Arts and Entertainment

Christmas Food and Shopping
Dec16

Christmas Food and Shopping

Enjoy A Holiday Meal Durango is home to many great, diverse restaurants. This Christmas, leave the cooking to the pros and enjoy your holiday meals at one of the many restaurants open on Christmas in Durango. Leave the mess and the stress behind and enjoy some of the best food in the area with the ones you love. Many restaurants are also open on Christmas Eve. In order to help locals and visitors to have a holly, jolly Christmas,...

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Christmas in Durango, Colorado
Dec16

Christmas in Durango, Colorado

Christmas in Durango, Colorado Christmas in Durango extends the entire month of December. Our little mountain town comes alive with activities all month long for everyone from the adventure seeker to the holiday traditionalist. Durango, Colorado has so much to offer during the Christmas season. Take A Ski Trip Around Christmas, it is common for Durango to turn into a snowy winter wonderland. Enjoy skiing at one of the great ski spots...

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Bailey’s Bits
Dec14

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “I’m a morning person. I follow a strict regimen of getting up before everyone else….  on December 25th.” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey

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Hubble Identifies Strange Exoplanet That Behaves Like the Long-Sought “Planet Nine”
Dec12

Hubble Identifies Strange Exoplanet That Behaves Like the Long-Sought “Planet Nine”

heic2021 — Science Release Hubble Identifies Strange Exoplanet That Behaves Like the Long-Sought “Planet Nine” 10 December 2020   The exoplanet HD106906 b was discovered in 2013 with the Magellan Telescopes at the Las Campanas Observatory in Chile’s Atacama Desert. However, astronomers did not then know anything about the planet’s orbit. This required something only the Hubble Space Telescope could do: collect very accurate...

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Annual Geminid meteor shower
Dec12

Annual Geminid meteor shower

Skygazers delight! Annual Geminid meteor shower set for this weekend will see more than 100 multi-colored shooting stars per hour streaking through the sky at 78,000mph The cosmic show will occur between December 4 and December 17, with the best nights for viewing on the evening of December 13 and into morning on the following day. Pictured is the event over Arizona in 2017 The annual Geminid meteor shower is set to peak December 13...

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Hanukkah 2020
Dec10

Hanukkah 2020

Hanukkah 2020: When it is and what to know                                                     (no, it’s not the ‘Jewish Christmas’) David Oliver USA TODAY Ah, yes, Hanukkah. The Festival of Lights. The “Jewish Christmas.” The holiday that Adam Sandler wrote a song about. To Jewish people, however, Hanukkah isn’t actually all that religious of a holiday –though because of its proximity to Christmas,...

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Durango Noel Night
Dec10

Durango Noel Night

Durango Noel Night Noel Night has been a staple in Durango’s holiday events for years. This event helps businesses promote local discounts, generate business and help spread some holiday cheer. Local First acknowledges the social distancing rules in place and they believe hosting the typical Noel Night would not be a responsible choice. As an alternative, this year Local First will offer coupons inside the annual Noel Night newspaper...

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Snow is probable Thursday and Friday with colder temperatures…
Dec08

Snow is probable Thursday and Friday with colder temperatures…

Snow is probable Thursday and Friday for SW Colorado with colder temperatures.  Prognosticators project that Saturday evening could get down to 7 or 8 degrees Fahrenheit.  High temperatures for the week are estimated in the mid 30’s to 40’s… for more local weather check out: Durango Colorado Climate & Weather  ...

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Winter Solstice is near…!!
Dec08

Winter Solstice is near…!!

Winter Solstice, also known as ‘midwinter” draws nigh…  a time when the sun renews its cycle and “returns.”  In North America, this year, it happens on December 21st at 3:02 am MST in the morning on December 21st, as the sun enters the sign of Capricorn.  Winter Solstice is the day with the shortest period of daylight and with the longest night of the year,  After this important day the days start getting...

