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There’s nothing that can fulfill an Italian craving quite like a family recipe of vitello picatta, especially when each bite seems to melt in your mouth alongside sips of a bright and structured red rosé wine from Montepulciano. Toscanini has mastered this signature veal and pappardelle dish, but there’s so much on the menu to get excited about. The restaurant
Published: February 8, 2016
Executive chef Bill Greenwood is “showing 25 new people 25 new things” in the kitchen at Beano’s Cabin to get the winter season under way, and the wait staff, many of whom have been at the restaurant for more than a decade, are settling into a familiar groove. Summer at Beano’s was heavily focused on harvesting from the on-site garden
Published: February 8, 2016
Beaver Creek Village | Park Hyatt Plaza 970.949.1660 | HORTONFINEART.COM
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Beaver Creek Village | Park Hyatt Plaza Women’s Clothing 970.949.7733 | qboutiquebeavercreek.com
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Beaver Creek Village | Park Hyatt Plaza 970.748.5001 | tonynewlin.com Providers of Lasting Memories for Our Guests
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Beaver Creek Village | Park Hyatt Plaza 970.949.6036 | paderewskifineart.com Specializing in traditional and contemporary sporting and wildlife artwork.
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Beaver Creek Village | Park Hyatt Plaza 970.748.5001 | tonynewlin.com
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Beaver Creek Village | Park Hyatt Plaza A tradition for over 50 years 970.949.7115 | gorsuch.com
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Vail | 500 East Lionshead circle | 970.476.8083 Scandinavian Gifts and Imported Foods, adult and children’s Tessa clogs and clothing handmade in Vail
Published: February 8, 2016
Kids clothing from the sea to the mountains Vail | SOLARIS | 141 E. Meadow Dr. | 970.470.4380 skipperscoutvail.com | #coolkidsvail
Published: February 8, 2016
The Ski Boot Specialist VAil | 278 hansen Ranch Road | top of bridge street | 970.476.8890 Beaver CreeK | One Beaver Creek | 15 Thomas Place | 970.949.4545 SUREFOOT.COM Specializing in custom ski boots, allowing better fitting and enhanced performance when skiing, Warm and friendly, our staff at Surefoot has a passion for skiing, transcending to exceptional customer service.
Published: February 5, 2016
Vail | 231 Bridge STreet | 970.476.5202 pepisports@pepisports.com
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Specialty Sportswear & Apparel Vail | 30 e. meadow dr. | 970.476.3350 Off Piste “Piste” (pi–st) – N (ski) Run a Pathway Off Piste – off the beaten path. To breakaway from the crowd! To find something fresh and unique.   Sometimes you have to go “off piste.”
Published: February 8, 2016
Vail | 183 Gore Creek Drive | 970.476.4809 ninamclemore.com Designer clothing expertly crafted in the U.S. with luxurious fabrics.   Suitings, better casual and evening in sizes 00 thru18.
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Italian Fashions Vail | on meadow dr. | 970.479.0050 | 970.476.1667 lucabruno.com
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Buy, Sell, Trade Vail | 160 E. Gore Creek Dr. | 970.949.7717 Austin | 2808 Bee Caves rd. | 512.263.3235 SELL925@aol.com
Published: February 8, 2016
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — A reborn Orange Crush might have sent Peyton Manning into retirement with a Super ending to his career. Von Miller and the impenetrable Denver defense harassed Panthers quarterback Cam Newton all game Sunday, and the Broncos made enough big plays for a 24-10 victory, Manning’s 200th and perhaps his last before retirement. He wasn’t the star
Published: February 7, 2016
America has long been a melting pot where people from diverse cultures have assimilated and worked to create better lives for themselves and their children. So instead of preaching diversity, our public schools would make much better use of taxpayer dollars if they focused on making better citizens. C’mon, do we really need school-sponsored activities based on differences such as
Published: February 7, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — The Vail Valley has long battled problems with illegal drugs, both as a trafficking corridor and with usage, but now local law enforcement are working together to create an anti-drug task force that they hope will help combat the problem.The new task force is a combined effort between all of the county’s law enforcement agencies and the
Published: February 7, 2016
I have heard that there are factions in the Legislature who want to cut out the Bustang. Speaking as a senior citizen who no longer drives, I see this as one more case of some wanting to push those of us who are less able or less affluent out of the way. We of older ages need to keep our
