Posted on: December 5th, 2017 by No Comments

Telluride Museum: Old-Fashioned Xmas at Schmid Ranch

On Saturday, December 9, noon- 4 p.m., the Telluride Historical Museum and Schmid Family (on Wilson Mesa) co-host an “Olde Fashioned Christmas at Schmid Ranch.” Celebrate the season with this FREE […]

TIO NZ: Martinborough to Wellington

In the very first story we posted for this trip, we mentioned how Maori lore describes New Zealand’s North Island as a great fish that got plucked from the sea. Today, […]

TIO NZ: Hawke’s Bay, Napier & Hastings

We now know for sure where Little Bo Peep’s charges got off to. Only several days into New Zealand and there is absolutely no doubt. Sheep salted the landscape, 50 […]

San Miguel County: 2nd Annual Indigenous Peoples Day, 10/7

The Telluride Institute’s Ute Reconciliation program hosts the Second Annual Indigenous Peoples Day in Telluride, in partnership with San Miguel County and the Telluride Historical Museum.
 The Museum event is free, although donations […]

Poets’ Corner: Feela on Labor Day, One Last Hurrah

Labor Day weekend in Telluride twins with the Telluride Film Festival. Elsewhere it is four days that mark the end of summer. Designated a holiday since 1884, Labor Day was instituted to celebrate […]

The Short Version: Online Services & Speech

The point of it all is to break down the headlines, determine why an issue is important, and reveal the best arguments on each side of the story. Recently Cleo focused on the […]

Telluride Museum: An Evening With Ken Burns, All That Jazz

Join the Telluride Historical Museum at its two major fundraising events of the season. The first is the 13th annual “Feasting on History,” a benefit dinner, Thursday, August 24, 6:30-10 p.m., at the Sheridan […]

Telluride Museum: Feasting on History 2017, 8/24, plus Ken Burns

Join the Telluride Historical Museum for the 13th annual “Feasting on History,” a benefit dinner for the Museum, on Thursday, August 24, 6:30- 10 p.m., at the Sheridan Opera House. Tickets […]

Telluride, July 4th: A Story Updated By Elissa Dickson

Telluride on the Fourth of July, a place, a happening straight out of  yesterday, from Kodak, Hallmark, and Rockwell, updated with this whip-smart, spot-on observation by San Miguel County Poet Laureate (and […]

The Short Version: Dodd-Frank Repeal

The point of it all is to break down the headlines, the week’s most controversial issues, determine why a particular issue is important and reveal the best arguments on each side of […]