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Fresh Fall Food in the Four Corners

Fresh Fall Food in the Four Corners

August 28, 2018 | Food and Beverages

The temperatures are slowly dropping, and we’re making the switch from iced to warm coffee. Summer - the time of popsicles, sweet strawberries, and river days - is winding down to an end. Durango will soon be enveloped by the thousands of aspens ringing i...

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The Weekender // August 24th - 26th, 2018

The Weekender // August 24th - 26th, 2018

August 23, 2018 | Entertainment

As summer slowly ends, Durango’s weekends keep popping with events that you can’t miss. We’ve highlighted some of the biggest and brightest things going on this weekend, all the way from live music to beer fests, so that you can stay in ...

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Durango Tequila & Mezcal Tour

Durango Tequila & Mezcal Tour

July 17, 2018 | Food and Beverages

Tequila is more than just an alcoholic drink you shoot for an extra confidence boost to hit the dance floor. Tequila has a long, intricate history that dates back to when the ancient Aztecs created a spiritual, distilled drink known as “pulque.” Mez...

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Most Photogenic Lakes Near Durango

Most Photogenic Lakes Near Durango

July 10, 2018 | Attractions

There are over 4,000 lakes in our state of Colorado, with Durango and the surrounding area boasting some of the most magnificent spots. From Ophir all the way down to Navajo Lake, these lakes are what we consider to be the most “photogenic” spots. T...

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10 Things You Didn't Know About Mesa Verde

10 Things You Didn't Know About Mesa Verde

July 3, 2018 | Attractions

Witnessing Mesa Verde National Park for the first time is a truly breathtaking experience. With so much rich history and unique tales behind each site in the park, it’s hard to capture it all. Out of the 58 National Parks in the US, Mesa Verde ranks at th...

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11th Street Station: A Dynamic Durango Destination

11th Street Station: A Dynamic Durango Destination

June 26, 2018 | Food and Beverages

On North Main Avenue in downtown Durango, 11th Street Station is serving up handcrafted cocktails and your favorite craft beers with a side of vintage charm. The extraordinary automotive accessories and decor are enough of a reason to stop by, not to mention th...

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Roll Your Own Way: Clean Commute Week 2018

Roll Your Own Way: Clean Commute Week 2018

June 19, 2018 | Events

This Wednesday, June 20 kicks off the 9th Annual Clean Commute Week in Durango, CO. According to the event’s organizers, the City of Durango, it’s all about encouraging “citizens to get out of their single-occupant vehicle and try a more susta...

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A Mix of Media: The 42nd Juried Art Exhibit

A Mix of Media: The 42nd Juried Art Exhibit

June 12, 2018 | Events

Ever since the 1960’s, the Durango Arts Center (DAC) has worked tirelessly to promote growth, exploration and appreciation for art, not just in Durango but on a larger, national scale. The non-profit has gladly accepted the role as a community resource fo...

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Why You Should Be a Member of Durango Running Club

Why You Should Be a Member of Durango Running Club

June 6, 2018 | Local

The Durango Running Club mission statement reads as follows: To serve and connect runners in Southwest Colorado, promote trail and road running by organizing group runs, races, and events, and provide education and encouragement for runners of all ages and abil...

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The 35th Annual Animas River Days: A "Zero Waste" Event

The 35th Annual Animas River Days: A "Zero Waste" Event

May 31, 2018 | Events

It’s summer in Durango, which means a few things: the tourists start to flock, the locals pull out their mountain bikes and Mexi loggers, and of course, the Annual Animas River Days are back. This year, Durango will be a part of a 35 year tradition t...

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Lost Dogs & Found Treasures: Why the LPCHS Thrift Store Matters

Lost Dogs & Found Treasures: Why the LPCHS Thrift Store Matters

February 27, 2018 | Local

It's no secret: Durangoans love their dogs. It's a wonder we haven't lobbied to change the name of our hound heaven to "Durandog." While that's a really bad idea and super lame joke, it brings up an excellent question: have you ever considered where man's best ...

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