Town Talk for February 14 |

Town Talk for February 14

Vail, CO Colorado
Steven, Val, Scott, Eric and Brian pose in the glow of the Gore Range, just before sunset. A fantastic hour of tubing ensued at Adventure Ridge followed by a delicious dinner at Bistro 14, all at 10,000 feet.

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To Rita, happy Valentine’s Day. Love, Paul.

Local jazz musicians Brian Loftus and Tony Gulizia perform in the bar at Larkspur Restaurant in Golden Peak every Monday at apres ski!

Big shout out and lots of love to the St. Clair’s/Vail Christian Academy girls basketball team and its awesome coaches! Way to hustle, girls! Other teams had a full bench of subs and you had only one available at any time. You really dug deep all season long and played like champions at every game! So proud of our Mustangs!

Come down to the Alehouse in West Vail today for the free concert series featuring Skin the Rabbit with special guest Katlyn Dawn on vocals and ukulele performing a Valentine’s Day “Rasta Rabbit” set. The show starts at 10 p.m.

Get a “Bubbles for Boobs” – a 12 oz., house-infused raspberry Hanger One Vodka, fresh lemon, mint, peychauds bitters, topped with soda – at Bol today to support the Vail Breast Cancer Awareness Group’s “Strike Out Breast Cancer” event.

Not exactly feeling the love this Valentine’s Day? Join us in Fireside Lounge for the perfect anti-Valentine’s Day! Specialty “Dagger through the Heart” cocktail and “Bleeding Heart” hard-shell tacos round out the offerings that do not come in courses or paired with bubbles.

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