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Past articles by Kimberly:

Preservation Hall Jazz Band celebrates 60 years

Preservation Hall Jazz Band performed at the Vilar Performing Arts Center when it first opened in 1998, so it’s fitting that the band, which celebrates its 60th anniversary, is also playing during VPAC’s 25th year.... → Read More

A look at the Vilar’s future

After 25 years of success, the question becomes: What does the future hold for the Vilar Performing Arts Center? While executive director Owen Hutchinson admits you never really know what the future is going to... → Read More

Refreshed mountain chalet in Vail Village

Just as Vail was taking root as a ski resort, Ted and Nancy Kindel moved from Michigan to the Rocky Mountain town, which had a population of less than a hundred. With no school, doctor... → Read More

A look back on the founding of VPAC

As the Vilar Performing Arts Center celebrates its 25th anniversary, it seems like the underground venue was always meant to be designed under the ice rink. But a quarter century ago, the idea of building... → Read More

Bindlestiff Family Cirkus performs at VPAC Tuesday

The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus brings its magic to the Vilar stage Tuesday as artists perform stunning feats. “One of the beauties of Bindlestiff is that we pull from a variety of traditions and cultures and... → Read More

Bringing East Coast deli style to Edwards Riverwalk

Want to know where the locals go for breakfast and lunch? At Boardroom Market & Deli, you’re likely to run into several longtime locals, a smattering of in-the-know visitors and perhaps even extreme skiing champ... → Read More

Vail Valley designers talk home décor

The holidays give us an excuse to dazzle our home with lights and sparkles, but once we pack up the décor for another year, we’re still left with winter, which can cause a bit of... → Read More

Leading professor Lisa Randall talks about the latest in physics at Vail Symposium

Thursday evening, one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World, Lisa Randall, will discuss her research in dark matter, possible extra dimensions in space and the large hadron collider (LHC), the world’s... → Read More

Parsons Dance delivers stunning performance at Vilar

David Parsons, artistic director of Parsons Dance, aims to open audiences to the wonders of dance, and that’s exactly what he did Thursday night at the Vilar Performing Arts Center. The company, known for its... → Read More

Bob’s Place celebrates 30th season in Avon

In 1970, Bob Doyle moved to Denver from New York, where he was studying engineering at West Point, to follow his passion for the restaurant business. After seven years of managing seven sub sandwich shops... → Read More

Layers upon Layers at Vail International Gallery

Just as the earth’s geological formations present a layered landscape, so, too, do Sarah Winkler’s acrylic works. She mimics the process of erosion by applying paint onto wood panels, then sanding layer after layer. Sometimes,... → Read More

Branford Marsalis Quartet plays Vilar Friday

Grammy-award winner Branford Marsalis brings his contemporary sounds to the stage in the form of the Branford Marsalis Quartet Friday night. The saxophonist is one of the most influential contemporary musicians whose breadth ranges from... → Read More

Q&A: Aaron Winberry of Independence Realty

Aaron Winberry is a Realtor® with Independence Realty. After living in Vail for seven years, he moved to Leadville, allowing him to cater to a wide range of clients, whether they’re looking for luxury second... → Read More

Deca + Bol’s metropolitan mountain culture

When you’re looking for a contemporary dining menu and big city atmosphere within a European-styled alpine village, Deca + Bol is the place where metropolitan dining meets mountain culture. Deca + Bol combines upscale, flavorful... → Read More

Catching up with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy before VPAC performance

Thirty years ago, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy named themselves after an autograph by blues legend Albert Collins, and since then, they’ve definitely made their mark, from television and movies to the Super Bowl. The band... → Read More

A home with a view: New glass technology allows for bigger, better windows in the Rockies

The splendor of nature inspires us to live in the mountains, so sometimes it seems counterintuitive that homes built more than 20 years ago didn’t accentuate the mountain views as much as they do today.... → Read More

Leonora’s alpine-inspired cuisine in Vail Village

Dining at Leonora brings an evening of exploration and unexpected delights. Inspired by cuisine from the French Alps, Spanish Pyrenees and, of course, the Colorado Rockies, Leonora takes you on a sensual experience, from... → Read More

Letting flavors shine at Gessner in West Vail

Simple, fresh and good: That’s the philosophy of Gessner Restaurant’s Executive Chef Pascal Coudouy. “Simple is when you read a menu and you understand what’s on the menu; simple is the right cooking technique and... → Read More

Film screening, discussion on skiing and mental health in Beaver Creek on Tuesday

After the Padillas lost their 15-year-old son to suicide, the family made it their mission to help ensure that Jack Padilla’s memory was not forgotten, and they try to save some lives along the way.... → Read More

The Gashouse celebrates its 40th anniversary

When Frank Gifford gives not just one, but multiple unsolicited shoutouts to a Vail Valley restaurant during Monday Night Football broadcasts for no other reason than he simply loves it, you know it has to... → Read More