Shining a light
You might know Sellers from his time plucking strings with the Six Dollar String Band or his late-night spinning as DJ Bad Goat. Either way, Sellers says he hopes to shine a light on the musicians and artists in and around Durango that maybe don’t always get all the attention.
If you have any story ideas, reach out at Stephen.S.Sellers@gmail.com.
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- Green for the holidays
Bona fide sustainability geek Claire Attkisson wants to inspire you to rethink how you shop this holiday season.
Attkisson, founder and creative director of Live Creative Studio – a sustainable-business marketing and shopping hub – is offering a unique retail experience for those looking to reduce their environmental impact during the holidays. The Zero Waste Holiday Pop-Up event, Dec. 3-5 at the Smiley Building, will feature businesses from around town that are innovating solutions to the environmental challenges we face today.
- Turkey triage
One Thanksgiving, a few years ago, I sliced my finger on a piece of broken glass while cleaning dishes, requiring a late night trip to Mercy Regional Medical Center’s emergency room to put half of my pinky finger back on.
There, a doctor, making small talk while pumping an alarming amount of anesthesia into my finger, said every year people are admitted into the ER on Thanksgiving for … drumroll please … over-eating. As I waited several hours for the routine procedure of four stitches, and while my partner slept outside in the car with the heat on, I wondered, what is everyone else doing in here?
- Just add snow
Rain or shine (or snow), Purgatory Resort plans to hold opening day this Saturday. As far as what lifts and trails will be open, we’re still in a state of – if you hate bad puns, look away – purgatory on what that will look like.
Southwest Colorado has received little to no early season snow. As a result, Purgatory Resort has had to rely on its snowmaking capabilities to make good on its target to open Nov. 20.
- Shining a light
In this week’s issue, you’ll find a little hello from our newest music columnist, Stephen Sellers.