arts & entertainment
Sunday at the Palm presents special Halloween showing of Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
The Weehawken Company Dancers present a fundraiser, Dancing Through the Decades, Saturday
Celtic fingerstyle guitarist Jerry Barlow gives a free show at the Cortez Public Library Tuesday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.
As their funding deadline draws near, the Friends of the Wright Opera House have received a matching funds challenge, but donors must pledge before Oct. 31
Fourth Annual Creekpalooza Saturday, Sept. 25, with down-home Southern cooking and a music lineup featuring Steve Felberg, Ruby Ridge Ramblers, Yvonne Meek, Danny & Kenny, Chris Hughes, Rusty Strin...
EcoSpaces’ Re-Purpose art show and silent auction today in Lawson Hill.
For retired musician Nick McMahill, a stroke brought good fortune.
Fall 2010 Cinematheque chronicles career of director Martin Scorsese.
OCPAG hosts Eighth Annual SanJuan Music Fest-Chamber Music Series
Weekend’s events include hikes along the Silverton Railroad, an open house, a model layout and a narrow gauge symposium.
Boulder bluesman Otis Taylor to play two shows in Telluride
Bag It wins best of festival award at the Blue Ocean Film Festival in Monterey, Calif.
Help celebrate the birthdays of Chopin and Shumann at this year’s eight San Juan Chamber MusicFest, with concerts and classes for regional students in Ridgway and Ouray.
Dayzign’s Kelly Day exhibits artwork at Cimarron Books and Gallery, with a grand opening Wednesday, Sept. 8.
Montrose’s downtown art exhibit continues to grow, with 19 new pieces added this year.
From outdoor film screenings to discussion panels, this year’s Telluride Film Festival has a little something for every budget
It’s Oktoberfest in Ouray again.
Pickin’ Peggy Malone in Montrose Friday, Aug. 28…Nathan McEuen, Jimmie Vaughan Play Telluride in September.
At Weehawken: West Coast Swing Dance Lessons … Ikebana, the Art of Japanese Floral Arranging, at Weehawken Sept. 2