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Investors jumped into stocks on Thursday as global efforts to end the financial crisis fed the market’s newfound optimism that the economy is on the mend. Stocks rallied broadly in heavy trading, fueled by an accounting rule change that could strengthen banks’ balance sheets and commitments from world leaders to boost regulatory oversight of financial institutions. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 216.48, or 2.8 percent, to 7,978.08. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index rose 23.30, or 2.9 percent, to 834.38. The Nasdaq composite index rose 51.03, or 3.3 percent, to 1,602.63.
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ABOVE: Avon Christy Sports manager Andrew Couperthwait enjoys the fresh powder in Vail in March. The snow in the Vail Valley has been absolutely incredible the last two years, with snowfall totals already over 150 inches above average since 2007. See story inside. Jeff Cricco photo. RIGHT: It’s a homemade chorizo jungle in the kitchen of Vin48 with Chef/Owner Charles Hayes. Vin48, nestled in Avon’s famous boat building with spectacular views of Beaver Creek, is one of 29 Vail Valley restaurants to be featured in this week’s Taste of Vail, which began Wednesday. See coverage inside. Avery Cunliffe photo.
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If you’re planning a picnic, there are always plenty logistics, from keeping the deviled eggs from spoiling to keeping the ants out of the sandwiches. If you’re going to have a gourmet outdoor picnic on top of Vail Mountain for hundreds of people, there are a lot more potential logistics. For example, there could be sun for today’s Taste of Vail mountain-top picnic, which starts at 12:30 p.m. near Eagle’s Nest at the top of the Eagle Bahn gondola. But the weather forecast calls for snow. In any case, there are bound to be plenty of hungry people, just like there are every year. “God invented snowfall. We invented Gore-Tex. We’re all here for the snow,” said Mickey Werner, an event board member and owner of Alpine Wine and Spirits in West Vail. “This is, without a doubt, the signature event.” Grilling and finger foods are both event themes, as is a signature hot cocktail, this year expected to include Grand Marnier, 10 Cane Rum and Navan, a vanilla liquor. All three liquor companies are event sponsors. Logistics are “no more than any other outdoor picnic,” Werner says, sounding nonchalant. But Paul Ferzacca, owner and executive chef of La Tour restaurant in Vail, knows better. After 17 or 18 years of being involved in the cooking for the picnic, Ferzacca packs for any occasion, this year bringing grills for his Asian flank steak with pickled carrots, daikon and fresh jalapeno “It doesn’t matter if it’s a white out up there, it’s still the greatest party, ever,” Ferzacca said. When it snows, patrons all squish into an event tent together, enjoying gourmet treats at long picnic tables.
Paul Ferzacca, an owner of La Tour restaurant in Vail, is creating a grilled dish for today’s mountaintop picnic -- an Asian flank steak with pickled carrots, daikon and fresh jalapeño. Beth Potter photo.
Chefs also bring butane burners and portable stoves. “It’s delicious,” Ferzacca said. “Grilled, picnic-y [See TASTE OF VAIL, page 11]
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Two years of fluff Last two seasons have spoiled Vail snowriders By John LaConte Vail Mountaineer Editor The average snowfall in Vail is 350 inches per season. Another couple inches and weâ€™ll have reached 400 for 2008-2009, and weâ€™ve still more than two weeks to go. At this rate, weâ€™ll have eclipsed 440 inches for the season â€Ś again. Last year Vail had 463. Vail ski patroller Julian Nuebauer says being in Vail the last two years has been an incredible experience. â€œThe snow last year was amazing,â€? says Nuebauer. Last year he was a liftie. Then he made ski patrol. â€œAnd this yearâ€™s been fantastic as well. Iâ€™m so happy to be here in Vail.â€? Vail ski patrol director Julie Rust echoed the same sentiments. â€œIt just keeps coming! It snowed all night and still coming down today,â€? she wrote on Vailâ€™s Web site Monday. â€œConditions are as good as they get!â€? And with more than four feet of snow in the last two weeks, itâ€™s hard to describe Vailâ€™s conditions as anything other than as good as it gets. As of Thursday morning Vail reported 13 inches in the last 48 hours to bring this yearâ€™s total to 396 inches. Add that to the 463 Vail received last year, and youâ€™re looking at totals of nearly 860 inches. You could say thatâ€™s a little better than the 700 that would be considered average. Another big fluff weekend on the way And the National Weather Service says thereâ€™s more on the way. Theyâ€™re forecasting snow showers likely for today and tonight. â€œFriday night: Chance of precipitation is 80%. New snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches possible,â€? say their meteorologists. â€œFor Saturday: Snow showers. High near 26. Chance of precipitation is 90%. New snow accumulation of 2 to 4 inches possible.â€? And the resort seems to be rolling with all the great snow forecasts, which is a nice reprieve from some of the dismal economic forecasts weâ€™ve heard. â€œWe recognize these are challenging times for many of our guests, which is why itâ€™s so important that we make it easier for our guests to enjoy another â€˜Epicâ€™ ski or snowboard season by rolling back the prices for all of our passes â€“ The Colorado, Epic and Summit passes - for the 2009-2010 season,â€? said Heidi Kercher-Pratt, vice president of corporate marketing for Vail Resorts. â€œOur focus continues to be on providing the best value to our most valuable guests.â€?
