Grand Futures is hosting an exciting alternative event on April 20 for teens on a day known for high marijuana consumption. The event, Too Fly to Get High, will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. April 20 at Ghost Ranch, located at 56 Seventh St. in Steamboat Springs.
When it comes to stress, there’s one thing everyone has in common: We all experience it.
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.
Why did you sit next to me?
The solar system’s largest planet, Jupiter, reaches its closest point to Earth this month and will dominate our evening sky through the coming spring and summer months.
Recipe book helps change game
It is estimated that, during the next 35 years, the planet’s population will grow to more than 9 billion people. This will add 2 billion people to our existing populace, and global food production will need to increase by 70 percent.
Longtime Steamboat residents in their 70s and 80s who have really good memories might recall the time future president Ronald Reagan played the Chief Theater in downtown Steamboat Springs.
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.”
Tight muscles? Some physical therapists have a new tool to address the issue: dry needling.
We know that our youth are at-risk for alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, or ATOD, including prescription misuse and abuse. Of particular concern is early initiation and potential dependency during critical developmental years, especially the impact on the developing brain.
Many of our callers during the past few weeks have asked why Congress has used the Congressional Review Act so many times this year.
When I drive tourists around Steamboat Springs in a shuttle bus every weekend, the passengers usually have a lot of questions about our fair city.
The toolbox analogy has often been used in dog training, because, as trainers, we have a toolbox.
New books explore political issues.