arts & entertainment
An interview with Robert Boswell, a longtime part-time Telluride resident whose twelfth book, Tumbledown, has just been released.
Rain Doesn’t Stop the 17th KOTO Doo-Dah – Thievery Corporation, Pimps of Joytime, The Jauntee.
For its 40th anniversary the festival this year is a day longer, co-director Julie Huntsinger said this week, to honor the three founders, Luddy, and the Pences, who will be attending the festival ...
The Labor Day weekend celebration goes back well over 100 years in Ouray, and more than ever this year, the point seems to be to preserve the best of the past and not monkey with it.
Who but the Telluride Film Festival could convert a ice pavilion into a state-of-the art cinema?
A new season of regional theatre in Montrose, movies in Ouray and Montrose, and a public service ad by the director Werner Herzog.
The Telluride Film Festival kicks off its 40th Anniversary with a special gift.
Craft Beers, World Music, All Along the Western Slope
The festival boasts a great lineup of live music, regional craft brewers and distillers, and barbecue served by local vendors and nonprofits.
Pimps, Thievery, Capone, and a Baker steal the top spots of the Western Slope music lineup this week.
Trace Bundy in concert in Ouray, a Ghost Walk and astronomy talk in Montrose, and an Israeli film in Telluride, all in the arts this week.
Artists and music fans alike camp out on the farm's pastures or in the woods to live together in "harmony" and come together to celebrate simple tunes and country living through "picking and potluck.
Rum, Fishtrap and a rare Jewel. I swear this week’s Western Slope music is not a pirate story.
The party celebrates the amazing way the community is tackling the vision to purchase, renovate, preserve and prepare the Wright Opera House to serve future generations for another 125 years.
Passionate music in Montrose and Ouray, and dramatic indulgence in Telluride, all in the arts this week.
The Rendezvous will offer “100 percent handmade and homemade” products, in categories including wearable art, woodworking, drawing and graphics, mixed media, jewelry, photography, and much more.
Telluride Fiber Arts Festival, and singer-songwriter Jack Ingram plays the Wright Opera House in the arts this week.
The slogan for the 2013 Olathe Sweet Corn fest, now in its 22nd year, and scheduled for Saturday is “Back to our Roots” and is meant to serve as a reminder the festival celebrates local agriculture.
Jazz master Stanley Clarke and his band make a triumphant return to the Telluride Jazz Festival, but he’s not looking forward to the flight.
Ah Haa Photo winners, Alpine Artists in Ouray, and the Talking Gourds in Telluride, all in the arts this week.