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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.
Telluride Mountain School students learn real-life conflict resolution through role play guided by Axis of Hope director Carl Hobert.
Art Goodtimes wants to help local businesses… Art Breaks are a welcome respite at county meetings… John Salazar has found ‘the radical middle’…
Kudos for San Miguel County Coroner Bob Dempsey … Déjà vu at Ouray’s Bon Ton …
Plenty International turns 35 and promises to deliver its long-promised book.
No nukes…Tennis at the Norwood Pig Palace?…Support Senator Bruce Whitehead, D-Hesperus…A Laotian warbler
How about 50010 instead of 2010? And how about giving old gifts for the new year from now on?
As legislators wrangle with thorny water rights and in-stream flow guarantees, the flora and fauna remain in jeopardy.
‘I'm giving [President Obama] a full term’s support to see what changes he can accomplish before I start succumbing to disappointment or invective,’ says Up Bear Creek columnist Art Goodtimes.
‘If Nucla were smart, it would at least embrace solar concentrating plants and conversion of the Tri-State power plant to biofuels as potential future backups, instead of locking itself into a recu...
Medical marijuana…‘What was it about the 60s that made it son intense?’…The high cost (roughly $120 million) of tropical storm Ketsana
The passing of several good friends and community members has columnist Art Goodtimes in deep mourning.
Columnist Art Goodtimes takes readers to Bali with him as well as discusses the heated politics of Colorado in this week’s Up Bear Creek.
Up Bear Creek columnist Art Goodtimes is in Asia.