arts & entertainment
Warren Miller film in Ouray and a pastels show in Montrose in the arts this week
Returning to Telluride for the first time since 2006, Tom Hamilton talks about his newest project, American Babies.
Ririe-Woodbury has never been defined by its past. They come to the Montrose Pavilion Wednesday, March 19.
In the not-so-distant future, all of the world's water has dried up and a rapacious corporation charges people for that most basic of human needs.
Saïd and Turpin read at Talking Gourds Poetry Club March 4...Ah Haa Offers ‘The Art of Story’ With Katie McDougall
Durango poets visit Ridgway, in the arts this week.
What is the sonic phenomenon known as Janxta Funk branded by the illustrious Brooklyn-based band the Pimps of Joytime?
Big city comedy rolls on this month when comedians Mike Jones and Spencer James take the mic Saturday, March 8, beginning at 7 p.m. at Two Rascals Brewing Co.
Bridegroom: A Love Story, Unequaled puts a human face on the issue of gay couples' legal rights.
Art Nouveau jewelry, fabric photos and a tutorial on red wine, all in the arts this week.
Which bluegrass band is clever enough to land a brewery-sponsored ski tour this February?
McNeil, who has sung for five U.S. presidents and other heads of state, has won multiple awards and accolades from groups as varied as the Metropolitan Opera to the Grateful Dead.
Missoula has a great jam band and rock ‘n ‘roll still lives on the Front Range? But topping them all will be Leftover Salmon Sunday night.
What has become the gem of Telluride’s winter festivals, a weekend full of stand-up comedy, sketch comedy and improv from some of the country’s best and comedians is once again coming to Telluride.
Rodeo and Juliet in Ouray, an art auction in Grand Junction and a musical salon in Montrose, all in the arts this week.
“You’re going to see a strong mix of styles in this show,” says jurist Amy Kimberly of the Ah Haa Regional Arts Show opening Thursday.
Who will be the best bluegrass band to play the Western Slope this Winter? Whiskey Tango makes its case at the Moon.
Historic Telluride at the Sheridan, Shakespearean comedy at the Palm, a Ouray author wins a major literature prize and a poetry series launches, all in the arts this week.
Poetry for youth in Ridgway and adults in Telluride, and Telluride Choral Society rehearsals, all in the arts this week.
How does keyboardist Joey Porter of The Motet celebrate the release of their new album? Juno What, Telluride style.