The Steamboat Pilot & Today brings you the weekend's top 10 events for Friday, Feb. 17 to Sunday, Feb. 19.
From a historically passionate and uniquely journalistic perspective, Dee Richards, in her 1976 book “Steamboat Round The Bend,” tells the story of how the community of Steamboat Springs was built.
Fans of Routt County’s quiet winter areas will really enjoy this Saturday’s Backcountry Film Festival, which begins at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Chief Theater.
On Saturday, Feb. 18, Kyle Hollingsworth Band plays at Schmiggity’s during its BrewSki Tour 2017.
On Friday, Feb. 17, the Chief Theater hosts “Monumental,” a ski film set in five National Parks, including Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Teton, Glacier and Olympic.
Wish You Were Here is a new 360 video project that we’re embarking on, which will allow our audience, near and far, to immerse themselves in the Steamboat Springs experience.
The Steamboat Pilot & Today brings you the weekend's top 10 events for Friday, Feb. 10 to Sunday, Feb. 12.
Steamboat Springs emerging artist Elaine Darmody is celebrating her first show at the Depot Arts Center.
Overwhelmingly, locals tout the Night Extravaganza, with its parade of “human” lights and fireworks, as the most spectacular part of Winter Carnival — the longest-held winter carnival west of the Mississippi.
Colorado Mountain College students are inviting Winter Carnival fireworks viewers Saturday to also watch a kickoff party for the school’s new ski and snowboard rail mini-park.
As choreographers and dancers prepare for the upcoming Steamboat Dance Theatre's 45th annual Community Dance Concert, they take a moment to reflect on the question, "Why do I dance?"
Health and fitness writer Sarah Coleman professes her love for pizza and shares a healthy version readers can make at home.
A favorite of Moffat County locals for summertime recreation, Elkhead Reservoir is soon to host a new campground nearly double the size of the existing Bears Ears campground.
Early on the evening of March 4, the first quarter moon will perform a prime time occultation of the bright star Aldebaran for folks living in the western U.S.
Tim Borden returns this year with another 48-inch shell, but this one will be packed with more powder and be 50 pounds heavier, weighing about 1,275 pounds.
It was the competitive side of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club that first drew Todd Wilson into its orbit, the “Olympian Hall” side, if you will.
Winter Carnival 2017: Steamboat Springs artist Chula Beauregard picked to design commemorative poster
Steamboat Springs artist Chula Beauregard is no stranger to creating artwork inspired by the annual Winter Carnival.
The snow sculptures caused quite a stir when they were abruptly pulled from the 2016 Winter Carnival lineup after there weren’t enough high school students interested in participating that year.
Winter Carnival 2017: Steamboat Winter Carnival embodies Steamboat's traditions of skiing, ranching and performing arts
Steamboat's holy triumvirate
Carl Howelsen succeeded in implanting the love of winter sports into this community at the cellular level, and today, skiing and local culture are inseparable.
The Winter Carnival Street Event offer spectators a unique blend of thrills, spills and chills that are uniquely Steamboat Springs.