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Poor March Snow Forces Skiers To Climb A Wall (& Review #TurboPup Bars and #Ruffwear’s #Kibble Kaddie )

Poor March Snow Forces Skiers To Climb A Wall (& Review #TurboPup Bars and #Ruffwear’s #Kibble Kaddie )

I could sit around moping and wishing for winter or I could get outside and play a different way. Plus, my dog was getting fat and lazy. Continue reading

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More Ski Pass News; Let’s Do The Math

More Ski Pass News; Let’s Do The Math

Mountain Collective includes freshies at Alta photo by Ryan Freitas It was to be expected that as soon as Vail Resorts announced their 2015/16 Epic Pass, competitors would jump into the ring with their own deals and blends. The $369 Mountain Collective is back with two days of skiing at eight destination resorts and 50 … Continue reading

Time To Buy That Epic Pass

Time To Buy That Epic Pass

If you ask me, ‘Winter 2014/15’ is a wash and we ought to all just say “F*&k It” and move on. In case you didn’t get the memo, Utah is expecting a record high this weekend. Vail Resorts must be thinking along the same lines as they’ve just rolled out next year’s deal. And it’s … Continue reading

Party Party Party on Sundance

I’m in. The line for the Skullcandy party wrapped around the building that housed the Downstairs nightclub on Main. It wasn’t moving. A thought dawned. I could go home. I could crawl into bed and rest my lids and accept the zzzs. But I go home every other night, every other time of the year … Continue reading

Yo! There’s An Artist At My Table

Yo! There’s An Artist At My Table

The energy in the room was electric; so many people in black with the most exclusive Sundance ticket packages gathering up at the Stein Eriksen Lodge to kick off the Sundance Film Festival 2015. “Are you local?” I asked the family standing nearby as we moved toward the shuttles that would carry us to the … Continue reading

Who’s Coming To Sundance 2015?

Who’s Coming To Sundance 2015?

Its hard to explain why we are so hungry for photos of actors; even when we constantly see them in magazines and on the big screen. The whole paparazzi thing is so nuts that people have died, sued and written books on the subject. Still. snapping photos of strangers is a national past time and … Continue reading