Aspen Gay Ski Week celebrated its 39th edition from Jan. 16-24, across all four Aspen/Snowmass ski areas and throughout town with nearly 4,000 guests in attendance. Introducing Logo TV as the presenting sponsor this year added a major impact with mor …Read More »
It’s hard not to pick up the infectious smiles of Jack Linehan and Jeff Clark when they’re together. The Snowmass residents — also known as the J-Bombers — are roommates, friends and training partners for some of the most difficult ski-mountaineering …Read More »
Aspen Skiing Co. announced the final two concerts in the lineup for the free Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series scheduled for the ski season, adding Big Gigantic on March 25 and Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers on March 26 to the lineup.The Hi-Fi Concert Seri …Read More »
#AspenOnTheHill February 5th - Shadow Mountain Shreddin' On the Hill is brought to you by The Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute. Jeremy Wallace changes scenery and laps the Shadow Mountain and Ruthie's lifts, an area th …Read More »
Three Aspen ski mountaineers aren’t letting the pressure of our “what’s next?” society prevent them from soaking in the epic accomplishment they achieved last spring.Chris Davenport and Ted and Christy Mahon completed their quest May 27 to climb and …Read More »
A high-ranking executive at Aspen Valley Hospital tendered her resignation last week, less than two weeks after CEO Dan Bonk announced his exit.Elaine Gerson, chief clinical officer and general counsel at the hospital, gave 30 days’ notice for her re …Read More »
W e’ve gotten to know Grace Potter and her showstopping performances well over the years in Aspen. She’s played Belly Up regularly. She did a Skico Hi-Fi Concert outside in Snowmass. She gave an epic rain-drenched performance at Jazz Aspen Snowmas …Read More »
A Front Range man might be charged with a felony in connection with a bar fight that took place early Thursday morning, a prosecutor said. But as of Thursday afternoon, Patrick Corse, 24, of Westminster, was charged with only misdemeanors — assault a …Read More »
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No, parking costs enough as it is, and the hike is a blow to locals' wallets.
Yes, but I doubt it will work. People love their cars.
Yes, anything to deter motorists from parking downtown.