Stuff by Jeanne Souldern

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    TACAW presents 'good challenges' with MANAUS equity programming

    On July 26, Adriana Alvarez, Ph.D., will present the second installment in the Equity Speaker Series at The Arts Campus at Willits (TACAW).

    The series is an initiative of MANAUS’ Equity Action Project and, according to the website, “is a seven-week, anti-racism and race equity andread more →

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    ‘Golden age of documentaries’ finds favor in film series

    “We are in the golden age of documentaries,” declared Erika Mallin, executive director of the Aspen Institute Arts Program, as evidenced by the fact that documentary film is the most-watched genre across all movie streaming platforms.

    On July 25 and Aug. 1, the Aspen Institute Artsread more →

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    Responsible recreation begins with education

    National Forest Week (July 11-17) was started four years ago by the National Forest Foundation to “celebrate our incredible 193-million-acre National Forest System and all the benefits it provides to the public.”

    How do we responsibly celebrate our surroundings?

    Sam Massman, White River National Forest recreation program manager, said educating… read more →

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    Business opportunities abound for Carbondale couple

    At the end of January, Janie and Ryan Pratt purchased the business formerly known as Mary’s Main Street Spirits. They have changed the name to Downtown Liquors on Main and are, Janie, said, “a mom and pop store, locally-owned and operated.”

    Ryan, born and raised in Carbondale and a 1997… read more →

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    Carbondale joins Mountain Chamber Alliance

    The Carbondale Chamber of Commerce and four other Roaring Fork and Colorado River Valley chambers (Aspen, Basalt, Colorado River Valley and Glenwood Springs) have joined the Mountain Chamber Alliance (MCA) to strengthen partnerships across the central Rockies region.

    Existing MCA member chambers include: Buena Vista, Crested Butte/Mt. Crested Butte, Grand… read more →

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    Finding community — for family, work and home

    Interviewing Lindsay Hentschel, what comes through is her endearing sense of humor and her love for her community.

    Going into her 20th year with the Roaring Fork School District (RFSD), Hentschel will step into an assistant principal role at Glenwood Springs High School (GSHS) alongside Assistant Principal Gayla Rowe next… read more →

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    Survey results reveal overall satisfaction among RFSD educators

    The results of the 2022 Teaching and Learning Conditions in Colorado (TLCC) survey, administered this spring through the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) and released in May, are being analyzed by school administrators across the state.

    According to the CDE website, “TLCC is a statewide, confidentialread more →

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    Great Expectations, rebranding and revitalizing

    In recognition of its expanding services, Family Visitors Program (FVP) has changed its name to Great Expectations.

    Rebranding for the Glenwood Springs-based nonprofit, founded in 1983, was announced in May by Executive Director Andrew Romanoff, with reassurance that its mission — “to strengthen and empower families,read more →

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    Grovestock festival plants magic at Sunlight

    Three years in the making, a partnership between Echo-Terra, LLC and Sunlight Mountain Resort has sprouted into Grovestock, a three-day music and arts festival at Sunlight from June 10-12. 

    Echo-Terra, a Roaring Fork Valley-based event planning and production company, was formed in late 2019 by threeread more →

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    Poeta local escribe un mundo mejor en existencia

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Tony Alcántara lleva 10 años escribiendo poesía, publicándola bajo José Antonio Alcántara, su nombre legal.

    Conocido como Tony por sus amigos, explica: “Cuando empecé a escribir poesía, quise usar mi nombre legal, José, en lugar de Tony, porque estaba en este valle. Quería que los demás… read more →