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“Worst of” brought out the best

I’d like to commend you on your staff. Sean Beckwith’s column (“A round of Razzies for Aspen and Snowmass,” Sept, 9, 2018) was great. He was able to publicly lambast a locally owned business that is priced for locals, offers live music as an alternative to the Belly Up and employs a dozen local folks year-round. Bravo to have such courage, Sean, bravo! I, for one, will continue to try and support locally owned businesses as it’s only getting more and more difficult to operate in this town.

Aidan Wynn


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