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It all started with 7-foot-long paper mache alligator in Coral Springs, Florida.That’s how the Beaver Creek Art Festival now comes to be in its very successful 28th year on Saturday and Sunday, with some of the country’s most innovative photographers, painters, jewelry makers and sculptors clamoring to set up shop on Beaver Creek’s cobbled streets.The gator mailboxAs event director Howard
Published: July 30, 2015
AVON — On Saturday and Sunday, kids can learn about history by traveling to the past. Walking Mountains Science Center is calling all kids to come out and learn life skills from the state’s American Indian cultures. Walking Mountains is partnering with Denver Museum of Nature and Science to present an hour-long Colorado Native program for kids in kindergarten through
Published: July 30, 2015
VAIL – One was simmering with the passion of a man carrying the weight of the world. One was shining with the joyous promise of youth. When the world-renowned New York Philharmonic wraps up its 2015 Bravo! Vail Music Festival season on Friday, it’s with a two-part program capturing and contrasting two great composers – Shostakovich and Mozart – at
Published: July 30, 2015
BEAVER CREEK — Opposites not only attract, they create unimaginable beauty together. Artists Wendy Schaefer-Miles and Kevin D. Miles are a unique husband and wife team. They work together, painting side by side on the same canvas, enhancing one another’s styles to create unforgettable paintings.They have collaborated on more than 3,000 paintings in the past 30 years. Their artistic journey
Published: July 30, 2015
VAIL — Cogswell Gallery presents a solo show with oil painter Darcie Peet, who the gallery has represented for over 10 years. For Peet, it was a love of horses and the West that drew her to Colorado as a child, and again in the early ’60s. For more than 25 years, Peet has called Copper Mountain and Tucson, Arizona,
Published: July 30, 2015
VAIL — It’s hard enough to believe that a clam or oyster could take a tiny piece of sand and create something as strange and beautiful as a pearl. Given that this is in fact the case, it’s not too much of a stretch to buy into the idea that such miracles of nature carry some sort of protective power.Pearl
Published: July 30, 2015
1. “Go Set A Watchman” by Harper Lee2. “Vail Hiker” by Mary Gilliland3. *Book Of Lena by Judy Elliott Kirby4. “Boys In The Boat” by Daniel James Brown 5. “All The Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr6. “Nightingale” by Kristin Hannah7. “Secret Garden” by Johanna Basford8. “Mushrooms of the Rocky Mountains” by Vera Stucky Evenson9. “Oregon Trail” by Rinker
Published: July 30, 2015
MEEKER — The anglers and bikers traveling to the mountains slowed their cars to a crawl as hundreds of sheep flocked the country road north of Meeker. Ahead, a sheepherder on horseback surveyed the animals and behind them, the man’s small camper, or “campito,” was hidden by trees. From Moffat to Alamosa counties, Colorado is a big player in the
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In regards to the July 4 fireworks show in Eagle, I would like thank Western Enterprises Inc. for presenting a safe, professional and spectacular fireworks display and coordinating with the Greater Eagle Fire Protection District. The show was the 13th show presented by Western Enterprises in our town. A special thank you to the town of Eagle, the town of
Published: July 30, 2015
It appears the forces behind the “Kick the Bag habit” do not own any pets. As a dog owner, the plastic grocery bag is ideal for picking up dog poop while acquaintances of mine who are cat owners reach for their grocery bags when scooping out their cat litter boxes. Instead of the biodegradable grocery bags in use by many
Published: July 30, 2015
Regarding Mr. Steven Field’s comments regarding airfares for Vail travelers (Letters to the Editor, Thursday’s Vail Daily), a little advanced planning can go a long way. As a veteran of American Airlines, I feel qualified to teach Airline Travel 101. It’s no secret that the sooner you want to fly, the more it will cost. Is that fair, you wonder?
