EDITOR'S NOTE

Editor Don Berger Says Farewell

It's been quite a ride.

04/15/2016 By Dan Berger

Back bowl

Spirit of the Mountains

The life of Robert “Snuffy” O’Neil, member of the US Army 10th Mountain Division.

03/26/2016 By Devon O'Neil

Village Talk

Village Voices

Part Billy Joel’s Piano Man, part Bill Murray’s Nick the Lounge Singer, the valley’s early-evening entertainers croon hard for their cocoa.

02/10/2016 By Reilly Capps

BEHIND THE SCENES

The Best Jobs in Vail

What are the best jobs in the valley? We got the scoop from eight locals who might have you thinking of a career change.

02/01/2016 By Devon O'Neil Photography by Dominique Taylor

Village Talk

The Hardest Ice Climb in the United States is in Vail

Featuring ice, rock and overhangs, this East Vail testpiece attracts the best in the world.

02/01/2016 By Devon O'Neil

Late Night

The Only Cure for a Hangover That Actually Works

One Edwards doctor has exactly what you need to fix the ravages of last night's excess. For a price.

02/01/2016 By Reilly Capps

Skiing + Snowboarding

World Cup Races are Great—but What About the Olympics?

With rumors once again swirling about a potential Olympics in Denver, could—and should—the downhill of the 2030 Olympic Winter Games be raced in the Vail Valley?

02/01/2016 By Devon O'Neil

Person of Interest

Pinnacle of Success

Meet Chris Anthony, founder of a nonprofit that teaches kids life lessons from Warren Miller films.

02/01/2016 By Ted Katauskas

Village Talk

Avon's Colorado Meat Company is the Valley's First Artisanal Butchery

Nashville’s Sausage King goes whole hog with organic pork and grass fed beef.

11/13/2015 By John Lehndorff

Village Talk

A Riverside Hideaway Marks the Spot for the Valley's Rum Stronghold

Shopping for a locally sourced rum to anchor your top shelf? Follow the river down valley to Dotsero.

11/01/2015 By John Lehndorff

Article

Fallen

A tragic crash during a slopestyle competition last winter left Kailyn Forsberg physically shattered. Now, it’s up to the Eagle teen to rearrange the pieces ...

11/01/2015 By Kelly Bastone Photography by Dominique Taylor

Person of Interest

Ascent of a Man

After summiting Everest six times, what’s next? If you’re former Eagle town board member Luis Benitez, you trade town hall for the state capitol as the gover...

11/01/2015 By Devon O'Neil

Village Talk

Knock, Knock

Who’s there? In Eagle County, a seasonal ski worker seeking affordable housing

11/01/2015 By Reilly Capps

Village Talk

Behind the Scenes at Minturn's Funky Non-Profit Radio Station

Quirky KLNX has spent more than a decade ruling the valley’s rarefied airwaves.

11/01/2015 By Devon O'Neil

Village Talk

The Bonfire Brewing Kegyak is a Barrel of Fun

What do you get when you combine a pony keg with a kayak? One local ponders an underutilized recreational vessel.

06/01/2015 By Ted Katauskas

Beer

Vail Brewing Company Adds Another Tap to the Valley's Burgeoning Beer Scene

With the arrival of Vail Brewing Co., our valley approaches beervana.

06/01/2015 By John Lehndorff

Red, Red, Wine

A Wolcott Winery Offers Wine Enthusiasts a Stomping Good Time

At Vines at Vail Winery, members reap benefits by the barrel.

06/01/2015 By Ted Alan Stedman

Village Talk

Rapid Learning

As Christo readies his next Colorado project, he redefines the meaning of “work of art.”

06/01/2015 By Ted Katauskas

Article

Born in the Valley

From skiwear to custom snowboards and from hot sauce to a bottle of rum: your yo-ho-ho, go-to guide to 32 must-have homegrown brands

02/01/2015 By Kelly Bastone

Person of Interest

From Everest to Edwards

A Nepalese transplant talks about guiding in the Himalaya, living on $1,000 a year and why our local mountains make him feel at home.

02/01/2015 By Ted Katauskas