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You Heart What You Eat: Kale Me!

This week, Explore's foodie expert shares a recipe on spicing up kale for salads and entrees.

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Local farm uses unique practices in growing

This week arts and entertainment reporter Audrey Dwyer tours Elkstone Farm to learn about their unique methods of producing agriculture.

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Second annual Steamboat Home and Garden Expo to take place Saturday

Featuring local home and garden vendors, the Steamboat Living Home and Garden Expo will take place this Saturday at the Steamboat Springs Community Center.

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Sarah Coleman: The other side of healthy

This month, heath and fitness contributor Sarah Coleman challenges readers to live a healthier lifestyle.

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You Heart What You Eat: Sloppy Mo' Joes

In this week's "You Heart What You Eat" post Tera Johnson-Swartz gets back to her midwestern roots and shares her Sloppy Mo Joes recipe.

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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.

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.

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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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.

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Brand Stand: Routt County ranchers leave the last marks of Western range days

It’s May and local cattle rancher Larry Monger is sitting on the ground with his boot planted behind the hind leg of a calf at his cattle ranch along the lower Elk River. Hands wrapped around other the forefoot, he pulls back to keep the calf still. His partner, son-in-law Justin Warren, kneels on the animal’s neck, bending the elbow of its front leg. An audible hiss and the smell of sizzling hair and hide permeates the air. The calf has officially entered the world of the marked, a T overlapping an H for all to see. Welcome to branding season in Steamboat Springs...

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Cabin turned Craftsman: Novel home arises from abode of famous novelist

The iconic, two-story Craftsman-style home that Susan Handloff and Bert Halberstadt built at 173 Maple Avenue downtown rose from humble beginnings. At its heart is a simple log cabin, one of three constructed by Steamboat’s most famous author, John Rolfe Burroughs, upon his return to Steamboat in 1945 after spending four years in a Japanese prisoner of war camp during World War II.

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Meet Steamboat’s Master Gardeners: Mary Kaye Schoeneman

Sure, a lot of us have gardens. But few among us have sprouted with the pastime like Jack’s proverbial beanstalk, taking the activity to new levels. These are our local Colorado Master Gardeners, a registered service mark of Colorado State University Extension office.

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Meet Steamboat’s Master Gardeners: Britni Johnson

Sure, a lot of us have gardens. But few among us have sprouted with the pastime like Jack’s proverbial beanstalk, taking the activity to new levels. These are our local Colorado Master Gardeners, a registered service mark of Colorado State University Extension office.

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10 tips for selling your home

Getting your house or condo ready to put on the market can be daunting, but not if you put together a game plan and stick to a checklist. In today’s competitive market, you can never replace someone’s first impression so set your property above the others with these tips.

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Veggie Primer: Growing Tips

Want to grow your own vegetables? Here are some pointers from the CSU Extension Office’s Todd Hagenbuch.

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