Published: July 30, 2015
To really age well we must understand two things about the human body that are not well understood. One is its fluid nature. The body is about 70 percent water, more or less. To realize the implications of that can change how we understand the aging process. The body as machine metaphor that has held sway for so long has
Published: July 30, 2015
Lloyd Gerard doesn’t care much for golf — pasture pool — which explains why his pastures are filled with cattle, not golf carts.On one side of the family ranch south of Gypsum is a golf course. On the other side is another golf course.In the middle is the Gerard clan, smiling and enjoying themselves. On both sides are golfers, saying
Published: July 30, 2015
There are lots of good reasons to drive a Tesla, ranging from thumbing our collective noses at terrorist states who’ve vowed to bomb us back to the Stone Age (where they currently live) to loving our planet with a great big squishy hug.Also, it’s really fast, and that’s the most American reason.America, the country that invented the V-8 engine, rock
Published: July 30, 2015
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GYPSUM — Right about now, every Three Rivers Little Leaguer wants to play like a girl. A juniors softball girl, to be precise. That’s because TRLL Junior Girls Softball team (ages 13-14) is headed to Santa Fe, New Mexico, to complete in the regional tournament. Their tournament appearance comes a week after the team took the Colorado state title earlier
Published: July 30, 2015
1 year agoWeek of July 31, 2014Volunteers were preparing for the annual Crawlin’ to a Cure fund-raiser.The Eagle County Alert system issued both fire and food warnings during the period of a single week.A mud slide on Interstate 70 near Wolcott closed both westbound lanes for several hours.Ewing Trucking and Construction was just one of six Colorado companies honored for
Published: July 30, 2015
You don’t have to be a CEO or multimillionaire to benefit from a trust. In fact, many people gain advantages from establishing one — so it may be useful to learn something about this common estate-planning tool.Why would you want a trust? For one thing, if you have highly specific wishes on how and when you want your estate to
Published: July 30, 2015
EAGLE COUNTY — A couple congressional proposals could eliminate federal foot-dragging in paying counties the money they are owed for public land.Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) introduced a bill Tuesday that would extend critical funding for the Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) and Secure Rural Schools (SRS) program.Rep. Scott Tipton, (R-Colo.) made a similar proposal last winter, leading 46 members
Published: July 30, 2015
Don’t let financial fears paralyze you into a state of indecision; it’s time to take the reins and regain control of your financial future.As the economy starts to recover and jobs may not be quite as hard to come by, it’s time to regain a sense of purpose and empowerment when it comes to your finances. Here are some practical
Published: July 30, 2015
Vail Valley Partnership, the regional chamber of commerce representing business interests from Vail Pass to Glenwood Canyon, is invested in helping to build a business-friendly Eagle County. This has long been tied to our mission, and it is spotlighted as the first goal in the Eagle County Economic Development Plan.Challenges to our long-term economic sustainability include a reliance on a
Published: July 30, 2015
Let’ see if I have this right:We’re losing visitors, or in constant danger thereof, because Interstate 70 congestion makes it so hard to get here.We’ve built more lodging and such to accommodate the influx of more visitors. More resort development for the same reason is on tap.And wow, have more skiers made the slopes more dangerous or what?This is the
Published: July 30, 2015
VAIL — Gondola One and the trails surrounding it reopened to the public July 30 after closing to facilitate helicopter work on Chair 2, Avanti Express. The chairlift is being upgraded to a six-passenger chair. Helicopter work went faster than anticipated, said Sara Lococo with Vail Resorts, and operations on the mountain weren’t impacted much. “We heard it was out
Published: July 30, 2015
On Thursday, July 23, at 2:30 p.m. sharp, I drove into the parking lot on the northwest end of Riverwalk in Edwards. As I came around the bend, a man driving a light green Prius began to back out. I stopped and tooted my horn; nicely, I might add. He stopped. Clearly he saw me. So I proceeded. Then, to
Published: July 31, 2015
Next week, guitar legend Steve Vai will bring his second Vai Academy guitar camp — All About the Guitar — to The Arrabelle at Vail Square, with classes, clinics and jams featuring guest instructors from the top echelon of the guitar world. We caught up with Vai to learn more about the camp, as well as his music career and
Published: July 31, 2015
If a wardrobe includes bike shorts, gimme caps and fly-fishing waders, its owner probably will be properly attired for a Vail Valley summer. But a 1960s season in Cape Cod required pillbox hats and linen skirt suits, plus a few pair of clamdiggers, particularly for Christina “Tiny” Hardcastle, protagonist of “Tiny Little Thing,” by Beatriz Williams.Tiny and Frank Hardcastle are
Published: July 31, 2015
BEAVER CREEK — “Living in the moment and not by your wristwatch” is artist Annmarie Siegel’s mantra, a daily way of life she shares with those she meets. However, watches are an integral part of her creative existence. She re-purposes old watch parts into unique works of wearable art. Her designs include earrings, bracelets, necklaces, pendants, cuff links and belts.
