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Steamboat Springs shop Ohana opens 2nd location in Breckenridge

By Taylor Sienkiewicz | Tuesday, January 26, 2021
◁ Ohana, a mountain apparel and home goods store that originally opened in Steamboat Springs, has opened a second location in Breckenridge.Photo from Ohana Emily and Luke Dudley have opened Ohana, a shop that specializes in hand-printed apparel and home goods, in Breckenridge. After opening the original location five... Read More

Portfolio Gallery in Breckenridge features Salida artist’s backcountry paintings

By Steven Josephson | Saturday, January 23, 2021
◁ Leslie Jorgensen often starts her paintings with blocks of color before adding in details to her work, like "Comin' in Hot." Her show "Snow Dance" will be at Portfolio Gallery in Breckenridge through March 13.Photo from Leslie Jorgensen Portfolio Gallery co-owners Carol and Alan Kelly found out about... Read More

Make Frisco brings illuminated ice sculptures to Frisco Historic Park

By Steven Josephson | Friday, January 22, 2021
◁ An ice sculpture is illuminated as part of the Make Frisco arts collective’s “Winter Light” exhibit at Frisco Historic Park & Museum on Tuesday, Jan 19. The installation will be on display through Jan. 31.Photo by Jason Connolly / Jason Connolly Photography About a year ago, the Make Frisco arts collective had... Read More

Preliminary site plan approved for Fourth Street North, an extension of Fourth Street Crossing

By Taylor Sienkiewicz | Thursday, January 21, 2021
A rendering shows an aerial view of the central plaza proposed as part of the Fourth Street North development.Rendering from Milender White presentation to Silverthorne Town Council A preliminary site plan for Fourth Street North, an extension of Silverthorne’s Fourth Street Crossing development, was approved... Read More

National Repertory Orchestra hires new music director

By Steven Josephson | Saturday, January 16, 2021
After 42 years as the conductor of the National Repertory Orchestra, Carl Topilow has stepped down. He will continue to work with the orchestra as a music adviser.Photo by Susan Bestul / National Repertory Orchestra When you’ve been on the job for over 40 years, finding your replacement isn’t taken lightly. Music... Read More

10 Mile Music Hall launches event business in effort to stay afloat

By Libby Stanford | Friday, January 15, 2021
Holly Erlichman gives a tour of 10 Mile Music Hall on Sunday, Jan. 10, to a couple considering the venue for their wedding.Photo by Libby Stanford / Few businesses have been more negatively impacted by the pandemic than those in the entertainment industry. In Summit County,... Read More