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Get your fill of “Tucker & Dale vs. Evil” at the Telluride Horror Show

Before we get started, we all need to agree on something: Halloween is the best holiday of them all. Period. Know why? Not only do you get dress up as anything from a sexy nurse to Snorlax, but we get to have events like the Telluride Horror Show.

Once referred to as a “smörgåsbord of horror goodness” by Bloody...

Hustlers isn’t just another raunchy comedy

Based on the marketing for Annapurna Pictures’ most recent feature, “Hustlers,” one would think this is just another raunchy slapstick comedy along the lines of “Bridesmaids” (2011) or “Rough Night” (2017). Not that there’s anything wrong with those kinds of films. After all, “Bridesmaids” did indeed manage to nab a couple of...

A Purple Fox Conundrum coming to a Mancos Valley near you

There’s a conundrum coming to Mancos Valley – a Purple Fox Conundrum, to be exact.

Now, what – or who – is a Purple Fox Conundrum you might be asking right now. Not to worry (We did, too.).

Turns out, the Purple Fox Conundrum is a two-day pop-up installation on Sacred Song Farm, a ranch located at the base of...

IT Chapter 2 can float, too...right into the garbage

It’s interesting when a popular novel with a longstanding fan base just can’t figure out how to garner decent screen adaptations. The most famous example would probably be F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby,” a book which for some reason still struggles to get a proper cinematic portrayal, even 84 years later. A modern...

Brittany Runs a Marathon isn’t just another romcom about an overweight woman – it’s a good film, too

At a time when pop culture is expected to be politically sensitive, we have one extremely offensive thing that seems difficult to get rid of: the fat suit. Though there have always been overweight characters played by overweight actors, in many cases, fat characters in film have been played by average built actors donning...

Top acts you should catch at Telluride Blues & Brews Fest

It’s about to get real hot in Telluride, and we couldn’t be more psyched for one of our favorite festivals of the year. Telluride Blues & Brews Festival, born of music and beer, is bringing more than 30 bands to the heart of the Colorado Rockies. Blues & Brews has a long history of bringing in killer acts like Robert...

Where’d You Go, Bernadette? isn’t the worst film of the year, but it’s one of the most frustrating

Richard Linklater’s new dramedy, “Where’d You Go, Bernadette?” is about a suburban housewife in the Pacific Northwest who has a nervous breakdown and then intentionally checks out of her everyday life – without warning or notice to anyone – to rediscover who she is as a person. If this sounds familiar to you, it might be...

Don’t miss KISS or these other acts this September

We’re sad that summer is wrapping up but couldn’t be more thrilled with the music options set to kick off fall in the Four Corners. It’s time to plan for fall, y’all.

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Get your fill of kink and comedy at Denver’s Dangerous Theatre

Who says kink and comedy can’t go together? No one! At least, not Denver’s Dangerous Theatre, anyway.

That’s why, you comedy fiends and kinksters, FÜKD Up Comedy & Kink is taking the stage September 6 at this Denver theater. You might be wondering, “what’s the goal here with combining these two (seemingly) very...

Rock out at the iAM Music Fest 2019 Concert Series for the rest of the summer

Durango isn’t short on having a local music scene and the iAM Music Fest 2019 Concert Series is here to prove it.

Once a month this summer, the organization is pairing with 11th Street Station to host evenings of music, dancing, and art. Plus, of course, you’ve got 11th Street’s food trucks and bar.

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TEDxDurango will explore how speakers find the humor, even when life sucks

“My mission to control and predict had turned up the answer that the way to live is with vulnerability and to stop controlling and predicting.” With this realization, Brené Brown, a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, launched into her 2010 TEDxHouston presentation, “The Power of...

Our guesses for the Telluride Film Festival

Cannes. Toronto. Sundance. The Telluride Film Festival stands out as one of the most prestigious movie-showcasing events in the world.

Taking place in the small, romantic mountain town of Telluride, this Colorado film festival offers a unique backdrop of towering mountains and breathtaking vantage points. The walk...

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