arts & entertainment
Texas Blues with The Wesley Pruitt Band, trance dance party with Phutureprimative, and minimalist folk duo Blue Fruit Snacks round out this week’s music rundown.
The climb to performing on theater stages for a Rhode Island emcee wasn’t easy, but rapper Sage Francis did it. Find out how as he goes one-on-one with Adam Smith.
Katherine Wells, founder of the Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Project in northern New Mexico, and Janet MacKenzie, project coordinator, will discuss their efforts to record 60,000 petroglyphs found on Mes...
A poetry reading and an art exhibit in Ridgway, and ‘The Island President’ in Telluride, all in the arts this week.
A prehistoric ceramics class in Montrose, films in Ridgway and Ouray, and last Art Walk of the season in Telluride, all in the arts this week.
Close the ski season with three night of indie rock, bluegrass and funk in Telluride!
This year, organizers are excited to see their muddy baby grow even bigger, with two full days of activities planned, compared to last year’s single-day event.
Jesus Christ Superstar and a horror movie series farewell in Telluride, and dinosaur history in Montrose, all in the arts this week.
From Mali to mountain towns, Toubab Krewe’s Luke Quaranta goes one-on-one with Adam Smith.
Cardboard Sled Derby returns, after a five-year hiatus, to Telluride Ski Resort’s lift 2 on Sunday to benefit the One to One mentoring program.
Eccentric marching bands, eclectic post-punkers and everything in between this week on the Western Slope.
A mixed media presentation at the Telluride Historical Museum, a land and night sky photography tutorial in Montrose, and Twenty by Telluride, all in the arts this week.
Catch the band performing tonight at The Sheridan Opera House in Telluride.
New Belgium Brewing returns, with its annual scavenger hunt series, to Telluride on Saturday, March 23.
A Tom Stoppard play in Ouray, spring chorale in Ouray and Telluride, and chamber music in Montrose, all in the arts this week.
Seattle afro-funk and Maine psych-punk round out the Western Slope music weekend.
Guitarist J.P. Miller of Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band Goes One-on-One With Adam Smith.
A rock musical in Telluride, a dramatic comedy in Montrose, and an operetta in Grand Junction – all in the arts this week.
Every spring, a strange and exciting migration takes place in Telluride: one hundred giant red balls take flight down a snow-covered ski slope, jostling for gravity’s graces as they are released in...
STS9 is making good on their promise to return to 9,600 feet to make up for the canceled date in 2011.