Western Colorado is not insulated from the threat posed by Mexican drug cartels.
Author Archive: Leslie Vreeland
Next year marks the 30th anniversary of The Polar Express, author Chris Van Allsburg’s enduring story of a young boy’s unexpected Christmas Eve journey on a locomotive train to the North Pole. Fun fact: Allsburg played on a steam engine, the Pere Marquette Railroad’s no. 1225, in Michigan as a child. He used the engine […]
On the long drive home to Telluride from Montrose and need a quick bite? Ridgway’s Cimarron Café has got you covered. You’ve surely seen the sign, just before Ouray County’s only stoplight (if you reach the Shell station, you’ve gone too far). Behind the weathered wood exterior is a sleek café that turns out a […]
By now, Jennifer Julia has directed 47 plays and musicals, from “Annie Get Your Gun” to “Wizard of Oz,” in her tenure as artistic director at the Sheridan’s Young People’s Theater. She adapts scripts, writes original scripts and composes lyrics for songs scored by her creative sidekick, Musical Director Bob Israel. Julia’s productions — often […]
Drue Heinz Literature prizewinner reads in Ouray and Telluride, and the Boettcher Foundation Board retreats to Telluride, all in the arts this week.
Each year the museum hosts a Tribute to Western Movies day, and this year the date is Saturday, Sept. 27.
Art inspired by children in Telluride, and classical music for families in Ouray, all in the arts this week.
Blossoming artists in Montrose, wildflower walk and a forest film in Durango, all in the arts this week.
Friends in Art exhibit in Ridgway, Ah Haa photography contest, Montrose music shout-out.
The Science of Bugs will cover bug biology, anatomy, and evolution.