Global Recycling Day Showcases the Power of Recycling

By Robin Wiener, president of ISRI Recycling has become so second nature for most people it is easy to forget that every time you throw a soda can, newspaper, or water bottle into a blue bin, you are helping to preserve the environment and create jobs. People around the world are celebrating the second annual Global Recycling Day on March 18. It is reminder of the important role recycling plays in our lives, and that recyclables serve as a valuable resource, helping to preserve the planet for all of us, and for future generations to come. There are six major natural resources on Earth: water, air, coal, oil, natural gas, and minerals. Every year, several trillion tons of these resources are consumed. That is why it is imperative that we start considering recyclables to be the planet’s seventh and most important resource. Recyclables are a resource that can be used […]


Full Band Lineup Announced for Spring Back to Vail

Steel Pulse and Xavier Rudd to join Gov’t Mule VAIL, Colo. – March 8, 2019 – Spring Back to Vail 2019 is excited to announce Steel Pulse and Xavier Rudd will be performing on Saturday, April 13, joining Gov’t Mule on Friday, April 12, with free concerts at Ford Park presented by Bud Light, both starting at 6pm.   “We are so excited to culminate an amazing ski season with such a terrific closing event like Spring Back to Vail,” said Mayor Dave Chapin. “Spring Back truly offers so much activation throughout Vail with live music, lodging specials and merchant involvement, which is a primary reason for the town supporting it like we do. After such a great snow year, to close out our season with such a strong, fun, music line-up is really something special.”   Bearing witness to the accelerating negativity of global affairs, UK reggae legends, Steel Pulse, emerge with musical […]

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16th-Annual Blues, Brews & BBQ Festival Kicks Off Summer on May 24-26, 2019

Headliners Los Lobos and Larkin Poe to Perform at Festival   BEAVER CREEK, Colo. – March 6, 2019 – This Memorial Day weekend, Beaver Creek Resort kicks off summer with the 16th annual Blues, Brews & BBQ Festival. The signature event returns for another year to celebrate Colorado’s best brews and Kansas City’s best BBQ amidst the stunning backdrop of the Rocky Mountains. Join us May 24-26 to welcome warmer weather, treat your taste buds and groove to the blues in Beaver Creek. Live Blues Featuring three full days of live blues performances, the festival is excited to announce headlining performances by Larkin Poe and Los Lobos on Saturday, May 25 and Sunday, May 26, respectively. Larkin Poe are a singer-songwriter duo of sisters with a gritty, soulful sound flavored by their Southern heritage. Originally from Atlanta and currently based in Nashville, Rebecca and Megan Lovell are descendants of the […]


Extraordinary Events Welcome Families to Beaver Creek this February

  Beaver Creek Celebrates the Best of America during Beaver Creek Extraordinaire presents Spangled BalletX World Premiere slated for Feb. 9 at Vilar Performing Arts Center Talons Challenge returns on Feb. 23   BEAVER CREEK, Colo. – Feb. 6, 2019 – Following an extraordinary start to the ski and snowboard season, Beaver Creek Resort welcomes families during the month of February to new and returning events, including a boundary-pushing ballet performance and complimentary activities.   Beaver Creek Extraordinaire presents Spangled Families will enjoy a festive and light-hearted celebration of America during Presidents Weekend, with events inspired by American heritage, classic American music, and the American Ski Culture.   Event Schedule: National Statesmen | Feb. 15, 3-6 p.m. Enjoy sculptures of American presidents and heritage and make a snow angel at the official snow angel park.   Ceremony of Lights | Feb. 16, 3-6 p.m. Celebrate the patriotic pride of Presidents […]


Ron Hicks Solo Exhibition

RON HICKS SOLO EXHIBITION SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16 5-8 PM Ron Hicks “Conscious Conscience” oil on birch panel, 53″ H x 39.25″W Please join us on Saturday February 16th from 5-8 pm for the opening reception of Ron Hicks solo exhibition. Back Gallery. Show runs February 16-March 2nd. For more information Click Here


