arts & entertainment
It’s not too late to donate items for the warm clothing drive.
Owner Ken Crombie opened the doors of Montrose Music in late July, and has been hard at working tearing down the walls to access an adjacent vacant space for the creation of music classrooms and a ...
R&R | Roma Bar Hosts Conscious Southern Hip-Hop Outfit the Nappy Roots, Joint Point to Play the Sheridan
Once legendary venue hosts iconic rappers the Nappy Roots in a show that proves they still got it.
A local petition to manage uphill hiking and skiing makes the rounds, but the Telluride Ski & Golf Company “feels strongly” that closures stay in place.
Monday promised to hold some fireworks, as dozens of members of the public made their way to tiny Nucla from across the Western Slope to express their very strong opinions on the matter of whether ...
San Miguel County Sheriff Bill Masters, a longtime and vocal critic of the War on Drugs, says “I’m not thrilled” about the the passage of Amendment 64.
Waiving fees expected to encourage home building… Hickenlooper’s Appointment Dismays Montrose Commissioners…Budget Meeting Scheduled.
The a 73-foot-tall Engelmann spruce was felled earlier this month and will arrive in Washington D.C. just after Thanksgiving along with nearly 3,000 ornaments crafted by Colorado school children.
Take a look around downtown Montrose today and residents can see, with a trained eye, that those “for sale” and "for rent" signs are slowing fading away.
Anders Osborne brought monstrous sound to the 37th Annual KOTO Halloween Bash.
The Black Lillies headline a classy fundraiser at Ouray’s Wright Opera House on Saturday, Nov. 3 in support of next summer’s Mountain Air Music Series.
Owner of 221 South Oak restaurant in Telluride is one of 21 “chef-testants” on season ten of the popular reality cooking show, filmed in Seattle.
Matisyahu in review and Janiva Magness leads the regional rundown.
The freshly restored historic Sherbino Theater gets a grand opening celebration this weekend in Ridgway.
People are finding that everything from discarded microwaves to Christmas lights – anything shiny, and a lot that is not – can earn them a few extra dollars.
Jimkata makes a statement in Durango; Matisyahu and more this week
“Whether you came to the drive-in with your families, on a date, in the trunk of a car or by bicycle,come join us and reminisce about this historic sign and celebrate Naturita’s past, present and f...
Art Partners is a youth-mentoring program that promotes the use of the arts to channel energy into positive behavior in young people.
The Western Slope gets hit with an eclectic music lineup this week.
Tri-County Water moves closer to constructing Ridgway Dam hydropower project.