Arts and Entertainment

Durango Farmers Market Open
Jun11

Durango Farmers Market Open

Did you know that the farmers market is open for business in 2020? 2020 Market Season – now until October 31st Saturdays – TBK Bank Parking Lot 8 AM to 12 Noon (9 AM in October) Social distancing plans in place! The Market will be funtioning as a “food chain supplier” or basically, a local out-door grocery store! We will not be focusing on the “community gathering place” environment we normally...

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How to Adopt a New Pet During COVID-19
Jun11

How to Adopt a New Pet During COVID-19

Pets need good homes at all times, regardless of what’s going on in the world. If you’ve been wanting to adopt a pet, you can still do so during the pandemic. Some pet shelters and breeders might have different policies during the pandemic, but you can still find many pets to choose from. Here’s everything you need to know about the process. First, Pick the Pet That’s Right for You Each type of pet and specific breed has its own...

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Virtual 360 Tour! Nestled in the Pines
Jun10

Virtual 360 Tour! Nestled in the Pines

Enjoy amazing fishing in the Los Pinos (Pine) River which is accessed through the subdivision. There is no HOA. Vallecito Lake which also has great fishing, water skiing, jet skiing and other boating activities is very close. This would make a wonderful second home/vacation rental or for year round living. Check out the Virtual 360 Tour HERE For more amazing properties visit homesindurango.com

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HP & Me – You Always Hurt the One You Love
Jun09

HP & Me – You Always Hurt the One You Love

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! We should be more sensitive to the ones around us. Joy and compassion slows down from the energy of the daily world to life’s beauty and wisdom which we should beam through our eyes and broadcast through our words. We do not hurt the ones we love if we are truly God-centered in Light. You Always Hurt the One You Love – S1:E10 The HP & Me podcast is a much needed dose of...

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Bailey’s Bits
Jun08

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “Ways to my heart: 1. Buy me food, 2. Make me food, 3. Be food.” 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! Views! Views! Views!
Jun03

Virtual 360 Tour! Views! Views! Views!

Enchanting home nestled on a 1 acre lot with towering pine trees and breathtaking views of the mountains and the Pine River valley. This custom built 2 bedroom 2.5 bath home has walls of windows that bring the outdoors in and provides an abundance of natural light throughout. The dramatic great room has a soaring vaulted ceiling, a stunning gas fireplace with beautiful stone work and views that you have to see to believe. Check out...

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HP & Me – Letting Go
Jun02

HP & Me – Letting Go

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! Everything comes to an end eventually. With a little help from the man up above we can let go and say to ourselves “onward and forward”. Letting Go – S1:E9 The HP & Me podcast is a much needed dose of inspiration and enlightenment.  Be sure to see all three seasons at amesuniversal.com. HP & Me: My Little Corner of the World is also available as a book! Buy the book on...

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Bailey’s Bits
Jun01

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits I’ve learned so much from my mistakes, I’m thinking of making a few more. Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey

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More Durango Restaurants & Businesses Reopening
May29

More Durango Restaurants & Businesses Reopening

The weather is turning and people are looking to get out and about… safely! Did you know that you could go to Prima Pasta or Oscar’s Diner?  Here is a partial list of open restaurants in Durango. Lone Spur Cafe – 619 Main Ave Durango Diner – 957 Main Jean-Pierre – 601 Main Primi Pasta & Wine Bar – 1201 Main Ave Ste 102 Glacier Management Associates, Mineshaft Bar & Grill – 212 N....

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Virtual 360 Tour! Outstanding Quality in New Edgemont Custom Home
May27

Virtual 360 Tour! Outstanding Quality in New Edgemont Custom Home

Outstanding quality and workmanship are evident throughout this new custom home in the popular Edgemont Highlands subdivision. You will love the large stamped concrete covered front porch and the unique barnwood siding around the front porch and back deck. This spectacular home has beautiful engineered wood textured composite floors in the kitchen, living and dining areas. The open concept design of the kitchen, living and dining is...

