Stuff by Myki Jones

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    Elk Range makes mountain music

    A local bluegrass favorite, the acoustic quartet known as Elk Range, will be performing at this year’s Mountain Fair on Saturday, July 30. The band says that they are excited to play in their hometown for friends and fans, while bringing their music to a more eclectic audience. Through July… read more →

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    TRTC rebrands at 25

    Thunder River Theatre Company (TRTC) is celebrating its 25th anniversary with an open house gala and cabaret at their building on Saturday, June 25. The event will feature food trucks, including Mama’s Pierogi, and a bar for adult attendees courtesy of Marble Distilling. 

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    Goodflower dispensary sprouts in Carbondale

    Cousins Brandon Turner and Ty Ritchey opened Goodflower on April 12 to serve the Roaring Fork Valley with a robust approach to selling recreational and medical marijuana products and accessories. This includes discounts every day of the week, high-quality glass smoking pieces, essential oil candles, as well as a large… read more →

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    Festival de la fresa está de vuelta

    Traducción Dolores Duarte 

    El 125avo festival “Strawberry Days” -Días o festival de la fresa de Glenwood Springs pronto estará aquí. Después de una pausa de dos años, debido a la pandemia, la diversión regresa del 17 al 19 de junio en el parque Two Rivers. read more →

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    Strawberry Days makes a comeback

    Glenwood Springs’ 125th Strawberry Days festival is upon us. After a two-year respite, due to the pandemic, the fun returns June 17-19 at Two Rivers Park. 

    The historic celebration got its start on June 18, 1898. It was initially organized by the Tri-County Farmers Union to promote some of… read more →

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    Valley Folk: Shoota Baby

    It’s no secret that the Roaring Fork Valley is brimming with a wide variety of artists, ranging from painters to performers. The live events span many genres, including country/bluegrass, folk, punk and rock. The Valley is not, however, known especially for hip-hop and rap music. This may change,read more →

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    Legacy Dance Company teaches with empathy

    Legacy Dance Company (LDC) of Glenwood Springs is preparing for its fifth annual dance recital — “Legends of Dance” — which will take place May 6-7 at Glenwood Springs High School, starting at 6:30 p.m.

    LDC hosts dance classes for everyone from 18 months of ageread more →

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    Amy Kimberly prepares for ‘rewirement’

    Amy Kimberly is perhaps the best-known member of Carbondale’s eclectic community. She has been instrumental in carrying forth the Mountain Fair tradition since 2004, and her role as executive director of Carbondale Arts brought fresh zeal into the organization. In 2019, she was honored with the Governor’s Creative Leadership Award… read more →

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    Women’s Voices project returns with ‘Wetlands’

    Local nonprofit VOICES will premier their upcoming project, “Wetlands,” at the Thunder River Theatre Company (TRTC) building on April 29 at 7:30 p.m. The show is repeated on April 30 at the same time and on May 1 at 6 p.m. A final performance will be held at the Wheeler… read more →

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    Moving beyond abuse: ‘Expressive Journeys’

    Trigger warning: the following content touches on topics of sexual assault and abuse.

    Aspen Dance Connection is partnering with nonprofit the Empowered Voice to present “Expressive Journeys” at the Glenwood Vaudeville Revue on April 24 at 7 p.m. This artistic event is intended to amplify the voices of survivors of… read more →