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Published: July 24, 2016
The 31st annual casual bicycle classic ride from Breckenridge to the Bully Ranch in Vail Village is Saturday, Sept. 10. It is a 38-mile ride on the recreation path. Breakfast, shuttle, gift, door prizes, snacks and a lunch buffet are included, all for $90 per adult and $35 for people younger than 15 years old. Email mdavis@sonnenalp.com for more information.
Published: July 24, 2016
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Half marathon award winners Male Overall 1. Ian Huang 1:25:112. Daryn Hutchings 1:25:473. Dylan Hedges 1:30:32 Female Overall 1. Anne Nevin 1:31:032. Kerrie Wlad 1:40:273. Aurora Leon 1:43:42 Male 19 and under 1. Gabriel Tom 1:49:362. Jason Macaluso 1:52:23 Female 19 and under 1. Whitney White 1:54:122. Mary Tezak 2:39:11 Male 20 to 29 1. Daryn Hutchings 1:25:472. Dylan Hedges 1:30:323. Christopher Patino 1:30:434. Daniel MacArthur 1:33:305. Ra˙L AlexandrÈ Medina 1:33:576. Nate Maddox 1:34:087. Christopher Ullom 1:37:458. Tyler Cope 1:40:469. Andrew Deslauriers 1:43:1110. Jacob
Published: July 24, 2016
Beginning Friday, July 29, the Vail Valley Art Guild’s Vail Summer Art Institute will present a three-day nude and landscape workshop with instructor Clem Robins, an internationally known landscape painter whose 2003 North Light book “The Art of Figure Drawing” has been translated into French, Spanish, Italian, German and Chinese. Students will have the opportunity to complete three landscapes with
Published: July 24, 2016
VAIL — Vail Veterans Program guests come from different geographic locations, but many from the same sort of place.Elliott Miller cannot speak, but he can laugh and he did when he rolled his four-wheeled mountain bike. Rolled it twice, which made him laugh twice as much.“It lights him up, and it makes me happy to see him so happy,” April
Published: July 24, 2016
VAIL — Business in Vail has been strong through the most recent ski season and into the summer, with a few headwinds along the way.According to a recent report from Destimetrics, a Denver-based company that tracks lodging and other data from mountain resorts, Vail’s most recent ski season was a good one, with a few exceptions.While Vail’s lodging revenue was
Published: July 24, 2016
EDWARDS — Bev Christiansan has received The Spirit of Service Award from the Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod. Only three people in the nation are recipients of this award. A celebration of this honor will be held at Gracious Savior Church Aug. 7 at 9:30 a.m. “Nearly every working mom, struggling teenager, abused woman or sheltered child in our community
Published: July 24, 2016
I was recently talking with a couple from Florida who were visiting Vail for the first time. Joe and Suzie explained to me that they were not skiers, but had decided to spend a few weeks in Vail because of the wonderful summers in Colorado’s High Country. During our visit they mentioned to me they were having a fantastic vacation
Published: July 24, 2016
The rap on Hillary is that she’s untrustworthy; the rap on Trump is, well take your pick … he’s not a serious political figure, he’s a sexist, he’s a bigot, he’s not really a good businessman, he’s not intelligent and as an outsider he doesn’t understand the issues. So putting ideology aside, I thought it might be interesting to examine
Published: July 24, 2016
AVON — It’s easy to take in the grand vistas and scenery of the valley, but often we pass over the smaller features of our dynamic environment. Hiding just underfoot nearly everywhere we go is a complex and fascinating organism that has lived on this planet for millions of years. Long before trees shaded our slopes, mushrooms occupied and enhanced
Published: July 24, 2016
If you have a typical Colorado household, then you expect your water bill to go up in the summer. With much of Colorado still hovering around 90 degrees, the heat wave drives up water used for showers, washing clothes and keeping our plants alive. Because July brings the biggest drain on our water resources and highest water bills for us,
Published: July 24, 2016
With the wrap-up of the recent Vail Summer Football Camp, I wanted to thank the various businesses and individuals for helping make the camp happen.The Vail Summer Football Camp recently hosted 16 active and retired college coaches to work with kids from Eagle County and the Central Rockies. Due to the generosity of the following hotels, lodges, activities and individuals
Published: July 24, 2016
I was disheartened to see the July 13 Vail Daily headline “Report cites child care crisis.” As a small-business owner and a father of two, my family and I have invested a lot in this community and want to see it thrive. Between the ever-increasing costs of health care, housing and childcare, living in this area is becoming out of
Published: July 24, 2016
