• Shrink Rap: New Spouses, Older Children

    2 days ago.

    A Telluride local, Dr. Paul Hokemeyer is an internationally recognized expert on treating the clinical issues that arise at the intersection of relationships and behavioral health. (Scroll down for more on Dr. Paul.) Dr. Paul was recently interviewed by Rick…

  • Shrink Rap: How to Meet Someone When the Internet is Down

    1 week ago.

    A Telluride local, Dr. Paul Hokemeyer is an internationally recognized expert on treating the clinical issues that arise at the intersection of relationships and behavioral health.  (Scroll down for more on Dr. Paul.) Dr. Paul was recently interviewed by Aly…

  • The Short Version: Executive Order, “Enhancing Public Safety"

    1 week 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 to you, and reveal the best arguments on each side of the story. By reading Cleo Abram’s The Short Version,…

  • Shrink Rap: Why Some Women Despise Valentine’s Day

    2 weeks ago.

    A Telluride local, Dr. Paul Hokemeyer is an internationally recognized expert on treating the clinical issues that arise at the intersection of relationships and behavioral health.  (Scroll down for more on Dr. Paul.) Dr. Paul was recently interviewed by Alisa…

  • SAFYPT Presents “Footloose”

    4 weeks ago.

    Telluride's Sheridan Arts Foundation Young People’s Theater presents its annual high school musical, this year, “Footloose.” The show goes up Friday, February 3, then runs Saturday, February 4 and Monday, February 6, 2017 at Telluride’s historic Sheridan Opera House. The production is directed…

  • Through a Glass Brightly: Postscript, the Women’s March

    4 weeks ago.

    On a snowy January 21 in Telluride, the Progressive Women’s Caucus of the San Juans facilitated a local Women’s March to coincide with the National Women’s March in Washington, D.C. The goal was to demonstrate Telluride's solidarity with the over 300 marches…

  • The Short Version: Women’s March on Washington

    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 to you, and reveal the best arguments on each side of the story. By reading Cleo Abram’s The Short Version,…

  • Superaging: Super Doable, But How?

    1 month ago.

     How do you become a superager? Which means in, ahem, a head-to-head comparison, your more mature brain looks and acts no differently than that of a 25-year-old. Which activities, if any, will increase your chances of remaining mentally sharp into…

  • Conquering Negative Thinking

    1 month ago.

    Negative thinking. There is plenty of that going around. Not enough money. Not enough snow. Overweight. No partner. You are not enough. Oh, and the upcoming inauguration. But there are ways to conquer negative thinking. Lesley Alderman lines out a few…

  • The Short Version: The Trump Dossier

    1 month 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 to you, and reveal the best arguments on each side of the story. By reading Cleo Abram’s The Short Version,…

  • Telluride Gallery of Fine Art: Honoring Martin Luther King

    1 month ago.

    Monday, January 20, is his day. The national holiday honors the memory of a man who changed history, a rain-maker, perhaps the rainmaker, at the dawn of our nation’s ongoing Civil Right Movement. His face is on the cover of the January…

  • The Short Version: Obamacare

    1 month 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 to you, and reveal the best arguments on each side of the story. By reading Cleo Abram’s The Short Version,…

  • For the New Year: A Higher Resolution

    1 month ago.

    Resolution: a “decision to do something or to behave in a certain manner.”  The tradition of making New Year’s resolutions goes back to 153 B.C., when Janus, a mythical king, was placed at the beginning of the Roman calendar. Janus…

  • The Short Version: Electoral College

    2 months 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 to you, and reveal the best arguments on each side of the story. By reading Cleo Abram’s The Short Version,…

  • Telluride, Always for Christmas

    2 months ago.

    What was true three years in 2013 when our regular contributor Jesse James Mctigue originally wrote this story is abundantly true today, as we look out our windows at our winter wonderland: Telluride, always for Christmas.  A colleague asked me if…

  • Joe’s Diner: A True Santa Story

    2 months ago.

    Telluride local Michael Estwanik founded and ran the dearly departed American Songbook series, concerts featuring top performers from Broadway and cabaret, who put on shows that never failed to make our hearts sing. As should Michael’s charming story which suggests Christmas (and Santa) are states of mind…