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Going Somewhere Fast
Kristen Lummis | May 30, 2014

It’s a perfect July day in Snowmass. You know the kind: blue skies, warm sun and enough breeze to keep the air cool. Yet I am anything but cool.

Clad in head-to-toe body armor and pushing a heavy downhill bike, I’m boarding the Elk...

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Hot Tickets
Cindy Hirschfeld | May 9, 2014

1. Snowmass Mammoth Fest Day 3, June 15, Snowmass Town Park
All three days of this reinvigorated chili, beer and music event should be worthwhile, but the closing Sunday promises a...

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Open Tables
Cindy Hirschfeld | April 24, 2014

1. Acquolina Trattoria & Pizzeria
Acquolina offers upscale Italian cuisine in a relaxed yet luxe atmosphere. The pizzas are as unforgettable as the red ceramic oven...

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Spring Sunnies
Ali Margo | April 9, 2014

Seeing the world through rose-colored glasses takes on new meaning this spring with color-saturated sunnies in fun frames. Featuring a bright palette, alternative frame shapes and various thicknesses, designer shades are truly abloom, providing your peepers with...

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Spring Renewal
Cindy Hirschfeld | March 27, 2014

1. The ultimate indulgence is Remede Spa’s new Natura Bissé Diamond Experience ($400), which uses 40 ingredients during 90 blissful...

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Spring into Action
Cindy Hirschfeld | March 13, 2014

1. Red Bull Double Pipe Snowboarding Competition, through March 23
No, you’re not seeing double. This first-of-its-kind comp brings many...

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Shop Talk
Giovanna DiRusso | February 26, 2014

1. Fashionably French
French label Zadig & Voltaire redefined luxury when founder Thierry Gillier opened his first boutique in Paris in 1985. The brand is feeling right at...

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Upper Crust!
Zach Goldak | February 12, 2014

1. New York Pizza
Offering both slices and pies, New York Pizza is a staple for cravers of its marquee entree served Big Apple-style. Conveniently located on the Hyman Mall and open until 2:30AM...

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Sochi Dreams
Tess Weaver Strokes | February 11, 2014

Elite athletes thrive on inspiration, so it’s no surprise that a community like Aspen produces so many Olympians—a tradition that began when Dick Durrance (who later became the first general manager of the Aspen Skiing Company), skied in the...

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