Regarding the need for more workforce housing and childcare, and how each is becoming beyond the means of most families, each time a taxing authority considers another tax increase, it makes living in Eagle County even more difficult for those families trying to make ends meet.Apparently $75,500 was spent on surveys to confirm what we already knew, in fact what
Published: July 24, 2016
At the June 2 Eagle-Vail Metro Board meeting, board President Chuck Toms, along with board members David Warner and Kim Bell-Williams, voted to fix the tennis courts this summer. It was a long-overdue decision and enthusiastically applauded by the community. In this decision they demonstrated their commitment to, and understanding of, the metro board’s fiduciary responsibilities to maintain the recreational
Published: July 24, 2016
“Cases without the death penalty cost $740,000, while cases where the death penalty is sought cost $1.26 million. Maintaining each death row prisoner costs taxpayers $90,000 more per year than a prisoner in general population. There are 714 inmates on California’s death row” — quote from Googling death penalty costs.Dylann Storm Roof, 21, the shooter in the church in Charleston,
Published: July 24, 2016
My eyes filled with tears when the national anthem was played to see how few attendees crossed their hearts at New York Philharmonic’s opening night at the Ford Amphitheater.What’s up with that?Whether you vote for Trump or not, he is spot on when he says we need to “make America great again.”Connie KnightVail
Published: July 24, 2016
“Demagoguery” is defined by my dictionary as the methods or practice of “a person who tries to stir up the people by appeals to emotion, prejudice, etc. in order to win them over quickly and so gain power.” Throw in a lot of unrealistic promises, along with the hate talk, and you have our prime demagogue, Mr. Trump. Ms. Clinton
Published: July 24, 2016
VAIL — Michel Camilo has never wanted to limit himself to a specific genre of music. His freedom of expression is characterized by a flurry of rubber wrists and fingers slapping the piano keys. He is a blur but strikes every note with incredible intent and accuracy. In spite of his precision, there is something about his demeanor not unlike
Published: July 24, 2016
EDWARDS — While “going to college” might conjure up images of a fresh-faced 18-year-old walking the commons with an armful of books, a shift toward online higher education is challenging norms and opening up classrooms for all types of students. With the ability to enter a virtual classroom over the internet from all time zones, synchronously and asynchronously, students can
Published: July 24, 2016
The body of missing Avon teen Mac Kelsall, 19, was found on Saturday in the river below where he and a friend were camping in Gore Canyon, Grand County authorities said. Kelsall went camping with a friend to raft part of the Colorado River in Gore Canyon. They made their camp on a cliff, which Kelsall appears to have fallen
Published: July 23, 2016
BEAVER CREEK — More than 500 riders took to the roads and trails in Eagle County for the Colorado-Eagle River Ride, benefiting SOS Outreach on Saturday.The key word was ride, as opposed to swim, which is what the weather forecast looked like earlier in the week.“The weather was spectacular. Someone called in a favor,” joked SOS Outreach executive director Seth
Published: July 23, 2016
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Published: July 23, 2016
Donald Trump “clearly needs to change in order to win” (the presidency), declared Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., KY.). “My hope is that he is beginning to pivot and become what I would call a more serious and credible candidate for the highest office in the land,” Sen. McConnell recently told a New York TV station.Trump sounds, however, as
Published: July 23, 2016
LEADVILLE — Some say the highest spot in America’s highest city is the balcony of the legendary Tabor Opera House.Perspective like that must be preserved, which explains the enthusiasm behind Leadville’s Save the Tabor campaign.The good people of Cloud City started asking what was going to happen to their beloved Tabor.Their Tabor, because people feel that way.The Blands can no
Published: July 23, 2016
Samantha Harris made two points clear:• When life gives you lemons, you’ve got to make lemonade. • Be your own health advocate.She spoke from experience; at age 40, she went for a base mammogram, which came back clear. Eleven days later, she found a lump on her breast. In fear, she headed to her primary doctor and then to an
Published: July 23, 2016
The Lucas de Stael Collection, handcrafted in France, will be on hand in full at Eye Pieces of Vail’s Bridge Street location through Monday, July 25, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. These unique designs in sun and optical are created using unconventional materials such as leather, stone and wood. Eye exams are available, and all can be made
Published: July 23, 2016