Published: July 31, 2015
VAIL — Globalization has been a political and economic hot topic for decades, and Rosie Langabeer is bringing it to ballet. A New Zealand composer and performer, Langabeer has set U.S. and New Zealand history to music for “Sunset o639,” which will be performed by BalletX at the Vilar Center in Beaver Creek on Saturday evening.Hosted by the Vail International
Published: July 31, 2015
BEAVER CREEK — Clad in a cowboy hat and homemade leather apron marked by the patina of years in the sun and streaks of vibrant oils, you are sure to find Western artist Douglas Wodark continuing to create new paintings even while at the Beaver Creek Art Festival this weekend. The summer art show has always been one of this
Published: July 31, 2015
High altitude makes cookies spread in the pan, cakes fall, and few baked goods turn out as they do at sea level. This twice-monthly column presents recipes and tips that make baking in the mountains successful. A blue ribbon, gold medal or first place trophy … that’s what I’d like to award this blackberry pie. It’s the best one I’ve
Published: July 31, 2015
GYPSUM — Renowned photographer John Fielder will present the best photos from a competition, 10 Days on the Colorado.The Vail Valley Art Guild Photographers participated in the competition that spanned 10 days, July 3-12.Fielder judged the competition, and all the prints will be displayed at the Gypsum Public Library during August.Along with the competition photos, Fielder will present a slide
Published: July 31, 2015
Most residents and many visitors to Vail and the Eagle River Valley know of Camp Hale as a former World War II mountain warfare training camp and current recreation mecca. Thousands of visitors flock to the area each year to enjoy camping, hiking, climbing, fishing, ATV riding, snowmobiling and skiing.Fewer visitors, however, know that this area — Eagle Park —
Published: July 31, 2015
Jon “Zeke” Zdechlik died peacefully July 18 at home with his family after a courageous, two-year battle with small cell lung carcinoma. His loving family includes his wife of 32 years, Sherri Steeves, and their children Kaitlin Zdechlik, 24, Lauren Zdechlik, 22, Andrew Zdechlik, 20, and Eric Zdechlik, 16. His parents are Robert J. Zdechlik (deceased) and Marie Zdechlik, of
Published: July 31, 2015
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VAIL — Despite a handful of potential speed bumps, Vail’s summer lodging business has been bustling.The most recent data from DestiMetrics, a Denver-based analysis and consulting firm, show Vail’s summer lodging business growing from 2014. In June, the town’s lodges and condos were running right at 50 percent occupancy, a good number for the summer and a marginal increase from
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Dear Joan, I have been reading your ​comments on millennials​, and many other​ similar articles, and realize the trend for the up and coming generation is more urbanization. ​The population​ all seem​s​ to want to live close to each other and do everything together, i.e. public transportation to ride together, work out together in classes and recreation center​s​, join clubs​
Published: July 31, 2015
Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from the Vail Homeowners Association Newsletter. The association keeps a close eye on economic and political trends in and outside of the Vail community. The electronic version with links to supporting documents is available at www.vailhomeowners.com.There are no easy solution to Vail’s parking problem. Basically the town has only limited choices: Allow more
Published: July 31, 2015
BEAVER CREEK —Young Colors, a new children’s clothing and accessories store in the Beaver Creek Lodge by the Covered Bridge, will celebrate its grand opening this weekend along with the Beaver Creek Arts Festival.The celebration includes a free batik arts demonstration by designer Donna Prescott. The store will also have free cookie decorating.‘Toast to our future’At 4:30 p.m. the store
Published: July 31, 2015
VAIL — West Meadow Drive in Vail has long been a key connection between the town’s two major pedestrian cores of Vail Village and Lionshead. But for decades it has become increasingly congested with vehicle traffic, much of it headed to the Vail Valley Medical Center.Now the centrally located thoroughfare along Gore Creek is on the verge of becoming far
Published: July 31, 2015
EAGLE COUNTY — The Eagle County Rotary Clubs of Eagle, Edwards and Vail, in conjunction with the Eagle County Public Safety Council, are pleased to announce the second annual Public Safety Appreciation Awards night to honor Eagle County’s most outstanding first responders. The program was created to provide an opportunity for the men and women in public safety to be