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Bailey’s Bits
Dec07

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “It’s December! The Friday of Months!” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey

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JUPITER & SATURN will form the first double planet in 800 years…
Dec06

JUPITER & SATURN will form the first double planet in 800 years…

JUPITER & SATURN will form the first visible “double planet” in 800 years…  Before 2020 comes to a close, Jupiter and Saturn will be so close that they will appear to form a “double planet.” The great conjunction, as the planetary alignment has come to be known, hasn’t occurred in nearly 800 years. When their orbits align every 20 years, Jupiter and Saturn get extremely close to one another....

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Bailey’s Bits
Nov30

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “Kindness is like snow. It beautifies everything it covers.” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey

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Unusual Symptoms of COVID-19
Nov29

Unusual Symptoms of COVID-19

Unusual Symptoms of COVID-19 You Need to Know About GETTY IMAGES From nose to toes, doctors continue to discover uncommon signs of coronavirus infection by Rachel Nania, AARP, Updated November 23, 2020 ‘COVID toes’ Loss of taste or smell Diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and severe appetite loss Headaches, dizziness and confusion Hallucinations  Blood clots Hearing loss High blood sugar Fever, cough and shortness of breath are...

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Full Beaver Moon Eclipse
Nov29

Full Beaver Moon Eclipse

Full Beaver Moon Eclipse As November Ends: See It In New City   A penumbral lunar eclipse takes place when the moon moves through the faint, outer part of Earth’s shadow. It occurs when the sun, Earth and moon are aligned in an almost straight line. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)   The penumbral lunar eclipse is a prelude to can’t-miss December sky shows in New City, including the colorful, prolific Geminids....

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Nov 29th Reggae Concert RASTA STEVIE’s HEARTBEAT OF ZION
Nov23

Nov 29th Reggae Concert RASTA STEVIE’s HEARTBEAT OF ZION

New show by RASTA STEVIE’s HEARTBEATOFZION NOV 29 2020 Heart Beat of ZION w EMCEE RASTA STEVIE “Regg… By RASTA STEVIE’s HEARTBEATOFZION Reggae, #Lionheights, Reggae Dancehal…, Riddim, Roots Reggae The latest greatest freshest brand new IRIEleases and rippin riddim jugglins on the Heart Beat of Zion. Emcee Rasta Stevie steps up to the throne at KDUR FM with Special Bests’ LION HEIGHTS new single...

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Bailey’s Bits
Nov23

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “The day after Thanksgiving…not a good day to be my pants.” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey

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Cascade Canyon Winter Train
Nov20

Cascade Canyon Winter Train

Embark on a journey to yesteryear where amazing views await you this winter season!  Ride a historic steam train 26 miles each way on this 5-hour round trip train ride to Cascade Canyon. Departing from the Durango Depot, this trip takes you up into the Rocky Mountains with views of the San Juan National Forest as you travel alongside the beautiful Animas River while relaxing in heated coaches.  Cascade Canyon is a destination like no...

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COVID-19 Level Moving to RED Friday Nov 20th!
Nov18

COVID-19 Level Moving to RED Friday Nov 20th!

La Plata County Will Move to COVID-19 Dial Level Red: Severe Risk; Immediate Community Action Needed to Preserve Critical Services and Health Care Capacity Durango, Colo.: To reduce community transmission and slow a dramatic rise in cases that threatens our ability to maintain hospital capacity and the workforce in critical services, San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH) and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment...

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How to celebrate Thanksgiving safely this year, according to health experts
Nov17

How to celebrate Thanksgiving safely this year, according to health experts

How to celebrate Thanksgiving safely this year, according to health experts Turkey day isn’t canceled, but with all the efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, expect it to be different. Oct. 1, 2020, 1:54 PM MDT / Updated Nov. 6, 2020, 2:42 PM MST / Source: TODAY By Ronnie Koenig Thanksgiving is usually a time for friends and family to gather and celebrate together. But this year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

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Bailey’s Bits
Nov16

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “Winter essentials: Hot cocoa, snuggles by the fire, and fuzzy socks. ” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey

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