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The Gregorian calendar of the European tradition, derived from the Graeco-Roman Julian calendar, seems totally Old World and irrelevant to any clear biologically based system of dating.
Goodtimes writes, “I believe Bradley Manning is such an individual, and I think history will vindicate Manning’s actions. As it will the actions of Edward Snowden.”
Headwaters 24 keynote speaker will be Native-American Rights Attorney Walter Echo-Hawk.
A fond farewell to compatriot Peter Shelton, who turned in final View to the West weekly column last week.
Spuds trump FilmFest.
Do not miss Telluride Theatre’s dazzling ‘Cult of Dionysus.’
Welcome, fungophiles, to what started out as a conference on wild mushrooms and has now evolved into a full-on festival.
Why won’t the Colorado Parks & Wildlife department fund the joint Ouray-Telluride Alpine Ranger program (or the Hinsdale-Ouray-Hinsdale Alpine Loop Ranger)?
San Miguel County lost its best storyteller and cowboy historian with the passing of Howard Greager.
It takes a community to surf the ups and downs of life in the rural West.
Losing an intimate necessitates taking a step back.
Goodtimes saw a a striped mosquito on my forearm while working in the Cloud Acre spud patch several weeks ago.
Here are a few books that have captivated columnist Art Goodtimes recently.
Remembering Mary Faery Thursday, June 27, at Two Candles, 7 p.m.
A University of Oxford study suggests mini-electroshocks to the brain, delivered painlessly to the forehead of some 25 students, improved their math skills.
Weddings, Cloud Acre spuds and the upcoming Rainbow gathering.
Columnist Art Goodtimes offers thanks to the Telluride graduating class of 2013 for the insights they provided in their senior essays.
Pre-wedding porter testing with the Rosenthals...
A hearty “Excelsior!” to all filmgoers, as I will miss this year’s festivities.
It’s mud season but it doesn’t mean things are slow. Thoughts on water, cannabis, a supposed war against the West End and drone strikes.