arts & entertainment
Telluride Wine Fest brings two nights of rock’n’roll in Telluride Town Park, with Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit and Jackie Greene Friday, June 25, and DeVotchKa and Blitzen Trapper Saturday.
Ridgway store Sunrise Southwest carries work of wide variety of regional artists.
The third annual Ridgway River fest has it all: Music, down-river races, food, and fun for the kids.
“The most exciting piano trio in America” comes to Ouray County for an eight consecutive year.
A scene captured on the side of the road and transformed into an oil painting has been selected for this year’s Montrose PAX art raffle. Tickets for Gina Grundemann’s “Last Light on Little Cimarron...
Why is water so important? Uncompahgre Watershed Partnership hosts poster competition in honor of Lake Appreciation Month.
Great and getting greater: Telluride Mountainfilm had record attendance this year. It’s high quality, award winners helped fill seats.
Telluride Jazz Celebration Spring Special Discount Extended
Telluride Bluegrass Festival Music Programmer Brian Eyster is almost always listening to music, whether he’s on the job or plugged into his own personal music-listening device. Here’s his chart-top...
Microbiologist Ann E. Tarleton has some bad news about the American Cancer Society.
Photography workshops June 19-20 and June 26-27 at Weehawken taught by internationally renowned photographers Richard Durnan and Steve Traudt.
Ridgway River Festival features New Dolorians, Whitewater Rodeo, Aftergrass and more on Sturday, June 26
Weehawken Art 101 Series Kicks Off With Free Class
Ridgway’s Love Your Valley Festival Saturday – for people and their dogs
Ah Haa School revs up for summer.
‘When you resist, when you fight back, it’s a way to heal the trauma, the depression, in a world of injustice.’
Local and regional law enforcement and emergency services personnel aren’t quite sure what to expect when thousands of Phish “phans” descend on Telluride for two concerts this summer.
Thirteen unforgettable pieces by Maya Lin exhibited at Telluride Gallery of Fine Art.
Young princesses will build costumes, go on nature walks and have a ballet class every day of the program.
The city has agreed to close Main Street for the first two of 12 Main in Motions.