Long ago, before the discovery of the Eagle Valley and even before the rise of Egyptian pharaohs, a young seed drifted on the wind and landed in the Rocky Mountains. This young seed took hold of the bare mineral soil, surviving the cold winters and strong winds when other seeds from far away could not. Long roots spread around the
Published: July 23, 2016
Editor’s note: This is the first part of a two-part series.I have written several columns about how the increased use of cellphones and computers have affected our important relationships. One such column was about a girlfriend’s cellphone addiction, which has generated a surprising number of emails from around the world. Allow me to print some of these stories, and I
Published: July 23, 2016
The majority of Coloradans depend on the prairie — and don’t even know it. It’s much more than a flat carpet of tumbleweed-infested dirt clods. It’s an economic catalyst. Covering about 40 percent of the state, it impacts mountain towns and underlies the Mile High City. A prairie is an ecosystem or habitat. Here in Colorado, it exists east of
Published: July 23, 2016
In 2010, Denver-based breakdancing crew BreakEFX performed at the Vail International Dance Festival and brought the heavy beats and hard-hitting moves of hip-hop to the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, a stage that is more commonly filled with dancers in pointe shoes performing works by George Balanchine and other ballet classics. The 8150 Urban Dance Challenge began in 2012 to continue
Published: July 23, 2016
BEAVER CREEK — Twenty-five years after the release of his eponymous album, folk rock singer-songwriter Marc Cohn will celebrate the album’s silver anniversary with a concert at the Vilar Performing Arts Center today at 8 p.m. Joined by an all-star band, Cohn will perform his Grammy-winning record in its entirety, from start to finish.“Walking in Memphis” is the soulful ballad
Published: July 23, 2016
VAIL — No, Bravo! Vail does not do summer reruns.Yes, that was conductor Bramwell Tovey appearing again at the music festival, this time on Friday, as the New York Philharmonic opened its residency at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater with the program “Sounds of Spain,” with works of Massanet and Falla.“Tonight, Bramwell Tovey, is there anyone better? He’s the best,”
Published: July 22, 2016
Published: July 22, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Local 4-H Club participants will sell their beef, swine, sheep and poultry animals to the highest bidder Saturday at the Junior Livestock Auction at the Eagle County Fairgrounds. A buyer barbeque will take place at noon and the auction begins at 1:30 p.m. Both events take place in the Eagle River Center, located at the west of
Published: July 22, 2016
Board: Vail Town Council, Tuesday afternoon and evening meetings.Present: Kevin Foley, Greg Moffet, Jenn Bruno, Mayor Dave Chapin, Kim Langmaid, Jen Mason, Dick Cleveland.Issue: Possible tax or other relief for locals.Who they talked to: Town Manager Stan Zemler, Town Attorney Matt Mire.How the discussion went: The town government has been asked by a town resident to look into some sort
Published: July 22, 2016
EAGLE — Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate is welcoming a fresh face as the Branch Broker of its Eagle office. Kim Bradley is replacing Dick Kesler as the branch broker in the firm’s Eagle office.Kesler, who specializes in ranch sales throughout the Vail Valley, has been with Slifer Smith & Frampton for 38 years. Kesler will remain an avid
Published: July 22, 2016
In response to the letter from Mr. (Chris) Anthony (Thursday’s Vail Daily), I want to expand on his discussion regarding being selfish. We are so selfish that we want to destroy the natural habitat of many wild animals by creating trails in that stream valley so bikers can freely ride in the natural habitat. We are so selfish that we
Published: July 22, 2016
Eagle County Fair and Rodeo has kicked off this week! The rodeo is a great event to watch, but more importantly is the fair aspect. Many people don’t understand what the fair is about and what a great organization 4-H is for the kids in our area. 4-H is an amazing opportunity for kids to learn about anything that they
Published: July 22, 2016
Last week I read with enthusiasm that Avon was going to try and make the town more user-friendly for cyclists and walkers. This was a move to create fewer cars on the road and encourage folks to walk or bike to the store, library or wherever. I thought that finally I would not have to walk on sidewalks that all
Published: July 22, 2016
To say the world could collectively use a good dose of Valium right now would likely be an understatement. Indeed, the summer of 2016 could be viewed as the summer of world’s collective discontent. Politically, our nation has never been so divided, about the only thing everyone can agree on is their favorite candidate is the lesser of the evils.
