Fundraiser Tonight to Help Local Fire Victims

It was reported today that an anonymous donor will boost the total from today’s fund-raiser for victims of a Monday fire that destroyed a condominium building in Avon. The donor has pledged to donate and additional $1 for every $2 earned tonight.  The fund-raiser for the fire victims is tonight at the Northside Coffee and - Read More

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Memorial Day “Matchmaking” at Sweet Basil

One of our favorite restaurants, Sweet Basil, is bringing back their Love our Locals special with a new name and fresh new events. “We’re trying something different this year,” said Ross Hamilton, dining room manager at Sweet Basil. “We wanted this spring series to be more of a social gathering rather than a sit down - Read More

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Spring Dining in Vail

In many parts of the world, spring is an exciting time for diners. It means new menus, new ingredients, and a chance to finally dine outside. The same is true here, only in Vail Village, it also means your favorite restaurant may not be open. For chefs like Oliver Philpott, spring can be frustrating. “It’s - Read More

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Trek to Table

Trek to Table Work up an appetite then satisfy your food cravings on a gourmet scale with the Vail Valley Foundation’s inaugural Trek to Table.  Scheduled for July 8, Trek to Table will benefit the overarching arts, athletics and educational mission of the Vail Valley Foundation.  The day will include a nine-mile hike on Arrowhead - Read More

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Spring Cleaning with Martha

There are few rites of spring more satisfying than the annual clean. For many people, however, the pleasure comes only after the work is finished. Your spring cleaning may never become effortless, but you can make the project more manageable —  and even enjoyable. This printable checklist offers an overview of everything you need to - Read More

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Teva Mountain Games

The Summer Teva Mountain Games are the country’s largest celebration of adventure sports, art and music and they return to Vail, May 31 – June 3, 2012. Professional and amateur athletes from around the world converge upon the mountains and rivers of Vail to compete in eight sports and 24 disciplines for more than $100,000 - Read More

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Eagle Voters Remain Split

It doesn’t take much more than a quick trip through Eagle to figure out something’s brewing in the community — with dozens and dozens of colorful yard signs popping up all over private property and public rights of way. Eagle River Station is again before the voters. On Tuesday, May 22, Eagle residents will decide - Read More

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World’s best balancing artists to compete in Vail

For more than a decade, Vail’s Teva Mountain Games has hosted some of the most progressive outdoor sports competitions in the world, from downriver stand-up paddling races, to mountain-bike freeride trials, and now the event lineup includes competitive slacklining. From June 1 to June 3 at the Teva Mountain Games, the world’s top slackliners will - Read More

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Spring Dining in Vail

In many parts of the world, spring is an exciting time for diners. It means new menus, new ingredients, and a chance to finally dine outside. The same is true here, only in Vail Village, it also means your favorite restaurant may not be open. For chefs like Oliver Philpott, spring can be frustrating. “It’s - Read More

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