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You Heart What You Eat: Chocolate Chip Cookie Goodness

The perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe is always hard to find but Explore's foodie, Tera Johnson-Swartz has a tried and true recipe that has a healthy twist.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Woman in Gold’ a solid story tarnished by awkward approach

There are plenty of pieces of history from the last century that need to be told, whether in books, film or other media. And, as important a chapter of the years past the events of “Woman in Gold” may be, its presentation still leaves something to be desired.

Film screening celebrates modern architecture

This weekend the independent documentary film, "Coast Modern" will have a screening at the Chief Theater to celebrate National Architecture and Landscape Architecture month.

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Archie traveling display shows collection of memorabilia

Since the 1980s, co-CEO of Archie Comics, Nancy Silberkleit has collected Archie memorabilia and shares the extensive collection with libraries across the nation. The display will be in Steamboat until Saturday.

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Katie Carroll: Music on the front range

Now that it's Spring Break in Steamboat, music contributor Katie Carroll advises readers to get out of town and experience a different kind of show this weekend.

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Award-winning author to visit Steamboat Springs

Stop is part of T.C. Boyle’s tour celebrating 25th novel, ‘The Harder They Come’

Acclaimed New York Times bestselling author, T.C. Boyle will be in Steamboat Springs as part of a tour for his 25th novel, "The Harder They Come."

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Jimmy Westlake: See Bootes — the heavenly cowboy

Locating Bootes and its bright star Arcturus is a snap. Just face the northeastern sky in the early evening and use the handle of the nearby Big Dipper as a pointer — follow the arc of the curved handle to find Arcturus.

The Record for Saturday, April 18

1:11 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of an alarm at a residence in the 1900 block of Indian Summer Drive, but the alarm was disregarded before the officers got there.

Tickets on sale for 12th annual Steamboat Wine Festival

For the 12th year in a row the Steamboat Wine Festival will host renowned wineries and foodies from across the country.

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Impact 100 awards local nonprofits

Now in its ninth season the local philanthropy program known as Impact 100 awards four nonprofits.

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The Sage Grouse strut: a lesson in love

Magazines editor and columnist Eugene Buchanan writes about his experience at one of Conservation Colorado's sage grouse viewing trips.

Strings Music Festival enters its 28th season

The Strings Music Festival's 28 season will incorporate new performances and events from big name acts to new principal players.

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Former local has first major debut in Noah Baumbach's recent film "While We're Young"

In the recently released comedy, "While We're Young," starring Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Amanda Seyfried and Adam Driver, former Steamboat Springs local Ryan Serhant makes his film debut.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Furious 7’ fully loaded with action, drama alike

Somehow, they made it a heptalogy, all without ever once using a word on screen with that many syllables. Somehow, it became The Most Important Movie in the World. And, somehow, “Furious 7” is entirely enjoyable.

You Heart What You Eat: Spaghetti & Sweet Sauce

Offering healthy alternatives and recipes, Tera Johnson-Swartz is the newest Explore contributor and will be featured in the weekly blog series, “You Heart What You Eat.” This week, she features a savory-sweet spaghetti dish.

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Locally produced film premieres Monday

The local sci-fi production, "9:10 - 4:45,” premieres Monday at the Chief Theater and features an unlikely cast of characters and a quirky, yet humorous, story line.

Dog's Eye View: Reaching critical mass

Leaving dog poop on the ground is not recycling. It’s a pollutant, and it’s damaging our environment.

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Katie Carroll: Red Rocks opening weekend

The famous Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado is a place all music lovers attempt to travel to. This weekend, it will open with the Bisco Inferno, Disco Biscuits, SOJA, NAS with DJ Westafa and J Boog.

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Sarah Coleman: Travel Workouts

This week health and fitness contributor, Sarah Coleman gives readers tips on staying fit even on vacation.

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Five minutes with...Strings Music Festival Director Michael Sachs

Last fall, the music director baton for the Strings Music Festival was passed to Michael Sachs, a 26-year principal trumpet for the Cleveland Orchestra. Educated at Julliard and recognized internationally as a leading soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, teacher and author, Sachs’ line-up kicks off with some of his favorite players. Here’s his take on Steamboat and his new role.