up bear creek
visiting the hometown…
Another term on the Public Lands Steering Committee of NACo for Art Goodtimes.
Kudos for Telluride Mountainfilm.
Telluride Institute ratchets up level of think-tank innovation with Stanford’s Center for Compassion, Altruism, Research and Education symposium
‘Some people eschew chaos. I tend to embrace it.’
A North of Eden Jungian dreamwork workshop in Telluride inspires Goodtimes to keep a dream journal again.
Cindy Bellai, I wish you’d called me and other county government headaches.
It may be off season but things seem to be moving at the speed of light.
The Renewable Deal for the United States of America , Lance Christie’s green plan to save the world.
“Get ready for a Telluride visit of one of the most legendary psychonauts of our time,” says Art Goodtime of the announcement that Dr. Alexander “Sasha” Shulgin will attend Telluride Mountainfilm.
Inspired by the book 1776 by David McCullough, Art Goodtimes writes: ‘It’s easy to have preconceptions about what people were or weren’t, in the past, but it’s always sobering to find out exactly h...
‘While I’m not a believer that “patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels,” I do know that many good people have very conflicting definitions of patriotism,’ writes Art Goodtimes.
Goodtimes remembers Helen Wood...contemplates the down-side of a ski pass...has only praise for Norwood School Board
A love story from long ago…Health care heaven?...Paul Stamets headlines 30th Annual Mushroom Festival
D.C. … Once a year, my state commissioner association pays for me to travel to Washington, D.C., for the National Association of Counties’ Legislative session. This year they paid for Commissioner ...
In this week’s Up Bear Creek: A restaurant name correction, a review of books, a call for recognition of Liu Xiao-bo, Leonard Peltier, and those murdered at Wounded Knee.
Field notes from a poetry conference in Mexico.
The Tao of T’ang Poetry that remains pertinent through the millennia…
Honoring Moab's most amazing man, Lance Christie.
Losing friends in a season of losses.