Award Winning

Winners from the Bookworm of Edwards' Annual Writing Contest Share Their Work

The Bookworm of Edwards named the winners of its annual Children's Writing Contest, and we've compiled samples of the top entries.

04/13/2017 By Vail-Beaver Creek Staff

Weekend Agenda

Weekly Planner: Vail Film Festival Edition

From world premier screenings to panels on women in the film industry, we've broken down the weekend for you to catch all the action at this year's Vail Film Festival.

03/28/2017 By Vail-Beaver Creek Staff

Lights, Camera, Action!

Seven Snapshots From This Year's Vail Film Festival

This year's Vail Film Festival celebrates women filmmakers, so we chatted with five from this year's festival about their films, and the need for strong female voices in the industry.

03/26/2017 By Kirsten Dobroth

First Class

Paper Goods from the Vail Valley with Love

In the (boring) world of Vail Valley postcards, Mountain Girl Paper Company offers a fresh take on mountain living through a local's lens.

03/25/2017 By Kirsten Dobroth

Book Club

Five March Must Reads from the Bookworm of Edwards

The Bookworm staff is on-hand to navigate the sea of must-reads for the month of March.

02/28/2017 By Kirsten Dobroth

Laugh Out Loud

A Q&A With Comedian Paula Poundstone

A funny phone coversation with the HBO star, author and cat hoarder before her Feb 16 performance at the Vilar.

02/12/2017 By Kirsten Dobroth

Vibe

Far Eastern-Inspired Art Finds a Place in Vail Village

From the frigid steppes of Mongolia to the heated streets of Vail Village, a gallerist’s quest to bring Asian art to the West.

02/10/2017 By Ted Katauskas Photography by Rebecca Stumpf

Local History

A Lasting Tribute to Vail's Founder

Will Vail founder Pete Seibert finally earn a permanent place on the podium of local history?

02/10/2017 By Kirsten Dobroth

Vibe

Vail-Based Photographer Uses Old-School Techniques to Capture Current Images

Film vs. Digital what captures more visual information?

01/24/2017 Edited by Ted Katauskas

Arts + Culture

Kick off the New Year with a Classic Vail Itinerary

Check out some of the Vail Valley's most classic happenings for the New Year.

01/05/2017 By Kirsten Dobroth

Vibe

Vail Mountain Through the Lens of Legendary Filmmaker Roger Brown

A documentary captures the magic that makes the mountain.

12/27/2016 By Stewart Oksenhorn

Arts + Culture

A Down-To-Earth Vail Valley Cowboy is an Unlikely Fine Artist

Professional rodeo and contemporary art collide in one of Vail's most unusual locals.

12/13/2016 By Reilly Capps

People

Action Sports Meets Still Life at Bo Bridges' Bridge Street Gallery

"The World's Most Badass Photographer" traveled the world only to come back to Vail Village, where his gallery hosts an event for this week's Burton US Open.

11/22/2016 By Geoff Mintz Photography by Bo Bridges Edited by Kirsten Dobroth

Weekly Planner

The Agenda: Week of November 14

A watery presentation, Breck and Keystone opening days, and delicious beer pairings at Crazy Mountain make this an exciting week in the Vail Valley.

11/15/2016 By Tom Winter

Weekly Planner

The Agenda: Week of November 7

A trashy tour, two great charity events and the chance to feel like a kid again at the Dobson Ice Arena combine for an interesting and fun week in the Vail Valley.

11/07/2016 By Tom Winter

Weekly Planner

The Agenda: The Week of October 31

An amazing free multimedia presentation by one of Colorado's best landscape photographers is complemented by a nice variety of concerts as we slide into November.

10/31/2016 By Tom Winter

Weekly Planner

The Agenda: Week of October 24

A Spanish wine tasting, lessons in scarecrow construction, open mic night and an evening with K Phillips make this a week that's much more than Halloween parties and free candy.

10/24/2016 Edited by Tom Winter

Vibe

The Cold and Creative World of an Ice Sculptor

Wolcott sculptor Paul Wertin thrives when working conditions are at their harshest.

10/05/2016 With Shauna Farnell

Deals

Fun & Free: Week of August 26

Two Hall of Fame musical acts on one stage, a one-woman show, and the classic fall celebration known as Oktoberfest highlight this week's best free activities.

08/30/2016 Edited by Tom Winter

Deals

Fun & Free: Week of July 18

Our picks of the best free activities for the week, from concerts to movies to more.

07/18/2016 Edited by Tom Winter