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Coronavirus Tracker Reports Decline in New Cases
May26

Coronavirus Tracker Reports Decline in New Cases

Courtesy of the New York Times. This coronavirus tracker shows a soft decline in new cases over the last several weeks. Let’s keep this up! See the tracker HERE    

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Bailey’s Bits
May26

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “What the world really needs is more love and less paperwork.” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Visit Bailey at: https://homesindurango.com/

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HP & Me – Guardian Angels
May26

HP & Me – Guardian Angels

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! The word ‘Angel’ means someone who is willing to help another no matter what the cost. Modern scientists may call them ‘ultra-terrestrials,’ beings from distant or higher worlds. In reality, however, the meaning of angel is in remembering the greater Love and Joy that nourished us. Love does not come by accident or coincidence. In sharing the promise of a greater Life with someone,...

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What’s Open and Not for Memorial Day
May21

What’s Open and Not for Memorial Day

State campgrounds and area marinas will be open for Memorial Day Weekend, but developed recreation areas in the San Juan National Forest will closed, and there’s a fire ban.    

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Activities for the Durangotang at Home
May21

Activities for the Durangotang at Home

It’s a strange time out there, and there are plenty of activity ideas making their way around the internet. While some of us are busy working from home and others are doing school online, some are left with more time on their hands and nowhere to go spend it. What do you do if you can’t see friends and are supposed to stay home but feel bored? Well, here’s our recommendations. Here are things to do to help the Durango community and...

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NewLeaf Brands To Buy Mushroom Company Mydecine
May21

NewLeaf Brands To Buy Mushroom Company Mydecine

NewLeaf Brands Inc. (CSE: NLB) (OTC: NLBIF) has signed a letter of intent to purchase Colorado-based  Mydecine Group in an all-stock deal valued at $850,000.  Mydecine is a vertically integrated company engaged to utilize the vast medicinal, health and wellness capabilities of the many compounds found in various strains of mushroom and fungi as a whole. “We’ve been watching and closely monitoring the progress of the mycology space for...

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HP & Me – Hesitation
May19

HP & Me – Hesitation

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! Life offers many opportunities and we should not feel inhibited in exploring new ways of life. We should go beyond ‘hesitation’ and not be shy to be open to the moments of pure life that feed us no matter how easy or difficult, light or challenging, long or short, our lives maybe. Hesitation – S1:E7 The HP & Me podcast is a much needed dose of inspiration and enlightenment.  Be...

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Animas Museum Online Exhibits
May14

Animas Museum Online Exhibits

Are you familiar with Durango’s vast history? Our local Animas Museum in Durango offers rich details of past local events, people, and economy. With the COVID measures, they now feature an interesting and informative online exhibit! The first exhibit tells the story and history of Zaidee Rockwood Perkins’ wedding dress. Married in Durango in 1901, the online exhibit tells of her family history and the festivities of the wedding. In...

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Petition: Colorado & COVID-19: do something different!
May12

Petition: Colorado & COVID-19: do something different!

COVID-19 is rapidly spreading throughout the United States, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is neither transparent nor up-to-date. It is likely that hundreds of people in the greater Denver area are carrying this novel disease due to the constant flow of skiing/snowboarding tourism as well as our big international airport. They are likely experiencing mild symptoms or are asymptomatic and unaware. This...

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The Risks – Know Them – Avoid Them (Written by an esteemed immunologist)
May12

The Risks – Know Them – Avoid Them (Written by an esteemed immunologist)

Please read this link to learn about the author and background to these posts. It seems many people are breathing some relief, and I’m not sure why. An epidemic curve has a relatively predictable upslope and once the peak is reached, the back slope can also be predicted. We have robust data from the outbreaks in China and Italy, that shows the backside of the mortality curve declines slowly, with deaths persisting for months. Assuming...

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