• ALACAZEM 2015.06.25

    1 week ago.

    June 25 to July 2, 2015  Visible planets: Morning: Mercury Evening: Venus, Jupiter, Saturn If you haven’t noticed the celestial event happening in the western twilight sky for the entire month of June, perhaps it’s time to take a look.…

  • Tall Tales: “Detroit” at Curious Theatre Company

    1 month ago.

    Tickets here for “Detroit” at Denver’s Curious Theatre Company. Through June 19. Buckle down or party on? Resist the urge or grab another Pabst? Cheetos or caviar? Stay in your hole? Or borrow a cup of sugar from the neighbor…

  • TIO Savannah: Walking & Talking with Brad & SCAD

    1 month ago.

    Even favorite aphorisms can have geography. Take “saved by the bell” for example. The expression refers to a knock-down in the ring, a slow count of ten and a bell, which saves a fighter from defeat. Well yes – at…

  • Pryor Engagement: Guatemala

    2 months ago.

    Telluride local John Pryor is executive director of LightHawk, the nonprofit dedicated to accelerating conservation success through the powerful perspective of flight. Since his tenure with the company is relatively short – he Joined LightHawk just a year ago – John went on a very exciting expedition…

  • Pryor Engagement: LightHawk Travelogue, Continued

    2 months ago.

    Telluride local John Pryor is executive director of LightHawk, the nonprofit dedicated to accelerating conservation success through the powerful perspective of flight. Since his tenure with the company is relatively short – he Joined LightHawk just a year ago– John went on a very exciting expedition to…

  • Pryor Engagement: LightHawk Travelogue

    2 months ago.

    Telluride local John Pryor is CEO of LightHawk, the nonprofit dedicated to accelerating conservation success through the powerful perspective of flight. Since his tenure with the company is relatively short – he Joined LightHawk just a year ago– John went on a very exciting expedition…

  • ALACAZEM 2015.04.16

    2 months ago.

    April 16 to 23, 2015  Visible planets: Morning: Saturn         Evening: Venus, Jupiter A late degree Aries New Moon – which will always take place in the final week of the Aries zodiac month – is a good time to really…

  • TIO L.A.: Stuff To Do & See

    2 months ago.

    Going to Disneyland? Don’t get me started: spring break, wall of noise, sea of people, long lines, hot. If only our activities in the park could have been confined to our grandson’s marching band,  strutting its stuff to the delight…

  • TIO NYC: Wolf Hall & Book of Mormon

    2 months ago.

    Now that Telluride’s official ski season 2015 is really and truly over and done, you may be heading out of town for a Big City fix. A little splash-splash in a cultural bath perhaps? If the Big Apple is on your agenda, consider booking tickets now to…

  • Outlaw Reflections: Baja

    3 months ago.

    The end of ski season this coming weekend marks the official start of Telluride’s off season, when many locals head for the hills – or rivers and streams. This story by former Telluride local Oleh Lysiak is about a favorite hang among…

  • The Nature Conservancy: Dance of the Sandhill Cranes

    3 months ago.

    “Spring has sprung, The Grass has riz, I wonder where the birdies is? The little bird is on the wing, But that’s absurd!  Because the wing is on the bird!” (Ode to Spring) “For the birds…” "According to Robert Claiborne…

  • TIO Denver: Weekend Getaway

    3 months ago.

    Our recent weekend in Denver proved that getting high in the Mile High City does not necessarily twin with cannabis and vaporizers. At the end of the cultural banquet that defined our romantic getaway, we did indeed inhale – the pure…

  • Tall Tales: Curious Theatre Company's “In the Red and Brown Water"

    3 months ago.

    Tickets here for “In the Red and Brown Water” at Denver’s Curious Theatre Company The first play in a trilogy, “In the Red and Brown Water,” serves up that special Curious Theatre recipe of bold, unusual storytelling and a memorable…

  • Facts About Color That Almost Seem Too Ridiculous To Be True

    5 months ago.

    Color is the backdrop of our lives. And the colors we surround ourselves with in daily life affect us profoundly. And they affected history. Writing in the Huff Post, Todd Van Luling talks about “8 Things You Didn’t Know About Color That…

  • Healthier Because You Are A Sports Fan? (Yes!)

    5 months ago.

    In 2012, bestselling author, National Geographic Fellow (and hottie) Dan Buettner spoke at Mountainfilm in Telluride. His subject, the blissful “Blue Zones”: places where cultures live longest and happiest, two separate universes, but with distinct overlaps. One common thread: being part…

  • How Much Do We Eat on Superbowl Sunday?

    5 months ago.

    Super Bowl Sunday is all about consumption: we eat up Clydesdales and cuddly pups; gyrating half-time babes; oh yes, the machinations of two outstanding teams, the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots in a balls out (fully inflated) effort to win XLIX – and lots…