Area forecasters are expecting 2 to 6 inches for the ski area by Saturday morning, and then it’s time to break out the sunscreen.
Last year, the Autism Program’s largest annual fundraiser brought in $26,000 through the event's ticket sales as well as silent and live auctions.
Kent Eriksen Cycles won an award for the fifth year in a row for Best Titanium Construction at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show on Saturday in Denver.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney and his oldest daughter, Liz Cheney, were announced Saturday as the keynote speakers for the fifth annual Freedom Conference in August.
Yampa Valley Sustainability Council Executive Director Sarah Jones thinks Steamboat already is well on its way to a sustainable Steamboat, but there’s still a long way to go.
On Feb. 16, 98 percent of Steamboat lodging properties were full, according to the lodging barometer’s sample of local properties.
Laura Karch, executive assistant for Rocky Mountain Youth Corps, said the seventh annual Moonshine Ski & Dine embodies the values of the nonprofit organization.
Of the more than 170 expected exhibitors from countries as far away as Japan and Ghana, the ninth annual event will host repeat appearances from Steamboat bike manufacturers Kent Eriksen Cycles and Moots Cycles.
Last year, Mainstreet Steamboat Springs raised about $13,000 from donors for downtown flower baskets. This year, the group is working to raise only $2,200 because Interim City Manager Deb Hinsvark found a way to partially support the summer program.
There are no minestrone or split pea soups here: You’re more likely to run across a Vermont curried apple soup or a Cajun corn chowder.
Through a history filled with political turmoil, the black Afro-Mauritanians, like the men who moved to Steamboat Springs, have weathered decades of oppression.
Profiles of West African immigrants living and working in Steamboat Springs.
When Adama Dia looks out over the landscape of Northwest Colorado, he’s reminded of a past that’s distant in memory and geography. The cattle and sheep that dot ranch land in the Yampa Valley recall a home almost 6,000 miles away in a village in the West African country of Mauritania, where his job for many years was to watch the village’s wealth of livestock and, in turn, protect his people’s livelihood.
The ski area reported 5 inches of new snow Friday morning, bringing the season total to 228.5 inches, which is one-half inch more than the ski area closed the previous season with April 15, 2012.
Outlaw bluegrass, as Grandpa’s Cough Medicine calls its band's style, means songs about crooked cops, jealous lovers, heists and other sinful subjects.
On Saturday night, a V-Day Steamboat Springs performance of “The Vagina Monologues” will take place in the first finished room of the Chief Plaza Theater's renovation process.
Local aerial videographer Cedar Beauregard, of Steamboat Aerials, captured this video using a remote-controlled device.
While revelers are celebrating on Bourbon Street, Steamboat residents and visitors will be celebrating Mardi Gras this weekend as well during the third year of the annual Ski Mardi Gras celebration.
Typically a painter working in watercolor and acrylic, California–based minimal abstract artist Patsy Krebs has collaborated twice with Steamboat-based printmaker Sue Oehme.
Former Winter Carnival queens return to Steamboat for centennial celebration
The Winter Carnival queen is a tradition that began at the third Winter Carnival, but it was a different affair nearly a century ago.
The Steamboat Springs Arts Council and Bud Werner Memorial Library brought snow drawings back to Steamboat after a similar and successful project last year on Rabbit Ears Pass.
When January came to a close Thursday night, the month ended with a respectable — but still below average — 56.5 inches of snow on the slopes of Mount Werner.
Milo Alfring will be showing his artwork — along with collaborative pieces he created with Garrett Brown and the work of Jonathan McHugh — at Urbane during February. The show opens during First Friday Artwalk on Friday.
Local residents Millie Flanigan and Marnie Smith, mothers of Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club athletes, wanted to organize an activity that involved the entire community to celebrate the 100th Winter Carnival.
Sonja Hinrichsen will make her snow drawings in Routt County for the third year this weekend, and for the second time she is enlisting the help of as many community volunteers as possible.
No stranger to Colorado, MartyParty has played venues like the 4,500-person Fillmore Auditorium in Denver as half of the production duo PANTyRAID.
The theater program is part of the new J-Term instituted this year at Heritage Christian School west of Steamboat.
The band, which just released its second studio album, will be returning to Steamboat Springs for the second time Saturday with a show at The Tugboat Grill & Pub. The concert costs $5 and starts at about 10 p.m.
The program runs the gamut of dance genres, importing belly dance, hip-hop, contemporary, country and jazz styles set to music touching on everything from 1990s rap to indie rock to dubstep.
The 100 inches of snow that fell at Steamboat Ski Area during December made for a powdery holiday season, but it’s also partially to blame for the two weeks of frigid cold air that settled over the Yampa Valley.
The CU Buffoons, a men’s a cappella group from the University of Colorado Boulder, will be performing in Steamboat Springs on Saturday at Colorado Mountain College.
As they rehearsed Wednesday night in a yellow-lit, crowded basement lined with egg crates and tapestries, the seven young men talked between songs about what drew them to Steamboat Springs.
Africa is the kind of place that gets under your skin, and it’s tough to stay away from it once back on U.S. soil.
During Heritage Christian School’s hourlong choir workshop with the New York-based composer and violinist, a 5-year-old played a duet with an 11-year-old on instruments they’d never touched.
It was Jan. 12, 1963, when the Storm Mountain Express double chairlift opened for business. The ski area made $13.75 that day, and the temperature was 25 degrees below zero.
As the cast of 10 students took deep breaths to prepare for their first performance, one of two seniors in the annual play, Ashley Otto, pumped her first and said, “Our motto for this play is, ‘keep going.’”
Although a giant washers tournament might seem a bit out of place at the base of a ski area, it’s a bit of Texas culture infused into Steamboat right along with the music.
Steamboat Dance Theatre, Perry-Mansfield and Bud Werner Memorial Library team up for dance film series
The new dance film series kicks off Thursday with a screening of the documentary "First Position."
The first Steamboat Dancing with the Stars event last year sold out and raised $25,000 for Northwest Rocky Mountain Court-Appointed Special Advocates.
Two incidents this week at Steamboat Ski Area sent an 8- and an 87-year-old to the hospital.
Steez plays its first show in Steamboat on Sunday at Old Town Pub. The free show starts at 10 p.m.
Adam Strong, a 2000 Steamboat Springs High School graduate, will be hanging his first show in Routt County this month at Creekside Cafe & Grill, featuring his classical work in landscapes, portraits and still life.
As Jan. 5 approaches, a huge tent will be erected in Knoll Parking Lot, hotels and condos will fill up and Southern accents will be as common as powder days in December as about 6,000 people arrive for the event.
Isn’t getting away from Ryan Seacrest enough to get you out of the house on New Year’s Eve?
There was no shortage of entertainment in the past year because in Steamboat, we always find a way to play.
A wrong turn on a sunny day last April led New York City photographer Jordan Matter to a Yampa Valley ranch and, more importantly, a mailbox.
Although Tyler Johnson has worked for acts like Fun. and Pink, the country genre was a natural bend in the road.
“We have the chance of seeing some really rare birds that come down from the Arctic Circle,” said Tom Litteral, a member of the Yampa Valley Birding Club and organizer of the fifth annual local bird count.
The documentary follows the story of Rick Finkelstein, who was paralyzed in a skiing accident in 2004 in Aspen and overcame the limitations of his disability by conquering the same mountain once again.
A specially designed cocktail, called the Golden Antler, features Barenjager Honey Bourbon, peach schnapps, orange juice and ginger ale.