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    Sweetwater on the rocks

    Sweetwater Lake has turned into a thorn in the side of the Garfield County Commissioners, caught off guard when Governor Jared Polis declared that the newly purchased federal land may become Colorado’s 43rd state park. 

    In September 2019, during a public meeting the commissioners discussed the plan of the… read more →

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    CRMPIng along for a better future

    Jerome Osentowki — an internationally-recognized permaculture pioneer — began farming on Basalt Mountain in the 1970s. Nearly 50 years later, the Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute (CRMPI) is one of the oldest established demonstration sites in the United States. Operating at 7,200 feet in elevation, CRMPI has attracted students from… read more →

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    Musician makes the world a smaller place, one song at a time

    Eli Lev’s love of travel and sincere interest in world cultures have outfitted the singer-songwriter with a unique toolkit for musical storytelling.

    Lev will, as he says, “make the world a smaller place” by bringing his indie folk and Americana music leanings, with an “originals and covers set,” to the… read more →

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    Scuttlebutt / Calendar - Sept. 22, 2022

    Farewell, El Jebel

    On Friday, Sept. 16, the White River National Forest released a draft decision approving the sale or lease of its 30-acre administrative site near El Jebel. According to Aspen-Sopris District Ranger Kevin Warner, selling or leasing the land will provide the agency with funds toread more →

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    YouthZone film festival takes students to new heights

    Prepare to be inspired and entertained as student filmmakers from the Roaring Fork Valley and across the country take center stage at the third annual YouthZone Ascent Youth Film Festival. The film festival doubles as a fundraiser, and will celebrate the students’ hard work and creativity at The Orchard in… read more →

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    Aspen Filmfest showcases our world's past and present

    Aspen Film presents the 43rd annual Aspen Filmfest from Sept. 27 through Oct. 3 at Aspen’s Wheeler Opera House and Isis Theatre, and the Crystal Theatre in Carbondale.

    The festival opens on Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. with “Good Night Oppy” screening at the Wheeler Opera House. The film tells… read more →

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    El rincón del Sargento: Un pueblito llamado ‘Querutzeo’

    ¡Colorido y alegre! Así es nuestro México y gran parte de Latinoamérica. Tuve el honor de visitar México durante la fiesta de independencia. Pero esta vez, en lugar de viajar a una zona turista, me fui a mi pueblito. Un lugar desconocido y fuera del ambiente comercial. Mis raíces vienen… read more →

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    Al no artista: Tu creatividad está sufriendo y tu teléfono es el culpable

    Seré la primera en admitir que mi creatividad sufre a causa de mi teléfono. Me engaño a mi misma y me digo que tengo que buscar inspiración en Instagram para ser relevante a lo que ocurre en el mundo del arte.

    Despues de 30 minutos, me doy cuenta que he… read more →

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    Combinando el cuidado de los hijos y el equilibrio entre el trabajo y la vida personal

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Después de dar a luz a mi primer hijo, mi esposo y yo pensamos que podíamos amañar nuestros horarios para no tener que pagar la guardería. Él trabajaba de 6:30 a.m. a 2:30 p.m. y yo trabajaba como recepcionista en el Ritz-Carltonread more →

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    Chisme del Pueblo - 22 de septiembre

    Traducción por Jacquelinne Castro

    Adiós, El Jebel

    El viernes 16 de septiembre, el bosque nacional White River publicó un proyecto de decisión aprobando la venta o renta de su sitio administrativo de 30 acres cerca de El Jebel. De acuerdo con el guardabosques del distrito de Aspen-Sopris, Kevin Warner, la… read more →