Last week’s 10 most-read stories on AspenTimes.com
November 9, 2009
Which article got the most views and what else rounded out the top 10?Here’s a preview: The Alan Fletcher and Aspen Music Festival saga takes another mysterious turn | Aspen chamber could be saying goodbye to a large group of members | Bidders pounced on the chance to pay someone else’s property taxes | AND MUCH MOREFrom the joyous to the tragic, the AspenTimes.com Top 10 is a weekly recap of our best local stories. Check out the complete list and e-mail your favorite to email@example.com.
10.Questions circle Fletcher and Aspen Music FestivalIs Alan Fletcher still at the top of the Aspen Music Festival and School? Maybe.9.Snowmass restaurant owner facing evictionRelated Westpac files eviction action on DeGraff to vacate Liquid Sky and Junk. 8.Man pleads guilty to assaulting Aspen officerAn Aspen man Monday pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer, and will likely face four years in prison.7.Breckenridge voters OK marijuana decriminalizationBreckenridge residents voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana and paraphernalia under town law.6.Review: Jackson’s ‘This Is It” a flawed gift to fansLet’s agree, “Michael Jackson’s This Is It” was undertaken much too soon to be a great documentary the way the performer was extraordinary.5.Bidders snap up liens on Pitkin County propertiesThirty-seven bidders jumped at the chance to pay somebody else’s property taxes Thursday at Pitkin County’s annual tax lien sale.4.Value of public land at center of Pitkin County debateProposed Sutey Ranch swap presents a thicket of issues.3.Aspen to see boost in flights for ski seasonIf Aspen and Snowmass Village have poor tourist numbers this winter, it won’t be for lack of commercial airline flights.2.Realtors see some signs of hope in Aspen marketThe Aspen real estate market might be rebounding after a rough period, real estate agents said Friday. 1.Liquid Sky and Junk at Snowmass placed in receivershipLiquid Sky and Junk restaurants in Snowmass Base Village have been put into receivership as a result of business owner Scott DeGraff defaulting on a $2 million loan to his landlord, court documents allege.