Twin Buttes farmer Chad Goodale and his dog Bridger take a break to say “hello” during harvest on Tuesday morning./Photo by Jennaye Derge


Rooted in the community
Producers, buyers work to build a local food system across the region

by Tracy Chamberlin

Underneath the restaurant kitchens and farmer’s fields of Southwest Colorado, a network of growers, ranchers, distributors and owners are putting down the roots of a local food more


Always faithful
Bronze sculpture takes circuitous route from 9/11 to Durango

by Jen Reeder

Each year on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Americans pause to remember and honor the victims of the tragedy. more


La Vida Local: Bushwhacked
by  David Feela


Magical mycology tour

A fall fungal foraging foray into the San Juans
by Jaime Becktel

I think I sort of get it – this mushroom-hunting thing.


Top Shelf: Blues ’n’ Brews and Strings ’n’ Sol
by Chris Aaland



Flash in the Pan: Battle of the macronutrients
If you haven’t played around with some kind of low-carbohydrate diet by now, you’ve probably heard about it from someone who has. And many of them probably say the same thing: it’s so easy to lose weight this way.
by  Ari Levaux


Haiku movie review: ‘Behind the Candelabra’
by Lainie Maxson



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