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We’re thrilled that you keep returning to these pages, for now more than two years after the folding of Inside/Outside. Thousands of visitors per month continue to visit these pages, which begs the question, do you miss us? If you would like to see a resurrection of Inside/Outside or, rather, the creation of a similar publication with either online or print coverage, or both, of the outdoors, recreation and culture of our region, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and give us your thoughts. We want to hear from you because, who knows, the time might be right for us together to create a plan for the best, most comprehensive media resource ever to cover the outdoors in our region — and perhaps beyond.
We look forward to hearing from you. Let’s rally!
by John Nizalowski
During the past three decades, independent literary magazines have become a haven for the stylistic excellence and regional expression that most commercial presses have dropped. Colorado based Pilgrimage Magazine is an excellent example of this trend. Since 1972,Found in: | Inside | Books |
by Colleen Miniuk-Sperry
Found in: | Inside | Politics | Outside | Canyoneering | Climbing | Rock Climbing | Hiking | by Kennan Harvey
Found in: | Outside | Photography | Gallery | by Brandon Mathis
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Updated 8/20/2010San Juan Almanac blog by Ken Wright
Well, it's looking like a movie version of The Monkey Wrench
Gang isn't going appear anytime soon -- even though Ed Abbey's eminently popular modern-Western classic has
been on retainer somewhere in Hollywood ever since shortly after it first appeared some 35 years ago.