of many immigrants in the U.S.

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How many former Alpino Vino dishwashers does it take to change a lightbulb? Nobody knows for sure, but it takes three of them to open Lawson’s latest eatery, a laid back restaurant with locally sourced, made-from-scratch fare that fills the space recently vacated by Aemono’s departure. On We…

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The Wok of Joy, the popular Thai food cart that has been a must-have in the Mountain Village Core for the past three years, is moving to Telluride. 

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The Telluride real estate market experienced a record year through 2020 and into 2021, as the COVID-19 pandemic created an unexpected boom within remote resort communities. 

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With the ski season wrapped up, many locals are headed out of town, freshly vaccinated and in search of warmer weather, or just a change of scenery. But others have decided to stay in town this year to enjoy the empty streets and trails, and maybe take a short weekend trip to the desert. 

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Telluride Properties Realtor Damon Demas called the past year “hair on fire busy” for those in the real estate and related businesses sector. The destination has drawn global interest, he added, as it has been a record year for transactions. Such popularity also means more properties, mainly…

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For the second time within a month, a mega celebrity has listed their Telluride home. Jerry Seinfeld, the comedian most known for his namesake 1990s sitcom, recently put his two properties on the market. 

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Cynthia Sommers and Sheila Phinny love lunch. Just the mention of the midday meal brings certain images and memories to mind, the two longtime locals explained.

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The chartreuse-colored Volkswagon Westphalia with the fuzzy steering wheel cover might be feeling a sense of smugness these days, knowing that van life was cool before it was officially cool. By now, many Coloradans have noticed the surge in vans cruising the two-lane highways around the sta…

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Brace yourselves, Telluride. After more than 20 years of feeding us exceptionally well, Mike Guskea and Sophia Kyriakakis are closing Aemono, their popular Lawson Hill location. 

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It’s a new season. The virus that has kept us at bay from one another seems at last to be easing, and spring is just around the corner.

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Vacasa, one of North America’s leading vacation rental management platform, recently announced the acquisition of Latitude 38 in growing its inventory in Telluride to more than 200 vacation homes, according to a news release. Through the new partnership, Vacasa will increase its investment i…

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The clutter of everyday life has a way of accumulating steadily in the nooks and crannies of one’s mind, and the knots and tensions of a busy lifestyle have a way of accumulating in one’s body. To still the noise and release the pressure, practice is key.

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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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