African drum and dance return to Steamboat with a trio of classes Wednesday and Thursday.
Bartenders serve patrons. Patrons have fun, sometimes too much fun. It’s a unique relationship. It’s part friendship and part therapy.
Jamnesty, a benefit for Amnesty International, returns to Old Town Pub on Friday.
Mud season produces different emotions. But just because town is dead doesn't mean there aren't things to do.
The USSA announced on Monday that it would cut its funding for the U.S. Nordic combined team.
Tickets for the 27th annual Strings Music Festival go on sale to the public Wednesday.
The Yampa Valley Singers will perform its annual spring concert on Friday and Saturday.
The Groovetrotters, back by popular demand, play Carl's on Friday and open the Bud Light Concert Series on Sunday.
The Steamboat Ski Area will wrap up another season this weekend, full of events and live music.
The North Routt Chili Cookoff returns on Sunday.
Cello player John Sant'Ambrogio and guitar player Mak Grgic will put on a Duel of the Strings on Friday and Saturday at the Chief Theater.
The Routt County Youth Art Show at the Depot Art Center features more than 350 pieces of art from students in all Routt County schools.
New Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Executive Director Jim Boyne and his family will be featured on an upcoming HGTV show.
The Yampa Valley Autism Program will host an event Wednesday at the Bud Werner Memorial Library.
A fundraiser for the Steamboat Springs Free Summer Concert Series is at 6 p.m. Friday at the Chief Theater.
Mical Hutson and Kim Keith have been named co-directors of the Steamboat Springs Arts Council.
Steamboat Springs native Christopher Finch was named a Churchill Scholar. He'll study ways to bring industrial agriculture and locally and organic grown food closer together.
Community Agriculture Week returns with a focus on connecting people.
The Steamboat Ski Area is hosting a contest, “Share Your Steamboat Story” that will ask people to take stills or a two-minute video on Steamboat’s appeal.
Alex Ketley set out to find what dance means outside the big cities.
Former Steamboat Springs resident Tony Crawford has written his second book titled "Pieces."
The New Orleans Suspects return to Steamboat on Saturday for a show at the Ski Area.
Best-selling author Alan Weisman will give a talk Monday at the Bud Werner Memorial Library about his two books, "The World Without Us" and "Countdown: Our Last, Best Hope for a Future on Earth?"
Resident Drew Stachnik has launched the app Partied, which allows users to upload pictures of currently hopping bar scenes.
The Chief Theater will show "The Summit," a documentary about the 2008 disaster on K2.
The Steamboat Springs Composite Squadron prepares for the Regional Recognition Round of Cyberpatriot on Saturday.
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.
The Fred Garbo Inflatable Theater Co. will play in Steamboat on Friday and Saturday.
Vic Wild, once a SSWSC member, took his newfound country by storm by winning his second Alpine snowboarding gold medal.
Thursday's Nordic combined event took an emotional toll.
The Canadian hockey team again wastoo much for the Americans, skating away with a 1-0 win in the semifinals.
Struggles on the jump hill continued to plague the American Nordic combined team, as six-time Olympian Todd Lodwick said goodbye to the sport.
Billy Demong and Todd Lodwick left the Olympics for the final time on Thursday.
The U.S. Nordic combined team will start the team event 1:52 back.
Steamboat Springs Alpine snowboarder Justin Reiter struggled with the hard snow Wednesday and couldn't make it out of the prelims.
Former Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club member Vic Wild earned his Russian citizenship two years ago. Wednesday he earned a gold medal for the host nation.
Taylor Fletcher paced the Americans on Tuesday in the Individual Large Hill Gundersen event, finishing 20th.
Jarryd Hughes was 17th in Tuesday's snowboard cross event.
The Americans again struggled on the jumping hill Tuesday, making a medal unlikely in the Individual Gundersen Large Hill event.
The United States looks to get back on track Tuesday with the individual Gundersen large hill event.
Billy Demong's life has changed a lot in four years. One thing that hasn't, though, is his iron will to win.
Former Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club member Belle Brockhoff is one of the few openly gay athletes at the Sochi Olympics.
Former Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club member Jarryd Hughes is eyeing a medal in men's snowboard cross.
Former Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club member Belle Brockhoff crashed in the semifinals of the women's snowboard cross event, eventually finishing eighth.
The Olympics are built for the weird, the fun, the unique and the inspiring. In search of all that, reporter Joel Reichenberger and I set out to attend as many events as we possibly could Thursday. We wanted to find the people and sports that make the Olympics what they are.
T.J. Oshie scored on four of his six shootout attempts Saturday in helping the United States beat Russia 3-2 in men's hockey.
A slushy and windy course on Saturday in the women's super G, claimed skier after skier.
The U.S. Ski Jumping team faces an uphill battle in trying to become relevant against the rest of the world.
The American men's Alpine team continued its struggles on Friday, finishing off the podium in the super combined event.