Durango Business Directory

A’round In Durango – Desperado
Oct26

A’round In Durango – Desperado

Check out the television series ‘A’round in Durango’ by Durango Land and Homes!  See more episodes or search Durango real estate at Durango Land and Homes.

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Sippin’ Cider in Mancos
Apr06

Sippin’ Cider in Mancos

A new Mancos cidery hopes to create a viable market for local apple growers in Montezuma County.

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Southwest Colorado Real Estate Forecast 2018–offered by The Wells Group
Mar14

Southwest Colorado Real Estate Forecast 2018–offered by The Wells Group

  Get the inside scoop on the Real Estate market trends here in SW Colorado with the 2018 Real Estate Forecast featuring Wells Group brokers John Wells, Jim Wotkyns and real estate appraiser & statistician,  Bob Allen. Through an in-depth yet easily understood presentation, this team of dedicated specialists will lead you through the data and real estate trends observable in Southwestern Colorado for years prior, and also lend...

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Goodwill Opens in Durango
Mar09

Goodwill Opens in Durango

Looking for a good deal? A new thrift store opened in Durango late last month.

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A’round in Durango – Ska Brewing and the Makerlab at the Powerhouse Science Center
Mar08

A’round in Durango – Ska Brewing and the Makerlab at the Powerhouse Science Center

Check out the television series ‘A’round in Durango’ by Durango Land and Homes!  See more episodes or search Durango real estate at Durango Land and Homes. Check out our most recent edition of ‘A’round in Durango’! For this episode, we talk with Dave Thibodeau, Co-Owner of Ska Brewing, and Ryan Finnigan of the MakerLab from the Powerhouse Science Center over a round of locally brewed beers. Learn...

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Mahogany Grille—A Special Meal
Feb20

Mahogany Grille—A Special Meal

Are you looking for a nice evening out? Maybe a Valentine’s date this week or weekend? Durango’s Mahogany Grille is one of our unique restaurants. Located in the Strater Hotel, its Victorian Old West ambiance is a special feel, and the food tastes great too! They serve breakfast, weekend brunch, and dinner. The dinner menu features specialty fish, chicken, pasta, steak, and even unique items such as Pan Fried Colorado Trout or House...

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A’round in Durango: Carver’s & the Garden Project Part 2
Feb16

A’round in Durango: Carver’s & the Garden Project Part 2

Check out this episode of ‘A’round in Durango’ by Durango Land and Homes!  See more episodes or search Durango real estate at Durango Land and Homes.

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A’round in Durango – Carver’s & the Garden Project Part 1
Feb09

A’round in Durango – Carver’s & the Garden Project Part 1

Check out this episode of ‘A’round in Durango’ by Durango Land and Homes!  See more episodes or search Durango real estate at Durango Land and Homes.

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Durango brewpub returns to its baking roots after hiatus
Feb09

Durango brewpub returns to its baking roots after hiatus

  DURANGO — Jim Carver, one of the co-founding brothers of Carver Brewing Co., is back kneading dough after taking a break in 2008, when the brewpub expanded its brewing capacity and shrank its bakery. Article by Patrick Armijo, The Durango Herald “It’s fun to watch the dough rise,” he said during a recent tour of the kitchen and backhouse of the brewpub, which opened in 1988, Durango’s first brewpub since prohibition, and the second...

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Rendezvous Doughnuts – The Taste of Home
Jan05

Rendezvous Doughnuts – The Taste of Home

Doughnuts remind Charlie Shew of home. That’s why he started Rendezvous Doughnuts in Downtown Durango.

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Durango Farmers Market
Jun05

Durango Farmers Market

  The Durango Farmers Market will be starting the 10th of June this year. Get ready for good produce and great people! The Farmers Market will be held every Saturday until the 28th of October this year.   Durango Farmers Market a fun stop for the whole family!! The Farmers Market brings in farmers from our community to share the products from there farms straight to you! Trying to bring in a healthy lifestyle to our community. Every...

