The soulful, visual blend of electro-rock, funk, reggae and jazz band, Brothers Gow is back in Steamboat Springs on Saturday to headline the Old Town Pub.
Looking at the denizens of a typical zoo may fill the average person with either wonder or outrage, depending on their stance on animals behind bars. Yet, you can’t help but respect such a structure when it’s used for a noble purpose like that in “The Zookeeper’s Wife.”
Add an A-list star with a cute kid and multiply it byaudiences’ alleged appreciation for features about education, and you’d think that would equal success. But, you don’t have to be the brilliant mind of “Gifted” to know the math isn’t quite that simple.
Not sure which shows to attend from the 2017 Strings Music Festival lineup? The Steamboat Today brings music enthusiasts a few acts to be on the lookout for this season.
A year ago, Steamboat Springs folksy soul musician Tera Johnson found herself in the midst of an surge of songwriting, finishing more than a dozen songs in a couple weeks. The Berklee College of Music-trained singer-songwriter had been on sabbatical from the studio for a decade, raising a family.
In a series that knows no limits, logic dictates that land, air and sea be conquered as the world proves too small when you live your life one quarter-mile at a time. And, if you’re familiar with what led up to “The Fate of the Furious,” you know there’s no doing things halfhearted.
The small fundraisers managed to help bring in guest artists once a month and funded sketchbooks for classes, but parents are going for broke with their first big fundraiser — the Inaugural Spring Soiree, being held at the Hayden Granary on Friday night with live music, dancing and gourmet food from “Making it With Mark.”
In the weekend leading up to Steamboat Ski Resort’s closing on April 16, there’s plenty to do to celebrate another ski season.
In its 11th year, the Easter “Eggstravaganza,” which is sponsored by Steamboat Christian Center, will feature a 20,000-egg egg drop, food trucks and more on Saturday at the Steamboat Middle School football field.
With massive holographic advertisements, mechanical geishas and other embodiments of artifice prominent in the Asian metropolis of “Ghost in the Shell,” you’d think that’d be the biggest example of fakery. But, the inauthenticity goes even deeper, dear viewers.
With a cartoon called “The Boss Baby,” you can’t be too surprised with less-than-brilliant dialogue, but don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater just because the protagonist rattles off the phrase “Fart-poop-doody!” as a curse word.
The work of young Routt County artists will once again be on display at the Steamboat Springs Art Depot beginning April 7.
There’s no shortage of films depicting mankind’s initial encounter with extraterrestrials, but it’s getting a little difficult to get excited for all of them. And so, we see the first time — again — in “Life.”
The start of New Orleans-based, funk-rock-blues group Flow Tribe shares a storyline with countless other bands: a few high school seniors get together, play some local gigs, lose some members, gain some members, and then, come graduation, go their separate ways in the world.
Tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme… You’ve known the story and its title tune for years, but that doesn’t make the new “Beauty and the Beast” any less magical.