By all accounts the Chile and Frijoles Festival in Downtown Pueblo was a big success. The Pueblo Chamber of Commerce estimates the 3-day festival attracted about 100,000 people. "We had as many people, if not more than we had last year," said Rod Slyhoff, President of the Pueblo Chamber. Farmers... more »
Two restaurants are facing off this week for the title, best slopper in Pueblo. As we told you Monday, the Travel Channel is featuring the Sunset Inn and Gray's Coors Tavern in an upcoming episode of Food Wars. It's a slopper showdown! In one corner, Coors. "You know the taste,... more »
The Travel Channel is in Pueblo filming an episode of Food Wars. Their goal is to find out who makes the best slopper, Gray's Coors Tavern or Sunset Inn? But, we wondered how many other restaurants serve the ubiquitous slopper? Here is a list of the 26 restaurants that we... more »
A driver munching on Wendy's chili choked, lost control of his lumber truck, and crashed into a home in Lowell, Massachusetts Friday.
The driver was slightly injured.
The home didn't fare as well--it sustained so much damage that it has to be torn down. more »
The Big Apple has the ball drop on New Year's Eve--Pueblo raises a giant chili pepper. The annual celebration takes place in downtown Pueblo at the Union Depot on B street. At midnight party goers countdown to the new year, as workers hoist an 8-foot chili to the top of... more »
Southern Coloradans eat bushels of greens chiles every year. Besides tasting great, they're nutrition powerhouses. New Mexico State University's Chile Pepper Institute reports that chiles have the following vitamins and minerals: Calcium Importance: Builds and maintains bones and teeth; regulates heart rhythm; eases insomnia; helps regulate the passage of nutrients... more »