NEW YORK – At 69, Bob Seger says he’s ready to hit the road again: He’s scaled back smoking and bicycles 10 miles a day as part of a workout routine.
“I think I’m in pretty...
Joe Keller is a likeable guy. Affable and apparently comfortable in his own skin, he’s worked hard to support his family by running a manufacturing...
- In Mozart’s opera, a marriage in trouble
- Funnier than Congress?
- Garry Marshall, the knight of light, goes dark
- A bold new work
- Overcoming turmoil, Met opera opens season
LONDON – Sherlock Holmes is among the most famous Londoners of all time. Many tourists still see the bustling city through his eyes, and seek out his...
- Nashville’s folk rock era is topic of new exhibit
- Blending strands of contemporary art
- American Indian museum aims to broaden its appeal
- Auction of ancient Egyptian relics averted
- Oops! UK council destroys Banksy immigration mural
Even stoners have to grow up sometime.
In the case of Afroman, the Grammy-nominated rapper whose claim to fame is the 2001 classic “Because I...
- Cuba violinmakers battle instrument shortage
- Tribal Seeds returns to Durango
- Symphony begins season strong with Beethoven’s fifth
- Courtney Love is going to sing in an opera – her way
- San Juan Symphony season: A joyous farewell
Sister Helen Prejean was a young Catholic nun devoted to serving the poor in Louisiana in 1982 when she was asked to be the penpal of death row inmate Elmo...
- TV pioneer and sitcom king Norman Lear pens a book
- Chris Anderson, head of TED, has a book deal
- Review: Book looks at costs of pork production
- Robinson, Chast among book award finalists
- Leonard Cohen at 80: Still on top of his game
Film & TV
LOS ANGELES – Seth Rogen let out a loud laugh when asked what he had done with Kim Jong Un, the North Korean leader who suddenly and inexplicably...
- Tarantino film gets permit to use Telluride ranch
- Review: The Book of Life
- Review: Fury
- Movies playing in Durango Oct. 17-23
- Answering the ‘Birdman’ signal, Keaton soars again