TIO L.A.: J.M.W. Turner at Getty Center

Posted on: April 12th, 2015 by Susan Viebrock

It must be a sign of the times. Boomers all over the world in the fall and winter of their lives seek reassurance: it’s not over ’til it’s over, right? […]

The Fruita Fat Bike Festival

Posted on: April 13th, 2014 by Susan Viebrock

Looking for something to do this off-season?  Throw the bikes on the car, grab your compass and get ready for some great outdoor fun. Nestled in western Colorado’s alluring high […]

John Brown’s Body to Play at Mountain Town Get Down

Posted on: March 24th, 2014 by Susan Viebrock

“Some folks say they’ve seen the future of reggae and its name is John Brown’s Body,” Tallahassee Democrat. Here’s a head scratcher: What could a famous, long-dead abolitionist possibly have […]

6 Books Every Dog Owner Should Read

Posted on: November 17th, 2013 by Susan Viebrock

Here’s a great article that appeared in Mother Nature Network by Jaymi Heimbuch about several must-read books for anyone who has ever wondered how a dog’s brain works; or more […]

History Colorado Opens 7,000-square-foot Exhibition “Living West”

Posted on: November 17th, 2013 by Susan Viebrock

Here’s an interesting article by Colleen O’Conner about the ambitious new exhibit that opens on November 23rd at the History Colorado Center in Denver and is divided into three sections; “Mesa […]

TIO Thailand: North for Three Days

Posted on: November 10th, 2013 by Susan Viebrock

Chiang Dao: Sometimes it’s not about turning caca into chocolate. Sometimes the caca is the chocolate – or in this case, the paper. Elephants consume, on average, 500 pounds of […]

New You In Ten Years: Biotech Leads The Way

Posted on: October 28th, 2013 by Susan Viebrock

Here’s an interesting take on the future of biotech by Dick Pelletier, that appeared in the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, New you in ten years: biotech leads the […]

Trail Running Around Lake City, Colorado

Posted on: October 28th, 2013 by Susan Viebrock

Trail Runner Resse Ruland the co-race director for The Telluride Mountain Run explores the various trail running routes in this iRunFar.com post, Trail Running Around Lake City, Colorado: You see, I thought […]

Riga, Warsaw and Bucharest: The New Frontiers of Fashion

Posted on: October 27th, 2013 by Susan Viebrock

Here’s an interesting take on on Fashion from Alison Taylor that appeared in Telegraph:  Riga, Warsaw and Bucharest: The New Frontiers of Fashion: Move over Brooklyn, make way for Bucharest […]

Blues & Brews: Sunday closer, Melissa Etheridge

Posted on: September 8th, 2013 by Susan Viebrock 1 Comment

“Be strong, speak true and spread the peace,” Melissa Etheridge Her music smokes. She doesn’t. (Rumor has it, the lady is also indifferent to booze.) The story of Melissa Etheridge’s […]