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Colorado’s first mom ‘bridging divides’

Susan Polis Schutz’s documentary to air Wednesday on PBS WORLD

Author’s book ‘The Naming of Horse’ imparts wisdom, unconditional love

Once you meet Horse, he’s hard to forget

Veterans get quality time with horses

Veterans Thru Horses Eyes is held at McGee Park

City of Cortez, LOR Foundation unveil small project art grants

There are three rounds for artists to apply for grants

NDN Girls Book Club to embark on Yiłta! book drop tour in April

10,000 books highlighting Indigenous stories and authors will be donated to Navajo Nation youths

Renowned muralist exhibits world-class art in rural Utah

Lucinda Hinojos is known for recent work at Super Bowl

Estes Park set to host Sundance directors at Stanley Hotel. Could it mean a larger role in movies?

Could $450 million upgrade, new film center lure country’s largest film festival to state?

Telluride Blues & Brews announces lineup

30th annual festival will be held Sept. 13-15

Durango Independent Film Festival announces awards

The 19th Annual Durango Independent Film Festival has announced its winners of its festival, which took place Feb. 28 to March 3. Winners of the Juried Awards Best Narrative Feature: “Fo...

Real photo postcards may have historical value

‘Scenery is beautiful, wish you were here’

Mixed in Mancos rocks the historic Opera House

Three local bands – The Crags, Little Wilderness and Farmington Hill – perform during live recording

Durango musician Ely Cartwright to perform new songs across Southwest Colorado

Cartwright, who has new album titled ‘One Take Sessions,’ will take center stage in Durango, Cortez and Pagosa Springs