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The Colorado Pass offers unlimited access at Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin with no restrictions, plus 10 days at Vail and Beaver Creek with restricted dates. Itâ€™s $439 for adults, $329 for teens, ages 13-18 and $209 for children, ages 5-12. Price is guaranteed through May 10, 2009. The Summit Pass provides unlimited lift access at the top Summit County resorts - Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin - with no date restrictions at $399 for adults, $309 for teens and $199 for children. Prices for the Colorado and Summit Pass are guaranteed through May 10, 2009. And then thereâ€™s the Epic Pass. The Epic Season Pass, priced at $579 ($279 for children ages 5-12,) offers unlimited, unrestricted skiing and snowboarding at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin in Colorado and Heavenly in South Lake Tahoe, Calif./Nev. Epic Pass prices only guaranteed through next Thursday, April 9. One long time local was concerned that if we ever return to a normal season, heâ€™ll have to take a lesson on how to ski hard pack. If he does, he may want to take advantage of the specials on lessons going on right now. The Vail Snowsports School is offering a three-for-the-price-of-two offer on the â€œ1st Timeâ€? and â€œ3 Dâ€? series group lessons offered for adult skiers and snowboarders at any experience level. Additionally, all full-day and half-day private lesson prices have been rolled back to last yearâ€™s prices for the remainder of the 2008-09 season.
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Two liquor stores, but no money and no beer By Randy Wyrick Mountaineer Staff Writer He was on his way from robbing one Eagle liquor store Thursday to another liquor store, apparently to rob it, too, when he conveniently piloted his truck toward the Eagle County Crossbar Hotel. It worked out well because that’s where he’s cooling his heels. And the thing is, even with all that intimate association with liquor stores Thursday afternoon, he wasn’t drunk. We’ll call him Two Timer. Two Timer walked nonchalantly into a liquor store on Grand Avenue, wandered around for a while and eventually picked up three cases of beer. It’s unclear what beer, but he didn’t seem to hold it in high enough esteem it to take it with him when he finally got around to making his getaway – which wasn’t right then. According to Sgt. Terry Simpkins of the Eagle Police Department, the clerk was distracted, either by Two Time or something else. When the clerk turned away, Two Timer dropped the beer, grabbed the cash box and bolted for the door. The clerk, an observant sort, immediately noticed that someone had wandered off with the cash box containing an estimated $800. Because Two Timer didn’t use a weapon or a simulated weapon, but relied on stealth and strength, it’s called a “strong arm robbery.” So when your mama asks what you learned today, you can tell her that. Meanwhile, back at Reality Ranch, the clerk was much more focused than your Uncle Randy and she called the police. It didn’t take long to identify Two Timer, his baseball cap and jacket, and his bright red GMC truck from the liquor store’s surveillance video. This wasn’t the first business dealing Eagle Police officers have had with Two Timer. They started toward local hotels to search parking lots and other places for a truck redder than Larry The Cable Guy’s neck. The fates smiled on Eagle Police Officer Andrew Shopnitz and he turned up Chambers toward the jail, conveniently enough. Officer Shopnitz spotted Two Timer climbing out of his bright red pickup truck and strolling toward the front door of the second liquor store all the way across town from the first store, ostensibly to try to rob it, too – although across town can be