Published: July 31, 2015
I have a 6-foot-long folding conference table in my office and under that table is a mattress designed for backpacking and sleeping on a bed of rocks. It’s only about 2 feet away from my desk so I don’t get wide-awake walking from my office downstairs, across the dining room and living room to the bedroom where I would be
Published: July 31, 2015
AVON — Join Walking Mountains Science Center on Aug. 19 and 26 from 1–4:30 p.m. for their Actively Green training sessions for businesses at Walking Mountains Science Center in Avon. The cost is $100 for the first staff member, and $50 for each additional employee. Businesses can expect to learn how to save money, become an environmental steward and increase
Published: July 31, 2015
Need to prove your identity? Perhaps you are moving through an airport’s security check point. Or, you desire to cash at your bank a third-party check. Identification is required. You show your driver’s license.Some citizens lack disposable income to purchase a driver’s license. They don’t have money for fees at the Motor Vehicle Bureau to get a license or renew
Published: July 31, 2015
Today, I would like to draw to your attention the DeBeque milkvetch, the elusive, and hopefully not soon-to-be evanescent, seemingly humble nitrogen-fixing powerhouse of a plant. The DeBeque milkvetch is an endemic species. Endemic means that the species only occurs naturally in one place. The DeBeque milkvetch is endemic to Garfield County, a mere 2,956 square miles. To be clear,
Published: August 1, 2015
EAGLE COUNTY — After flirting with the $2 level at times over the winter, summer gasoline prices in the Vail Valley are back near, or just more than, $3 per gallon. But there’s good news, both now and in the near term, as long as you aren’t in the oil-exploration industry.While gasoline prices are at highs for this year, those
Published: August 1, 2015
AVON — It is time again to come out and get to know members of the Avon Police Department during Eagle County’s annual National Night Out celebration Tuesday. Police say the annual event is a key component in building the relationship between law enforcement agencies and the communities in Eagle County. Events include games, bouncy castles, demonstrations, free food and
Published: August 1, 2015
EAGLE — By the fall of 2016, Eagle’s City Market should be a much larger store featuring specialty offerings including an expanded Starbucks shop, a sushi station and a cheese counter.This week, Eagle approved the first steps toward that expansion plan. Now the supermarket chain awaits Colorado Department of Transportation approval of a right-of-way purchase needed for the 15,000 square
Published: August 1, 2015
VAIL — Hawaii — where you can drop seeds on the sidewalk and they’ll grow - legalized medical marijuana dispensaries. Not retail reefer, not yet, anyway.Rep. Della Au Belatti’s (D-Hawaii) bill passed in waning moments of this year’s Hawaii state Legislature allows eight dispensaries in the entire state.A dozen or so Hawaiian lawmakers were among 350 state legislators in Vail
Published: August 1, 2015
EAGLE — The Eagle County Historical Society’s museum complex at Chambers Park in Eagle is looking a little spiffier these days, thanks to some community outreach by BluSky Restoration of Gypsum.During a recent first-time visit to the museum complex with his young family, John Corbin, managing director of the local BluSky operation, noted that the historic train caboose his kids
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Beijing will host the 2022 Winter Olympics.Beijing won the honor over Almaty, Kazakhstan, on Friday, and the two cities were the only candidates.This makes perfect sense.What in the wide, wide world of sports is going on here?These ain’t your father’s OlympicsIssue No. 1 is that the Winter Games have grown up. With skiing, sledding, speed skating, amateur hockey and figure
Published: August 1, 2015
Recently, on a tour of the state-of-the-art Eagle County Material Recovery Facility, I was amazed by a high tech assembly line that sorts out recyclables into different area to be baled and sold for re-use. This combination of lasers, air guns, magnets, conveyor belts, and good ol’ fashioned hard-working people has been a major contribution in increasing our countywide recycling
Published: August 2, 2015
Joan Wareham Flacke, MD, died June 29 in Tucson, Arizona, after a very short illness. Born Dec. 16, 1931, in Evanston, Illinois, daughter of Loyal Delbert Wareham and Alice Cummings, she was 83.Proudly raised in Iowa City, Joan charted her own course, attending Scripps College in Claremont, California. There she received a BA/BS in 1953. Having discovered a fascination with
Published: August 2, 2015
