The Pole

May 16, 2024

Durango has a new collection of funny folks. The cleverly named Lower Left Improv – which takes its name form Durango’s location in the state – is hosting its first show of original comedy sketches, “Mind Your Manners,” Fri.-Sat., May 24-25, at Stillwater’s Light Box Theater, 1316 Main Ave. 

May 16, 2024

One of the M.C.’s favorite family friendly biking spots is back open for business. After being closed recently for a prescribed burn, Boggy Draw opened back up to the public Wed., May 14.

May 9, 2024

Regular readers of this fine publication no doubt are familiar with the works of Burt Baldwin, the unofficial Telegraph poet laureate. Since the early days, Baldwin’s poetry, essays and short stories have been a recurring feature in the paper.

May 2, 2024

For many Durangoans, spring is time to hit the water. But for a few extra hearty souls, it will be time to really hit the water. On June 8, team “Human Powered Potential” will be setting out in their 28-foot fiberglass sea home, American Spirit, to row from California’s Monterey Bay to Kauai. 

April 25, 2024

A longtime local nonprofit is starting a new chapter. Last week, Community Connections announced it is branching off into two entities to offer specialized services to people with disabilities.

April 25, 2024

True, there’s one weekend left at Purg and plenty of corn in the high country if you know where to look. But chances are, you’re ready to put the skis on ice for a while. And as much as we joke about not waxing our skis, it’s actually kind of a big deal for summer storage.

April 18, 2024

Got a tax refund burning a hole in your pocket? First off, lucky you. Secondly, why not stretch those dollars and support small local businesses at the same time?

There’s still time to cash in on the Durango Business Improvement District’s (BID) Spring Rewards Program.

April 11, 2024

If you’re famished from all your water sports this weekend, check out Durango Restaurant Week, April 12-21 (actually 10 days.)