Couple keeps spirit of Eagle Plume’s Trading Post alive

Couple keeps spirit of Eagle Plume’s Trading Post alive

Story & Photos by Jeffrey V. Smith ALLENSPARK Eagle Plume’s Indian Trading Post owners Dayton Raben and his wife, Ann Strange Owl, have been working at the popular roadside store so long, they believe they’ve “become part of the building.” The couple have been at the shop long enough for it to feel like forever, … Continue reading

Arts / Culture

Celebrate 141st anniversary of Colorado’s statehood at History Colorado community museums

The Colorado Day celebration includes free admission on August 1 at the History Colorado Community Museums PUEBLO In honor of Colorado’s 141st birthday, History Colorado’s Community Museums  throughout the state will be celebrating Colorado history on August 1st.  Join us for fun hands-on ways to celebrate Colorado’s wild, colorful, historical, traditional and modern culture. On … Continue reading

Big Head Todd & The Monsters perform free concert to celebrate Winter Park, new stage
Arts / Music / Summit County/Grand County

Big Head Todd & The Monsters perform free concert to celebrate Winter Park, new stage

WINTER PARK The Town of Winter Park will be holding a ribbon cutting celebration this Thursday, June 22 to commemorate the spectacular new Hideaway Park Stage located in the heart of downtown Winter Park.  As part of the festivities, Colorado’s own beloved Big Head Todd & The Monsters will play a free concert from 6-8 … Continue reading

Arts / Rocky Mountain N.P.

Trident Winds Woodwind Trio to perform at Beaver Meadows Visitor Center

ESTES PARK Rocky Mountain National Park welcomes Trident Winds Woodwind Trio from the Navy Band Northwest for a special Memorial Day Weekend evening program at 7 p.m., May 27, at the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center. Navy Band Northwest’s Woodwind Trio, “Trident Winds,” performs for official military ceremonies and receptions, as well as public concerts and … Continue reading

COVER: Local mountain museums connect with past
Arts / Cover Story

COVER: Local mountain museums connect with past

FRONT RANGE Learning about history is often seen as dull, boring and without relevance. Not in the mountain towns of Colorado’s Front Range. While the region’s communities have evolved since their founding, many still display obvious evidence of, and strong connections to, their past identities—which around here is either hard rock mining or tourism. To … Continue reading

Denver/Boulder / Film

32nd annual Chautauqua Silent Film Series announced

Chaplin, Lloyd, Keaton, Fairbanks and classic tales shown during weekly series BOULDER Colorado Chautauqua Association, the steward of the Colorado Chautauqua National Historic Landmark, invites audiences to step back in time and enjoy an only-at-Chautauqua experience from a bygone era during its 32nd annual Silent Film Series. Classic and beloved stories and silver screen stars … Continue reading