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

Village Talk

Meet the Bagel Lady of Vail Village

Visiting from the East or West Village? Vail Village's very own bagel lady has got your boiled-then-baked fix.

02/10/2017 By Kirsten Dobroth


Bridge Street's Newest Culinary Spot is an Ode to the Alps

Almresi, a newcomer to Vail Village's storied dining scene, dishes up traditional Bavarian-inspired fare in one of Vail's most storied spots.

02/10/2017 By Cindy Hirschfeld


Vail’s Most Decadent Hot Chocolates

Hot chocolate isn't just for kids, especially when it costs $16 a mug.

11/27/2016 Photography by Rebecca Stumpf


Eagle's New Assisted-Living Facility is a Game-Changer for the Valley's Seniors

Eagle’s groundbreaking assisted-living facility gives silver-haired ski bums and their families a chance to grow old together in the valley they call home.

11/22/2016 By Reilly Capps Photography by Rebecca Stumpf


Three Half-Price Dining Deals You Need to try This October

Halve your dinner check (or eat twice as much!) with these off-season bargains.

10/24/2016 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


Chef Kelly Liken Makes a Comeback

At her new restaurant Harvest, one of Vail's most acclaimed chefs keeps it simple.

06/01/2016 By John Lehndorff


Home Remedy

Sea level living at 8000 feet. Thick air comes easy, but you have to be willing to pay for it.

06/01/2016 By Ted Katauskas