Stuff by Myki Jones

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    The Crow & Key welcomes collaboration

    The Crow & Key hosted its grand opening at 443 Main Street on March 3, as part of Carbondale’s First Friday celebration. This family-owned home decor and gift store is operated by Amber Frisbie and her husband, Ted. They work closely with local and small business owners, as well as… read more →

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    Ian Jones comes to Steve’s Guitars on March 25

    On March 25, Washington state artist Ian Jones will perform at Steve’s Guitars to promote his upcoming album, “Results Not Typical,” which will be released on April 7.

    Jones has been writing music since before high school; he has played for over 30 years with a variety of bands, The… read more →

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    DanceAspen draws local and global talents

    DanceAspen will premiere its new winter program at the Wheeler Opera House in Aspen on March 17 and 18 at 7:30pm. This production will feature three original creations from world-renowned choreographers Penny Saunders, Yin Yue and Sebastian Kloborg. The performance will also feature works from local in-house dancers Matthew Gilmore,… read more →

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    Reproductive healthcare services walk a tenuous tightrope

    By Myki Jones and Jeanne Souldern

    Sopris Sun Correspondents

    The Supreme Court’s June 2022 Dobbs v. Jackson decision gave states the power to regulate abortion, effectively overturning Roe v. Wade and leaving many seeking access to safe abortion services traveling across state lines to access this healthcare.

    Colorado is one… read more →

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    Local ‘fungi’ filmmaker earns international praise

    Hamilton Pevec premiered his latest film — “Azurescens: Through a Blue Lens” — at the third annual Fungi Film Festival, hosted in Portland, Oregon, on Dec. 8, 2022. Locals had the opportunity to view the film, which has since earned many major awards, at a locally-hosted fungi filmread more →

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    TRTC presents "You Can't Take it With You"

    Thunder River Theatre Company (TRTC) will be premiering their third production of the 2022/23 season, “You Can’t Take it With You”, on Feb. 17. The show will run for three weekends, through March 3.

    The story centers around a conflict between two families with drastically different outlooks on life, the… read more →

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    Colorado Mountain College contempla expandirse a Moffat

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    La junta administrativa del Colorado Mountain College (CMC) se reunió los días 12 y 13 de diciembre en Glenwood Springs. Entre los temas de discusión se encontraba una solicitud de la junta del Moffat County Affiliated Junior College District para llevar aread more →

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    Works by local women highlighted in Clay Center show

    The Carbondale Clay Center opened its current exhibition, “The Way We Are: Women of The Roaring Fork Valley”, on Jan. 16 and it will remain on display until Feb. 24 with a First Friday reception on Feb. 3 from 6pm to 8pm. As the name implies, the exhibition features diverse… read more →

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    Colorado Mountain College considers expanding into Moffat

    The Colorado Mountain College (CMC) Board of Trustees met Dec. 12-13 in Glenwood Springs. Among the topics of discussion was a request from the Moffat County Affiliated Junior College District Board to conduct a study regarding the feasibility of Moffat County’s annexation into the CMC district. After completion of this… read more →

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    A new year, a fresh Salon

    The award-winning “Salon” performance series is returning to The Launchpad in Carbondale on Jan. 28. The concept was founded in Philadelphia by composer Andrea Clearfield in 1986 and was brought to Aspen by Andrea Clearfield and Michele Kiley. It has celebrated over five years with co-curator/host Alya Howeread more →