Posted on: December 22nd, 2017 by No Comments

Poets’ Corner: Bridger on a Yule Night

Telluride regional local Kierstin Bridger got several early Xmas presents. In October she won a Women Writing The West Award in the Poetry category for her book, “Demimonde,” which delves […]

Poets’ Corner: Rosemerry for Xmas

Google “last minute Xmas gifts” and 100s of ideas show up, among my favorites: a gift of your time, like offering to babysit for your friends’ progeny; tickets to a […]

Poets’ Corner: Feela on Star Power, Xmas Star & Beyond

The Star of Bethlehem – often just called the Christmas Star – is a major symbol  of the holiday season throughout the world. Picture the silhouettes of three regal men […]

Solstice: Rosemerry & Elissa Shining Their Light

The term solstice means “sun stands still.” On the year’s two solstices (winter and summer) the sun appears to halt in its incremental journey across the sky and change little […]

Talking Gourds Poetry Club: Howe, Trommer, Goodtimes, Waldor, 12/19

Alya Howe of Carbondale is an amazing poet who joins locals Peter Waldor of Telluride; Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer of Placerville; and Art Goodtimes of Norwood for a special group reading […]

WPL is 5-star, again

It’s not a surprise, but it’s cause for celebration. Telluride’s Wilkinson Public Library has been named a five-star library once again in Colorado.  Wilkinson Public Library is the only Colorado library […]

WPL: Tracks in the Snow

Former Telluride skier, writer and head of Ski School Peter Shelton recently released his seventh book. “Track in the Snow: Stories from a Life on Skis” is a collection of short […]

Cinematheque: “Pan’s Labyrinth,” 12/4

Guillermo del Toro came to Telluride, specifically to the 2017 Telluride Film Festival, and conquered, winning hearts and minds with his most recent masterpiece, “The Shape of Water,” our bet […]

Telluride Library: Retiring Bond, Party 12/1

Telluride’s five-star Wilkinson Public Library is pleased to announce the business office is making the last payment on the current building’s construction bond in December. In November 1997, approval for […]

Poets’ Corner: Thanksgiving, A Choice

In this Thanksgiving poem by our not-regular-enough contributor David Feela, a hawk could be a meta for us post-Thanksgiving and into the holiday season. If, that is, the day after, […]