The Pole

February 16, 2023

With all the snow hitting Durango this week, it’s time to rev up your creative juices

February 9, 2023

This year’s Taste of Durango, the premier food festival held every spring, has been canceled, with its future uncertain.

For the past few decades, Taste of Durango has brought together local restaurants and breweries to celebrate the town’s culinary scene. For a full day, vendors set up tents along Main Ave., taking over downtown.

Taste of Durango, however, has run into some challenges in recent years. In 2020 and 2021, the festival was canceled because of the pandemic. When the event returned last year, many attendees complained about long wait lines, a complicated wristband process and lack of vendor/food availability.

February 2, 2023

What it takes to become a cliff diver at Casa Bonita

January 26, 2023

What the heck is Fanny Pack Friday?

January 19, 2023

The Hive’s Buzz Bus has broken down and needs some help.

January 19, 2023

Parker’s Animal Rescue is hoping to raise $450,000 to find a permanent home.

January 12, 2023

Public comment now open for Jackson Mountain NEPA, which includes new mountain bike park outside Pagosa Springs.

January 5, 2023

If you have something to say about the state of tourism in Durango (and we know you do), now is the time to speak up.

The City of Durango recently announced the “Resident Sentiment Survey” is now open for all county residents to weigh in, which aims to “monitor resident opinions on tourism in La Plata County over time.”