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Walking Mountains Science Center to talk wildlife biology

August 20, 2018 — The Eagle River Valley is home to a myriad of species of wildlife including the charismatic megafauna that symbolize the American West. The black bear, mountain lion, lynx, moose, bighorn sheep and many other mammals share the southern Rocky Mountains that we also call home.

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The Movie Guru: Mark Whalberg and “Mile 22” both disappointing

August 20, 2018 — I love action movies from the bottom of my heart, which just means it's that much more disappointing when I have to watch a terrible one. "Mile 22" is the cinematic equivalent of those people who think they're clever but are really just annoying, the

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History, with a side of show, with Porchlight Players Tabor Opera House benefit

August 19, 2018 — The Tabor Opera House was built in an era when silver barons ruled and legendary performers such as Oscar Wilde, Buffalo Bill and Harry Houdini actually basked in the stage's limelight. But this coming weekend — Saturday, Aug. 25, and Sunday, Aug. 26 — The

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(Photos) Puttin’ on the Ritz supports Canine Companions for Independence Vail chapter ‘4 paws at a time’

August 17, 2018 — On Aug. 12, during a beautiful late summer evening, at the Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch, a group of canine lovers came together in support of assistance dogs. The Puttin' on the Ritz Gala raised funds for the Vail Valley Chapter of Canine Companions for Independence, which

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The Movie Guru: ‘Mile 22’

August 17, 2018 — I love action movies from the bottom of my heart, which just means it's that much more disappointing when I have to watch a terrible one. "Mile 22" is the cinematic equivalent of those people who think they're clever but are really just annoying, the

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Top 5 things to do around the Vail Valley this weekend

August 16, 2018 — The weekend around Vail includes Colorado Classic professional cycling events, Vail Farmers' Market's final Farm to Table Dinner and more.

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In addition to a lifetime as the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin leaves a powerful civil rights legacy

August 16, 2018 — Aretha Franklin, who was born and rose to fame during the segregation era and went on to sing at the inauguration of the first black president, often used her talent, fortune and platform to inspire millions of black Americans and support the fight for racial

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UpLift brings pastor Levi Lusko, musicians Jordan Feliz and Hollyn to Vail

August 15, 2018 — VAIL — UpLift presents pastor Levi Lusko, Jordan Feliz and Hollyn at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater during Labor Day weekend on Sunday, Sept. 2, at 5:30 p.m. This is the fifth annual UpLift event, put together by local churches working together and featuring world-class

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From choir to concerts: Robert Randolph’s musical journey

August 15, 2018 — Everyone is familiar with gospel music, but how many have really, truly listened to it? Growing up, Robert Randolph had no other option. He spent much of his younger years exposed only to music that was performed in his church in New Jersey, and more

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Vail-Beaver Creek Restaurant Week to return

August 15, 2018 — VAIL — The $20.18 Vail-Beaver Creek Restaurant Week is back for a sixth year. This year will continue to engage those both living locally and those exploring Vail Valley the week of Sept. 28 to Oct. 7. The event, hosted by the Vail Chamber and

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An energetic art

August 15, 2018 — As a tumble of colorful, jersey-clad cyclists pummel the streets of Vail Village and Vail Pass during the Colorado Classic, an energetic, color-smitten David V. Gonzales will be celebrating cycling by live-painting at the event's Expo. The artist behind the Classic's official poster, Gonzales is

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Walking Mountains Science Center Hike of the Week: Big Park via Stagg Gulch, Squaw Creek trails

August 15, 2018 — Editor's note: This story first appeared in the Weekly magazine, on stands every Friday. Trail Name: Big Park via Stagg Gulch and Squaw Creek trails. Mileage: 10 mile loop using Stagg Gulch and Squaw Creek trails or 7 miles out and back using Stagg Gulch.

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Walking Mountains Science Center Hike of the Week: Big Park via Stagg Gulch, Squaw Creek trails

August 15, 2018 — Editor's note: Peter Suneson manages the backcountry hiking and snowshoeing programs at Walking Mountains Science Center. A native of Oklahoma, he enjoys exploring local trails and will write a weekly column during the summer. For more information, visit http://www.walkingmountains.org. Trail Name: Big Park via Stagg

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Photographer Jon Sheppard’s exhibit on display at the Vail Public Library

August 15, 2018 — VAIL — Jon Sheppard has always been addicted to adventure, and tends to see the world as a big ol' beautiful playground. His photos reflect that, and in his award-winning books he shares insights, stories and photography. You can take a stroll through Sheppard's world

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15 ways to entertain kids while vacationing in Vail

August 14, 2018 — Vail has plenty to do to keep kids entertained, including fun parks, playgrounds, mini golf, an Imagination Station and more.

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The Movie Guru: Constance Wu shines in fantastic “Crazy Rich Asians”

August 14, 2018 — It's an old-school romance for a new generation. "Crazy Rich Asians," opening this Wednesday, is exactly the kind of big, splashy romance Hollywood hasn't given us for far too long. It's also hilarious and wonderfully emotional, with gorgeous visuals and standout performances by Constance Wu

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Larkspur Dining offereing culinary and dining classes and events

August 14, 2018 — Larkspur is adding to its culinary offerings with a "Top Chef" experience featuring a cooking demonstration and competition. Participants will present their culinary skills in a demonstration of one selected starter and entree. Participants will be divided into teams to create a dish with variations

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Landscape Logic: Did you know there’s still time to plant?

August 14, 2018 — Late summer and early fall provide us with a great time to add plants in our yards. Most of the real heat of summer is behind us – or will be soon. Irrigation systems will still be watering for a couple more months to keep

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Inside the Vail Jazz Festival: The joy of discovering Akiko

August 14, 2018 — One of the great joys of my life has been "discovering" jazz musicians. As a listener, I find myself simultaneously moving in two directions – backward in time, discovering many of the jazz greats that are no longer with us, as well as forward in

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Red Cliff welcomes Creative Industries Arts & Crafts Fair

August 14, 2018 — A new Town of Red Cliff Community Event is being aimed at showcasing local talented artists. In conjunction with the Red Cliff Cemetery Tour, a wide variety of artists will be showcased at the first annual event. More information on the event and registration fees

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