Published: February 7, 2016
Let me start by saying that I am an unabashed fan of Eagle-Vail. It is the only neighborhood my wife and I have lived in since moving here in 1998. Our kids have grown up here. From 2006-2012 my company had its office in the Eagle-Vail commercial district and I am pleased that after three-plus years away we are moving
Published: February 7, 2016
EDWARDS — Vail Christian Academy will host two open house events in February. The school offers classes for kindergarten through eighth grade.At the kindergarten open house, guests will tour the school and meet kindergarten teacher Kristen Osborne and Headmaster Beth Raitt. At an open house for kindergarten through eighth grade, families will learn about classical Christian education, hear from Raitt
Published: February 7, 2016
As we officially enter the second half of the winter season, I am reminded of how quickly the weeks and months go by here in the Vail Valley. Both in our personal lives and in business one can easily get sucked in to the routine of the ski season. Our days and weeks start to blend together. Start the week,
Published: February 7, 2016
VAIL — The Upper Eagle Regional Water Authority at its most recent board meeting came a few steps closer to restoring adequate water storage tank capacity in the Avon, Eagle-Vail, and Traer Creek portion of its service area.One item concerned the Mountain Star water storage tank, which has been the subject of much discussion over the last few years among
Published: February 7, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — A proposal to expand wilderness areas around Vail is still percolating in Washington, D.C. Meanwhile, local water officials recently approved a set of guidelines they’d like any potential bill to meet.The board of the Eagle River Water & Sanitation District and the Upper Eagle Regional Water Authority — both of which are public agencies with elected boards
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On the brisk winter evening of Jan. 28 at the Beaver Creek Club, the Vilar Performing Arts Center Guild held its annual A Feast for the Arts event, featuring gourmet tastings from area restaurants. There was an outpouring of gratitude to the talented chefs who gave of their time and talent to support the Vilar Performing Arts Center Guild. A
Published: February 7, 2016
EDWARDS — Lee Industries loves locals and is sharing the love with Slifer Designs, which, in turn, is sharing it with its loyal customers. Most everyone in the Vail area defines him or herself as a local — as in, “I’ve been a local for 24 years.” And with that, many locals look for deals. Being a local will pay
Published: February 7, 2016
EDWARDS — The longest war in our nation’s history has been fought by the smallest military in our nation’s history. The ongoing conflict to defeat terror in the Middle East and elsewhere is also one of the few wars fought without a draft, which allowed the war to endure without having a deep impact on the majority of Americans, only
Published: February 7, 2016
Valentine’s Day falls during Presidents Day weekend this year, which means restaurants up and down the valley will already have their hands full with vacation crowds. But a few brave restaurateurs are still showing Cupid’s holiday some love. We’ve rounded up a few options in case dining out factors into your plans. Avon• Agave (1060 W. Beaver Creek Blvd., 970-748-8666)
Published: February 7, 2016
Giant slalomBeaver CreekFridayBoysTeam results1. Battle Mountain 1641. Evergreen 1643. Nederland 1494. Steamboat Sorings 1405. Summit County 1366. Middle Park 1247. Aspen 1178. Platte Canyon 1169. Eagle Valley 10610. CRMS 10511. Vail Mountain 10212. Clear Creek 8413. Lake County 70Local state qualifiers1 BMH Cook Quintin 1:00.87 5 BMH Vickerman Luke 1:02.7813 BMH Stearns David 1:05.39 14 BMHSchroeder Dutch 1:05.74 21 VMS Marston Theo 1:06.80 23 BMH Sturde Alex 1:06.98
Published: February 6, 2016
OK, let’s get it out of your system.“Omigosh. They killed Kenny.”“Screw you guys, I’m going home.”“Respect my authority.”Feel better? We certainly do, and, with that, Vail Christian basketball took two from South Park on Saturday in nonconference action at the Wheeler Athletic Center in Edwards.Girls win sixth in a rowThe Vail Christian girls, who are far too mature for “South
Published: February 6, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — There are some significant changes coming to the Eagle County Regional Airport. The first starts next week, but is far from the most important.The important change is the recent announcement that American Airlines this year will offer summer service on a nonstop flight from Los Angeles. That Saturday-only flight will run June 4 through Aug. 20.In a