Published: July 22, 2016
Dear Joan, I have been told it is very important to choose a Realtor who is an excellent negotiator when you are buying a home, or any property, for that matter. That point makes perfect sense to me, since you want your agent to negotiate the very lowest price, and most inclusions possible, when you are buying a house. Now
Published: July 22, 2016
LEADVILLE — The Silver Circuit rides again.Leadville’s legendary Tabor Opera House has hosted entertainers such as Oscar Wilde and Harry Houdini as they made their way from Denver to San Francisco during the mining heyday.The Tabor will host the King Cardinal Band tonight in a performance that marks the fourth in a Save the Tabor season dedicated to restoring the
Published: July 22, 2016
Living in Colorado means our dogs will be active outdoors. Unfortunately, this also means that they may be prone to injuries. Have you ever had to have knee surgery or physical therapy to treat an injury? Dogs may require the same thing from time to time. Knowing what your dog is at risk for and knowing what to do if
Published: July 22, 2016
Mountain Valley Horse Rescue’s capital campaign to to purchase a new forever home is still underway. The rescue has made multiple offers to purchase its current property on Bruce Creek Road, but all have been rejected. As of June 1, rent has increased by 20 percent and has put more pressure on finding a new home for the rescue. The
Published: July 22, 2016
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Eye Pieces of Vail will host a traveling trunk show of Barton Pereirra Eyewear and Allied Metal Works at three locations in three days. Inspired by and created in Hollywood, Barton Perierra and Allied Metal Works’ handmade luxury designs will be available in both sun and optical at Eye Pieces of Vail’s Lionshead location Saturday, July 23, from noon to
Published: July 22, 2016
“Jazz,” said Howard Stone, founder of the Vail Jazz Festival, “is a four-letter word.”Ah, but what joy a four-letter word can bring. At the recent Vail Jazz Foundation gala, guests were on their feet, applauding talented jazz singer Nicole Henry as she performed a selection of hits from The Great Ladies of Song, from Sarah Vaughn and Ella Fitzgerald to
Published: July 22, 2016
GYPSUM — On Thursday, July 14, at the Vail Valley Jet Center, a well-decorated hangar came alive with the sound of music, laughter and conversation during the eighth annual Star Dancing Gala to benefit YouthPower365. Under the umbrella of the Vail Valley Foundation, YouthPower365 strives to serve the youth of Eagle County every day of the year, from cradle to
Published: July 22, 2016
The crafting of a gripping, well-paced thriller is a special skill, attempted by many but truly delivered on by only a lucky few. “Child 44,” by Tom Rob Smith, is one of the exceptional ones, a tightly woven page-turner that will have the reader up late, enthralled with the dystopian Soviet-era world that serves as the backdrop for this sinister
Published: July 22, 2016
VAIL — Cogswell Gallery will present a solo show and reception with oil painter Darcie Peet from 1 to 5 p.m. today. No stranger to adventure and the outdoors, Peet is always willing to go the extra mile to capture nature’s serenity in her paintings.“So much of the exhilaration in painting is in the initial quest … the journey in
Published: July 22, 2016
I’ve found the best way to deal with a horrific situation is to ignore it. Case in point, last Monday I had two choices: Give attention to a ghastly summer of violence, intolerance and ignorance … or go on a bike ride. Yes, it helps that none of the horrors of hate occurred in my zip code but, rather, France,
Published: July 22, 2016
VAIL — Today, the New York Philharmonic, led by guest conductor Timothy Brock, presents a screening of Charlie Chaplin’s silent film “City Lights,” accompanied by a live performance of the film’s score. The orchestra will play in the outdoor Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail, with the movie projected onto screens above the stage. The New York Philharmonic’s recent presentations
Published: July 22, 2016
Editor’s note: Delfina, Ian and Logan are riding their fifth Courage Classic to support and thank Children’s Hospital Colorado for saving Owen’s life. This is their story.the Courage Classic rolls through Minturn and Vail today: thousands of bicyclists riding hundreds of miles and raising millions of dollars for the Colorado Children’s Hospital.Our family will be out there again because you
