Alex Keenan is a writer and copy editor for Townsquare Media Northern Colorado. She was born in Denver and has lived in Colorado all her life. Keenan studied English and literature at Colorado State University. She writes about a variety of topics and makes sure our blogs use proper grammar. She loves visiting Chautauqua Park, the Pearl Street Mall, Old Town Fort Collins, The Alley Cat Café, Social and The Wolverine Farm Publick House.
People of the Past: Who Were the Native American Tribes of Colorado?
I want to take a quick jaunt back in time to the who came AFTER the Folsom and the Clovis.
5 Places to Go Rock Climbing in Colorado
Whether you’re a beginner or a climb like a spider monkey, here’s some of the five best places to go rock climbing in Colorado.
The 10 Hardest Colorado Cities to Pronounce
Here’s our top 10 favorite towns and cities that defy the naked eye when it comes to pronunciation.
The 5 Highest-Paid Colorado Rockies Players to Start the 2021 Season
Professional sports stars, actors and company execs, get paid a lot of money. But how much money does ‘a lot’ actually equate to?
What History Can Tell Us About Colorado’s Weather
We here in Colorado know that when it comes to our daily weather, it’s anyone’s guess as to what we’ll see in the next hour, let alone the next day.
10 Colorado Venues We Can’t Wait to See Shows at Again
Here’s some of the music venues we’re most looking forward to visiting again (in no particular order).
Concerts That Actually Happened in 2020
In spite of all the trials, tribulations and shuttered venues, some concerts did still manage to make it to the stage in one way or another.
Colorado’s ‘World’s Highest Tubing Hill’ Open for the Season
According to Out There Colorado, Keystone’s Mountaintop Tubing Hill opened for the 2020-2021 winter season just yesterday (Dec. 12).
Cameron Peak Fire at 40% Containment
The Cameron Peak Fire’s containment has increased to 40% and has currently burned 126,164 acres.
VIDEO: How Fish Are Stocked in Colorado’s Mountain Lakes
Yep, it turns out that we don’t just tote water up to alpine areas, but fish as well.