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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

Local artist to host art gallery with Japanese-style art until March 31

Art gallery will be at the Cortez Cultural Center

‘Right in the Eye’ comes to San Juan College

Multimedia concert features three musicians, 50 instruments and 11 silent films

Cortez Middle School theater program to host play ‘Curtains’ in March

The performances will take place the first weekend of March

Montezuma-Cortez theater program to host Utah Shakespeare Festival’s ‘Hamlet’

Tickets are available for the Feb. 22 performance

N. Scott Momaday, Pulitzer Prize winner and giant of Native American literature, dies at 89

‘House Made of Dawn’ is considered as the starting point for contemporary Native American literature

Get ready for peace, love and to throw down for Snowdown

Durango’s winter festival welcomes 200 events over 10 days

Sunflower Troupe seeks actors and crew members for spring show

Auditions will take place in February; the show is in May

47th Telluride Jazz Festival announces lineup

Tickets go on sale Thursday