Around Aspen: New at the Music Festival
Aspen Times Weekly
Molly McArdle is the new development director and the newest member of the senior management team of the Aspen Music Festival and School. On Feb. 23, Merrill Ford gave a reception at her home at the Aspen Meadows to introduce Molly to various townsfolk. Molly is taking over the position held for many years by Mimi Teschner.
Aspen photographer David O. Marlow has photos featured in the April issue of Architectural Digest magazine showing the Montreal home of Canadian tycoon Herbert Black. It’s the No. 1 home in Canada, claims Black, with interiors created by New York-based David Easton, who has designed interiors in many Aspen-area homes as well as the initial design for The Little Nell and the Aspen Mountain Club.
Nancy Magoon and Marcie Musser are hosting a special gathering to celebrate English in Action’s work that supports our immigrant community. The event will be held at Montagna at The Little Nell on Tuesday, March 16 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Several English in Action students and tutors will be at the party and people are encouraged to attend and hear their stories. RSVP by calling 963-9200.
Pauli Hayes and her son, Gus Fitzgerald, will be visiting March 17-23 with Pauli’s parents, Mary Eshbaugh Hayes and Jim Hayes. They live in Scottsville, Va., and were supposed to come earlier in the winter but were snowed in. Pauli was a reporter at The Aspen Times for 10 years in the 1980s. She is now an editor with an environmental agency in the East.
Undercurrent … Every morning between 8:30 and 9, I see skiers swooping down the Little Nell slope. They must be the avid skiers who walk up the mountain to get that first run in the powder.
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Bluebird skies, spring-like temperatures and a few inches of snow from Monday night’s storm helped Snowmass skiers and snowboarders cruise into the season Wednesday for opening day.