For Sept. 29-Oct. 5.
Author Archive: Seth Cagin
Wrapped in white plastic, Cortina was a glaring symbol of how hard the Great Recession hit Telluride.
Telluride’s community radio station is being torn apart by an emotional debate about its very purpose.
Tasteful signs point the way…Telluride’s newest festival could feature fire performers and fire art installation.
In addition to necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings, Nancy Anderson makes purses, belts, belt buckles, sculptures and even shrines with wearable pieces inside.
I wonder if the airport administration or the county, which owns the airport, wants to offend me.
Laurel Robinson’s ambitions extend well beyond giving the traditional Telluride Wine Festival a jolt of new energy.
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 […]
The goal is to also to keep prices lower by offering more low-cost alternatives.
If we don’t move in a reasonable direction, and instead call the developers’ bluff once again, the vulgar term may not be strong enough to describe what happens next.
A new Telluride Medical Center could open its doors in five years.
What if The Brown Dog in Telluride could do something else that that falls into the category of better-than-it-has-any-right-to-be? I’m thinking of the Detroit style pizza and specifically the 3-1-3 — ricotta, Genoa salami, peppers, arugula, basil, parmesan — which came in first in the world at the 2013 International Pizza challenge. Proprietors Dan Lynch and Jeff […]
The most ambitious film yet by formed-in-Telluride filmmakers Ben Knight and Travis Rummel won the top prize at Telluride Mountainfilm 2014.
The Telluride School District may send a bond question to voters in November, if the board approves it.
The artists and their van will be in the region this week, with stops in Mancos, Dolores and Ridgway en route to Telluride for Mountainfilm.
“This is an opportunity for everyone to get together and party about reading,” says Between the Covers Bookstore co-owner Daiva Chesonis.
The two applications are among the biggest development proposals Telluride has seen in years.
And a busy season ahead for town construction projects.
UPDATED | May 14, 4:30 p.m. A School Board meeting devolved into a yelling match between board members, parents and Secondary School Principal Jim Bob Hobbs as students watched on in dismay.
(For link to music, paste https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/ovwfgc in your browser) For people who love music, deejaying at KOTO is like skiing three feet of powder on a bluebird day. Sitting in the deejay stool with a blank slate of musical possibilities in front of you is simply nirvana. For two years, I deejayed the afternoon drive at […]
Town Council narrowly voted (4-3) in January to prohibit retail marijuana, but that was clearly not an indication of deep misgivings about permissiveness with respect to traditional intoxicants.
In a sense, Lawson Hill didn’t preserve community after all. It fostered new divisions.