This unicorn was spotted in March, near the St. Mary Catholic Church on Main Street, for no apparent reasons other than to amuse onlookers and dance. Courtesy photo
Two former officeholders — one Mike Ireland, once a county commissioner, city councilman and Aspen mayor; the other Bob Braudis, former sheriff and county commissioner — go undercover during the pandemic on the Aspen Golf Course trail. Wendy Zaharko/Special to The Aspen Times
Jim Markalunas has lived in the same house in Aspen’s West End neighborhood for 63 years, and he had plenty of well-wishers celebrating while keeping their distance on his 90th birthday on the afternoon of March 3. Jim, wearing a plaid shirt, is pictured near the edge of his sidewalk. John Markalunas/Special to the Aspen Times
Reader Summer Richards of Aspen recently spotted this fox crossing Highway 82 up toward Independence Pass. “As animals have more room to roam nowadays, I do hope drivers can slow down and give them the space they deserve,” she said. Summer Richards/Special to The Aspen Times
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