It was at a young age that I realized I was destined to be in radio. I was the kid who shadowed the night jock on my local rock station, and won more than my fair share of tickets to a plethora of concerts. Now, I can't picture myself doing anything else. When I'm not playing my favorite music on the air and rocking the mic, I'm usually at a concert, writing album reviews, creating visual art or playing guitar. So, let's do some rocking together, shall we?
Does this Town Have the Worst Post Office in Colorado?
A Colorado mountain town has been having so many problems with its postal service that it’s considering filing a lawsuit.
25 Reasons People Love Living in Colorado
We love living in Colorado for all kinds of reasons. Here are 25 of the biggest.
Is Colorado’s Monarch Pass Cursed, Creepy or Just Unique?
Some say that Monarch Pass is cursed, but whether or not that’s true, it’s definitely an incredibly unique and often scary drive.
12 Creepy Abandoned Places in Colorado You Should Never Visit
Take virtual tours of 12 creepy abandoned places in Colorado that you should never visit in real life.
Grand Junction Would Sit on a Long Flight with these Artists
According to you, these are the artists you’d choose to sit next to on a long flight.
Burro Racing is an Annual Festivity in One Colorado Town
Have you ever seen a bunch of donkeys running down the street? If you’ve been to Boom Days in Leadville, the answer may be yes.
The Most Iconic Album Covers According to Grand Junction
According to you, these are some of the most iconic album covers of all time.
What’s Next for Colorado Man Accused of Threatening Politician?
A Colorado man is accused of threatening a high-ranking politician, police, and others, which resulted in charges and confiscation of 13 guns.
See Inside a Cave in One of Colorado’s Least Populated Towns
Take a virtual tour of the cave in Fulford, Colorado, a community last known to have only two residents.
What’s It Like to Zip Line Right Next to a Busy Colorado Highway?
Zip lining is a fun sport for adventure seekers, and in Colorado, you can do it right next to a major highway.