A long day of skiing can take quite a toll your body. Anyone who's ever dove headfirst down a double-black can attest to this -- you know the deal, where the skis end up in the woods and you end up eating a pile of powder. Some prefer to shake the aches by cozying up next to a warm fireplace, or taking a headfirst dive into the hot tub.
Warren Miller's Dynasty -- the latest in a sixty-year dynasty of feature-length ski films that is still inspired by, if no longer helmed by, the octogenarian filmmaker and snow-sports enthusiast -- arrives tonight at the Somerville Theater and moves to Berklee Performance Center over the weekend. "The featured skiers, who plunge down perilous
ravines to the pulse-pumping soundtrack," writes Tom Meek in his review this week, "are a breed apart, fearless
and seemingly locked into a state of permanent nirvana