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Candidates Look For Votes At Annual Water Conference08/21/14
Colorado candidates running for state and federal office are in Snowmass Village this week, talking about water. Seven candidates spoke on Wednesday...
New Foundation Joins Suicide Fight
Mental health experts, law enforcement, and many others in the Roaring Fork Valley have been tackling the issue of suicide. Deaths by suicide in the...
Dear Governor Hickenlooper: Mountain Film Takes Up Fracking
Film has played a major role in the fracking debate in Colorado and around the country. Tonight, there’s a new fracking movie showing at the Wheeler...
Down-Valley Communities Prepare For Pro Cycling Challenge
Aspen and Snowmass Village have played host before to the USA Pro Challenge but, for the first time this year, the race will travel through Basalt and...
Happy, Joyous...and Sober
In the fatal accident at Catherine’s Store last week the surviving driver had a blood alcohol level of point-two-four-one. It is a reminder that...
Aspen's Van Garderen Ready for Pro Challenge
Professional cyclist and Aspen resident Tejay Van Garderen is well rested and ready to dominate the USA Pro Challenge. The 26 year old is the defending...
Co-Op Explains Why Glenwood Electric Rates Going Up
Starting this month, Glenwood Springs residents are paying 12% more for their electricity. The City of Glenwood Springs buys power from publicly owned...
Festival Notes - August 15th, 2014
Today is Friday, August 15th. Lots of great events during this final weekend of the Aspen Music Festival’s 65th season. The Aspen Chamber Symphony...
Festival Notes - August 14th, 2014
Today is Thursday, August 14th. Today at 10am in Harris Concert Hall, Yoheved Kaplinsky gives a piano master class. A free Spotlight Recital takes place...
Award Winning Artist/Filmmaker Keynotes Art Symposium
An Oscar winning filmmaker and artist is taking part in a symposium at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village this week. Steve McQueen’s...
Political Junkie Takes On Colorado’s Midterm Elections
Ken Rudin is a political reporting veteran. He’s keeping keen eye on this fall’s elections--including the battle Colorado’s U.S. Senate seat, and...
AREDAY Tackles Divestment of Fossil Fuels
The American Renewable Energy Day, or AREday, continues in Aspen. Participants are exploring all manner of angles about clean energy… and also what...
Festival Notes - August 13th, 2014
Today is Wednesday, August 13th. Today’s High Notes at noon in Paepcke Auditorium features a discussion of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony in anticipation of...
Powers Art Center: Contemporary Museum In A Cow Pasture
While everyone’s eyes have been on the opening of the Aspen Art Museum, another local art center opened this summer. The Powers Art Center near...
Festival Notes - August 12th, 2014
Today is Tuesday, August 12th. A free Spotlight Recital takes place today at noon in the beautiful Aspen Chapel. At 1pm in Harris Concert Hall, Donald...
The "Bud Is Back" For Basalt Tea Company
The Bud is back. Basalt’s successful international tea company is once again called Two Leaves and a Bud. A couple years ago the company shortened its...
Interview: Senate Candidate Cory Gardner
Both candidates for Colorado's U.S. Senate seat have stopped by Aspen this summer. In July it was Democratic incumbent Mark Udall; this weekend it was...
Aspen's Real Estate Economy
Six years ago, when the Great Recession began spreading toward the Roaring Fork Valley, the Aspen real estate firm BJ Adams and company organized a...
Festival Notes - August 11th, 2014
Today is Monday, August 11th. Today at 10:15am is your last chance this season to take a free guided tour of the Bucksbaum Campus. Meet at the...
Gardner Wows Republicans At Lincoln Dinner
Pitkin County Republicans gathered at the Hotel Jerome on Saturday to rally around a long list of local, state and national candidates running for...
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