Books Aloud – March 2008

Books Aloud – March 2008

I Got Thunder, Punk 365 and more are reviewed for your intellectual wants and needs. … read more

DVD Reviews – March 2008

DVD Reviews – March 2008

Caravaggio, Dresden and more get served up and reviewed. … read more

Gallery Stroll: Enjoying Art Around the City – March 2008

Gallery Stroll: Enjoying Art Around the City – March 2008

After trekking through many galleries and searching many websites I bring you my picks for the March Stroll. Held on the 21st or as I like to call it the “third friday”. There’s no better time to put life on pause and enjoy art than during the monthly Gallery Stroll.  … read more

 
 
Rocket from the Crypt

Rocket from the Crypt
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If you can resist the talent of John Reis then you are a stronger soul than I, and I don’t want to know you. … read more

North Face Masters Big Mountain Snowboard Tour

North Face Masters Big Mountain Snowboard Tour
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It has been said that lately the competitive side of the snowboard industry has been wearing blinders, focusing mostly on railjams, halfpipe contests, slopestyle events and the occasional big air contest, with little to no focus on big mountain riding. A decent percentage of every magazine, video and website feature professional riders getting nasty on gnarly terrain, but open entry big mountain contests are few and far between when compared to the barrage of railjams and halfpipe contests … read more

Park Crews

Park Crews
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Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a member of the park crew at a resort? Well kids, today I, Helen Wade, Brighton Ski Resort park-crew member since 2006, will reveal the secrets of becoming a member of the Terrain Park Crew. … read more

Never-Never Land: A Brief Stay in Maui

Never-Never Land: A Brief Stay in Maui
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The chances that I was getting on the plane were looking good as I waited for my name to appear on the “cleared” list … read more

The Boy-Legend: Everett Ruess

The Boy-Legend: Everett Ruess
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From the fading black and white photographs, he doesn’t come across as anything extraordinary. Everett Ruess’ soft, rounded face looks younger than his 20 years. He was still a boy when he smiled into the lens or looked off into the red rock horizon, his trusty burro in tow. But the boyish looks belied the intensity of an artistic soul. … read more