This is my third winter covering the World Cup for the New York Times. From Bode Miller’s comeback to Vonn’s re-injury, here’s a recap of the season so far:
From Telluride, Colorado to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, here, your favorite Olympians give you the inside scoop on what to do and where to ski at their home resorts.
About a year ago, I visited the 12th century village of La Grave, France. It’s a charming, 500-person alpine hamlet stashed in the south east corner of France devoted entirely to skiing. There’s a bakery, two bars, a handful of hotels and a farmer’s market on Thursday mornings, and one ski lift accessing over 7,000 vertical feet of wild, ungroomed, unpatrolled terrain. I was sold. In January I moved to La Grave. Here’s why
On Thursday, February 14th, Colorado Public Radio featured an interview with me about my story for 5280 on Bill Koch and the wild West town he’s building outside of Paonia, Colorado. Listen in here.
A few weeks back I had the good fortune to work with Colorado Public Radio’s Andrea Dukakis on a Colorado Matters segment about a high school for teen and parenting moms. The high school, Florence Crittenton Services, was recently featured on a reality TV series called High School Moms on TLC and Discovery. Far from MTV’s Teen Moms, the girls at Flo Crit are an inspiration–teenagers with braces juggling motherhood, school, and sometimes jobs–often all by themselves. Andrea and I interviewed two of the shows stars, Megan and Evangeline. They knocked my socks off. Click here to listen to the segment……