Published: July 22, 2016
VAIL — Beginning mid-day, Monday, motorists at the Town Center Interstate 70 interchange at Vail will be directed into a new lane configuration that will add additional capacity for commuters accessing the westbound on-ramp. The northbound lane beneath I-70 will be re-striped to carry two 11-foot lanes of traffic through the underpass around the north side teardrop roundabout, and then
Published: July 22, 2016
Recently Michael Drake wrote a letter slamming people who are voting for Trump. Living in Vail, I think he is unaware why many people are voting that way. I am hoping Mr. Drake and others will be enlightened by my thoughts. First, I would like to say that those who are voting Republican are not angry. I don’t know where
Published: July 21, 2016
I would like to thank Michael Warmuth, battalion chief for Eagle River Fire Protection District, and his crew for being great representatives of the fire department. I called when I saw lightning strike a tree and smoke in the forest above our house. My kids and I rode over to point out the spot. Michael and his crew took time
Published: July 21, 2016
[iframe width=”560” height=”315” src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/Gccu3vzqhIs” frameborder=”0” allowfullscreen></iframe]EAGLE COUNTY — Eagle County’s latest housing needs assessment came to the same conclusions as a 1972 study, a 1984 study, a 1999 study and a 2007 study, which are:1. There’s not enough workforce housing.2. It’s prohibitively expensive.A 1972 study said, “inflation in land development and building costs have priced new conventionally built housing beyond
Published: July 21, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Crews from the Union Pacific Railroad will be replacing rail through the crossing on State Highway 131 at mile point 16.25 through Bond on Monday. The only day of a full closure will be Monday. Preliminary work begins Sunday, with flaggers ushering motorists through the work zone. Flaggers will be in place again on Tuesday. Delays possibleHours
Published: July 21, 2016
RED CLIFF — Red Cliff never had a better friend than Walter Fox, and he will be missed.Fox, 71, died July 14 in Grand Junction. He was born in Fruita in 1945, and moved to Red Cliff after serving in the military. Arthur Fox, Walter’s son, said family records indicate that Walter bought a home in Red Cliff in 1968.
Published: July 21, 2016
Garfield County Search and Rescue and Glenwood Springs Fire Department deployed to Hanging Lake Trail mid-morning Wednesday to assist a woman who was believed to have had a heat stroke and seizure.Fire Chief Gary Tillotson said the woman was about three-fourths of a mile into the steep 1.2-mile trail.
Published: July 21, 2016
For the second time in less than a year, a vehicle has fallen off a cliff along Red Canyon Road south of Glenwood Springs.At approximately 3:48 p.m. Thursday, rescue crews received a call from a passerby that a 2014 Chevy Sonic had fallen off the road. About one mile up the road from Colorado 82, the car took a 100-foot
Published: July 21, 2016
EAGLE — Units in the Sylvan Circle project are already being advertised for sale, but the Eagle Town Board isn’t slated to give final approval for the project until Tuesday.Two weeks ago, members of the Town Board indicated they didn’t see any fatal flaws in the plan for a 42-unit project located on a 4.67 acre parcel located on the
Published: July 21, 2016
According to the Alliance for American Manufacturing, more than 6 million U.S. manufacturing jobs vanished between 1998 and 2010. Colorado lost more than 52 thousand manufacturing jobs since 2001. These middle-class jobs provided workers with a good way of life and, with their loss, entire communities have been devastated. Although manufacturing continues to struggle, there are signs of recovery and
Published: July 21, 2016
In two weeks, the 2016 Summer Olympics begin in Rio de Janeiro. One of the most compelling events is the marathon, a 26.2-mile endurance contest with roots dating back to ancient Greece. It may be that we’ve kept our interest in the marathon because it can teach us much about life — and it certainly has lessons for investors. In
Published: July 21, 2016