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Are you ready for some football food? Bars and restaurants all around the Vail Valley are preparing menus of shared bites and cocktail specials for the Super Bowl today — go, Broncos! Bol executive chef Julian Smith said the restaurant’s menu is diverse, with bar-style food that is elegant and exciting. They have wings that are jumbo-sized, brined and slowly
Published: February 6, 2016
You may love it. You may hate it. But if you’re like most Americans, you love to hate-watch it.The Super Bowl halftime show, with its bloated production, ludicrous pageantry and random guest performers, has become a time when we all gather around the tube and laugh at pop stars.Think of the gifts it’s bestowed upon the culture in the new
Published: February 6, 2016
GYPSUM — Senior Night for the Eagle Valley girls basketball team brought up memories of buzzer beaters against Rifle, never ending dribbles, pizza, homies and Justin Bieber.“It was very emotional, but you get to play with your best friends — your family,” said senior Raquel Pereida.All six Devils seniors all played a role in the 50-44 Western Slope win against
Published: February 5, 2016
EDWARDS — The return of meaningful February basketball to Battle Mountain was a success in all but one respect.Palisade came away with a 45-42 win against Battle Mountain boys basketball in a meat-grinder of a game.“Obviously we can compete at this level, and that’s a good thing to take out of it,” said Huskies coach Phil Tronsrue, whose team got
Published: February 5, 2016
AVON — The Eagle River Fire Protection District extinguished flames behind the firebox of a wood-burning fireplace in a residence on East Wildridge Road on Thursday. Crews responded to a report of a structure fire in a single-family residence at about 10:30 a.m. and found working flames that had extended inside the wall and up the chimney chase toward the
Published: February 5, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Sunday is the final football game of the season (wipe away that tear), and what better place to cheer on the Broncos against the Carolina Panthers than in Levi’s Stadium, home of Super Bowl 50?While Eagle County is united in orange, some locals are heading to San Francisco this weekend to partake in the Super Bowl festivities.“It’s
Published: February 5, 2016
In a recent column, I wrote about one of our valley’s crown jewels of educational partnerships, the dual-enrollment program. Partnerships such as these can be both effective and sustainable for just about any agency looking for solutions.Another problem that we are wrestling with in our valley is the increased pressure for affordable housing and filling the resort staffing needs every
Published: February 5, 2016
Property owners in Eagle-Vail have suffered a dues increase from $100 a few years ago to $335 now. These dues are not used for common area maintenance because the Eagle-Vail Metropolitan District owns the pool and golf course and Eagle County maintains the roads. I recently learned that the Eagle-Vail Property Owners’ Association board was diverting tens or even hundreds
Published: February 5, 2016
AVON — The Land Title Avon Guarantee Co. office in Avon recently welcomed Cindy Denney to their team as a new closer. Denney has more than 35 years of experience as a closer and said she is excited to work with clients during their real estate transactions in Eagle County.A Colorado and Eagle County native, Denney enjoys spending time with
Published: February 5, 2016
VAIL — Engel & Volkers Vail recently announced that Steve Stavisky has joined the firm in Vail Village. Stavisky moved to Vail in 1991 to work as a ski instructor and has been here ever since. His career in real estate began after four years as the music and drama teacher at Vail Mountain School. Since his transition into real
Published: February 5, 2016
Born near Galveston, Texas, in 1893, Stewart Title Co. is a global real estate services company that has laid roots in the Vail Valley, with office locations in both Edwards and Vail. Kim Risi is the local division president, and she recently took the time to share about their operations with Vail Valley Home: Vail Valley Home: How does Stewart
Published: February 5, 2016
Board: Vail Town Council, Tuesday’s afternoon and evening meetings.Present: Kevin Foley, Jenn Bruno, Kim Langmaid, Jen Mason, Dick Cleveland, Mayor Dave Chapin.Absent: Greg MoffetIssue: A proposal to convert indoor tennis courts at the Vail Cascade Resort & Spa to parking. That proposal was recently approved by town staff.Who they talked to: Since the courts at the Cascade Club are the
Published: February 5, 2016
Under the right set of circumstances, I am not opposed to increasing the loan amount on a particular mortgage. In some instances, I recommended that clients borrow as much as they are able, per lending guidelines and equity requirements. This may contradict much other advice. But when it comes to analyzing what I refer to as good debt vs. bad
Published: February 5, 2016