High-powered persons often think of themselves as generals, deploying legions of soldiers to aid in their business, social or personal conquests. Lawyers rank among these kept warriors, serving a critical advisory and advocacy function. The practice is common in the real and imagined criminal underworld, with the attorney as consigliere or dispenser of misguided advice like Sean Penn as David
Published: August 2, 2015
When I was in fourth grade, I wrote an essay on what I wanted to be when I grew up. The year was 1975. Six years earlier, astronauts had made the first landing on the moon. Three years earlier, the crew of Apollo 17 took the iconic photo of earth from space. And each evening at home, I couldn’t wait
Published: August 2, 2015
EAGLE — It sounds like a boatload of money, but $12.1 million doesn’t really stretch that far when its dedicated to the realm of road improvements and slated to last forever.However, the towns of Eagle and Gypsum are poised to take that money and take over responsibility of U.S. Highway 6 as it extends the seven miles through both communities.Earlier
Published: August 2, 2015
VAIL — Work starts Monday on a $100 million expansion and renovation project at Vail Valley Medical Center. The first change most of us will see is how we get into the facility.The first work will come on the west side of the existing facility. That means the existing parking lot will be filled with various construction vehicles and material
Published: August 2, 2015
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Thank you to the person or persons who found my money pouch in the public bathrooms next to the police substation in Vail on July 24. I forgot I had taken off my belt and left the bathroom without it. I realized it wasn’t on me about 45 minutes later and rushed back to the bathroom. The police informed that
Published: August 2, 2015
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Join the Wilderness Workshop on Saturday at 8 a.m. for a hike into the proposed No Name Addition to the Central Mountains Wilderness Proposal, which is near Red Cliff, adjacent to the south east portion of the Holy Cross Wilderness Area, which has retained a high degree of wilderness quality. The hike is free and open to the public. This
Published: August 2, 2015
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Let me get this straight. The town of Vail offers economic incentives to major airlines to have direct summer flights from Texas (Houston and Dallas) in order to promote local tourism. Yet Sunday’s front page headline seemed to celebrate the decline in gasoline prices. Hmmmm, I just wonder what (primary) industry provides the dollars for Texans to be able to
Published: August 2, 2015
The black curtain on the cost of medical services in Colorado is in the process of being lifted. There is a new website, www.comedprice.org, that has been released. It allows health care consumers, which is all of us, to log on and compare the average price for medical services at hospitals in the state of Colorado. The site not only
Published: August 2, 2015
VAIL — What do you get when you put 350 lawmakers from 13 Western states in a room?You get stuff done, is what you get.The Council of State Governments West spent last week in Vail hammering out issues they have in common, which is most issues.Colorado State Sen. Nancy Todd is this year’s Council of State Governments chairman. There’s no
Published: August 2, 2015
EAGLE — For the third time in the past 12 months, members of the Eagle Town Board will be appointing a new member come September.Luis Benetiz, who was elected to the board in 2014, is leaving Eagle to serve as the state’s first director for the newly created Colorado Outdoor Recreation Industry Office. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper announced the appointment
Published: August 2, 2015
EAGLE — Forget everything you know about rum, either as the stuff that gets mixed with Coke or pineapple juice or is swilled by Caribbean pirates. Then, take a sip of Red Canyon Rum on the rocks.The latest concoctions from 808 Distillery — a craft spirits distillery located in the Eagle area — are straight Red Canyon Rum and Red
Published: July 14, 2015
In a town that is proud of its nightlife scene and apres opportunities, the opening of a new bar offers a chance to break out the nice (read: clean) Carhartts and eschew flip flops for an evening to do some reconnaissance. In the case of The Remedy, the new bar at the Four Seasons Resort & Residences Vail, it was
Published: July 7, 2015
EAGLE — When you get right down to it, is there anything more tasty than a truly great hamburger?Chris McKenzie doesn’t think so, and he is betting there are plenty of people out there who will agree with him once they sample the menu at his new restaurant — Expert Burger in Eagle.Expert Burger features craft hamburgers on artisan buns,
