Professional apres skier names Colorado’s coolest ski country eateries
Colorado food / Dining and Restaurants / Food trends

Professional apres skier names Colorado’s coolest ski country eateries

Words and images by JOHN LEHNDORFF (Sensi Magazine 1/17) In the past year I have eaten more than 1,000 meals, maybe 1,500 depending on how you define a meal. How many of those meals do I remember in detail? Not that many, and I blame neither the sativa nor the indica. It just takes great … Continue reading

Acousticity: It’s almost sunset for Telluride’s Fred Shellman Memorial Stage
Music / Music festivals

Acousticity: It’s almost sunset for Telluride’s Fred Shellman Memorial Stage

Phases and stages: After 42 years of Festivation it’s time for a new stage for Telluride’s Town Park By John Lehndorff (This story will appear in the Festival Guide at the 2015 Telluride Bluegrass Festival with archival photos) Sometime this autumn after the final festival of the year in Telluride, theFred Shellman Memorial Stage in Town … Continue reading

Acousticity:  A blog about the music that matters to me
Music / Music festivals / Reviews - Acoustic music

Acousticity:  A blog about the music that matters to me

By JOHN LEHNDORFF (April 28, 2015) I grew up long ago under the auspices of Pete Seeger and Johann Sebastian Bach. I listened to Cream upstairs while Dad played with his string quartet downstairs. I thought every kid got to go see Leonard Bernstein. My brother Pete wrote funny modern folk songs. My brother Paul … Continue reading