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Chronicling Ruby: Rehearsal

Chronicling Ruby: Rehearsal

The rehearsal went well I think. Chris Adler had posted on Facebook that he was looking for a woman in her 30s, cough cough, to play the mom in his 6-page script. Unpaid, festival project. Normally, I stay away from these general solicitations, especially if I don’t think I’m a match, so I suggested a … Continue reading

2015 Season Ski Passes Already?

Are we really calling the end of the season already? It’s the second week of March and Vail Resorts has just put next year’s Epic Pass on sale while other resorts are rolling out spring pass offerings. Make a $49 down payment on an Epic Pass before April 13, 2014, and lock in the $729 … Continue reading

Favorite Finds At Winter OR

You would think that a trade show promoting backcountry gear and human-powered athleticism would be long on fashion sense and footwear. But at the Outdoor Retailer Show in Salt Lake City, it was all about the head-to-toe style for 2015. Thousands of exhibitors displayed everything from underwear to purses as the show has become a … Continue reading

That’s a Wrap!

I couldn’t tell you what happened during the last 17 hours of the 48 Hour Film Project because I wasn’t there. I thought initially that I might be but there isn’t one single ounce of me that is the least bit disappointed that we actors wrapped at 11 p.m. Saturday night. No slight on our … Continue reading

The First 12 Hours of 48

Eleven hours, three cups of coffee and four hours of sleep. After scripting our short we arranged the scenes for last night so Jim and Cami could be done. There was a moment where we wondered if those two would even be involved. I arrived on set (ie. Andrew’s house) to find the actors huddled … Continue reading

The Night Before 48 Hours

I tried to sleep. I know that I needed to and wanted to but sleep wouldn’t come last night. And then when it did it was scary. I kept dreaming that I was deep in the middle of the 48 Hour Project and as we watched the dailies played back I looked on worried. What … Continue reading

SkiLink: Friend or Foe

SkiLink: Friend or Foe

By Jill Adler There are more than a few entities who would like to put the kibosh on SkiLink. Gauging from the packed church at last night’s forum in Park City, Utah, the proposed gondola between Canyons Resort and Solitude Mountain Resort will definitely not go quietly. “Park City residents are here because they’re concerned … Continue reading

SkiLink: Friend or Foe

SkiLink: Friend or Foe

By Jill Adler There are more than a few entities who would like to put the kibosh on SkiLink. Gauging from the packed church at last night’s forum in Park City, Utah, the proposed gondola between Canyons Resort and Solitude Mountain Resort will definitely not go quietly. “Park City residents are here because they’re concerned … Continue reading