• His Holiness

    2 days 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…

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

    1 week 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…

  • Telluride Library: 9/11, Talk & Commemoration

    1 week 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 week 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: Feela Celebrates Back to School

    2 weeks 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.  …

  • Between the Covers: Ken Burns & Friends at 2014 Film Fest Sidewalk Signings

    3 weeks ago.

    Ken Burns is one of Telluride’s favorite sons, since 1985 a regular at the Telluride Film Festival (August 29 – September 1), where is he also a board member.   In truth, the iconic filmmaker has a 20+year relationship with the…

  • Lundahl Captures Telluride’s “Outlaw Spirit”

    3 weeks ago.

    “This is a magnificent book, sweeping in its vision of the most beautiful town in America, the magical box canyon where nature perpetually exhibits what Emily Dickinson once called the “far theatricals of day," and where the humans lucky enough…

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

    3 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…

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

    4 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…

  • Outlaw Reflections: Looking Forward to 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…

  • Talking Gourds: North Fork Poets Miller & McGarry Featured

    1 month ago.

    The Telluride Institute’s Talking Gourds Poetry Club for Tuesday, Aug. 5th (8:00 pm at Arroyo) features two inspiring Colorado women, deeply influenced by Tibetan Buddhism, who’ve been writing all their lives. Tara Edna Miller and her husband Sam Brown have…

  • Telluride Library: Bioneer HiLites

    1 month ago.

    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 at 6:00 p.m., when we show video excerpts from the 2013 Bioneers…

  • Between the Covers: Award-winning Author Gail Storey in Town

    1 month ago.

    Gail D. Storey is the author of "I Promise Not to Suffer: A Fool for Love Hikes the Pacific Crest Trail,” winner of the  National Outdoor Book Award, Foreword IndieFab Book of the Year Award, Colorado Book Award, Nautilus Silver Award, and…

  • Poets’ Corner: Rosemerry for Father’s Day

    3 months ago.

    “When I was a boy of fourteen, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be twenty-one, I was astonished at how much he had learned in seven…

  • Poets’ Corner: Feela for Father’s Day

    3 months ago.

    To honor the memory of his father on Father’s Day, David Feela choose to continue a tradition scholars say might have emerged from Babylonian ruins, where upon a 4,000 years ago, a boy named Elmesu carved a message of good health…

  • Tall Tales: Begley’s Biography of Updike, Reviewed

    4 months ago.

    If you marvel at the prose of John Updike, you’ll enjoy the biography by Adam Begley. I suppose my job is to answer the question for non-believers: Why should I read this?  My answer is this: Begley’s fine portrait helps us…