Dear Joan, I am purchasing a​ very​ nice property in the valley. I made a fair offer, which was accepted, and things were going along well until I was informed that the owner is taking several items that I felt were​ ​attached to the purchase, thus staying with the property. I hate surprise​s,​ and I hate conflict even more​. I
Published: February 5, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Colorado is a place where lots of us are from somewhere else, which means there are plenty of sports loyalties to be found. But first and foremost, Colorado is Denver Broncos country. Here are some of the stories of the team’s Vail Valley fans:The tailgating proShawn Meineke grew up in Aurora, in the Denver area. He went
Published: February 5, 2016
Exclusive decorative pillows and fine linens Avon | 142 Beaver Creek place | 970.949.7166 thelinenkist.com
Published: February 4, 2016
HAIL, CAESAR! | Four-time Oscar-winning filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen (No Country for Old Men, True Grit, Fargo) write and direct “Hail, Ceasar!,” an all-star comedy set during the latter years of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Starring Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson and Jonah Hill, “Hail, Ceasar!” follows a single day in the life
Published: February 5, 2016
Tucked just inside the gates of Beaver Creek, Mirabelle might be a place you’ve passed by countless times on your way up the hill to ski. But hidden behind this farmhouse façade is a fine dining destination that houses lots of cozy, classic charm. With exquisite European cuisine and some Colorado flair, the restaurant captures flavors that food and wine
Published: February 5, 2016
People’s Blues of Richmond brings a carnival-like mayhem to its dark, blues-infused psychedelic music. The duo will play Agave in Avon on Saturday, Feb. 6. Word is starting to spread about the manic intensity of co-founders and lifelong friends Tim Beavers (lead guitar, vox) and Matt Volkes (bass, vox) and their live performances, as they burn up the road in
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A TOY STORE WITH FLARE AVON | 240 CHAPEL PLACE STE. B112 | 970.845.0456 Wishes Toy Store is 3600 square feet of fun and beyond. Specializing in toys, games and books for every age. We offer a great selection of clothing by Desigual, Mini Young Fabulous & Broke, Oilily Bags, Mimi & Maggie and so many more.
Published: February 5, 2016
Your local stop for health & wellness Edwards | 105 Edwards Village blvd. | 970.569.4150 Vail Valley Pharmacy has the perfect concoction for women, men, infants, kids, dogs, cats or even the occasional turtle.
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Dave Drew had only two tasks to accomplish while his parents left him home alone for the week of their Cape Cod vacation: mow the lawn and keep Rex from eating Itty-Bit.Dave was to be a high school senior, Rex was his spotted large mutt, and Itty-Bit was an elderly white toy poodle owned by their neighbors, Mr. and Mrs.
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Creating Inspired Living spaces Edwards | 216 Main St. Ste C-100 | 970.926.8200 Our retail showroom, located in Edwards, is a destination unto itself, stocked with stylish home furnishings and accessories, gifts for the home, the hostess and special occasions. Our award-winning retail staff provides custom design services to help make your house into a home.
Published: February 5, 2016
Arts, Gifts and Other Cool Stuff Edwards | 0105 Edwards Village Blvd., #c 101 | 970.845.7650 With Puzzles, greeting cards, children’s art kits and a variety of other great art-related gifts, art is alive and well at Scully’s in Edwards.
Published: February 5, 2016
Serving the valley since 1972 Avon | 810 Nottingham rd. | 970.949.5390 ruggsbenedict.com
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LADIES APPAREL & GIFTS AVON | 240 CHAPEL PLACE NO. 126 | 970.949.4400 Visit Pinecones at Chapel Square in Avon where we  “Elevate Your Mountain Style…”
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Sportswear Edwards | Riverwalk | 137 Main st. ste c103w | 970.855.0340 ppfrun.com
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Love — that heady, heart-swooning feeling at the core of a country song, the sweet nothings whispered on the chairlift. Who doesn’t love falling in love? Many people move to Vail from all around the world and fall in love with the summer, the winter and their soul mates. When you live in a place you love, you discover like-minded
Published: February 5, 2016
1. “Sustainable Edge,” by Scott Ford.2. “Mad Genius: A Manifesto,” by Randy Gage.3. “Catching the Sky,” by Colten Moore.4. “The Old Man and the Sea,” by Ernest Hemingway.5. “Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up,” by Marie Kondo.6. “What Really Matters,” by Karen Wyatt.7. “Elephantastic,” by Michael Engler.8. “Fates and Furies,” by Lauren Groff.9. “We are Called to Rise,” by Laura McBride.10.