Published: July 14, 2015
AVON ­— The second annual Flavors of Colorado festival (www.flavorsofcolorado.com) brings together Colorado-based musicians, chefs, artists, craft brewers and distillers to celebrate and discover all things Colorado. The weekend-long festival starts Friday and goes through Sunday. It is free to attend.The festival is full of entertaining and educational elements all tied back to local artisans and their craft. From food
Published: July 23, 2015
EAGLE — After cooking in kitchens from coast to coast overseeing a wide range of cuisines and working in the kitchens of some of Vail’s most sought-after restaurants, chef Marc Copenhaver has landed at Frost Creek, one of the Vail Valley’s newest dining experiences. Copenhaver serves as executive chef and manages the restaurant, event catering and the wine program at
Published: July 10, 2015
Betty Ford Alpine Gardens continues the popular cooking demonstrations, Chefs in the Gardens, on Thursday from noon to 1 p.m. with Chef Julian Smith from Bol. Smith will explain how to prepare and serve octopus, summer pea soup and a pickled apple crab salad. The cost of the demonstration is $5 and includes a sample of the dishes. Members of
Published: July 22, 2015
Sometimes outsiders notice things that longtime locals overlook. Sometimes they’re right, and sometimes their observations might be a bit inaccurate, but still drive home a good point.When Ben Solomon, aka #VailBen, left town after his time as the winner of Vail’s America’s Best Summer Job contest, he wrote a special “hits and misses” column for this paper. One of his
Published: July 28, 2015
The most dangerous strains of human papillomavirus, which are linked to causing cervical cancer, could be a problem of the past, as more young people get vaccinated against the sexually transmitted infection.According to the Centers for Disease Control, about 79 million Americans are currently infected with HPV and approximately 14 million people become newly infected each year, making it the
Published: August 3, 2015
EDWARDS — The Vail Valley became a little more creative when children’s illustrator Alice Feagan settled here this past winter. Feagan moved here with a vision to spread her love of art and illustrations to future generations. After all, it’s part of her own story. “I have loved art and art making as long as I can remember,” said Feagan.
Published: August 3, 2015
AVON — After a gorgeous sunset on Friday, a phenomenal blue moon rose above the Vail Valley. The BecTri Sprint Triathlon course was ready for racers. The sun rose Saturday and warmed the swimmers who emerged from an open-water swim in Nottingham Lake. Dr. Diane Voytko, who is on the board of the Vail Valley Charitable Fund volunteered on the
Published: August 3, 2015
PARIS — American cyclist Tom Danielson tested positive for synthetic testosterone in an out-of-competition test last month and was immediately suspended by his team on Monday. Danielson, a former teammate of Lance Armstrong, said on Twitter that he did not take any banned substance. “I would never ever take anything like this especially after everything I have gone through the
Published: August 3, 2015
AVON — “All God’s Creatures Large and Small” is the theme of the August art exhibit at the Avon Public Library. The artists of the Vail Valley Art Guild that are exhibiting are Linda Zerangue, Bobbi Br​y​son, Andrew Graham and Andrea Roth Moore. There will be a reception and opportunity to meets the artists at the Avon Library on Aug.
Published: August 3, 2015
With a flash of a smile and witty quips to boot, Bill Irwin has been dazzling audiences across the world stage for over 40 years with his acting, clowning and writing talents. This week, he’ll be taking on a project a little less conventional — joining forces with ballerina Tiler Peck to take on the subject of time in a
Published: August 3, 2015
MOUNT CRESTED BUTTE — Crested Butte’s enduro mountain bike race was to be Will Olson’s last of the season, and for a very good reason: true love. There’s no better reason than that.Instead, it was the last race of Olson’s life. A crash during a Saturday race stage killed him, and organizers canceled Sunday’s final day of competition. Racers instead
Published: August 3, 2015
Editor’s note: This is part I of two parts on the New York Philharmonic’s residency at Bravo! VailVAIL — So was that enough music?The New York Philharmonic put on six concerts in nine days at Bravo! Vail at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater. We transported ourselves geographically from the Americas to Russia and chronologically from the 18th century to the
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