A Colorado native, Nate Wilde has been severely addicted to rock music for nearly his entire life. He was the guy that would hang out backstage after concerts in hopes of meeting his heroes, and many times he’d won the tickets off the radio. Not only has Nate been rocking the airwaves for upwards of 14 years, he’s also a rock journalist and has interviewed and photographed countless bands, artists, comedians, and actors. When he’s not talking about music, he’s most likely either attending a concert, playing guitar, or creating pen and ink portraits of his favorite rockers.
Massive Colorado Home for Sale has an Elevator, Game Room + More
Take a virtual tour of a massive home in Colorado with an elevator, game room, and much more that is currently listed for nearly $1.4 million.
Oprah Winfrey Once had a Really Bad Time in a Small Colorado Town
Back in 2005, Oprah Winfrey went on a road trip and had a great time in various parts of Colorado, with the exception of one small town on the Eastern Plains.
Colorado Ranchers Can Use a Variety of Expensive Wolf Deterrents
Wolves are being reintroduced to Colorado and ranchers can legally use a variety of deterrents to protect their livestock, but implementation won’t be cheap.
What is that Place Between Evergreen + Idaho Springs Colorado?
You’ve probably driven past a large quarry off of Colorado’s I-70 between Evergreen and Idaho Springs, but have you ever wondered what exactly that place is?
Take a Trip Back in Time to Colorado’s Original Elitch Gardens
Before 1995, Colorado’s biggest theme park Elitch Gardens was at a different location.
The Horrific Reason a Colorado Funeral Home is Being Demolished
A funeral home in Penrose, Colorado will soon be torn down due to a horrifying discovery made by authorities earlier this year.
Take a Virtual Drive Over Colorado’s Stunning Shelf Road
Shelf Road was originally made as a delivery route from Cañon City to Cripple Creek, Colorado and is an absolutely gorgeous drive.
What are these Strange Objects + what Does Colorado Use them For?
These odd-looking objects look like they’re from outer space, but they’re actually a useful tool for the Colorado Department of Transportation.
Fans of Indiana Jones Must Visit this Small Colorado Town
Multiple scenes from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade were filmed in a small Colorado town and you can still check out the filming locations.
A Concerning Toxic Chemical is Found on Colorado’s Ski Slopes
Research shows that toxic chemicals found on ski mountains are likely polluting water supplies of nearby towns in Colorado.