50 for Under $50 in Vail

Though it has something of a ritzy reputation as a glamorous see-and-be-seen ski destination and celebrity favorite, Vail, Colorado, also enjoys a down-to-earth side as a tight-knit small-town community, catering to a diverse group of guests of all ages year-round … Read More

The Scoundrel

The year is 1991.  The Mayor of Vail, Kent Rose, tells me a story … He remembers sitting in Bart & Yeti’s in 1973 and a guy named James Murfin comes into the bar. Do I know the name?  “Sure”, … Read More

Story of the Elevator

By Rob LeVine, Grand Poobah Antlers at Vail was built in 1972. Times in the construction industry were different then. Often shortcuts were taken. One prime example of that was the Antlers original elevator.  Despite the fact that the building … Read More

Linden Hill Boys Ski Trip

A Meaningful Memory: JP Sanieski In 2009 I was working at a school in Northfield, MA called Linden Hill School. It was the oldest boarding school in the country for Middle School aged boys with Learning Disabilities. My father had … Read More