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Ina Garten, better known as The Barefoot Contessa to the legions of faithful who read her cookbooks and follow her on TV, made a striking pronouncement this week to the New York Times: “I’m completely tired of cooking.”

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Last week Jennifer Ball stood among dusty boxes and construction debris at 214 W. Colorado Avenue, the new location for Between the Covers (BTC) bookstore. She and her daughter, Elaine, were bundled in jackets against chilly indoor temperatures as they sorted through stacks of books and new …

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Last weekend’s gondola closure launched the beginning of fall offseason — if there is such a thing anymore. Where the autumn months used to be slow and sleepy in past years, a growing number of local eateries remain open through November to serve locals, many offering specials on food and drinks.

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You know tacos are having a moment when everyone from The New Yorker to The Economist to the “Today” show is celebrating the Mexican staple.

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Come lunch time during ski season, hungry skiers and riders flood across the Mountain Village core to grab quick bites from an array of food carts where micro-entrepreneurs test family recipes, incubate business ideas and showcase wares in spite of inclement weather. Last month Mountain Vill…

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For the past 30 years, the commercial space located at 221 West Colorado Ave. has served as a bustling coffee shop. The latest iteration — the Phoenix Bean — shuttered its doors Sunday, making way for Telluride Outside to renovate the space before moving in this November.

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Mountain Village Wine Merchant, which opened on the ground floor of the Westermere building in early July, is an expertly curated bottle shop, featuring wines from France, Italy, Australia, California and Spain, along with a complete selection of beers and spirits. Owned and operated by cert…

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For those who love quaffing the unique craft beers that proliferate, not only in Colorado, the industry’s epicenter, but in the Telluride valley, the brewer reigns supreme. This town’s three local brewers don’t work to knock each other’s crowns off, but rather have joined forces to create a …

For those looking for custom interiors and remarkable views, the 12,452 square-foot, three story 851 Wilson Way home is nothing short of unique. Now on the market, the property costs $25.9 million, nearly half the cost of Tom Cruise's Aldasoro estate, which was listed for $39.5 million. At r…

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As the airline industry continues to recover, Telluride’s winter air schedule includes both long sought-after additions and route hiatuses for the coming season, the Colorado Flights Alliance (CFA) recently announced.

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Since 1987, Kendra Wilcox has been dishing out her Southwest French fusion cuisine across the Western Slope through her business Kendra's Kitchen. She has catered to the likes of Ralph Lauren and was featured in Marquis’ 2021 edition of "Who's Who" in the tourism and hospitality section. How…

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The Telluride Racquet Club at The Peaks is now open, offering extensive programming on four new clay tennis courts and two new pickleball courts. With a new pro shop and five staff members leading the charge, the club enjoyed a soft opening June 20 followed by a well-attended grand opening July 2.

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The Roma building at 133 East Colorado Ave. has been a hub of activity since its earliest days as a raucous bar first established in the 1860s. Since those wild and wooly days, the historic structure has seen numerous dining establishments come and go, played host to a multitude of bands as …

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For nearly a decade local chef Johnny Gerona has offered a variety of dishes from traditional Spanish plates to contemporary Colorado fare at his family run restaurant, The Village Table, across from the Telluride Conference Center in Mountain Village. After 35 years working in Telluride’s c…

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The San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART) is continuing to work on and assess accessibility for elderly and disabled riders.

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The Coffee Cowboy cart has been given a new life at the Oak Street gondola plaza. The Cowboy, owned by Hailey Arnold and Scott Keating, opened at its new location last week. For the last 15 years, the green cart has been a staple on Colorado Avenue in the courtyard between La Cocina and the …

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After two years of planning during COVID, RESET Telluride, a private, ultra-luxury wellness and trekking retreat, launched May 1. Housed on the third floor of the Madeline Hotel, the retreat combines the healing power of nature with high-altitude training and trekking for whole-body wellness…

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Not too long after she moved here 30 years ago, Kathleen Morgan found a sewing machine in the Free Box and took it home.

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In 2009, Brachle and her husband, Andrew, discovered the building at 137 Society Drive was empty. Previously used by a roofing company, the 4,000-square-foot space was big and open. With 25-foot ceilings, it would also give gymnasts plenty of room to practice safely on the bars. The Brachles…

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Home of Gondogola is moving down Colorado Avenue and has a new name, WOOF. Like most locals who rent, the gallery has had many homes in Telluride, so this isn’t the first move. Fourteen years ago, owner and artist Mary Kenez set up shop in what is now the Telluride Music Company space. The g…

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