Magazines editor and columnist Eugene Buchanan writes about his experience at one of Conservation Colorado's sage grouse viewing trips.
The Strings Music Festival's 28 season will incorporate new performances and events from big name acts to new principal players.
My name is Andrea Sponseller, and I'm the new Steamboat South District wildlife manager, a position recently held by Danielle Domson.
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.
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.
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.
Due to the early spring, the snow has melted and the bulbs are blooming at the Yampa River Botanic Park which opened on Tuesday.
Signs point to another active spring for grasshoppers.
This year, on Tuesday night, April 21 into Wednesday morning, April 22, the Earth will pass through the Lyrid dust swarm, creating 20 or more beautiful falling stars per hour.
Looking up and down the dusty streets of Steamboat Springs 23 years ago, local artist Wendy Kowynia witnessed a different kind of scenery than she sees today.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame will induct 10 key figures into the hall of fame in a ceremony tonight at the Steamboat Grand.
When should shrubs be pruned? Certain ones can be done right now before they leaf out; others should wait until after they finish flowering.
Sunday will mark the 51st anniversary of Buddy Werner’s death in a 1964 avalanche in Switzerland, but on Thursday, when his friends, family members and teammates spoke about the legendary Steamboat Springs ski racer, they didn’t focus on that black day of death, but the 28 years of life that preceded it.
The shrubs and trees along rivers and streams play a vital role in the web of life in wetlands, which provide habitat during the year to 75 percent of plant and animal species in the state, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Wrapping up this year's ski season, two concerts featuring nationally recognized acts will be in Steamboat to celebrate.