Thomas Walsh skis to first career world championship medal

  Thomas Walsh captured the first world championship medal of his career with bronze in the men’s giant slalom. Team USA earned five top-10 finishes in tech events in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. Super-G, downhill and super combined races continue Tuesday, Jan. 29 in Sella Nevea, Italy. Colorado Springs, Colo. – Thomas Walsh (Vail, Colorado) stepped onto the world championship podium for the first time in his career on Monday, Jan. 21, winning bronze in the men’s standing division of the giant slalom. The Vail native put together two solid runs on the opening day of competition at the World Para Alpine Skiing Championships to win Team USA’s first medal in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. Walsh has previously found success on the hill in Kranjska Gora, which is where he also won his first world cup medal in giant slalom in 2016. The 23-year-old is coming off winning two world cup silver […]


Vail Mountain and Town of Vail Announce the 10th Mountain Legacy Parades

Vail Mountain and Town of Vail Announce the 10th Mountain Legacy Parades Vail Celebrates its History with Four Friday Night Parade Events     VAIL, Colo. – Jan. 2, 2019 – Beginning Friday, Jan. 4, Vail Mountain and the Town of Vail will celebrate the unique history of its founders with the 10th Mountain Legacy Parade.   On select Friday evenings (Jan. 4 and 18, Feb. 15, and March 8) in Vail Village, guests are invited to watch skiers dressed in traditional 10th Mountain Division Ski Trooper uniforms will perform a Torchlight Ski Down to the base of Gondola One, followed by a parade of military veterans, also in traditional uniform, marching from Gondola One down Bridge Street, across the Covered Bridge and finishing at the 10th Mountain statue. The side of Vail Mountain will be illuminated with the 10th Mountain Division logo, and the celebration will feature a film […]


Arrowhead Scheduled to Open

Arrowhead Scheduled to Open Saturday, Dec. 15 Resort to begin operating Arrow Bahn Express (#17), Highlands Lift (#2), and Elkhorn Lift (#14) BEAVER CREEK, Colo. – Dec. 14, 2018 – Beaver Creek Resort is scheduled to begin operating Arrow Bahn Express (#17), Highlands Lift (#2), and Elkhorn Lift (#14) tomorrow, Saturday, Dec. 15. Starting tomorrow, all lifts will now open at 8:30 a.m. and the resort will offer more than 1,300 acres of top-to-bottom skiing and snowboarding on beginner, intermediate and advanced terrain. Beaver Creek Resort has received 98 inches of natural snowfall this season, and following the opening of Arrow Bahn Express (#17), Highlands Lift (#2), and Elkhorn Lift (#14), all lifts at Beaver Creek Resort will be operational for the season.   On Saturday, Broken Arrow will open for the season and SaddleRidge will open for lunch seven days a week, with dinner service beginning on Wednesday, Dec. […]


Beaver Creek Culinary Weekend- January 24-27, 2019

Beaver Creek Winter Culinary Weekend presented by GMC Returns Jan. 24 – 27, 2019 Colorado Chefs and flavors kick off this year’s event; Saturday Showcase to feature an intimate concert with Lord Huron   BEAVER CREEK, Colo., Dec. 13, 2018 – Set at the base of a World Cup mountain, Beaver Creek Winter Culinary Weekend returns Jan. 24 through Jan. 27 with new events, guest chefs, and a performance by Lord Huron.   During Winter Culinary Weekend, Beaver Creek guests have the unique opportunity to mix and mingle with celebrity guest chefs, get to know Beaver Creek’s world-renowned chefs, sip on local craft beers, specialty cocktails, and wine – all while reveling in endless hours of phenomenal skiing. This year’s event will kick off with Colorado Flavors, an event celebrating the flavors and personalities of Colorado with two guest chefs – James Beard Award winner, Alex Seidel, and Top Chef contestant, […]



Supposedly a man named Gennaro Lombardi opened the first “said” pizzeria in New York City in 1905. An employee of his, Antonio Totonno Pero, began making pizza which sold for five cents. But since many people couldn’t afford the cost of a whole pie, they would say how much they could pay and were given a slice corresponding to the amount offered. Hence, a slice was born. And nowhere is pizza more part of the city than in Philadelphia, home to one of the largest concentrations of Italian-Americans in the nation. They revel in their celebs, like singers Frankie Avalon, Jim Croce, jazz impresario Buddy Greco, actors Bradley Cooper and Sylvester Stallone and baseball Hall of Famer, Roy Campanella, to name a few paisans. And the Italian lexicon can be heard all over South Philly. Figurati (fuhgedaboudit), Goomba (buddy), Chooch (someone who never amounted to much). The ambience of the […]