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The five kinds of successful movie endings

The five kinds of successful movie endings
The end is the beginning - or at least, it should be, for the makers of movies. A movie's ending, the last emotional beat the audience takes out of the theater, is the key to good word-of-mouth -- and good word-of-mouth, more than reviews, more than newspaper advertising, and even more than the Oscars ...
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You say you\'re in the movies? NOT!

You say you're in the movies? NOT!

BMW's X series... please don't call them "utilitarian"

Telluride News | BMW's X series... please don't call them "utilitarian" BMW’s x series of SUV’s, which they prefer to call SAV’s, opting to replace the word “utility” with “activity,” continue to provide refinement inside and typically German handling characteristics behind the wheel.  While “utility” may be considered ...

Aspen Mountain extended season hours announced

Thanks to plentiful snowfall, Aspen Mountain will be open for skiing and riding on weekends April 26-27 and May 3-4. The Aspen Skiing Co. promises to open as much terrain from top to bottom as conditions allow. Hours of operation will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Silver Queen Gondola, Ajax Express, FIS and Ruthie’s Chairs will spin and the Sundeck will fire up the ...

Amazing ski season delights locals and guests both

Telluride News | Amazing ski season delights locals and guests bothWith the exception of Aspen Mountain's two extra weekends of being open for business, all Aspen Skiing Company mountains concluded a ski season of exceptional snow for the winter of 2013-14 on Sunday, April 20. Multiple snowstorms, deep powder days and both an early opening and late closing were the ...

Mount Everest avalanche claims lives of 12 guides

Telluride News | Mount Everest avalanche claims lives of 12 guidesAt least 12 Nepalese guides were killed  Friday morning by a massive avalanche on  Mount Everest, with four still missing, according to AP news reports.  The climbing season begins in early May, but the Everest base camp area is already packed with climbers, porters and guides, who have ...

2014 Denver Auto Show delivers again

Telluride News | 2014 Denver Auto Show delivers again The 2014 Denver Auto Show once again gave attendees a chance to see the latest and greatest offerings from more than 30 different manufacturers and including 500 vehicles.  There was something for everyone from those who just wanted to get close to new exotics from the exclusive German and Italian ...

"Blood Moon" awes Colorado stargazers during total eclipse of the moon

Telluride News | "Blood Moon" awes Colorado stargazers during total eclipse of the moonThe total lunar eclipse of April 15 was the undisputed star of Colorado's night sky in the wee hours, as the full moon turned a coppery red color during its passage through the darkest section of Earth's shadow. The so-called "Blood Moon"  was supposed to be visible from most of North and South ...

Dream come true:  test driving a Maserati

Telluride News | Dream come true:  test driving a Maserati A foursome of sleek Maseratis tooling around Aspen is a definite attention grabber.  Maserati was in town, showing off their Ghibli luxury sport sedan and offering residents and visitors a chance to test drive one of the beauties. Two of Aspen Business Journal's staff writers jumped at the chance ...

Author Maria Semple charms audience at Winter Words event

Telluride News | Author Maria Semple charms audience at Winter Words event The last Winter Words presentation of the season was a warm, laughter-filled evening of cozy repartee between two of Aspen’s own – billed as an interview of featured writer Maria Semple, to be conducted by her brother Lo. It quickly turned into “The Maria and Lo Show” of lighthearted ...

Harold Ramis had strong ties to Colorado

Telluride News | Harold Ramis had strong ties to ColoradoHarold Ramis’ recent death reminded film lovers of the incredible scope of his work and the memorable scenes he created via writing, directing and acting. It also prompted local residents to reminisce over their friendships with him during the Ramis family’s yearly ski vacations in Snowmass ...

Bitcoin: The future for real estate?

Telluride News | Bitcoin: The future for real estate?Bitcoin. If you have been following the news for the past couple of months, you have probably come across at least one article referencing Bitcoin, be it the shutdown of Mt. Gox, the largest Bitcoin exchange in the world or Newsweek’s “outing” of mysterious Bitcoin founder Satoshi ...

You say you're in the movies? NOT!

Telluride News | You say you're in the movies? NOT!As the most brilliant, dishonest liar I ever met in the movie business once explained it to me, of every ten people who say they are in the movie business, nine are not.  They are in the movie development business. Most of them have never been associated in any meaningful way with a successful movie ...

Historic Olympic slalom gold for Vail Valley's Michaela Shiffrin

Telluride News | Historic Olympic slalom gold for Vail Valley's Michaela ShiffrinU.S. ski team racer Mikaela Shiffrin, only 18 years old, became the youngest Olympic gold medalist in women’s slalom history on February 21st  with her decisive victory over her childhood ski racing idol, Marlies Schild, under the lights at Rosa Khutor in Russia. Hailing from Eagle/Vail, the ...

2015 Subaru Forester to start at $23,045

Telluride News | 2015 Subaru Forester to start at $23,045The 2015 Subaru Forester will cost $23,045, including destination, when it goes on sale in March or April. The XT model now comes standard with the all-weather package (which includes heated front seats and heated side mirrors). A backup camera is standard on all models, 2.5i Premium trim gets a moonroof ...

A pre-Oscars interview with screenwriter Alan Trustman

Telluride News | A pre-Oscars interview with screenwriter Alan TrustmanContrary to many noteworthy guests who visit Aspen and Snowmass each winter, screenwriter Alan Trustman does not trumpet his arrival – he comes to ski.  At age 83, he has no desire to court attention, but while cruising Elk Camp last week on packed-powder trails, he opened up about the film ...

First-ever GS gold for Ligety

Telluride News | First-ever GS gold for LigetyROSA KHUTOR, Russia  – Ted Ligety (Park City, UT) laid down a truly Olympic performance Wednesday to earn the first-ever giant slalom gold medal for the USA at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games. Ligety led by 0.93-seconds after his first run at the sunny Rosa Khutor venue, where he was able ...
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