Arts and Entertainment

HP & Me – Don’t Burn Your Bridges Behind You
Jul14

HP & Me – Don’t Burn Your Bridges Behind You

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! In the cross roads of decision making and making new directions we must not cut ourselves off from friends and family who have supported our path of development. We must not burn our bridges with those who have given us meaningful activity in the journey of life. There are no limits to love’s potentiality. Don’t Burn Your Bridges Behind You– S2:E3 The HP & Me podcast is a...

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Bailey’s Bits
Jul13

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey  

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HP & Me – Dialogue: Silence is Not Always Golden
Jul07

HP & Me – Dialogue: Silence is Not Always Golden

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! We do not sit or stand in isolation in a busy world. We must speak up on questions that involve positive solutions for neighbors and for the human race regardless of culture. Our openness, creativity, the strong feelings of our heart can convey real meaning for those who look to us for answers. In self-realization we live in our true ground of being a NEW BEING. Dialogue: Silence is...

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Bailey’s Bits
Jul06

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “People should find happiness in the little things, like family.” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey  

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Proteins + Veggies + Dietary Fat = Health
Jul03

Proteins + Veggies + Dietary Fat = Health

Jolie Ensign, nutritionist with Habit, recommends that you keep a journal about the foods you eat, not to count calories, but to observe how foods make you feel mentally and physically.

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4th of July in Durango
Jul03

4th of July in Durango

Durango has unfortunately cancelled fireworks display and 4th of July parade.  But that doesn’t mean celebrating US independence is cancelled! But if you are willing to drive a bit, Farmington will have their display tonight. July 3, 2020 9:25 p.m. – Fireworks Display Fireworks set off from Sullivan Hill, simulcast on KWYK 94.9 FM. Sullivan Hill is west of the intersection of College Blvd. and 30th Street. Please note, San...

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HP & Me – Intimidation
Jun30

HP & Me – Intimidation

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! On to Season 2. As we grow older and wiser we realize that intimidation and bellicose behavior never works When we have high values and ethics in our little corner of the world we are available to take the higher path and be touched by our Divine essence, the living beauty that unfolds slowly, gently from the heart that carries luminescence sparks that are resilient. We continue to...

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Bailey’s Bits
Jun29

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “The love of a family is life’s greatest blessing.”   Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Mary, Bailey and Charles at https://homesindurango.com/about-charles-mary  

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Our Lovely Local Animas River
Jun24

Our Lovely Local Animas River

One of our favorite features about Durango is the Animas River, as it runs through the middle of town. For years, this river has provided a variety of outdoor adventures. According to this article on the Duranglers website, “The Animas River is the major stream draining the high alpine terrain of the Needle Mountains. It heads in small meadows on the flanks of Cinnamon Mountain north of Silverton, then plunges through wild canyons as...

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Virtual 360 Tour! Executive Masterpiece!
Jun24

Virtual 360 Tour! Executive Masterpiece!

Spectacular executive home on 5 acres with mountain, pond and some Lake Nighthorse views. Horses are allowed and the land is all usable. Dramatic great room with tongue and groove vaulted ceiling and a magificent stone fireplace. The open concept kitchen features granite countertops, custom designed cabinets, built in refrigerator, wine fridge, a very large breakfast bar and lots of windows for plenty of natural light. Check out the...

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Lake Powell
Jun23

Lake Powell

Each week we feature a lifestyle blog on activities in and around Durango. This week, our feature is not on a Durango activity, but It’s a local favorite place to visit: Lake Powell. Many of us venture to Lake Powell throughout the year—whether for fishing, hiking, or boating and water activities, there is a plethora of adventure. Best of all, the lake is open now! Lake Powell is over 2,000 miles of shoreline and is about 186 miles...

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HP & Me – A Gift From God
Jun23

HP & Me – A Gift From God

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! Life can really be a roller coaster until we find the ‘ocean of peace’ in this moment. That is when we give our self to the inner retreat, our place of being where we nourish ourselves by the ‘Peace’ that God brings. We overcome depression and limitation by learning how to expand our consciousness through new heights, breaths, depths, and lengths that come with the visualization of...

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Bailey’s Bits
Jun22

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “In my defense, I was left unsupervised.” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey

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Virtual 360 Tour! Mountain Dream Catcher!
Jun17

Virtual 360 Tour! Mountain Dream Catcher!

This is a dream home come true! This beautifully maintained home is nestled on a 1 acre lot in the tall pines. Walls of windows bring the outdoors in and provide an abundance of natural light. This open concept design boasts a spacious family room with a soaring vaulted/cathedral ceiling, a gas fireplace and gorgeous laminate wood floors. The light and bright kitchen is open to the family room and has a large breakfast bar which is...

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Durango Planning E-Bike Trial At Twin Buttes
Jun16

Durango Planning E-Bike Trial At Twin Buttes

At the end of June, the city of Durango will allow pedal-assist electric bikes on 10 miles of trails at Twin Buttes Open Space. Although this one-year trial is the  second of its kind in Durango, it’s the first time e-bikes will have been allowed on natural trails. Durango City Council gave Parks and Recreation the go-ahead for the project at a recent City Council meeting. Important preparations The trial will only permit Class One...

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Purgatory Opens for Summer Activities!
Jun16

Purgatory Opens for Summer Activities!

June 20 marks an exciting day for Durango—Purgatory opens for the summer season! Each year, Purgatory hosts several fun activities for locals and tourists alike, and we are excited to see 2020 is no exception. Of course, most people know it as our local ski resort, but summertime is also a fun time to enjoy the outdoors at Purgatory. There is a morning session and an afternoon session available to help minimize crowds. The Alpine...

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Therapy Dogs to the Rescue for Airport Stress
Jun16

Therapy Dogs to the Rescue for Airport Stress

You may have seen guide dogs for visually impaired people at the airport, and if you’ve spent much time there, you’ve no doubt noticed security dogs that are able to sniff out a wide range of smuggled objects and substances, going far beyond illegal drugs and explosives. Some dogs have been so highly trained they can detect live, illegally transported animals sold via the black market, poached rhino horns and harmful plant species. A...

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SOCIAL DISTANCING/SHELTER-IN-PLACE HUMOR
Jun16

SOCIAL DISTANCING/SHELTER-IN-PLACE HUMOR

Laughter is The Best Medicine! Please Enjoy! Love is the most powerful force in the Universe. It’s a great day to be creating miracles.    

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HP & Me – It’s the Little Things That Count
Jun16

HP & Me – It’s the Little Things That Count

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! Do not be fooled by the illusion of “big things” or false posture. The little things in life add up and train us to nourish ourselves deeply and unfold our true self into the world, molecule by molecule. We go onward and forward in life no matter what by being the avant-garde for the little sparks of life we can cultivate each day. It’s the Little Things That Count – S1:E11...

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Durango Concert Series Online
Jun11

Durango Concert Series Online

Charles Leslie, director of the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College, says the popular Music in the Park summer concert series will head online with artists performing from the concert-hall stage and from their home studios.

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