MAR 17 2014

This Bud’s For You

Marijuana became legal for recreational use in Colorado January 1, 2014, and the state made history by becoming the first in the U.S. to allow open retail shops. Consequently, Telluride has become a destination for those interested in partaking in the controversial herb. It’s true. Some people have actually planned vacations to the San Juans … Continue reading This Bud’s For You

JAN 17 2014

Telluride Museum Winter Activities

The Telluride Historical museum is holding its winter season hours. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, locals and visitors can visit the museum and learn about Telluride history. Thursdays, the museum stays open until 7 p.m. Several special museum-sponsored activities are in order for the 2014 winter in true Telluride style. “We … Continue reading Telluride Museum Winter Activities

DEC 26 2013

Gay Ski Week

Gay Ski Week is a Telluride tradition that is celebrated by many who come from all over the U.S. in search of powder, beautiful food and drink, along with an honoring of gay culture. This year, it is scheduled for Feb. 21 to March 2, 2014 and will be 10 days long to celebrate its … Continue reading Gay Ski Week

NOV 30 2013

Noel Night 2013

Noel Night 2013 in Telluride happens Dec. 4 this year. Always occurring on an the first Wednesday in December, locals, businesses, and visitors are gearing up for the festivities. It’s a Telluride tradition that offers discounts, give-aways, sneak-peaks, as well as foods and beverages, and all in the name of shopping local. Telluriders can purchase … Continue reading Noel Night 2013

NOV 28 2013

Ski Season: Opening Day 2013

The Telluride Ski Resort opens Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28. Locals are excited about what looks like a great opening. With a 39” base and 75” so far this season, conditions are looking good. Locals hope the snow continues and that 2014 turns out to be a year of good turns. Passes can be purchased at … Continue reading Ski Season: Opening Day 2013

NOV 04 2013

Haunted History Thursdays

The Telluride Historical Museum has been discovering “our colorful past” in some spooky ways for Halloween this year.  The museum presented several programs for the town this season in honor of the year’s scariest holiday. Though the museum building is closed for the off-season, the organization continued the community programs on Thursdays leading up to … Continue reading Haunted History Thursdays

OCT 21 2013

Theater Brings “Othello” to Telluride

Brought to us by Sparky Productions, The National Theatre of Great Britain, and the Michael D. Palm Theatre, William Shakespeare’s Othello will be shown live Tuesday, October 22, in Telluride. Local Jennie Franks announces this special showing of Othello. The famous Shakespearean play is performed by the National Theater of Great Britain and is live. … Continue reading Theater Brings “Othello” to Telluride

OCT 01 2013

Color Sunday: The Colors Happened Late This Year

This Sunday in San Miguel County is Color Sunday.  It’s projected to be the peak of the leaf-changing season in the Telluride area. The colors happened late this year. The Blues and Brews crowd usually gets the glory of the golden leaves during festival weekend. So as early September usually marks the highlight of the … Continue reading Color Sunday: The Colors Happened Late This Year

SEP 27 2013

WOW Celebrates First Festival

It was a successful Workout Weekend in the San Juans. The 2013 Telluride WOW Festival celebrated its first ever health, fitness, and wellness event last weekend. And, Telluride local and festival founder Becca Tudor was available for commentary following the business of the inaugural events- that is after everything settled down a bit. According Tudor, … Continue reading WOW Celebrates First Festival

SEP 14 2013

Blues and Brews Celebrates 20th

The Telluride Blues and Brews Festival celebrates 20 years this year.  For three days, festival goers will rock out to incredible music in the most scenic venue there is: the Telluride Town Park. It’s one of the greatest festivals in the country, celebrating the tradition of blues music, along with over 50 different breweries that … Continue reading Blues and Brews Celebrates 20th