• Summer Sunday: Lessons From Bike Camp

    3 days ago.

    This spring, when the winter snow melted off the trails and I got back on my bike, I felt happy. It wasn’t contentment or fulfillment ---or some hard earned new age happiness that one can only achieve though practicing mindfulness…

  • Medical Moment: Why Quit Smoking?

    2 weeks ago.

    Telluride Inside... and Out is proud to feature the Telluride Medical Center's MEDICAL MOMENT, a weekly column that answers common medical questions in pop culture. Have a question for the doctors? Click here to send. Care Manager Paula  Scheidegger answers this…

  • SAF Young People’s Theater: 4th Annual Summer Spectacular

    2 weeks ago.

    Featuring "Hansel & Gretel," July 14 – July 18, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Performance Friday, July 18, 1 p.m. The week-long summer camp was designed for kids ages 8 to 10 who like to sing, act, dance and just have a good time…

  • Summer Sunday: Independence

    3 weeks ago.

    Under the pretext of celebrating the anniversary of our nation’s independence, every fourth, Americans gather. From the corners of America’s small rural towns to the avenues of her most distinguished cities, families participate in traditions that they have been playing…

  • Telluride Academy: Circus Holus Bolus

    4 weeks ago.

    Sally Davis is a musician, theater director, performer and arts educator and half of the dream team that founded the Telluride Academy’s legendary Mudd Butts, now in its 28th year. (The other half is award-winning choreographer, director, performer, vocalist, educator…

  • A Toast to Pinhead at Wine Fest

    1 month ago.

    Under the direction of Laurel Robinson, the mission of the reborn Telluride Wine Festival (June 26 – June 29) includes children’s health (through improved nutrition) and education. In that spirit, Robinson offered the Patron’s Pavilion at Gondola Plaza to the…

  • Poets’ Corner: Rosemerry for Father’s Day

    1 month 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

    1 month 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…

  • 1st Annual Spring Gear Swap & Garage Sale

    2 months ago.

    Here’s the deal on this unique deal: You clean out. Three local nonprofits clean up. The 1st Annual Spring Gear Swap takes place this weekend, Friday May 30 – Sunday, June 1 at the Telluride High School Cafeteria. The event…

  • SPRING SUNDAY: Memorial Day

    2 months ago.

      Do you know how many U.S. soldiers have been killed in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq? No idea? Well, it’s Memorial Day, the long weekend that is meant for commemorating our fallen soldiers. And even though the holiday…

  • To Your Health: Importance of Basic Family History & More

    2 months ago.

    Editor’s Note: It all started with a Wellness Conference that took place in March at The Peaks Resort & Spa. The talks featured part-time Telluride local Dr. Alan Safdi, who offered evidence-based medical findings for healthy living in easily digestible sound bytes.…

  • Telluride Museum: May Events

    3 months ago.

    In the run up to Telluride’s jam-packed summer season, •  Family Field Day Trip - Museum of the Mountain West           Saturday, May 17      9:00am - 3:30pm                    $10/$5 for kids 6-15 Bring the kids for this…

  • Medical Moment: Bad Breath

    3 months ago.

    Telluride Inside... and Out is proud to feature the Telluride Medical Center's MEDICAL MOMENT, a weekly column that answers common medical questions in pop culture. Have a question for the doctors? Click here to send. Although bad breath, also known…

  • Raising a Moral Child

    3 months ago.

    Here’s an interesting article by Adam Grant that appeared in the New York Times’ Sunday Review last week, Raising a Moral Child: What does it take to be a good parent? We know some of the tricks for teaching kids…

  • Second Chance: Keep Your Friends Close

    3 months ago.

    Hello human citizens of Ouray and San Miguel Counties. Clarence here. Many of you know me as the feline overlord, aka “greeter,” at Second Chance Humane Society. I would like to dish about a couple of my friends here at…

  • Are Your Herbal Supplements Safe?

    3 months ago.

        It’s been a rough few years for herbs. A Canadian study published late last year found that of 44 herbal products tested, many were adulterated or mislabeled. The study authors said that two samples of echinacea contained a…