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an abbreviated trip in a place like Eagle. Two Timer didn’t make it to the liquor store door before Officer Shopnitz was explaining to him the error of his ways. They had a brief come-to-Jesus meeting in which Two Timer did, in fact, raise his hands toward Heaven and invoke the name of the Lord in various ways. It was something less than a religious experience for Two Timer. Before you can say, “but I didn’t even get any beer out of this deal,” Two Timer was reclining comfortably in the back of an Eagle Police patrol car, properly accessorized and sporting a fashionable set of I’m Busted Bracelets (handcuffs). Two Timer insists the cash box he stole from the first liquor store didn’t have any money in it, only business cards and other bits of scrap paper – nothing he’d actually drop into the offering plate at church. He says he pitched it into a dumpster. That particular bit of the investigation continues. Meanwhile, since the second liquor store he apparently wanted to rob was on the way to the Eagle County Crossbar Hotel anyway, Officer Shopnitz gave him a lift the rest of the way.
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and Fox will play an angel in 1950s Los Angeles, with Rourke finding redemption in Fox after he attempts to save her from a gangster. The project is described as a dramatic but heartwarming tale. Glazer, the screenwriter behind the Al Pacino CIA tale “The Recruit” and the Bill Murray comedy “Scrooged,” will be making his directorial debut with “Plays.” Fox has landed a spate of projects of late, signing on for the Warners Western “Jonah Hex” and the Fox Atomic underwater actioner “Fathom.”
President Barack Obama takes a drink from a bottle during a press conference at the G20 Summit at the Excel centre in London Thursday. AP photo.
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Actress Megan Fox arrives at the 22nd Annual Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday in Los Angeles. AP photo.
President Barack Obama says the world is a lot more complicated than it was in 1944. That’s when the countries that were victorious in World War II met to establish the financial architecture for the postwar era. Obama says negotiating is easy if it’s just Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill in a room, talking over brandy. But he says that’s not the world we live in now. Obama spoke at a news conference Thursday after a meeting in London of the world’s 20 largest and developing economies. The countries were meeting to address the worst economic crisis since World War II.
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Can Megan Fox save Mickey Rourke? The “Transformers” actress is attached to play an angel opposite Rourke in “Passion Plays,” an indie drama that Mitch Glazer is writing and directing. Rourke will play a down-on-his-luck trumpet player,
U.S. Sen. Christopher Dodd’s standing with Connecticut voters continues to plunge as a new poll released Thursday shows only one in three people ap-
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Evidently down on its luck, the Florida Lottery Department is taking a page out of Payless shoe store’s book. Buy one – get one free. “Last week more than a million homes got a flier in the mail last week which had a coupon for ‘buy one lottery ticket, get a second one free’ and the new “second chance” drawing,” reports CBS4 of Miami. “State officials say lottery ticket sales are down seven percent compared to last year. This is the first time since 1996 that lottery officials have mailed out coupons to entice more people to play.”
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Anxiously assembled at the most perilous moment for the global economy since the Great Depression, the world’s financial powers pledged more than $1 trillion Thursday for emergency loans to combat spreading chaos. But they rebuffed President Barack Obama’s bid for new stimulus spending and made no guarantees of success. “This was the day the world came together to fight back against global recession,” declared British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, the summit host, as he led a choreographed show of unity designed to boost confidence in homes and boardrooms everywhere. “This is
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The crowds were out in force for Wednesdayâ€™s Bud Light Street Beat concert, held at the Arrible Ice Arena in Lionshead. AC/DC tribute band Hellâ€™s Belles rocked the crowd as part of the series of free shows, presented by Volvo. The series continues with performances by Everlast on April 8 and the final free concert on April 15, featuring Chadzilla & the Asteroids.
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