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Odd Rot: Take Me Home

When not drawing lil weird critters, Patty Templeton writes strange stories. Her first novel is an 1880s ghost story called “There Is No Lovely End.” Chat with her over by instagram.com/pattytempleton.

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Horoscope: Settle your debts, Scorpios!

ARIES (March 21 to April 19)

In some clever fashion, today you might see a way to restructure debt or get better use out of shared property or the wealth and resources of others. Keep your eyes open!

TAURUS (April 20 to May 20)

This is a good day to sit down with friends and partners to discuss how to...

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Cheers to yoga and beer at Ska

For many, the words “namaste” and “cheers” may not seem synonymous, but that hasn’t stopped instructors of YogaDurango from marrying the two wellness activities of simple yoga and beer drinking. Only at Ska Brewing Co. does “happy hour” have a whole new meaning.

Offered Mondays at 5:30 p.m. every week, YogaDurango...

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Welcome to DGO. We think it’s cool and are sure you will, too

So, what is DGO?

Some people think it’s the name of our airport. But no, our airport code is DRO, in case you weren’t sure. DGO belongs to Durango, Mexico, which apparently got airplanes before we did. On Urban Dictionary, DGO stands for “Dude got owned.” Sorry about that, dude.

But around these parts, anyone...

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Horoscope

ARIES (March 21 to April 19)

You’re in a curious frame of mind today. You want to understand everything and know what others are talking about. Conversations with siblings, neighbors and relatives will be significant.

TAURUS (April 20 to May 20)

Money, earnings and cash flow are your focus today. You might...

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How to do Zombie March and not get arrested

What do handcuffs, partial nudity and the undead have in common? Typically nothing unless you’re into some weird fetish. But in Durango on Halloween night, all those things are commonplace.

The annual phenomenon known as Zombie March, which takes over Durango’s Main Avenue at the witching hour of Halloween Night, is...

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Half-past Delinquency: The kids may be young and dumb, but haven’t we all been there?

Stages in life are something most adults have forgotten to acknowledge. We are so wrapped up in our own busy lives that we overlook what defined who we are today.

I miss the golden years, those years between the ages of 4 and 9. At the time I didn’t realize I was living them; I imagined they were still to come. This...

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Savage Love: Should a cheating, HIV-positive husband be sent to jail?

I am a straight, married, 38-year-old woman. My husband and I have two children. I have been with my husband for 12 years, married for six. Three years after we were married, we found out that he was HIV positive. We had both had multiple tests throughout our relationship because of physicals and the process we went through...

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Love it or Hate it: Candy Corn

Love it

I had to go home sick from work once from eating too much candy corn. You might blame the sugar or the corn syrup or the Yellow 6 or Red 5 or the pure unadulterated artificialness of everything that is candy corn. But really, it was the amount, a quantity somewhere between “an embarrassing number of handfuls”...

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