It's almost time for Super Bowl XLIX, whether you will be watching it this year or not, here are a few tips for a Sunday Funday.
Hope is dying that January 2015 will be spared the reputation of being the driest January in the history of the Steamboat Ski Area, with records going back to 1979.
Local Cupcake Mini Bar owner, Cassie Piper receives award for her work in planning and styling numerous wedding cakes and decadent treats.
You see them all around town — people are out with their dogs, running, biking and visiting with friends. Your heart aches. You can’t take your dog out because he barks and lunges at other dogs and might start a fight. He’s your dog and you wish he was like those other dogs that get along. You can’t just give him up.
The Ben Miller Band combines a contagious bluegrass energy and soul of the delta blues to create what band members called, "Ozark Stomp," with a wide variety of instruments.
With January as National Mentoring Month, Explore contributor, Greg Johnson says a big thank you to an individual who taught, inspired, and challenged Johnson to be the person he is today.
Known as Acoustic Eidolon, this acoustic duo will be the featured act for the Chief Theater's singer-songwriter series tonight starting at 7 p.m.
Valerie McCarthy and Brian Savoie are introducing a new spa treatment to Steamboat Springs that involves getting into a futuristic looking flotation tank filled with 10 inches of water and more than 800 pounds of Epsom salts.
Upon first glance, Straightline Sports may not seem like a place to find comfortable, casual everyday wear. However, fashion contributor, Kelsey Martin discovered some great pieces at the store.
This winter we’ve been lucky enough to have a lot of visitors. Having visitors reminds us of all the Italian things we take for granted now and don’t think twice about.
Steamboat's own rendition of "Dancing with the Stars" will take place for the fourth year in a row Friday at the Strings Music Pavilion.
Good to be the Chief: From the ’20s to the 21st century, this landmark venue unites the community with entertainment
Built for the community, the historic Chief Theater stands as a connecting thread for downtown Steamboat Springs, anchoring the 800 block of Lincoln Avenue.
That we won the Revolutionary War is a matter that will forever, I suppose, intrigue historians, war strategists and American citizens. By all rights, the British should have made short work of us. Why they didn’t is the subject of Kilmeade and Yaeger’s "George Washington’s Secret Six."
In 1889, Austrian immigrant John Summer moved his large family from Empire, Colorado, to homestead in the small town of Sidney, 8 miles south of Steamboat Springs. At that time, the town of Sidney consisted of a saloon, a post office and a few cabins.
This weekend, a local acoustic duo will be the featured entertainment in the Butcherknife Brewery Tap Room.
Winnie the Pooh had his honey, but the star of “Paddington” is addicted to a different substance in his cinematic escapades. Even so, the bear of very little brains isn’t the only one who can give us a sweet story.
Friday will be a night of jazz at the Chief Theater. Welcoming Colorado singers Carol Frazier and Brian Hull with a group talented musicians Frazier calls the 'Jazz Cats.'
I’m so glad that dog owners are thinking about the importance of socializing their new puppy or adult dog. Here’s some specific information about socialization.
On Saturday, the blue rock group known as the Michael Hornbuckle Band will be in Steamboat for a show at Schmiggity's with a new repertoire of songs.
It won't be a trip to the International Space Station, but it will be as close to one as you can get right now here on Earth.