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


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


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


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


Fun & Free: Week of July 11

Keep your wallet in your pocket! Fun & Free stuff to do that won't cost a nickle!

07/11/2016 Edited by Tom Winter

4th of July

Fireworks, Flowers, Festivals and Fun: How to Celebrate Vail’s 4th Of July in 2017

What to do, what to watch and where to be to get the most out of this year's 4th of July festivities.

06/28/2016 Edited by Kirsten Dobroth


Local Music in the Key of Free

Mark your calendars—this season's lineup of free summer concerts is hot.

06/01/2016 Edited by Tom Winter


Local Artist Transforms Walls by Animating Them

If walls could talk, Bonnie Norling Wakeman's creations would have plenty of stories of their own.

06/01/2016 By Reilly Capps


The Banksy of Vail Village

An interview with the eclectic muralist who painted some of Vail’s most prominent and iconic public art.

02/01/2016 By Reilly Capps


Lion in Winter

A scion of sculpture skilled in celestial navigation finds his way as an artist.

11/01/2015 By Ted Katauskas


Scenic Drive

A surveyor turned landscape painter recalibrates the market for local art.

06/01/2015 By Reilly Capps


Candy Cowgirl

Like the skiers she celebrates for 2015, Carrie Fell carves an edge as the World Champs' official artist.

11/01/2014 By Ted Katauskas


Picture Perfect

A shutterbug’s guide to the valley’s most photo-worthy holiday experiences

11/01/2014 By Kelly Bastone


Artist At Play

The One-of-a-Kind Mastermind Behind Lionshead's New Art Park

02/01/2014 By Ted Katauskas


Trumpet Blast

A quarter-century after leaving the stage, a classical musician revels in his new role: Managing Bravo! Vail.

06/01/2013 By Stewart Oskenhorn


The Dog Whisperer: How One Lady Spoke To My Dog And Told Me What He Was Really Thinking

Our editor takes a turn with an “animal communicator”

06/01/2013 By Ted Katauskas


Curtain Call

As Bravo! turns 25, the festival’s founder looks back and takes a final bow.

06/01/2012 By Andy Stonehouse


Vail Valley Arts & Culture 2012

Gradual growth has helped The Bookworm put down solid roots, and  Carrie Fell knows how to romance people back to their most authentic selves.

02/01/2012 By Kimberly Nicoletti and Don Berger


Studio Audience

The creative process goes public at Walt Horton Fine Art

11/01/2011 By Andy Stonehouse