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Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Maddening Genius Of Lou Reed


Lou Reed’s “Heroin’ was the first song that truly frightened me. I was fearful I might get addicted just from listening to the song. Conversely on the other side of the Reed’s musical walk was Lulu his collaboration with Metallica,

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Pumpkinfest a Great Success


Last weekend’s Pumpkinfest in the Riverwalk Backyard – sponsored by KZYR and Bighorn Toyota and benefiting the Eagle River Youth Coalition – was a huge success! Check out these awesome pictures from Liz Ferron:

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This Week: Winter Weather Preparedness Week


The week of October 20th through October 26th is Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Colorado. This is an excellent time for all individuals, families, businesses, schools, and media outlets to review their winter storm preparedness plans. It is especially important for

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A Classic Rock Primer To New Music

Joy Formidable

There is a scene in “The Big Chill” when the character Harold proclaims that there has been no good music released for years. He is clearly a classic rock holdover and refuses to allow any new music into his life.

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Eagle-Vail Chili Cook-Off Sunday


What: Eagle-Vail Chili Cook-Off. When: 4 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Where: Eagle-Vail Pavilion. Cost: $10 (with your own bowl and spoon) $12 with no utensils. $5 for children, free for kids under 5. Entry fee gets you all-you-can taste chili,

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Zombie Fun Run Saturday in Eagle-Vail


Click here for a course map and to register early!

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Yes, This is A Great New Book

Yes Is the Answer

One of my favorite places in the entire Valley is the little music nook section at The Bookworm in Edwards. Here is where my youth has been transcribed. A place to find the thoughts of Keith Richards and Anthony Kiedis

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A-Basin Opens Sunday!


Yes, that’s right – THIS Sunday. Let’s hit the mountain!

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San Jose Taiko Comes to Beaver Creek


This year, San Jose Taiko celebrates its 40th anniversary of bringing the powerful, spellbinding and propulsive sounds of the Taiko drums to audiences all over the world. Inspired by traditional Japanese drumming, San Jose Taiko became one of the first American Taiko

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This Sunday: Rethinking Dyslexia

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