• TIO NYC: Telluride Playwright Festival, “Ayn/Sister"

    1 week ago.

    Last summer, the Telluride Playwright Festival featured a new work by the nonprofit's artistic director Jennie Franks. Jennie's play,"Ayn/Sister," is about the Russian-American novelist, philosopher, playwright, and screenwriter Ayn Rand, whose sister pays her a surprise visit from the Soviet Union of the 1970s. The…

  • TIO in Hawaii: Whales, Turtles, & Surf, Oh My!

    1 week ago.

      Not long after we finished our marathon run around America in early November, Sus and I decided we wanted to take a "warm break" this winter. Susan hasn't done much downhill skiing the past few seasons, favoring x-country, so…

  • TIO in Arizona: A Stop at La Posada

    2 weeks ago.

    What does a giant crater in Arizona’s painted desert have to do with a grande dame of a hotel? Not much. Yet. Sooner or later the Winslow Arts Trust will establish a major museum that will include a Sky Space…

  • Tall Tales: “Charles Ives Takes Me Home,” Curious Theatre

    2 weeks ago.

    "Charles Ives Takes Me Home,” Denver’s Curious Theatre. Tickets here. The program for “Charles Ives Takes Me Home” tells us that the setting is “Here and There” and the Time is “Now and Then.” We are heading for a trip…

  • ALACAZEM 2015.01.08

    2 weeks ago.

    January 8 to 15, 2015 Visible planets: Morning: Jupiter, Saturn    Evening: Mercury, Venus, Mars Today the phrase “no news is good news” keeps running through my head. I realize this proverbial saying means that not hearing about a situation, or…

  • Honoring Joe Cocker

    1 month ago.

    We remember it well. Telluride Inside... and Out was a young pup, just about one year old, when Steve Gumble brought Joe Cocker to town to be the closer on opening day (September 18, 2009) of the 16th annual Telluride Blues & Brews Festival. …

  • Celebrating Christmas in Telluride - and Austin

    1 month ago.

    Editor’s note: When news of my friend Katrine’s win hit my inbox, it struck me that her upbeat story proves Christmas can be more than buy, fry, cry, and wonder why. So if your “ho ho ho” has turned into “ho ho no,” read…

  • Former Telluride Local’s 1st Film Gets Raves

    1 month ago.

    SCOTT COHEN is an artist and director now based in New York, who used to call Telluride home. His photographic works, primarily derived from his own documentary footage, can be found in numerous collections around the world and collectively make up the…

  • Climate Hawks on the Left & Why

    1 month ago.

    Not all green-leaning folks fit under one large umbrella. Turns out there are shades of green, real differences among those who love Mother Nature and want to save the planet. In this article which appeared in Grist, David Roberts parses the…

  • Mountain Aviation: Partnership with Eliot Brown

    1 month ago.

    Mountain Aviation is pleased to announce their relationship with Eliot Brown, owner of JetProp Commander N840SE based in Telluride, Colorado. "This is a tremendous opportunity for both Mountain Aviation and Mr. Brown" says Vice President of Business Development at Mountain…

  • Pinhead Institute: Holbrooke Featured by Your Mark on the World

    1 month ago.

    Sarah Holbrooke is executive director of Telluride's Pinhead Institute dedicated to bio-literacy and bringing world-class STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education to young people throughout rural Colorado. And that is a sharp right turn from her past career: Sarah was an award-winning…

  • TIO Denver: "Mystery and Mistletoe” Writers Showcase

    1 month ago.

    “Mystery and Mistletoe” Writers Showcase at Denver Press Club Thursday, Dec. 11; "Soldier Girls" author Helen Thorpe will MC. The Rocky Mountain Chapter of Mystery Writers of America today announced the first annual holiday showcase at the Denver Press Club…

  • Thanksgiving Jokes to Season Your Holiday Dinner

    2 months ago.

    You  know how it can be with all the family gathered together over the holidays. One wrong move, one smart (read snarky) remark and someone leaves the table in tears. The whole game changes, however, if everyone stays put and any tears are from laughter. I…

  • The Economics Of Thanksgiving 2014

    2 months ago.

    A boy reaches for turkey. Thanksgiving is remembered for feasts, family gatherings and ... awkward conversations. You know what I'm talking about. You're back with relatives you haven't seen in years, and the conversation takes a frightening turn towards politics,…

  • Veterans Day, A History

    2 months ago.

    The Veterans Day National Ceremony is held each year on Tuesday, November 11, at Arlington National Cemetery. The ceremony commences precisely at 11:00 a.m. with a wreath laying at the Tomb of the Unknowns and continues inside the Memorial Amphitheater…

  • Tall Tales: “Kinky Boots"

    2 months ago.

    Buy tickets for “Kinky Boots” at the Denver Center here. Tropes abound, but “Kinky Boots” chews them all up with unabashed pleasure and drops them all in your lap with a big fat smile. The sets fly. The choreography dazzles.…