arts & entertainment
Silverton’s summer calendar is quickly filling up.
The lineup for this year’s Jamboree ranges from rockabilly to mountain punk.
The Diamond W Wranglers will give three performances at the Wright Opera House this weekend.
The Ouray County Historical Society has a full lineup of activities scheduled for the summer.
The lights at the Rico Theatre are once again shining – this time under new owners.
Telluride Wine Festival hosts weekend celebration of wine and food with seminars, tastings and demonstrations.
Trio Solisti will perform a chamber music concert on June 6.
Bill Fries’s multi-media presentation of the San Juans is once again being shown in Ouray.
Allen Best contemplates his role in, and influence on, our planet’s transitional state.
Galloping Goose Engine Number 4 will undergo an extensive restoration process over the next three years.
Modern Rockers Meniskus play the Bubble Lounge and the Moon reopens with a weekend of reggae.
A documentary on the late journalist Hunter S. Thompson will be screened at Mountainfilm Friday night.
Students restring scenes from the documentary Running Dry to create a unique perspective on the world’s water crisis.
You’ve been to the Telluride Film Festival and MountainFilm, but a new festival sets itself apart from the rest.
“Mothers are our guests,” says Brooke-Hitching, of the $20-for-men and $10-for-children fixings that range from poached eggs in puff pastry shell to Mickey Mouse-shaped pancakes.
Rock Creek & Co. is set to fire up the stage at Ridgway’s Ballonsn-Varooms Festival tonight. The festival runs all weekend and features a performance by The Rockodiles as well.
The Eco-Kids take a tour of the family-owned Shining Mountain Herbs farm to learn about the medicinal uses of herbs. They help with the complete process of making herbal tinctures, from chopping th...
Friday, June 6-Sunday, June 9 Telluride Jazz Celebration with Neville Brothers, Dr. John, Maceo Parker, McCoy Tyner, Betty LaVette, Simone, Grup Fantasma and more!
The Broadway Café makes for a perfect lunch stop enroute to Denver.
Norwood High School teacher Mo Hanna leads her drama students in a production of the play Nothing But the Truth, this Wednesday, April 30 and Thursday, May 1, at 7 p.m..