Here are 10 music festivals to travel to in the western US

Ten events across Intermountain West, ranging from country music to jazz, and from bluegrass to electronic music. (John Salangsang | Associated Press file photo) Music legend Stevie Nicks — seen here in Las Vegas at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Festival — is one of the headlines of the Aspen Snowmass Jazz Festival, during the 2022 … Read more

Tourism outlook: pent-up demand for travel will boost visitor numbers in Pikes Peak | News

Tourism leaders in Colorado Springs are optimistic that visitors will return to the Pikes Peak area in near-record numbers as the two-year-old COVID-19 pandemic fades. Officials believe Americans are ready for vacations after two years of trying to avoid infection, and they are spending heavily to bring these visitors to the region. Visit Colorado Springs, … Read more

Tourism prospects: pent-up demand for travel will increase visitor numbers | a job

Tourism leaders in Colorado Springs are optimistic that visitors will return to the Pikes Peak area in nearly record numbers as the two-year-old COVID-19 pandemic fades. Officials believe that travelers across the country are ready for vacations after two years of trying to avoid infection, and they are spending heavily to bring these visitors to … Read more

Exploring Utah’s Environment: Science Moab Highlights Conversations with Nathan St. Andre, Larry Stevens, Tim Graham, Joel Berger | get out and go

Southern Utah has a variety of species and ecosystems, from desert reptiles to aquatic insects and everything in between. Many scientists come here to study these fascinating ecosystems, and here Science Moab shares highlights from conversations with fisheries ecologist Nathan St. Andre, biogeographer Larry Stevens, entomologist Tim Graham, and conservationist Joel Berger. Science Moab: How … Read more

Tradition of Science: An Anthology of Science Moab Interviews on Aboriginal Scientific Knowledge | get out and go

The Colorado Plateau is home to many knowledge systems from indigenous communities, which consist of long generations of scientific observation and hypothesis testing. Centralizing, not excluding, these systems of knowledge is essential to maintaining the many different ways of understanding the region. Here are some highlights of Science Moab’s talks with environmental justice organizer Talia … Read more