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Festival Notes - July 21st, 201407/21/14
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...
Summer Tourism, Business Looking Good
If it feels busier in your town in the Roaring Fork Valley, that’s because in general this summer has been particularly bustling. Statistics from the...
Carbondale Works To Become A "Creative District"
Colorado is working on growing its “creative industry,” and a Roaring Fork Valley community is part of the effort. Last month Carbondale was selected...
Pro Fracking Discussion Comes to Aspen
Supporters of oil and gas production will hold a discussion tonight in Aspen. The Pitkin County Republicans are hosting filmmakers who have challenged...
Festival Notes - July 14th, 2014
Today is Monday, July 14th. Kids 2-7 with an adult accompanying them are invited to Gotta Move!, a free and fun program where they’ll discover the...
Remodel Of Aspen's Rubey Park Includes Green Roof, Walls
Next month Aspen City Council will look over final design plans for a remodel of Aspen’s Rubey Park bus depot. The 30-year-old structure sees millions...
“Have you heard about the moose?”
Moose are showing up this summer at one of Aspen’s most popular destinations; the Maroon Bells. Already there have been reports of moose charging hikers...
Festival Notes - July 11th, 2014
Today is Friday, July 11th. Cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han will give a master class this morning at 10am in Harris Concert Hall. At 6pm in the...
Festival Notes - July 10th, 2014
Today is Thursday, July 10th. Several free events, the season’s first opera at the Wheeler, and a live taping of Fred Child’s popular radio show...
Wastewater Wells from Drilling Can Cause Earthquakes
Drilling for oil and gas brings up a lot of water. If operators don’t reuse it for something else, they often pump it back down into the ground. The...
Festival Notes - July 9th, 2014
Today is Wednesday, July 9th. Today at noon in Paepcke Auditorium, High Notes presents noted musicologist, author and cultural historian Joseph Horowitz...
Glenwood Springs Brewer Serves Up "Wild" Creations
As the craft beer movement grows in the United States, breweries are working to set themselves apart and offer something different. Many are...
Festival Notes - July 8th, 2014
This is Festival Notes. Today is Tuesday, July 8th. Today at noon in the Aspen Chapel, hear a free Spotlight Recital showcasing some of the Festival’s...
Seeing Driling, Fracking Up Close
The word “fracking” has come to mean drilling in general for oil and gas-- and a major concern for communities and environmentalists in Colorado and...
Book: 40 Years of Festivation
In July of 1974 a bluegrass festival opened in Telluride, Colorado. It cost two bucks to get in and from a small shed like stage eight mostly unknown...
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