Skiing

24 Apr 19
Travel and Experience Best Tour Packages

European nations are the friendly place to travel with family. There are many Europe Tour Packages for the family with wildlife, adventure, and nature and European city tour. Here, we have mentioned five of the best places in Europe to visit in all seasons.     Courchevel,France Courchevel in France is an all-season tourist place to travel with family. […]

24 Apr 19
mom on a mountain

Did you know that all of that clutter in your home is adding to your feelings of overwhelm? The things you own can affect your mental and physical health, and your ability to succeed. Here are all the reasons WHY it’s a good idea to eliminate that clutter once and for all.

24 Apr 19
I Like Words

If you’re not an avid reader of the Observer, and if you’re not obsessed with Brexit, or particularly active on social media, you may not have heard of Carole Cadwalladr. It’s probably fair to say that Ms Cadwalladr divides opinion – between those who see her as a fearless crusader on a mission to expose […]

24 Apr 19
The Secret Ingredient

From walking to cross-country skiing to swimming, learn how your dog can help you stay healthy and fit while you’re both having fun.

24 Apr 19
Vermont Conversation

As climate change threatens the very existence of many ski areas, “The snow sports industry is in a state of disruption,” warns Snowsports Industries America (SIA), the nonprofit, 70-year-old trade association representing snow sports manufacturers, retailers and resort communities. Nick Sargent, president of SIA and a resident of Stowe, Vt., offers his take on the bumpy […]

24 Apr 19
The Junction

It’s getting uglier in Warringah… and it has nothing to do with the Sydney electorate’s harbourside, coastal or leafy scenery – or its mostly well-to-do, well-educated residents. What’s causing locals to recoil in disgust, is the almost “Game of Thrones” like battle between incumbent MP and former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, and independent candidate and former alpine skiing […]

24 Apr 19
Uganda Car Rental Blog

Jinja is one of the main districts in Uganda located in eastern Uganda known for its various attractions that actually mount it up to be known as the adventure capital of east Africa. To start with, just along your road trip to Jinja you will meet the largest forest in central Uganda, Mabira seated on […]

24 Apr 19
Angela's Blog

Bordering Lexington, Chapin, and Irmo, and only a short distance from the state capital of Columbia, Lake Murray is enjoyed by thousands each week and has become a great place to call home! The population continues to grow in the Lake Murray region as more and more people flock to the temperate climates and relaxed, […]

24 Apr 19
conepatrol

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions: Wednesday morning starts out with comfortable temperatures and clear skies! Wednesday’s forecast is expecting partly cloudy skies throughout the day with awesome skiing and riding conditions. Light to moderate winds are expected to hang around with temperatures rising into the low 50s. Join us […]

24 Apr 19
BHaPPY (not BSaD)

0. Look, we might as well be up front about it: this isn’t going to be nearly as much fun as the Arsenal report. If you want to go and read that again instead of sticking around here, I won’t blame you. Might even join you in a while. The problem with Arsenal is that […]

24 Apr 19
Adventures In Learning

Don’t give advice.  Just don’t do it.  I know you want to, but just stop it. It took me a long time to figure this out.  Once I’d spent a great deal of time thinking about this, and deciding the best thing to do is to NOT give advice, I still found myself giving advice. […]

24 Apr 19
The Mercury News
Freestyle skiing legend and Marin native Jonny Moseley has another title to add to his impressive resume: restaurateur. Tamalpie pizzeria owner Karen Goldberg has partnered with Moseley to create Moseley’s Spirits and Sports, a new neighborhood lounge, bar and eatery at the Tamal Vista shopping plaza in Corte Madera, where Goldberg opened her second Tamalpie pizzeria. “I’m looking forward to making Moseley’s my basecamp and bringing the community together for trivia nights, speaker series, post-softball game parties and good times all around,” Moseley says. The two walls of windows illuminating the interior are pleasantly at odds with the typical sports bar genre that can be more about hunkering down in dim light in front of the TV. In this case, the screens are super-sized and there are 11 of them so there’s not a bad seat in the house. Gone are the heavy wood tables adhered to steel I-beams that lined the main dining area, replaced by round high tops for easy high-five maneuvering. Or settle into a booth, grab a table in the heated beer garden or relax on the patio in front of the fire pit in this family-friendly space. Want to get in on the action rather than merely view it? Step away to a separate section with two pool tables, shuffleboard, darts, classic video games and bar fun like “Liar’s Dice.” Chef Evan Crowder, most recently executive sous chef at Nashville’s Etch restaurant, has been hired to execute the creative sports bar menu. A few Tamalpie items remain, including Goldberg’s signature pizza made with a slow-rise crust. Snacks include chicken wings, grilled artichokes and savory meatballs. Or go for green with salads like gold medal goddess with butter lettuce, avocado, pistachios, lemon crème fraiche dressing and herbs to which rotisserie chicken or ahi tuna can be added. Hot sandwiches such as buttermilk fried chicken or local rancher’s beef and a couple of entrees round out the menu. Rows of specialty cocktail spirits line the windows at the 30-foot, black steel bar. Eight craft beers come on tap and six more are in cans and bottles. The wine menu is limited to just under 20 varieties. Happy hour and late-night eats are served until closing time and a weekend brunch menu is forthcoming. Moseley’s is at 55 Tamal Vista Blvd. in Corte Madera. Come play any day of the week from 3:30 p.m. until midnight Mondays through Thursdays, noon until midnight Fridays and Saturdays, and noon until 10 p.m. Sundays. Find out more at moseleysmarin.com or call 415-704-7437.