Stuff by Jeanne Souldern

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    High Q moves to Main Street

    Redevelopment of the Sopris Shopping Center has left business owners scouting for alternatives. It has been a mixed bag of results, with some businesses closing permanently or temporarily, and others moving to a new space.

    One of those relocating is High Q. The retail marijuana store (dispensary) opened at the… read more →

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    Inventor rides waves of opportunity

    It may appear that Chris Karol’s life has taken a circuitous route. Looking closer, you will see that each turn has led to a series of connected pathways.
    The year 1982 would see the first official snowboard competition, the National Snow Surfing Championships (later known as the U.S. Open… read more →

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    Hometown author shines

    David Anderson remembers his childhood in Carbondale as some of the best days of his life and adds, “It was kind of like growing up in a storybook.”
    Last November, Anderson, who writes under the pen name “Spector Grove” published his debut novel, “Diunthum: Illumnesia.” It is the first… read more →

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    Mods4Quads, a resource for those impacted by paralysis

    Mods4Quads (M4Q), a newly-formed nonprofit based in the Roaring Fork Valley, hopes to fill the resource void for those living with paralysis, family members and caregivers.
    Executive Director Susan Leety and Program Director Adam Lavender are developing a comprehensive resource directory and creating an online social network… read more →

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    Love, light and heart: Carbondale-style

    On Valentine’s Day weekend, Feb. 13 and 14, the American Heart Association and Carbondale Creative District host Light the Night with Love. The “illuminated HeArt walk” takes place on a one-half mile stretch of the Rio Grande Trail, from DeRail Park (the ARTway arch) to the Latinx Folk Art Garden… read more →

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    42nd VVAS carries on a tradition

    The 42nd Valley Visual Arts Show (VVAS) opens on Jan. 22 in the R2 Gallery at Carbondale Arts (CA). The event will celebrate the work of 50 artists from the Roaring Fork Valley.
    2021 marks Carbondale Arts’ 50th anniversary, and Executive Director Amy Kimberly notes, “The VVAS… read more →

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    Learning Rhythms and Rhymes for Trying Times

    Last June, I saw a post on the Carbondale Facebook page from local musician Natalie Spears offering music lessons. At this point, I had spent over two months in COVID-remoteness and needed something to break out of my doldrums.

    One Christmas, I received a ukulele as a gift. It came… read more →

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    Norwood designs with purpose

    Update: Green is the New Black has been delayed until November. 

    Rochelle Norwood’s Africana designs are featured in the upcoming 12th annual Green is the New Black Fashion Extravaganza.

    Her introduction to Africa came 16years ago when she was dancing with the African Dance Ensemble ,

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    News Analysis: Precinct caucuses on March 7 offer grassroots participation

    We completed voting in the presidential primary this week, but did you know we still have precinct caucuses?

    Caucuses take place every two years and are a function of Colorado’s Democratic and Republican parties. Democratic and Republican party caucuses will be held, across Colorado, on Saturday, Marchread more →

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    A complete and accurate Census count impacts local service levels

    April 1 is Census Day. It is the date when the 2020 United States Census will count all people living in the United States, regardless of citizenship.

    About 30 community members of the Aspen to Parachute Complete Count Committee (A2PCCC) met on Jan. 15 at theread more →