Mountain Mayhem: A Happy New Year |

Mountain Mayhem: A Happy New Year

Steffe Gratton, Spencer McKnight and Danielle Grivalsky of Aspen 82 at their New Year's Eve bash at The Limelight.

From the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Day through the first half of the month, it’s been a winter-kissed 2017. Aspen Snowmass’ latest snow reports indicate more than six feet has fallen on the slopes so far this month alone.

To fan the snow stoke, the newest Warren Miller movie, “Here, There & Everywhere,” sold out its Aspen premiere on Jan. 7 at The Wheeler Opera House with the original ski filmmaker himself in the flick for the first time in a dozen years. Paying tribute to to Miller’s travels as a ski bum back in the day, one thread in the film remembers and reenacts him chasing winter around the U.S., living in a teardrop trailer and skiing to his heart’s delight.

Over Winterskol weekend, another pop-up shop took shape in the Boogie’s Building. BLK MKT owners Mike Delaney and Sammy Steen opened up the retail and lounge scene in partnership with Gravity Productions, which is open through Presidents’ Day weekend.

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