Kelly Silva

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Time for a change

Aussies ready to move on to the next adventure

The four Australian men living in Steamboat Springs for the winter are learning valuable lessons from their time spent here real life is not always a party. "It's hard to live on the money you get paid working on the mountain," Chris Crea said. "For the wages you get paid, the cost of living is high."


Parting is such sweet sorrow

So, this is it. With 58 4-Points, countless Style stories and even a couple of awards under my belt, I feel like I actually accomplished something in my year at the Steamboat Pilot & Today.

Annual pentathlon under way

Eating a big steak or enchiladas the night before the 11th annual Steamboat Pentathlon may not be the smartest thing to do, but the key in a good diet for competition is to eat balanced meals all week.

Teen ready to hit the stage in theater showcase

Austin Forrest may not be able to ask for a cup of coffee in Spanish, but his artistic expression of the Argentine tango landed him a spot in this year's Steamboat Dance Theatre showcase and a trip to the South American country.

Young Marley continues father's mission

He epitomizes the Rasta people of Jamaica: long dreadlocks, a heavy accent, reggae chants and a name that puts him a step above other reggae artists Marley.

Family Drama

What better way to celebrate the Irish holiday weekend than Irish music and an Irish play?

System moves through area

NWS forecasts colder temperatures over next few days

It's typical for Steamboat Springs to see unsettling, frigid temperatures during January and February, but March 1 showed gusty winds, some snow showers and temperatures in the 20s.

Artist captures 'untamed spirits'

Susann Saarel mimicked her father's hobby of photography by surrounding herself with cameras and lenses at a young age. She began looking at the world through a Kodak Instamatic at the age of 7.

Hoffman returns to the Depot

While many birthdays are spent dining at a fine restaurant surrounded by family and friends, Joan Hoffmann's idea of a middle-age celebration included paintbrushes and hiking shoes.

Entertainer hopes to make magic less 'Korny'

Chris Korn can read minds and make coins move without touching them. While he's creating an artistic illusion using props and natural light, he may even crack a joke about your mother.

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