arts & entertainment
STS9 is making good on their promise to return to 9,600 feet to make up for the canceled date in 2011.
Depictions of nature in jewelry and in paint, and Pub Night from a Public Library, all in the arts this week.
Grant Farm comes back to the Western Slope with a stop in Telluride.
Concerts in Telluride, Big Lebowski night in Ouray, and author Craig Childs at the Ridgway ROCC dinner, all in the arts this week.
Leftover Salmon to give Telluride two helpings after Grant Farm and Nosostros hit The Moon.
Films with music and about music in Telluride, and modern dance in Montrose – all in the arts this week.
An annual ski trip brings Tim O’Brien to Telluride for a solo acoustic performance appearance.
Youngbloods Monophonics and the old bloodlines of The Royal Southern Brotherhood make their way to Telluride this week.
An Oscar Wilde play and art from wood in Telluride, and Singing Valentines in Montrose, all in the arts this week.
Resource Gallery in Ridgway is hosting a pre-Valentine’s Day art opening, Thursday, Feb. 7, with wine and chocolate, and a wealth of artful gift ideas.
Up to 3,000 cyclists and their supporters will descend on Telluride in early June, as the town hosts the lead stage of the 28th Annual Ride the Rockies Colorado Bicycle Tour. News of the route for ...
Award-winning banjoist Jayme Stone in concert in Ouray, and author readings in Ouray and Grand Junction, all in the arts this week.
Alex Church of Sea Wolf gives some insight into his music, influences, and the new album Old World Romance.
Contemporary dance in Ouray, classic horror films in Telluride, and a call for fiber-arts submissions, all in the arts this week.
The owner of the Telluride Ski Resort has no intention of stepping back from day-to-day management of the business and no interest in selling.
Telluride is seeing uptick in influenza and norovirus since Christmas holiday; Montrose and Ouray counties have not been as hard – yet.
The Montrose Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees has a quorum following new appointments by the BOCC.
Seemingly reinvigorated as they approach three decades on the circuit, it will be the Stewed, Screwed and Tattooed Tour ripping through Telluride next Wednesday that offers a benchmark show for whe...
Almost every contender managed the lower portion of the climb and many exhibited jaw-dropping, head-scratching feats of strength and flexibility as they figured out how to tackle the complexities a...
The ReNeWest Interactive Art Crawl, debuting Thursday, Jan. 17, in the up-and-coming West Main Street-area of downtown Montrose, offers local artists new venues for displaying their artwork and eng...