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In Celebration of Local Bookstores
May05

In Celebration of Local Bookstores

Local bookstores are not obsolete, even in the age of Amazon.com. In fact, the number of independent bookstores has grown nationwide. We visit Maria’s Bookshop to celebrate Independent Bookstore Day.

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Music in the Mountains Benefit event at Sorrel Sky
Mar17

Music in the Mountains Benefit event at Sorrel Sky

DURANGO, CO. – Sorrel Sky Gallery in Durango will be hosting a benefit event, Cocktails with the Conductor, on Saturday, April 8th, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Not only does this event allow you to be the first to hear about the much anticipated festival season from Music in the Mountains own Music Director Guillermo Figueroa, you’ll also be celebrating with Music in the Mountains as the organization celebrates 31 years within...

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Chocolate extraordinaire… “chocolate with a passion!”
Feb23

Chocolate extraordinaire… “chocolate with a passion!”

Chocolate extraordinaire… YUM!!   Animas Chocolate Company Not your average chocolate shop! It’s Chocolate with a passion! At least these chocolatiers are passionate about it! Some of  you may know that I am a chocolate connoisseur so when we happened upon this little business, tucked sweetly into the the quaint and scenic Durango, you know I’d have to drop in. Walking through the door, we were promptly greeted and...

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LA PLATA COUNTY REAL ESTATE
Feb01

LA PLATA COUNTY REAL ESTATE

LA PLATA COUNTY REAL ESTATE APPRECIATION One of the benefits and reasons to purchase real estate is the concept that it will appreciate over time. Most of us look at our homes as an investment; an asset that will appreciate as time goes on. In the last several years, we have seen the real estate market both decrease and increase. Because of this, it can be very helpful to look at market trends to gain and understanding of the state of...

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ZIA TAQUERIA for Snowdown!
Feb01

ZIA TAQUERIA for Snowdown!

ZIA TAQUERIA: FAST, HEALTHY, GOOD! Snowdown is this weekend, and you may be trying to brainstorm the perfect restaurant to help make meal planning easy! One of the local favorites is Zia Taqueria, a healthy, fast, fresh-Mex style restaurant. With burritos, nachos, tacos, bowls, and salads, there are several combinations and an excellent selection. It’s a popular restaurant around Durango—the food is consistently tasty! One of the...

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Donald Trump inaugurated as new USA president!
Jan20

Donald Trump inaugurated as new USA president!

Donald Trump has been inaugurated as the new president of the United States of America, January 20th, 2017.                                           (Photo: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)   President Trump’s full Inagural Speech can be found: President Donald Trump’s inaugural address! Durangodowntown.com’s standard editorial policy is to limit political articles as we are mostly a local entertainment and local news...

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New General Manager for Purgatory Ski Resort
Jan06

New General Manager for Purgatory Ski Resort

Purgatory Resort Announces New General Manager!   Durango, Colo. —  Purgatory Resort officials announced the appointment of Colin McBeath as its new General Manager.  McBeath was most recently the general manager at the Sheraton Anchorage Hotel and Spa in Alaska and has more than 20 years of international and national experience as a general manager and hotel manager for groups such as the Sheraton, Kimpton Hotels, Fairmont, and...

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Breast Cancer Awareness & Women’s Resources
Dec01

Breast Cancer Awareness & Women’s Resources

Nothing has ever made me feel so powerless as the day my sister — my confidante, my best friend, my hero — was diagnosed with breast cancer. She was fortunate enough to catch the disease early (and has since entered remission!), but it’s gotten me thinking a lot about the need for better access to women’s health information. Many thanks for all that you do to support the amazing power of women! Helen Carter of http://selfexam.org/ In...

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Modern Herbalism in the Southwest
Aug27

Modern Herbalism in the Southwest

  It’s been five years since I interned with Deb Buck. At the time I was an ambitious college student looking for some practical knowledge about the ecosystems of the Southwest. I bought a few guide books about native edible and medicinal plants and very quickly realized how hard it was to learn about plant identification from books.  After explaining my challenges to a good friend, who recommended I talk with Deb, I got very...

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