You may think you need an art degree to pull this off, but decorating cookies-and making them look good-can be achieved by following a few simple steps.
Visits from Santa, tree lighting ceremonies and Revely Vail will put everyone into the holiday spirit.
If you've been asked to bring drinks to the Thanksgiving feast, here are a few ideas for types of wine, beer and more.
Here's where to celebrate Turkey Day in the Vail Valley.
Beaver Creek opens early, Revely Vail kicks off the holidays, disco returns to the ice rink and more: Tricia’s weekend picks 11/22/19
Beaver Creek will open for the season earlier than expected and events to get you into the holiday spirit will be happening in Vail and Edwards.
Seatings for brunch are at 9 and 10:30 a.m. and include catered dishes from Iverson's cookbook as well as a copy of "Ski Town Brunch."
It's Friendsgiving time! Let the feasting begin with a brunch at the Bookworm of Edwards with "Ski Town Brunch" this Thursday.
Elevate your side dish this Thanksgiving. It may be a healthier version, but this green bean casserole still has that crispy and crunchy topping like the original.
More ski resorts open in Summit County this weekend. The Vail Nordic Ski Swap happens and get your holiday shopping done at artwalks and holiday craft markets in Eagle.
A new night, new venue, and giveaways from Fjallraven are just a few things you'll find at the 8th annual Walking Mountains Sustainable Film Series.
Take in a concert at the Vilar, continue the Halloween parties or see a brand new ski movie shot entirely in Colorado. There's still plenty to do during the off season in the Vail Valley.
Can you guess if Colorado is Team "Love It" or "Hate It?"
Slip in some of these healthier snacks during the Halloween candy frenzy on Thursday.
Halloween isn't just for kids, adults can have some fun doing arts and crafts at Pinots and Pumpkins, a painting event at Alpine Arts Center.
Freshen up your cocktail recipe with the natural flavors of these tonics and shrubs.
EAGLE — If Grand Ave. Grill had been a human child instead of a business baby, it would be time to start planning for a graduation party. For 17 years now, the Eagle eatery has...
You wouldn't believe how many states actually like candy corn.
Kevin Clair of Sweet Basil received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Colorado Restaurant Association
The Colorado Restaurant Association awarded the honors at a ceremony on Oct. 15.
Skiing is now available in Summit County, Underground Sound continues at the Vilar and area businesses are raising money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Have you had Deck Daze or Pete’s Stash?