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Rico Hotel Owner Dies While Hiking

09/10/14 | By | 601 More
Rico Hotel Owner Dies While Hiking

Peter Kinnick apparently died of natural causes.

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TFF’s Answer, as Always: The Program

08/28/14 | By | 184 More
TFF’s Answer, as Always: The Program

TFF’s mission is simple: to show good movies. The festival is back in its 41st anniversary.

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Cortina Unwrapped Signals Revival of Local Economy

08/27/14 | By | 230 More
Cortina Unwrapped Signals Revival of Local Economy

Wrapped in white plastic, Cortina was a glaring symbol of how hard the Great Recession hit Telluride.

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LOCAL PERSPECTIVE | KOTO’s Painful Identity Crisis

08/21/14 | By | 287 More

Telluride’s community radio station is being torn apart by an emotional debate about its very purpose.

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A Food and Wine Spectacular at The Peaks

07/16/14 | By | More
A Food and Wine Spectacular at The Peaks

An evening like this – the food and wine spectacular – is, it would seem, becoming as much of an attraction as any other art form or type of entertainment on a high-end resort’s menu of offerings.

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Carol Rinehart | Oct. 5, 1943 – July 5, 2014

07/15/14 | By | 48 More
Carol Rinehart | Oct. 5, 1943 – July 5, 2014

Loved for her bright, beautiful smile and bountiful heart, Carol Rinehart passed away on July 5, 2014, in her home at Deerhart Ranch, surrounded by family.

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EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN

07/04/14 | By | More
EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN

Homemade pasta with spinach and Porcini

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LOCAL PERSPECTIVE | (Nothing but) Condos

06/27/14 | By | More

One of the interesting things about bad land use decisions is that, after they go into effect, nobody can see what isn’t there.

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TELLURIDE TOWN BRIEFS | New Directions … And a New Winter Festival?

06/26/14 | By | More

Tasteful signs point the way…Telluride’s newest festival could feature fire performers and fire art installation.

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Council Kills Hotel Ajax, Denying Waiver Request

06/24/14 | By | More
Council Kills Hotel Ajax, Denying Waiver Request

As a result, unless the developer, Randy Edwards, was bluffing, the parcel will be developed instead as condominiums.

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Ridgway Artist Transforms Trash Into Treasure at Sweetbird Studio

06/24/14 | By | More
Ridgway Artist Transforms Trash Into Treasure at Sweetbird Studio

In addition to necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings, Nancy Anderson makes purses, belts, belt buckles, sculptures and even shrines with wearable pieces inside.

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LOCAL PERSPECTIVE | Why Fox News at the Montrose Airport?

06/20/14 | By | More

I wonder if the airport administration or the county, which owns the airport, wants to offend me.

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A New Director Expands Program of the Telluride Wine Festival

06/18/14 | By | 19 More
A New Director Expands Program of the Telluride Wine Festival

Laurel Robinson’s ambitions extend well beyond giving the traditional Telluride Wine Festival a jolt of new energy.

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What the Chef Learned on His Summer Vacation

06/14/14 | By | More
What the Chef Learned on His Summer Vacation

The best thing about the chef taking time off — from his customer’s point of view, at least — is that we get to taste what he learned while he was gone. At Cosmopolitan in Telluride, this summer that means Baby Grilled Octopus served with a potato and egg salad, duck bacon and roasted red pepper […]

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Life Lessons in ‘the Black’

06/12/14 | By | More
Life Lessons in ‘the Black’

Bud Williamson, an accomplished adaptive athlete, has not had the use of his legs since the age of 20. Now, he’s the first adaptive athlete to climb in the Black Canyon.

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