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Vail has a car problem, not a parking problem

Vail has a car problem, not a parking problem

As I read the news Thursday of the return of the ski train between Denver and Winter Park, it got me to thinking about our parking problem here in Vail.…

Whistler pick-up a good one for Vail despite coastal conditions

Whistler pick-up a good one for Vail despite coastal conditions

Whistler-Blackcomb and I have a long history dating back to the early 1990s when I traveled up there and interviewed a bunch of locals at Garfinkel’s (yes, the iconic Vail…

Owners of political newspapers ought to come clean loudly and proudly

Owners of political newspapers ought to come clean loudly and proudly

As a print and now mostly digital journalist in Colorado for nearly 30 years, I have more than just a passing interest in who owns the newspapers, magazines and websites…

Muhammad Ali knew minorities, poor will always be cogs in American war machine

Muhammad Ali knew minorities, poor will always be cogs in American war machine

My father, a retired U.S. Air Force colonel and judge advocate general who died a little over two years ago, was no fan of Muhammad Ali, the boxing great, poetic…

Trump doesn’t have a woman problem as long as they look good and work for less

Trump doesn’t have a woman problem as long as they look good and work for less

Supporters and even some detractors of Donald Trump say if elected president he’ll be better for the U.S. economy than Hillary Clinton, who’s too cozy with Wall Street bankers and…

As Prince rumors swirl, true fans look back at remarkable musical career

As Prince rumors swirl, true fans look back at remarkable musical career

With more information coming out about the health of Prince in the weeks and months leading up to his death on April 21 — from revelations by his former chef…

Story is great but Colorado Rockies show us baseball is tough in a state so snowy and high

Story is great but Colorado Rockies show us baseball is tough in a state so snowy and high

Friday morning well before the first pitch in the Colorado Rockies home opener I wrote a blog for RealVail.com lamenting the team’s lack of pitching and bemoaning the fact that…

Heading south for spring break? Seek out Zika virus advice

Heading south for spring break? Seek out Zika virus advice

Two of the last three years my family has traveled to the tropics for spring break, and we’ve encountered plenty of other Vail Valley residents vacationing in both Belize and…

Trump sowing seeds of fear in Latino communities living in Colorado mountains

Trump sowing seeds of fear in Latino communities living in Colorado mountains

It’s important to call out and stand up to bullies, even just verbal ones, no matter where you find them. That’s a lesson I’ve been imparting to my three sons…

Denver Broncos say sayonara to Brockweiler but fans shouldn’t panic

Denver Broncos say sayonara to Brockweiler but fans shouldn’t panic

So long to the Brockweiler. While Brock Osweiler helped the Denver Broncos get home-field advantage in the playoffs by subbing for the retired Peyton Manning last season and going 5-2…

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