Artist’s Palette: Latasha Dunston

Artist's Palette is a column that connects with the artists, designers and creative innovators in the music and outdoor worlds who drive the visual art we connect with. As someone who grew up in relatively open space surrounded by Maryland farmland, I forget how there is plenty of agriculture to be found within the concrete… Continue reading Artist’s Palette: Latasha Dunston

Set, Setting, Tuneage: Maya Elise & The Good Dream: Songs for the Breakdown

Set, Setting, Tuneage seeks to share the experience of listening to music in our lives rather than the thinking of music in our minds. There’s a heaviness in the air. Some of it’s the smoke from far off fires that’s depressed any hope in the sky, turning it into an opaque ash. There’s also the… Continue reading Set, Setting, Tuneage: Maya Elise & The Good Dream: Songs for the Breakdown

Highlining the Record Books in Yosemite: Steve Griggs

I knew Steve Griggs was ripe for adventure when I met him onsite at Lightning in a Bottle 2018. It was my first time working a music festival of that size and it was our job to herd 10,000 cats (people) into their camping spots for the weekend. Mini-bikes are the cavalry and scouts in… Continue reading Highlining the Record Books in Yosemite: Steve Griggs

Q&A: Spencer Rugland of Singletrack Trails

The newest, grandest and gnarliest mountain bike trail in Colorado is the Palisade Plunge. It ribbons along the Grand Mesa and cuts into the Grand Valley near Palisade, CO like barbed wire, taking mountain bike thrill seekers on a 33.8-mile semi-perilous journey through the desert in some of the most remote and exposed terrain one… Continue reading Q&A: Spencer Rugland of Singletrack Trails