Thirteen years ago Tim Preston founded the Clay Center of Northern Colorado, offering pottery classes, individualized instructions, and studio space for Greeley artists. With more than 40 years of experience with ceramics, Preston has created a friendly and approachable environment for people of all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels to enjoy making art. “This is both […]
The City of Greeley is an interesting juxtaposition between an urban environment and one that supports both its rural history and current farming community. Farmers can still easily find agricultural supplies and equipment repair items and local businesses know how to cater to the particular needs of a farm and the farming community. Greeley got […]
What do a sweaty-soul band and century-old symphony orchestra have in common? In terms of music, they live on opposite ends of the spectrum. One group thrives on improvisation – the other excels within the lines of a musical score. But what the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra (GPO) and The Burroughs have in common is their passion for music, […]
Greeley, Colorado is a multi-faceted city with a diverse population and rich history. With the feeling of being both modern and classic, there is truly something for everyone to enjoy.
Each month, we have been covering a local downtown within our readership. No matter the size, each one has been a delight to visit. But of all the municipalities on our list, Greeley has been the one I looked forward to the most. It seems like a city of contradictions, which is something I really […]
Enjoy taking the road less traveled and we promise you there is no better place to set down your bags and get comfy! You can find your adventure and spend three perfect days on the front porch of the Rockies right here in Greeley Colorado! All you need to do is decide how you want to play and then, plan accordingly.
Like most of us this year, Shayla Lamb is having to make a few life adjustments. She was laid off from her job as an ironworker thanks to COVID-19, and now, she says, “I’m mostly just doing my own thing.” And even though she’d like to get back to work – she was recently offered a short-term […]
It wasn’t all that long ago that Mac Cruz was “struggling academically,” as one teacher put it. Or, as Mac himself put it, “failing.” His mother had passed away when Mac was just a freshman, and he had never really wanted to go to school in the first place. So he just…didn’t. Fast forward three years to […]
Born in Bangkok to university professors of interior design, Jittapim “Nan” Yamprai seemed destined for a career in academia. After earning degrees in business English, ethnomusicology, music history, and library science, she taught at Mahidol University in Thailand – where she developed a doctoral program for the school’s college of music – and at the […]
By his own admission, Trent Johnson wasn’t exactly a normal kid. “My friends collected baseball cards,” he explains. “Me? I collected hats.” It was, he says, an obsession. But then, so was his entrepreneurial drive. Trent started his own lawn-mowing business at an early age, leasing a mower from his mom and dad until he’d […]