Author Bonnie Nadzam, who called Steamboat Springs home for two years after college from 1999 to 2001, wrote “Lions” while living in Fort Collins, and she said the fictional town, which emerged as another character in the novel, is a “mash-up” of different places around the state.
A new version of a movie that’s been beloved for more than 30 years is rarely going to come along without people holding on to the memory of the original. In the case of “Ghostbusters,” referring to the update as being haunted by its predecessor seems most appropriate.
Charlotte and Portia's spirits live on
Longtime Perry-Mansfield drama teacher senses the presence of "the Ladies" in vintage log cabins
Steamboat Pilot & Today Editor Lisa Schlichtman offers her top arts and entertainment picks for the upcoming weekend.
Steamboat native, Nate Lotz, has found success in Los Angeles as a drummer for many big names.
Katie West, a Steamboat native, returns home after studying comedy in New York to perform at the Chief Theater Friday, July 22.
The Strings Kitchen & Garden tour will feature seven homes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 23.
If you have plans to catch Sunday’s Strings Music Festival concert with the rambunctious C Street Brass quintet, be prepared for a little different environment — one that welcomes fidgeting, exploring and even singing out loud.
Summertime dining doesn’t get any better than Saddles at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort.
Trop rockers Mark Mulligan and Sunny Jim White will perform at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 20 at the Chief Theater in Steamboat Springs.
The use of the phrase “dog days” can be traced back over 2,000 years to the early Greek civilization.
Co-owners Dan Black and Laura Fisher opened The Mountain Comfort Food and Spirits on Friday, July 8.
He helped picked the city's new police chief and he helped build the new academic center at Colorado Mountain College. And those are just two of the many big things Charlie MacArthur has done in the community in recent years.
After traveling the country for five years, living in no place longer than six months, Ashlee Anderson was looking for a community where she could put down roots. She found that perfect place when she traveled to Steamboat in 2012...
In her role as a civil engineer with the Natural Resources Conservation Service in Routt County, Chayla Rowley, 27, enjoys the job’s variety. After earning her engineering degree from the University of Colorado, she moved to Steamboat three years ago, where she quickly found a strong interest in Steamboat’s young people through a church congregation.
After growing up in Casper, Wyo., and graduating from Laramie’s University of Wyoming with an accounting degree, Cole Hewitt, 31, let the Wyoming winds fill his sails and carry him to Steamboat Springs in 2011.
Erin Walker, has a work ethic inspired by her lifelong passion: music. “I think music just drives you,” Walker says. Combining her love for the arts and career, the Cincinnati, Ohio, native is known for her three-year role as the development director for Strings on the Mountain.
Thoughtful, caring, selfless, even Wonder Woman— those are all words rising like cream to the top of the nomination forms in describing Gillian Morris. The co-owner and vice-president of Talon Grips, Morris also gives of herself wherever she can, most notably as a three-year board member of the Steamboat Springs Rotary Club.
Since moving to Steamboat in 2008, Helen Beall has worked tirelessly to contribute the community. The former Mars Hill University soccer player now coaches soccer in Steamboat. She also serves on the boards of Yampa Valley Gives and the Steamboat Soccer Club, is former director of the Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament, and is a proud member of the 2015 Leadership Steamboat class.
When Jason Peasley first considered leaving a secure job with the Steamboat Springs Planning Department to head up the nonprofit Yampa Valley Housing Authority (YVHA), the mix of emotions he experienced reminded him of one of the greatest outdoor adventures of his young, 33-year-old life – rowing the thundering rapids of the Grand Canyon.