—Image couresty of Jerrye and Roy Klotz MD, via Wikimedia Commons
In most bars, a face on the floor does not usually make the best impression. But in Central City, there is a barroom where one such face is not only tolerated—it’s celebrated. It's a portrait of a beautiful, chestnut-haired woman painted on the floorboards of the town’s historic Teller House...
March 31 2015, 12:30 PM
Beet farmers (image courtesy of Aurora Fox Arts Center)
Have the work to do. Have the equipment to do it with. Have the work laid out. Don't have the prisoner waiting on you.
You should not fraternize with Prisoners of War.
Keep your mouth shut.
Don't ever believe a Prisoner of War likes you. He doesn't.
These are real "Instructions For...
January 15 2015, 2:00 PM
Why we like it: This gentle hike wanders through serene forests and fertile meadows on a picturesque ranch once used for silver mining, Arabian horse breeding, and music recording.
When to go: In autumn, for the golden aspen; in winter, for peaceful snowshoeing or cross-country skiing...
October 7 2014, 10:15 AM
Place: UncompahgreUsage: Wilderness area in southwestern Colorado Namesake: River, valley, fourteener, and plateau; Ute meanings include “warm flowing water,” “where water makes rock red,” and “red soil” Pronunciation: un-com-pah-grey Expert: “Local folks learn it pretty quickly and grow...
January 27 2014, 8:30 AM
November 19 2013, 2:43 PM
1. Colorado once had an official state liar. True
It’s no fib: During the Great Depression, Governor Edwin C. Johnson worried about the state’s morale so much that he sponsored a laugh-inducing contest to find the best, most shameless liar in the state. One Phil McCarty—an employee at...