Birds of a feather flock together, so if you’re planning to see the cartoon “Storks,” you might want to go with the group of friends who have a high tolerance for silliness.
The ninth annual Barn Dance and Community Barbecue benefitting the Steamboat Springs Boys and Girls Club takes place from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1.
Hold onto your handlebars, — and your handlebar mustaches. The 10th annual Mustache Ride is rolling back into town.
If you haven’t ventured out this week, you better jump off the couch now before local chefs pull down their “Restaurant Week” specials.
Steamboat Springs High School drama students will present two more performances of "Noises Off" at 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Here is Sarah Coleman's latest column about "listening like a dog."
Autumn officially arrived Thursday, and with it, come cool, clear fall evenings, perfect for stargazing. The sun is setting well before 7 p.m. now, so stargazing can commence much earlier than during the summer months.
Celebrating the restoration of the Hahn's Peak Lookout
The work wasn’t as romantic as it sounds, and the days when lonely lookouts guarded the timber are all but gone. But the historic buildings remain important cultural markers in the National Forest.
Rain may have dampened the Yampa Farmers Market in July, but organizers hope residents who are still craving fresh, locally grown produce will turn out Sept. 25 for the final market of the summer.
A jet slamming into the middle of a frigid waterway may not have been seen as a best-case scenario before Jan. 15, 2009, but the film “Sully” reminds us that you can’t always anticipate everything that comes at you.
Art-owned Pine Moon Fine Art Gallery on Ninth Street is downtown Steamboat Springs' newest art space.
Students in sixth through 12th grades will have the opportunity to audition for the Chief Theatre's youth holiday production of "Scrooge's Christmas" from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2 in the baggage room of the Depot Arts Center in Steamboat Springs.
Political satirist Will Durst will present his show, "Elect to Laugh, on the stage of the Chief Theater in Steamboat Spring at 7 p.m. Sept. 30.
This year, the season of autumn officially arrives for the northern hemisphere at 7:21 a.m. Thursday, Colorado time. Our season of autumn begins the instant the Sun crosses the equator on its way south.
Bud Werner Memorial Library presents its annual readers festival
Literary Sojourn welcomed six critically acclaimed authors to Steamboat Springs who offered inspirational insights into their creative process to a sold-out crowd of readers.
While you’re watching a movie like “Snowden,” there’s no shortage of reminders that people may well be watching right back. Put electrical tape over your webcam, stick your cell phone in the microwave all you want, Big Brother is watching, so you might as well give him a show.
The Chief Theater’s Steamboat is Magic! Festival, which features four of the magic industry’s hottest performers, takes place Thursday, Sept. 22 through Saturday, Sept. 24 at the local theatre.
Michael Martin Murphey will play his sold-out, solo acoustic show at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21 at the Chief Theater. It’s part of a tour he does twice per year.
Perfect for families and fans alike, The Tap House Sports Bar & Grill offers 21 beers on tap, fresh food, and fun in the heart of downtown.
When I was a knee-high astronomer, one of our favorite constellations was a distinctive pattern of five bright stars that we called “The W.”