Steamboat Springs painter Gregory Block has been selected as one of eight to be featured in an upcoming documentary about Colorado artists.
When the local adaption of “Cannibal! The Musical” premiers at the Chief Theater in Steamboat Springs Friday night, the audience will travel back in time twice:
Barbells for Boobs is about getting in a fun workout while raising money that goes to early detection of breast cancer.
The autumn sky is dominated by several giant constellations that eat up a lot of territory, but tucked in between these sky-hogs are a few tiny constellations that are a snap to locate precisely because they are so compact.
Bartenders and chefs will be a big part of the entertainment at Phil Armstrong's newest restaurant in downtown Steamboat Springs.
Whether it’s helping people on the slopes or painting their house, local Kyle Lawton is the man. Those were the accolades heaped on him this year, tying for first with John “Pink” Floyd for Best Ski Patrol and taking the top rung of the ladder as Best Painter.
For owner Betty Dickey, opening the Bargain Barn thrift store was a no-brainer. “I had bought so much stuff at different thrift stores over the years that I had to sell it all,” says Dickey, who opened her store five years ago on Acre Lane and moved to its current location at 2432 Lincoln Ave. in 2014.
When it comes to mustaches, mountain towns are pretty accepting. Steamboat is no exception, with a whopping 65 write-ins coming in the Best of the Boat category for upper lip facial follicles. In the end, with a drooping Fu Manchu that hangs an inch or two below his chin, Rob Peterson of Big Agnes won the category handlebars down...
It’s a daunting title in a ski town, but one from which Jacob Custer isn’t shying away. “For a 28-year-old, I pretty much have my act together and am probably more mature than most people my age,” says Custer of the surprising accolades. “I’m independent, hard-working and a caring, good guy. The only thing I’m not good at is talking about myself.”
Steamboat Springs yoga instructor Ally Johnson won Best of the Boat honors for Best Yoga Instructor.
Meg Palumbo was selected as Best of the Boat's Most Eligible Bachelorette.
Brooke Engeseth was selected as Best of the Boat's Best Hairstylist.
Local radio station 100.5 The River landed the Best of the Boat title for Best Radio Station.
Beau Jo's Mountain Bistro are first-time winners of the Best of the Boat's Best Pizza category.
Some feathers have been ruffled in the Best Wings category, folks. Unseating five-time, finger-lickin’ chicken champion The Tap House Sports Bar & Grill from a half-decade of sitting on the wing throne is this year’s wing champ Aurum Food & Wine, at 811 Yampa St. on the Yampa River.
While Johnny Spillane took home three silver medals from Vancouver’s 2010 Olympics in Nordic combined, he now has another piece of hardware to add to his list: town’s Best Fishing Guide.
It went from celebrating big dumps to birthday candles. That’s the story behind town’s Best Party Thrown by a Local, which goes to an annual rager hosted by seven-year local Nick Anderson.
Like big dumps? Work at Big Agnes. That’s the result of our Best Powder Clause category, with the local tent and sleeping bag company, as well as sister company Honey Stinger, taking the podium when it comes to shralping powder.
If he’s not serving you award-winning cuisine at Cafe Diva, where he’s earned town’s Best Server award for six straight years, you can bet you’ll find longtime local Daryl Newcomb on the slopes — which is why he also won this year’s coveted Best Ski Bum title
With a form of transport as antiquated as a train, timing is everything to keep it moving the way it should. But, with the movie “The Girl on the Train,” the people at the controls speed along so much, we’re destined to have a crash.