October 18, 2018 — Enjoy skiing and riding this weekend! While you're finding all your gear, see if any of it is worthy of the 49th annual Vail Ski Swap. Or take part in charitable events like the Walk to End Alzheimer's, Breast Cancer Awareness Month events or shop at the Habitat ReStore's popular pop-up shop to support Habitat for Humanity.
October 16, 2018 — Which brew is right for you? Seasonal beers provide an opportunity to try something new. From cider beers infused with peaches to Oktoberfest beer collaborations, there's something for everyone.
September 30, 2018 — If you were anywhere near the Stratton Flats construction site in Gypsum on Sept. 29 you probably saw plenty of ladies clad in pink t-shirts swinging hammers, operating power tools and assembling trusses. It was all part of Diva Day, a women’s volunteer day at Habitat for Humanity sponsored by Thrivent Financial.
September 16, 2018 — Although hiking seems pretty simple, the Colorado Tourism Office (CTO) and the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics wants to make sure that everyone is enjoying the outdoors while also following a set of principles aimed at guiding travelers to show care for the state’s water, land and wildlife while helping protect special Colorado places.
September 4, 2018 — Brandon Bigalke from the White Bison in Vail Village calls their frozen slushy machine their “most efficient employee”, and for good reason, this machine has been busy cranking out gallons of their most popular summer drink, the Frose, a rose wine slush drink.
August 28, 2018 — Need to bring an appetizer to a friend or neighbor’s party this Labor Day? Don’t fret, these easy to prepare chorizo and shrimp skewers won’t take long to make and will certainly impress all the guests.
August 26, 2018 — Women Thriving. Colorado Rising. That is just one motto embraced by the Women’s Foundation of Colorado, whose mission is to create a future where Colorado women and girls of every background and identity prosper.
August 19, 2018 — Have you traveled over to Ford Park and the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens lately? If your answer is yes, then you most likely have seen the large stick structures that look like they are swaying in the wind. These mysterious shapes are made out of locally foraged willows and are the handiwork of sculptor Patrick Dougherty and his team of volunteers.
August 14, 2018 — There are plenty of energy drinks and bars, gels and blocks to fuel you, but why grab something that is engineered when you can get a boost from real, whole food nourishment? Recipes from the “Feed Zone” series of cookbooks replace highly processed foods.