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U.S. Ski & Snowboard and Stifel Financial team up

Skiing fast and making it to the podium takes more than just training, it takes financial backing to support the athletes and their goals. Stifel Financial just inked a deal with U.S. Ski & Snowboard... → Read More

Meet Your Chef: Adam Weinberger of Double Diamond Chefs

Editor’s Note: The Vail Daily is showcasing area chefs in a new series called “Meet Your Chef” so you can learn a bit more about those creating art in the kitchen. If you’re a local... → Read More

Meet Your Musician: Johnny Schleper

Editor’s Note: The Vail Daily is showcasing area musicians in a series called “Meet Your Musician” so you can learn a bit more about the voices behind the tunes. If you’re a local musician and... → Read More

Avon man in Guinness World Records for grinding Beaver Creek ski rail

Dave Schaut was just doing what he loved, riding rails at Beaver Creek’s terrain park, when someone presented him with a challenge: be the oldest man in the Guinness World Records to grind a rail.... → Read More

Be wine wise at Thanksgiving

You may have gotten out of making the turkey, but now you’ve been tasked with an unlikely difficult job: picking the wines for the Thanksgiving table. Don’t take this task lightly. It’s not as easy... → Read More

Meet Your Chef: Pascal Coudouy at Grand Hyatt Vail

Editor’s Note: The Vail Daily is showcasing area chefs in a new series called “Meet Your Chef” so you can learn a bit more about those creating art in the kitchen. If you’re a local... → Read More

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch meets Vail Christian students

The students at Vail Christian High School had a special guest join their American Government class on Nov. 1. Neil Gorsuch, associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, paid a virtual visit... → Read More

‘Mission Mt. Mangart’ film creates unexpected connections

This Veterans Day, it is fitting that it’s also Vail Mountain’s Opening Day. Vail was founded by two veterans, Earl Eaton, who was an engineer in the U.S. Army, and Pete Seibert, who was in... → Read More

Meet Your Chef: Adrienne Sirianni-Cavallario of Roam

Editor’s Note: The Vail Daily is showcasing area chefs in a new series called “Meet Your Chef” so you can learn a bit more about those creating art in the kitchen. If you’re a local... → Read More

Battle Mountain Players present ‘The Twelve Huntsmen’

It’s fall production time. Many area schools have been working on musicals and plays over the past few months and now it’s time to showcase their efforts. The Battle Mountain Players are bringing “The Twelve... → Read More

Miller & Lux coming to Vail for the winter season

Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail is excited to announce a winter takeover of Flame Restaurant by Food Network star and cookbook author, Tyler Florence and his highly acclaimed Miller & Lux restaurant for the... → Read More

Dogma Athletica: Where physicality meets psychology

Dan Swenson believes in following your passion and purpose-driven living. That’s why he decided to leave a successful career in finance in Chicago and buy a gym post-pandemic in Edwards. “Every few years I actually... → Read More

Vail Valley Theatre Company back in action for Halloween

The Vail Valley lost a little pep in its step and song in its heart without the productions put on by the Vail Valley Theatre Company. The pandemic shut down the entertaining musical and theatrical... → Read More

Former Vail area local is walking all 6,800 miles of the American Discovery Trail

The United States is a pretty big country and Briana DeSanctis is seeing it one step at a time. The former Edwards resident is over 2,700 miles into her journey, which began on January 1,... → Read More

Elevation country music event debuts at Beaver Creek

Some of the hottest names in country music and some names you’re sure to hear of soon were singing their hearts out in Beaver Creek and beyond earlier this month. It was all part of... → Read More

Meet Your Chef: Rosa Provoste

Editor’s Note: The Vail Daily is showcasing area chefs in a new series called “Meet Your Chef” so you can learn a bit more about those creating art in the kitchen. If you’re a local... → Read More

Curate Gallery now open in Edwards

Can art make you happy? That’s the thought behind Curate, a new art gallery in the Edwards Village Center. “That’s our whole intention, for people to fall in love with art because truly art adds... → Read More

Vail Veterans Program brings back caregiver retreats

The Vail Veterans Program is wrapping up a winter and summer of beneficial programs that help military wounded and their families after taking a hiatus during COVID-19. Although the pandemic put a halt on many... → Read More

Walk to End Alzheimer’s exceeds fundraising goal

Nearly 300 people volunteered, gathered and donned purple for the Rocky Mountain Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Eagle Ranch on Sept. 24. In its fifth year, the charity walk aims to contribute to the mission... → Read More

Vail Mountain Coffee & Tea Company opens in Downieville

If you travel back and forth to Denver often, you’ve probably stopped at Exit 234 on I-70 for a pit stop to fill up on gasoline, go to the bathroom or grab a cup of... → Read More