Winging his way across our springtime sky is a delightful little constellation named Corvus, the Crow.
The family-friendly Maker Faire event on Saturday will feature a variety of new ideas and inventions for the community with hands-on learning and demonstrations.
This Saturday marks the Third annual Hayden Cog Ride, which will showcase the history and landscape of Hayden, while benefiting the Hayden Heritage Center.
For their spring concert, the Steamboat Chamber Singers have added new music — rooted in Irish traditions — to their repertoire and plan surprise appearances from locals actors and musicians.
The Steamboat Springs High School students will bring colliding love stories alive this weekend with their newest production, William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
Springtime means grilling season, and this week, Explore Steamboat's food contributor, Tera Johnson-Swartz, brings the perfect recipe for any barbecue occasion.
The National Endowment for the Arts recently approved Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp for funding which will enable the organization's new Perry-Mansfield in the Community initiative to begin next year.
Night owls and early risers might have noticed recently a dazzling orange object shining low in the southern sky in the hours near midnight.
A variety of events are planned Saturday for all ages to celebrate International Migratory Bird Day
The Steamboat Springs Arts Council's 34th annual "Cabaret," themed "The Farce Awakens," will take the stage at the Chief Theater this weekend with shows Friday and Saturday.
So far this year, we’ve seen the guy dressed like a flying mammal fight the man in the long johns and cape, not to mention the regenerating nutcase who should be subject to mattress tag penalties for removal of his mask. Who’d have thought the dude who carries around the red, white and blue circle squaring off with the genius in the crimson and gold metal suit would feel the most natural? Either way, so begins the summer movie season with “Captain America: Civil War.”
Bistro c.v. and Low Country Kitchen owners and staff will head to New York City to cook at the highly selective James Beard House, a culinary honor.
The 13th annual Steamboat Wine Festival will kick off again in August, and tickets are now on sale.
This week, Explore Health and Fitness contributor, Sarah Coleman shares a few of her favorite breakfast recipes for a lazy Sunday morning during mud season.
Steamboat Springs is one step closer in the possibility of becoming a designated Colorado Creative District. Earlier this week the Colorado Creative Industries selected Steamboat Springs as one of the eight finalists in pursuit of the Creative District certification.
If you find yourself scrambling for ideas this Mother's Day, we've got you covered with a few ideas to make this Mother’s Day, one to remember.
Two nationally renown funk bands with top-tier musicians, Turkuaz and The Nth Power will make their way to Steamboat Springs on Sunday for a show at Schmiggity's.
This year marks the Fourth annual Steamboat Springs Student Film Festival, which will be hald at Bud Werner Memorial Library and Colorado Mountain College and feature submissions from high school students across the nation.
The new Rogue West Gallery will feature a new exhibition this month that offers art at affordable prices by internationally recognized artist Tadashi Hayakawa.
Looking back at what was once at 811 Yampa St., Aurum Food and Wine will soon open a new space and throwback items on its menu that pay homage to the old Steamboat Yacht Club.