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Festival Notes - July 31th, 201407/31/14
Today is Thursday, July 31st. A busy day at the Aspen Music Festival and School with a variety of events, many of them free. Pianist Julian Martin will...
Local Group Works On Problem Of Private Lands In Wilderness Areas
The U.S. Wilderness Act turns 50 this year and one challenge facing these lands today is the number of private inholdings inside them. Within the...
Festival Notes - July 30th, 2014
Today is Wednesday, July 30th. Singer-songwriter-composer Rufus Wainwright shares insights on his music today during a free High Notes conversation in...
More People Riding RFTA, Working Down Valley
More people are riding the bus in the Roaring Fork Valley than ten years ago. That’s according to new data gathered by the Roaring Fork Transportation...
Festival Notes - July 29th, 2014
Today is Tuesday, July 29th. A free Spotlight recital takes place at noon today in the Aspen Chapel. At 1pm, longtime Aspen Music School faculty member...
Black Bears Make Their Way Back Into Aspen
Bears are increasingly being drawn into Aspen this summer as their natural foods up high are late to bloom. Early Sunday a black bear swiped at a woman...
Interview: Sen. Mark Udall
U.S. Senator for Colorado Mark Udall is locked in a fierce race to keep his seat this fall. His major opponent is Colorado Congressman Cory Gardner....
Festival Notes - July 28th, 2014
Today is Monday, July 28th. Restless children of all ages are invited to Gotta Move!, a free program exploring the basics of beat, tune and rhythm...
Festival Notes - July 25th, 2014
Today is Friday, July 25th. Jeremy Denk gives a piano master class today at 10am in Harris Concert Hall. Two free programs today, a Spotlight Recital at...
Christie, Governors On Immigrant Kids, Republican Image
A handful of Republican governors spoke on a panel at the Aspen Institute last night to a packed house. That included New Jersey governor and 2016...
Festival Notes - July 24th, 2014
Today is Thursday, July 24th. Got kids 4-9 years old? Then head to the Pitkin County Library at 10:30am this morning for Tunes and Tales, a free program...
Advocacy Group Looks To Forest Service Solution
Natural Gas drilling in an area near Carbondale known as the Thompson Divide is still a possibility, despite protest from many local residents. The...
Festival Notes - July 22nd, 2014
Today is Tuesday, July 22nd. Tunes and Tales is a free program for children 4-9 accompanied by an adult, and it takes place this morning at 10:30am at...
Humankind's Changing Perception Of Nature
Over the years humankind’s relationship with nature has changed. According to one scientist, we’re now in an era where people deeply value nature...
Festival Notes - July 21st, 2014
Today is Monday, July 21st. Today and every Monday throughout the Festival at 10:15am, the Festival offers a free guided tour of the Bucksbaum Campus....
50 Years of Wilderness: The State Of Wild Places Today
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act and the challenges facing wild places today are different than they were in 1964. Some say...
Festival Notes - July 18th, 2014
Today is Friday, July 18th. The Aspen Chamber Symphony under the direction of Osmo Vanska performs at 6 today in the Benedict Music Tent. Piano dynamo...
50 Years Of Wilderness: The "Maroon Belles"
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act and, in special series, we're focusing on one protected area in our backyard, the Maroon...
Bringing CitiBank to Justice
Reaction continues to come in to Monday’s massive 7 billion dollar settlement between Citigroup and the US Justice Department over misconduct that...
"Disruption Summit" Features Status-Quo Changing Inventions, Discoveries
On Sunday the first annual “Disruption Summit” will be held in Aspen. The day long event features speakers who are responsible for inventions and...
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