up bear creek
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.
Columnist Art Goodtimes offers thanks to the Telluride graduating class of 2013 for the insights they provided in their senior essays.
Weddings, Cloud Acre spuds and the upcoming Rainbow gathering.
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.
Fear of future gondola financing has led the town council members to bury their heads in the sand. It’s a shame.
A poem by Lito Tejada-Flores poem remembering Jim Davidson...
This week, Goodtimes writes of his recent visit to San Francisco: “I had the good fortune to come of age in the most vibrant city in America during its counter-cultural apex.”
A reader writes in, in defense of the Catholic Church.
Aaron Abeyta Named Western Slope Poet Laureate in Carbondale Festival
Colorado, Denver, the Pike’s Peak Region, San Miguel County – many regions and jurisdictions have begun honoring poets by naming them to the honorary position of poet laureate.
Thunder River Theatre’s Valerie Haugen has organized a poetry festival in Karen Chamberlain’s name, and elicited help from a lot of poets familiar to San Miguel County, including yours truly.
It’s funny. Spring comes early to Wright’s Mesa, even before the equinox. But it’s an ephemeral spring. Muddy for sure, but just as likely to turn snow white blizzard the next week, or day …
Goodtimes writes: “I continue to mull the surprising information from Michael Martelon that our summer tourism market now exceeds our winter ski season. That’s a significant change.”
Wes Perrin, who deserves a big thank you from this entire region of Southwestern Colorado, is truly one of our alternative energy pioneers in Colorado.
Reading the Dove Creek Press...
In these days of budget woes, SMARTS Park ‘an essential public service’