Stuff by Raleigh Burleigh

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Mature Content: Cherishing the Golden Years

    This month’s columnist, Larry Bogatz, writes about what it’s like being old in Carbondale. He’s luckier than most, he tells us, because he has means that translate into options. Still, the choices can be heart-wrenching. After reading his story, imagine yourself in a similar situation (unless you are already there). Willread more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    Chisme del Pueblo - 28 de octubre

    Traducción por Jacquelinne Castro

    Día de los Muertos

    Carbondale Arts y Valley Settlement exhibirán una “ofrenda” comunitaria honrando el Día de los Muertos, frente a The Launchpad desde el lunes 1 de noviembre hasta el 11 de noviembre. La comunidad está bienvenida a contribuir con fotos y recuerdos honrando a… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Carbondale Report: Town manager selection process narrows in

    During trustee comments, at the regular meeting on Oct. 26, Ben Bohmfalk encouraged everyone to vote, announcing it is now too late to mail a ballot. There is a ballot drop-box located at Town Hall. Bohmfalk also reminded the public of the upcoming comprehensive plan update meeting, presentingread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Scuttlebutt / Calendar - October 28, 2021

    Congratulations, Autumn!

    Glenwood Springs Middle School science teacher Autumn Rivera was named Colorado Teacher of the Year. Rivera was featured in a Sopris Sun article on Oct. 6, after being nominated as a finalist. Rivera will be recognized, along with other top teachers from around the country, at the White… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Local teacher meets Dalai Lama

    Basalt Elementary dual-language educator Brittany Rose was selected among her peers to address His Holiness the Dalai Lama during a virtual conversation hosted on Monday night, Oct. 25.

    The opportunity came by way of the Compassion and Dignity for Educators project developed by the University ofread more →

  • Locations: Letters Published

    Letters - Oct. 21, 2021

    Trash kills bears

    As I left my house to go to work this morning, I observed – yet again – that a neighbor along my street had their trash can knocked over with trash strewn all over. With the many public information campaigns repeating the mantra that trash kills bears,… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    “Hoodwinked” unravels limitations

    “Hoodwinked” is a nonfiction book by Carbondale resident Larry Gottlieb. The title is derived from a word that means “to deceive or trick; to blindfold.” The work of this part-memoir, part-thesis is to remove that blindfold and welcome the reader into the myriad of possibilities existing just beyond their self-fulfilling… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Scuttlebutt and Calendar - Oct. 21, 2021

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    Glenwood leaf drop

    Glenwood Springs residents are welcome to drop off their fallen leaves at the old rodeo grounds near the airport, anytime of day, through Nov. 30. Folks that utilize the drop-off must remove leaves from plastic bags and assure that no stones, litter,

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  • Locations: Español Published

    Chisme del Pueblo - 21 de octubre

    Traducción por Jacquelinne Castro

    Tabla de Carbondale

    La ciudad de Carbondale invita a los hispanohablantes a participar en una reunión pública con respecto a la actualización del plan comprensivo el miércoles 27 de octubre a las 6 p.m. Los resultados de la encuesta comunitaria reciente con respecto al plan comprensivo está… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Uniting the nation with dance

    What does it mean to belong — to a community, to a place, to our own bodies?

    Artist Helanius J. Wilkins and collaborator A. Ryder Turner are embarking on a massive project, spanning all 50 states and Washington, D.C., to hold that question like a mirror on the disparate states… read more →