• Issue of
  • Jul 29 - Aug 4, 2004
  • Vol. 11, No. 31



  • Hill concert moved to a different hill
  • Arts
  • Hill concert moved to a different hill

    Country-pop superstar vocalist Faith Hill’s Aug. 7 outdoor concert in Whistler has been moved to the Base II area on Blackcomb Mountain from its original location at Creekside.
  • Arts
  • A Cowboy’s Life

    Mike Puhallo sounds a bit weary this morning as we chat over the phone.

Food & Drink


  • Editorial

    Tourism and the airline industry, part 1
  • Maxed Out

    The Dog Days bear fruit
  • cybernaut

    So happy together


  • Gracia wants to "kill" his opposition
  • Features
  • Gracia wants to "kill" his opposition

    In a café on a Wednesday afternoon, Cedric Gracia looked and sounded like your average excitable Frenchman, then the conversation turned to his mindset before a mountain bike race.
  • Features
  • Triathletes just peachy in Penticton

    Just one week after the Squamish Triathlon, members of the Whistler Triathlon Club made another strong showing at the Investors Group Peach Classic Triathlon in Penticton Sunday, July 18.
  • Features
  • Water ramps open to the public

    The H2 Air Water Ramp Ski Training Facility on Blackcomb Mountain has been open to summer ski camps and members of the national freestyle team for almost three weeks, and is now open the public for the first time.

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