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Steamboat Symphony Orchestra music director Ernest Richardson and co-director of Strings in the Mountains and renowned violinist Monique Mead discussed the significance of a new collaboration between the organizations and the upcoming Tchaikovsky Spectacular Concert taking place at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Strings Music Pavilion.
Artist Sheri Johnson Worth will show her art, inspired by the Grand Canyon, at the First Friday Artwalk.
"Side-by-Side: A Father’s Legacy” will showcase the artwork of Hal Rice and his daughter Rebecca Hilley.
A trying experience like air travel is not meant for the impatient. The people who can’t help but tear into a bag of peanuts seconds after finding their seats are exactly the crowd the makers of “Non-Stop” had in mind as their audience, but it may be the folks with the greater attention span who will enjoy it more.
The Fred Garbo Inflatable Theater Co. will play in Steamboat on Friday and Saturday.
As a way of connecting all of us to agriculture, Community Agriculture Alliance is coordinating several events and activities during National Ag Week. From March 23 to 29, National Ag Week is a time to recognize and celebrate the importance of agriculture around the theme, "Naked and Hungry."
Of the 12 constellations of the zodiac, which mark the sun’s annual path through our sky, Cancer the Crab is the faintest and most challenging to locate. By the first week of March, the Crab has climbed high up in our eastern sky, tucked in between the more prominent constellations of Gemini the Twins to the west and Leo the Lion to the east.
Colorado Mountain College is offering a new ski and snowboard business certification program that in the coming months and semester will grow drastically in size.
The time is nigh for the red carpet crowd as the 86th annual Academy Awards approaches, promising a night of glitz and glamour for folks in love with a little golden man named Oscar.
I’ve always been intrigued by the assertion, “The more things change, the more things stay the same.” Attributed to the 19th century French author Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr, I had to write an essay proving or disproving this idea when I was about 17 years old for one of those standardized tests like the SAT that kids take prior to college. I’m sure what I wrote back then is not worth remembering, but now that I’m much older and theoretically a little wiser, I’d like to ponder this premise again and relate it to historic preservation.
Steamboat Springs High School’s production of “A Chorus Line” opens Thursday night. The 1975 Broadway hit will also be performed Feb. 28 and March 1 at the high school.
Canis Major has its flashy alpha star, Sirius, outshining all of the other stars in the area, even Canis Minor’s very bright star Procyon. So, I’m dedicating this Celestial News to all the “little dogs” out there, and Canis Minor in particular.
January is the month in which health clubs across the country see a big spike in new members, many of whom are embarking on a New Year's resolution to get fit. February is the time a sizable number of these people start trailing off.
The Sunshine Kids program is in Steamboat this week, and one snowboarder is riding through a 2011 leg amputation with Paralympic aspirations.