Singing With Santa – Friday November 23rd
Nov08

Singing With Santa – Friday November 23rd

Mark your calendar for Singing with Santa: FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23, 5:45 to 7:30 pm, proudly sponsored by TBK Bank  SINGING WITH SANTA is the official start to the holiday season in Downtown Durango! Meet Santa and march on Main Avenue singing Christmas Carols, help us light the Community Christmas Tree at Buckley Park, and enjoy FREE hot chocolate and cookies while they last. You can also get your photo taken with Santa, but bring your...

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Comedy Showcase : Costaki Economopolus
Nov08

Comedy Showcase : Costaki Economopolus

Costaki Economopoulos The Biggest Name In Comedy A regular friend of the Bob & Tom Morning Show, a Fox sports comedy correspondent. The host of the NFL Quick Snaps Podcast and garner of over a million views of his recent Dry Bar comedy stand-up special. Costaki’s rare wit and grown-up delivery will have you laced up for laughs. Featuring: Kate Mclachlan / Elliot Weber / Jill Carlson DATE: Nov 17 2018 TIME: 08:00 PM – Doors...

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The Revelers
Nov08

The Revelers

Founding members of the Red Stick Ramblers and The Pine Leaf Boys – “unquestionably the two groups at the vanguard of the Louisiana cultural renaissance” – have joined together to form a Louisiana supergroup that combines swamp-sop, Cajun, country, blues and zydeco into a powerful tonic of roots music that could only come from southwest Louisiana. Writes The Morton Report, “There has to be at least one band in the country that reveres...

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Veterans Day Parade 2018
Nov08

Veterans Day Parade 2018

This weekend is Veterans Day, and do you know the purpose of the day? According to the US Department of Defense, “Veterans Day honors all of those who have served the country in war or peace — dead or alive — although it’s largely intended to thank living veterans for their sacrifices” (https://www.defense.gov/explore/story/Article/1675470/5-facts-to-know-about-veterans-day/). It was originally called Armistice Day, which commemorated...

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Expenses Small Business Owners Usually Overlook in Starting a Business
Nov07

Expenses Small Business Owners Usually Overlook in Starting a Business

You need to have a clear plan when you are planning to start a business. You can’t open the company when you know there are still a lot of things you need to prepare. The budget is the most critical aspect of your small business. You need to know how much you have at hand, and how much you are willing to spend. Apart from the expenses incurred before opening the business, you will also have other operating expenses as the...

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What type of restaurant chairs do diners love?
Nov07

What type of restaurant chairs do diners love?

When it comes to dining in restaurants, we all have our preferences. Whether it’s the type of food, location or speed of service – a lot of elements combine to help us decide which restaurant we want to visit. One overlooked element of this is the style of seating, as this can actually impact the restaurants that we choose. Join us as we take a look at the restaurant chairs that diners love… Booths There’s nothing better for a family...

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Colleges Looking Beyond GPAs, Test Scores
Nov02

Colleges Looking Beyond GPAs, Test Scores

More and more colleges offer test-optional admission applications. We visit with the college counselor at Animas High School to learn about changing trends in requirements for college applications, and why students who don’t test well can still get into selective and highly selective

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Southern Ute Museum Wants You Back!
Nov02

Southern Ute Museum Wants You Back!

The Southern Ute Museum is now open seven days a week. It’s permanent exhibit tells the story of the Ute people, but it also will offer rotating exhibits to entice you back. See what’s on display now, and stop by the gift shop, where works by Navajo, Pueblo and Ute artists are for sale.

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BARK & WINE! Annual Fund-Raiser Supports Shelter
Nov02

BARK & WINE! Annual Fund-Raiser Supports Shelter

The La Plata County Humane Society will host its annual ‘Bark-n-Wine’ fund-raiser on Nov. 10. Find out what the event supports, and where you can buy tickets.

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Real Estate In The News
Nov02

Real Estate In The News

This week we have some real estate news highlights to pass along. The below is a compilation of recent headlines from a national real estate perspective. These topics typically relate to the economy, jobs, or real estate, and are important because these trends oftentimes impact the real estate market. 227,000 Jobs Added in October. According to the ADP and Moody’s Analytics National Employment Report, employment increased by 227,000...

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