Around Aspen: More Institute Fellows
Aspen Times Weekly
This week continues the coverage of the holiday party held by the Aspen Institute Fellows in the Doerr-Hosier center at the Aspen Meadows. It was such a festive evening.
Local college students who have been named to the Dean’s List for academic achievement include Basalt resident Kyra Gabow, who earned her honor at Connecticut College on the coast of southern New England, and Zachary Shultz of Carbondale, who earned his honor at Bryant University in Smithfield, R.I. Additionally, Samuel Coffey of Snowmass Village was named to the Dean’s List at the University of New Hampshire, and Annalise Grueter of Basalt made the Dean’s List at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y.
Chef Mark Fischer just keeps getting the write-ups in national magazines. In November 2010 he appeared in Outside magazine, which gave kudos to his Carbondale restaurants Six89 and Phat Thai, and mentions his new American eatery called The Pullman in Glenwood Springs, across the street from the train station.
The same issue of Outside featured a full-page advertisement for Sierra Mist, a lemon-lime soda, with a big photo of the Maroon Bells. The Bells are so beautiful they are featured in so many ads.
Physicists Loyal and Bernice Durand have moved permanently to their Aspen home on Pearl Court. They have been active members of the Aspen Center for Physics in summers for many years.
Undercurrent… The flower and garden catalogs have arrived, just in time to study and plan this summer’s garden but also for the children to cut up and paste on doilies for valentines.
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