• Aronson: The Sound of Music, Harmony Project

    9 hours ago.

    Josh Aronson is a long time, part-time Telluride local. Under the umbrella of Aronson Films, Aronson made MTV videos, television pilots, and specials and over 500 commercials before turning to documentaries in 1999. The multi-talented filmmaker is also a high-level amateur concert pianist,…

  • The Short Version: Presidential Immunity

    6 days ago.

    The point of it all is to break down the headlines, the week’s most controversial issues, determine why a particular issue is important and reveal the best arguments on each side of the story. In a recent iterations of The Short Version, Cleo Abram examined the…

  • 7 Things You Don’t Know About Mother’s Day's Dark History

    2 weeks ago.

    This story about the backstory of Mother’s Day was written by Brian Handwerk and published in National Geographic. Turns out the holiday started out as an antiwar statement, but turf battles over who owned Mother’s Day kept on keeping on.…

  • Poets’ Corner: Feela for Mother’s Day (In Memorium)

    2 weeks ago.

    Mother's Day holds a wholly different meaning for anyone whose mom has passed away. Poems become tributes and hope to offer comfort – like this one from poet (and regular Telluride Inside... and Out contributor) David Feela: "This is a poem of…

  • Your Inner Athlete: "What If" Plans

    3 weeks ago.

    Dr. Haley Perlus is a regular presenter at the Telluride WOW Festival, this year, Thursday, June 8 – Sunday, June 11. This week, the sport and exercise psychology expert talks about refocusing techniques if and when a "what if" moment (inevitably) occurs.…

  • Caterpillar V. Plastic

    3 weeks ago.

    With regard to the environment, the news is mostly, well, not so good. In fact, the planet has breached 410 ppm for the first time in history and some scientists are saying we have only 10 years left to save the…

  • TIO NYC: "Vanity Fair," Not Fair, Excellent

    3 weeks ago.

    "Vanity Fair," a major hit, just extended its run again, this time through May 27, 2017, at the Pearl Theatre. GO! Tickets here. The little man with a big ego and major complex seems to have stepped out of history and appears…

  • TIO Boston: Botticelli

    3 weeks ago.

    Clams on the half shell. Meh. Babes? Now we are talking. Specifically we are talking about Alessandro di Mariano di Vanni Filipepi, nicknamed, Sandro Botticelli (“Little Barrel”) and his most famous painting, 'The Birth of Venus." The iconic image is a celebration…

  • Virtues of Isolation

    4 weeks ago.

    Is being alone (i.e. without your phone, social media, even real friends) a scary thing? Or is your relationship with yourself strong enough to make solitary down time a welcomed way to retune your batteries? In this story from The Atlantic,…

  • The Short Version: Bill O'Reilly and Sexual Harassment

    4 weeks ago.

    The point of it all is to break down the headlines, the week’s most controversial issues, determine why a particular issue is important and reveal the best arguments on each side of the story. In a recent iterations of The Short Version, Cleo Abram explored the…

  • TIO NYC: Big Show, Big Painter

    1 month ago.

    Turner’s "Modern and Ancient Ports" at The Frick through May 14. “The Great Comet” is now up at The Imperial Theatre. The two shows have little in common other than the timing, early 1800s, circa Napoleon. And both razzzle-dazzle – though very differently. One…

  • TIO NYC: Whitney + Guggenheim + Chelsea Lite

    1 month ago.

    The 78th installment of the Whitney Biennial, the longest running survey of contemporary American art, features 63 artists at various ages and stages of life and work. The art happening is now through June 11 at the Whitney, the first in the relatively new…

  • TIO NYC: Que Seurat, Seurat+

    1 month ago.

    "Sunday in the Park with George,” through April 23 at the Hudson Theatre. Seurat’s Circus Sideshow at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art through May 29. "The Theatre of Disappearance" occupies the Met’s roof garden through October 29, 2017. He is a Hollywood insider…

  • TIO Pensacola: A Marine Returns

    1 month ago.

    An important (to me) part of our epic cross-country trip during this Spring's off-season in Telluride was a three-night stay in Pensacola, Florida, home of Pensacola Naval Air Station. My routing might cause some to question my navigation skills, but…

  • TIO NYC: Icons, O'Keeffe + Konitz

    1 month ago.

    "Georgia O'Keeffe: Living Modern," at the Brooklyn Museum through July 23. Go here to learn more about the jazz club, Mezzrow. As a pioneering modernist painter and feminist icon, the lady was OK. Literally. She was Georgia O'Keeffe. Out of…

  • Sleep: Crisis & Solutions

    1 month ago.

    We’ve heard it time and again: sitting is the new smoking. But sitting too long is not the only everyday event that could shorten our lives: add sleep. Or the lack thereof. In addition to a sitting crisis, wellness experts believe…