Published: February 5, 2016
VAIL — To celebrate National Heart Month, the Vail Vitality Center is offering a series of packages for the month of February. Getting to the Heart of It• Private outdoor coaching session with Ellen Miller.• One heart-rate monitor by Polar, with instruction from Miller.• One 50-minute Magnesium Wellness massage.• One private yoga session.• One additional day pass for the Vail
Published: February 5, 2016
AVON — Walking Mountains Science Center and the Eagle Valley Library District have partnered to bring an inspiring lineup of authors, explorers and local celebrities to the Eagle Valley beginning Presidents Day weekend and continuing through early April. The mission of the High Country Speaker Series is to encourage environmental awareness, inspire positive relationships with the natural world and create
Published: February 5, 2016
As I drove away from my office yesterday, I thought to myself, I really love my profession because I love to make a difference in the lives of pets and their owners on a daily basis. This particular day was relevant because I was able to provide dental care for a cat who was obviously going to suffer from the
Published: February 5, 2016
The Vail Ale House in West Vail welcomes Tatanka, pictured here, and Sun-Dried Vibes on Saturday, Feb. 6. Tatanka encapsulates the heavy roots rumble of the Caribbean, while maintaining the pop sensibilities of the dance-oriented electronic sounds from the Britannica-American reggae scenes. Sun-Dried Vibes provide a fresh twist on the reggae-rock genre with their high-energy live performances, where they crank
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Furniture, Home Accessories and Interior Design Avon | 142 Beaver Creek Place | 970.949.0153
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Quality Rugs, Antiques, Home Accessories Edwards | Riverwalk | 216 Main Street | 970.926.3401 Nomadiccollection.com For more than two decades the Nomadic Collection has provided the Vail Valley with the largest selection of high quality, hand made antique and new rugs, rug washing and repair as well as unique home accents.
Published: February 5, 2016
HOME FURNISHINGS | ACCESSORIES | DESIGN  CURRENT | TIMELESS | SUBLIME GYPSUM | 150 F. COOLEY MESA RD. | 970.328.9290   
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GUIDE OWNED ANGLER APPROVED MINTURN | 102 MAIN STREET | 970.827.9500 MINTURNANGLERS.COM The premier full service, locally owned and operated, year-round,   fly fishing shop in the Valley. Our guides and staff are here to make your fly fishing and hunting experience an unforgettable one.
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italian food market Minturn | 23698 hwy. 24, ste b1 | 970.827.5603 Italian Gift Baskets for any occasion and for the Holidays! Choose your favorites to create your own special basket of authentic Italian food and complete your gift with traditional hand painted pottery or an Italian cookbook!
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Shopping, Retail, & beyond lionshead village | 610 w. lionshead circle, ste. 2 | 970.476.3223 Locally owned, the Lionshead General Store has everything you are looking for. From groceries, necessities, fun gifts, games, toys and souvenirs. A one-stop shop for everyone.
Published: February 5, 2016
EDWARDS — Thursday night was the undercard.Tonight is the main event.Battle Mountain boys basketball took care of business on Thursday night in Edwards, dispatching Summit County, 54-44, setting up tonight’s showdown with Palisade with second place in the 4A Slope on the line.“In the past, it’s a struggle to get out of the cellar,” Huskies coach Phil Tronsrue said. “A
Published: February 4, 2016
Peter Looms, of Taos, New Mexico, formerly of Vail and Denver, passed away on Jan. 3 after a brief illness. He was 88.Born in Denver to Laura Doub Looms and the late George Looms, he attended East High School, the Colorado School of Mines and the University of Colorado at Boulder, earning a degree in architectural engineering in 1951. He
Published: February 4, 2016
I recently read the commentary “Dangerous snowboarders” in the Vail Daily. First, I know the commentary wasn’t Vail Daily’s view. The commentary was put in by an upset citizen and approved by Vail Daily. I was pretty upset by this commentary as a snowboarder, but I am hoping my perspective will be given as much attention as this guy’s was.
Published: February 4, 2016
We have been property owners in Eagle-Vail for 32 years and, like so many of our good neighbors, love the location and the open space. We are continually frustrated that, on a fairly regular basis, the majority of the property owners have to stand together to stop the “special interest minority” from imposing another of their costly pet projects on
Published: February 4, 2016
I am a 61-year-old skier and snowboarder, and in my 46 years on the slopes I have been run into only once, by a skier. You propose designating separate areas for snowboarders (Letters to the Editor, Monday’s Vail Daily). I find it hard to believe that if your best friend was a snowboarder, you would prefer never being on the
Published: February 4, 2016
In response to the letter regarding collisions on the hill, I personally was hit by a snowboarder at Breckenridge and had to have shoulder surgery with a two-season recovery time. A friend, an ex-patroller, was hit from behind at Vail and is still recovering. In reading the Summit Daily, a woman was hit at Keystone and suffered seven broken ribs
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This is in response to the tiresome argument penned by M. Kell in a recent Vail Daily letter stating that snowboarders are a “clear and present danger.” I’m sorry that the author of the letter was hit and injured, but they are not going to get too far in amassing support to “address this danger” by placing blame on only
Published: February 4, 2016

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