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Aspen lodging talk today

Staff report

The Time Travel Tuesdays series continues today with a panel discussion about the shifting dynamics of the resort-lodging industry.

The discussion, called “Lodging: Communal to Condo,” is set for 5:30 p.m. today at the Wheeler/Stallard Museum, 620 W. Bleeker St. Cost is $10 per person and free for Lixiviator members.

Speakers will include Michael Behrendt, owner of the St. Moritz and a former Aspen City Council member; Craig Melville, manager of the Mountain Chalet and son of founder Ralph Melville; and Charles Paterson, who owned the former Boomerang Lodge.

The last Time Travel Tuesdays event is March 10, when pundits tackle the topic of ski fashion, at the former Crystal Palace location at 300 E. Hyman Ave. Titled “Ski Fashion: A Retro-Spectacle,” brands discussed will include Obermeyer, Stefan Kaelin, old Aspen Skiing Co. ski school uniforms, Strafe and Corbeaux. Dancing and cocktails will follow.

The series is presented by the Aspen Historical Society in partnership with Aspen Sojourner.

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