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Text by Ryan Bradley Virgin America is as good as domestic air travel can get right now. The first thing you notice is the mood lighting. It looks like a lounge: purple and red and kind of cheesy. But whatever—it's different from other airplanes. And that's the point. Richard Branson's Virgin empire is based around…

Each day this week we'll feature an innovative new product featured in our October issue's ADVENTURE's Leading Edge story, on newsstands now. Preview it here. There’s no getting around the eye-straining display of an iPod or cell phone, so toy-robot maker WowWee came up with a solution: a mini-projector called the Cinemin Swivel ($349). Just…

The directors of Mountainfilm in Telluride—which is seriously one of our favorite weekends of the year, thanks to its appealing mix of stunning location, thoughtful films, and stimulating discussions—are launching a new event this weekend: Mountain Summit in Aspen. Think of it as Mountainfilm Lite.

10,000 Lakes Music Festival (July 22–25): Over 60 bands. Four stages. And beautiful northern MN. Tour de France Ends (July 26): Amid scandal, no doubt. But will it involve Lance? Read our daily udpates. The Cove (July 31): All the buzz at Sundance, this enviro-doc will make a serious splash. (Stay tuned for our interview with…

Copyright Merrick Chase / TELLURIDEPHOTOGRAPHY.NET See a Mountainfilm photo gallery >> We're just back from an incredible long weekend at the 31st annual Mountainfilm in Telluride, which fills the spectacular Colorado box canyon with thought-provoking films, a symposium on worldwide food issues, inspiring guests (Jim Whittaker, Ken Burns, Nicholas Kristof, to name just a few), and a…

Text by Keith Rutowski So you’ve memorized K2 shot for shot, have taken extensive notes on your Warren Miller collection, and are now looking to make an adventure film of your own. Those wishing to break in or to improve their skills might consider enrolling in Serac Adventure Film School, where students gain hands-on learning…