• Telluride Library: Bioneers, Eco Design

    13 hours ago.

    On Monday, October 27, 6:00 pm, join the movement for environmental, cultural and social wellness. Hear fascinating speakers and take part in interesting conversations at Wilkinson Public Library the last Thursday of every month, when we show video excerpts from the…

  • Telluride Library: 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

    5 days ago.

    1,000 Books Before Kindergarten is as simple as it sounds: Read 1,000 books to or with your child before he or she enters kindergarten. The positive cognitive and social development impacts reading together has on children is astounding. Even babies? Really? Really.…

  • Telluride Library: Psychology of Meditation

    1 week ago.

    The Psychology of Meditation at Wilkinson Public Library, Monday, October 20, 6:00 – 8 p.m. The introductory lecture and discussion by Telluride resident Dr. Jonathan Barfield provides an experiential, scientific and psychological examination of the process of meditation. "I will draw from ancient…

  • Outlaw Reflections: Looking Ahead at Telluride’s Raunchy Past

    1 week ago.

    The following is a story about change, perhaps the only constant in the known universe. Like mountain weather. Like winter (and may it be wet) follows one of the most show-offy falls Telluride has ever seen. TRANSITION He smells transition, feels change…

  • Telluride Library: Tarahumara, Ultrarunners

    2 weeks ago.

    The full story of the challenged ultrarunners made famous by the bestseller "Born to Run.” Program takes place at the Wilkinson Public Library on Wednesday, October 8, 7:30 pm.  Short documentary followed by a Q&A. The Tarahumara natives of the Sierra Madre in…

  • Outlaw Reflections: Looking Ahead at Telluride’s Raunchy Past

    2 weeks ago.

    Editor’s note: I am reminded of the man every day. A talented sculptor, one of his mobiles sits on the coffee table in our living room. But I had not seen or heard from Oleh Lysiak for over 20 years. Ah, the wonders of…

  • Talking Gourds Poetry Club 10/7

    3 weeks ago.

    The Telluride Institute’s Talking Gourds' guest performer for Tuesday, Oct. 7, will be Farmington horror writer and spelunker/poet Scott Nicolay. The reading takes place Arroyo’s at 6 p.m. Be prepared to be scared. To wriggle through Frankensteinian rips in the fabric of…

  • Between the Covers: “Searching for Pekpek"

    3 weeks ago.

    Andrew Mack talk and booksigning at Telluride Library Wednesday October 1st at 6 p.m. Co-hosted by Between the Covers Bookstore. In 1987, Andrew Mack immersed himself in a vast expanse of roadless, old growth rainforest of Papua New Guinea. He and his…

  • The Memory of an Elephant: A Most Unusual Children’s Book

    4 weeks ago.

    From one of my very favorite bloggers, Maria Popova, of Brainpickings fame, comes her take on a fabulous children's book that she declares is "a most unusual children’s book for lovers of midcentury modern design" and "an immeasurable treat for…

  • Outlaw Reflections: Looking Ahead at Telluride’s Raunchy Past

    1 month ago.

    Editor’s note: I am reminded of the man every day. A talented sculptor, one of his mobiles sits on the coffee table in our living room. But I had not seen or heard from Oleh Lysiak for over 20 years. Ah, the wonders of…

  • His Holiness

    1 month ago.

    He’s back and better than ever. Telluride Inside... and Out is delighted to welcome Rob Schultheis back to our family of writers. Among Telluride's many talented makers of marks on paper, Rob is an alpha male. In his regular columns and…

  • Friends of the Library: Book Sale This Weekend

    1 month ago.

    What happens when the curtain closes on Telluride Blues & Brews? Yes, lots of folks high tail it out of town. But if you are the part of the crowd that hangs around to watch the colors changing, the next big…

  • Telluride Library: 9/11, Talk & Commemoration

    1 month ago.

    Who remembers? Who can ever forget? It was the day America lost its innocence for good. It was (another) day that went down in infamy. Exactly 13 years ago, on September 11, 2001, three American icons were attacked from the…

  • Poets’ Corner: Goodtimes On the Fall

    1 month ago.

    Feel that cold breeze in the air? Summer is in the rear view mirror. Fall is canopies of red, gold and orange leaves. It is puffy vests, cashmere sweaters and boots once again. It is lattes – it is always…

  • Poets’ Corner: Bridger for Fall

    1 month ago.

    Editor’s Note: Kierstin Bridger is the 2011 winner of Telluride Arts’ Mark Fischer Poetry Prize and a regular contributor to Telluride Inside… and Out. Possibly the edgiest member of our family of fabulous writers/poets, including Word Woman Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer and “Feelosophy”…

  • Poets’ Corner: Feela Celebrates Back to School

    1 month ago.

    Editor’s note: We reached out to our circle of poets for their take on the arrival of Fall. Telluride Inside... and Out regular contributor David Feela answered with a poem about heading back to school. His school. The school of life.  …