There’s an oft-repeated Aspen riddle that goes something like this: “How many Aspenites does it take to screw in a light bulb?”“Four. One to screw in the bulb, and three to say how good the old one was.”It’s a punch line that holds more truth than mi …Read More »
MountainSummit wants to get you out of your seat and out of the theater.The eighth annual documentary film festival, produced by the Wheeler Opera House and running through Sunday Aug. 28, is inviting audiences to do more than watch this year with a …Read More »
Local photographer and filmmaker Pete McBride has been battered and bloodied this year during a rarely attempted trek across the length of the Grand Canyon. McBride and writer Kevin Fedarko have undertaken the 650-mile hike to learn about development …Read More »
The new owners of El JeBowl are sparing nothing in their quest to score a strike with young adults in the midvalley. Craig Spivey and Tom Weber, partners in Bowlounge in Dallas, purchased the bowling business in El Jebel on Aug. 15. They bought the b …Read More »
The Scenic Loop Trail adjacent to Maroon Lake had a rare closure lasting a second day Wednesday because of moose.Moose sightings and trail closures aren’t unusual, said Peggy Jo Trish, longtime supervisor of the Maroon Lake facilities for the Aspen S …Read More »
Basalt Regional Library District voters will be asked to approve a property tax hike for the next seven years or there will be cuts to staff and services.The library’s board of trustees decided to seek a property tax increase in the Nov. 8 election t …Read More »
An actual Museum of Broken Relationships exists.The odd collection of artifacts from breakups and failed couplings, conceived by two Croatian artists, began as a traveling exhibit a decade ago, making its way around the world and finding a permanent …Read More »
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