Update: After working through the night to locate a missing person in North Pond in Silverthorne, rescue crews continued throughout the morning and afternoon to comb the water. Divers are currently taking turns to move search efforts forward. Though search dogs pinpointed a location of the pond, no body has been recovered. Keep checking back for more updates. ––– A
Published: July 18, 2016
VAIL — Parking will probably be tough at the Lionshead Village parking structure for the remainder of the summer. But parking woes that seem to have become a summer and winter problem may lead to a fall tax increase request for Vail voters.Vail Town Council member Dick Cleveland, a longtime advocate of building more parking in town, suggested on Tuesday
Published: July 20, 2016
Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon will be fully closed from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for two days next week for helicopter operations associated with the rockfall mitigation project just west of the Hanging Lake Tunnel. The closures will be Wednesday, July 27, and Thursday, July 28.The eastbound closure starts at Exit 116 (Glenwood Springs) and the westbound closure starts
Published: July 21, 2016
BEAVER CREEK — Saturday’s Colorado-Eagle River Ride is the Tour de Roundabout.Really.Arn Menconi, John Edwards and few other cyclists did a route in 2002 that included all of Eagle County’s roundabouts to promote awareness for cycling safety. Now in its 15th year, the Colorado-River Ride, benefiting SOS Outreach, will have approximately 700 participants doing their choice of 100-, 68- and
Published: July 20, 2016
AVON — Between parenting, training, dancing and battling a cold, Josiah Middaugh still managed to defend his Xterra Beaver Creek Championship title this week. The Eagle-Vail local and world champion Xterra racer edged out newcomer Sam Long in a close race Saturday consisting of a 1-mile swim in Nottingham Lake followed by 15 miles of mountain biking and 6 miles of
Published: July 16, 2016
The New York Philharmonic, under the leadership of music director Alan Gilbert, returns to Bravo! Vail for its 14th annual summer residency, presenting a lineup that ranges from lighthearted dance fare and timeless film scores to operatic duets and symphonic masterworks.Kicking off its residency Friday the orchestra, led by guest conductor Bramwell Tovey, presents a Spanish-themed program featuring two pieces
Published: July 21, 2016
AVON — More than 400 guests attended Walking Mountains’ “A Taste of Nature” gala held at the breathtaking campus in Avon recently. Alpine Bank stepped up as title sponsor. The evening was a record for the organization, raising more than $500,000, a great leap from its humble beginnings in Red Cliff in 1998, where founder Kim Langmaid saw a need
Published: July 21, 2016
BEST-SELLERS AT THE BOOKWORM OF EDWARDS1. “Leadership Wisdom: Lessons from Poetry, Prose and Curious Verse,” by Bob Vanourek.2. “The BFG,” by Roald Dahl.3. “Vail Hiker: New Edition,” by Mary Ellen Gilliland.4. “James and the Giant Peach,” by Roald Dahl.5. “All the Light We Cannot See,” by Anthony Doerr.6. “A Man Called Ove,” by Fredrik Backman.7. “Homegoing,” by Yaa Gyasi.8. “Black
Published: July 21, 2016
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VAIL — Galerie Zuger in Vail Village will welcome back Britten for artist receptions from 3 to 7 p.m. today and Saturday.Vibrant JoyBritten’s creativity mirrors an internal landscape of emotion inspired by the open spaces of Colorado. For Britten, “painting is a medium of universal communication.” Within each piece, an emotion is captured and translated directly from the source. Her
Published: July 21, 2016
ICE AGE: COLLISION COURSE | Scrat’s epic pursuit of the elusive acorn catapults him into the universe where he accidentally sets off a series of cosmic events that transform and threaten the Ice Age World. To save themselves, Sid, Manny, Diego and the rest of the herd must leave their home and embark on a quest full of comedy and
Published: July 21, 2016
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Editor’s note: From time to time, members of the Vilar Performing Arts Center community will provide insights into upcoming art, music and dance performances at the 535-seat theater in Beaver Creek Village. This week, the Vilar Performing Art Center’s Charlotte Muir previews Sunday’s Marc Cohn show. This year at the Vilar Performing Arts Center is a year of celebration. The
Published: July 21, 2016

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