For years, Tribbles, Klingons and the Prime Directive were terms that appealed to only a select few. Some may be against the change in what’s cool, but “Star Trek Into Darkness” keeps the quest going to make these things universal.
You don’t have to be from the Lone Star State to appreciate the music in store for Steamboat when the Wheeler Brothers and Suzanna Choffel, both originally from Austin, perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Chief Theater.
The latest installment of area favorite Steamboat Stomp will take place outside city limits Friday, with the action going down at Clark’s Glen Eden Resort.
This weekend will be a prime opportunity to catch live music, with numerous locations across town offering up tunes Friday and Saturday nights.
Bird Day will overtake Little Toots Park on Sunday, when kids and their parents can jump into arts and crafts projects or get involved in the bird Olympics.
For the aspiring filmmakers of Steamboat Springs High School, the greatest reward was seeing their hard work come to life Saturday night at the first Steamboat Springs Student Film Festival.
Taking the stage Sunday will be three Routt County musical acts: guitarist and singer Guerin Lewis, ’80s tribute band All About Me and folk rock group House with a Yard.
The many scenes that come to Vero Khan’s mind find their way to a formerly blank surface via her paintbrush. This weekend will be the first time the local artist will get the chance to bring her work to a wider audience.
As much as Hollywood may deny it, some works of literature just can’t function on the silver screen. No matter how much glitter and glitz you throw into the mix, “The Great Gatsby” just doesn’t shine the way it should.
The last band to be announced will be the first to get Steamboat residents ready for a rocking season: New Orleans quintet Dumpstaphunk will return to Northwest Colorado for a June 28 engagement at Howelsen Hill.