Luxury Skiing in the Latest Issue of Haute Living Los Angeles

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If you took time to watch the Grammy’s last night, not only would you have seen Neil Portnow, president and CEO of The Recording Academy, declare a new decade for the recording industry, but you would have also heard him announce that the Grammy Museum at L.A. Live is now one year old and thanks to a generous donation from Haute Living cover subject, Clive Daivs, the museum’s state-of-the-art sound stage will now be known as the Clive Davis Theater.

In addition to the music moguls that we spoke with in the January/February issue of Haute Living Los Angeles, we are also not forgetting the fact the 2010 Winter Olympics are right around the corner. In preparation for all the wintertime fun, for those enthusiasts not making it to Canada for the games, we have some U.S. ski destinations that are sure to bring just as much action-packed excitement. In “The Hautest Slopes,” we visit luxury locales like Aspen Mountain, Snowmass Mountain, St. Regis Aspen Resort, Hotel Jerome, and The Viceroy Snowmass. We also take a trip to Lake Tahoe for a trip to The Ritz-Carlton, Highlands, Northstar at Lake Tahoe, PlumpJack Café in Squaw Valley, as well as some Telluride venues that can’t be missed like Capella Telluride and the Onyx Restaurant.

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