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  • Locations: Español Published

    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 →

  • Locations: Columns, Español Published

    No todo lo que brilla es oro

    No todo lo que brilla es oro. De hecho, a veces lo que brilla te quita el oro. 

    María es una mujer de 46 años y madre de tres hijos adultos. María se separó de su esposo hace 10 años y había estado soltera desde su separación. Hace unos… read more →

  • Locations: Columns, Español Published

    Inmigrante, ¿donde dejaste el arte?

    Unos de mis sueños es poder ver arte que represente a nuestra comunidad latina. Me gustaría ver arte que muestre lo colorido que es ser latino. Quiero ver arte que me recuerde a mi niñez en México, a los juegos y las tradiciones que deje atrás al llegar a este… read more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    Carbondale gana un parque y un complejo de condominios

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    La reunión municipal ordinaria de Carbondale del 10 de mayo contó con la asistencia de todos los administradores. Después de dar reconocimiento a una buena cantidad de estudiantes del mes, se escucharon los comentarios de personas que no aparecen en la agenda.

    El residente Arn Menconi… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Ready, get set, race!

    Time to take those new running shoes out of the box because the 45th Basalt Half-Marathon and Relay (BHM) is happening Saturday, June 4.

    Aside from the running, the BHM is a fundraiser for the Basalt High School (BHS) cross country program and is one of Colorado’s fastest and most… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    ‘Missing middle’ vyes with low-income rentals

    Basalt Town councilors heard a lengthy introduction to preliminary plans for a 155-unit residential subdivision in Sopris Meadows that raised philosophical questions about the town’s “missing middle class.” Project developer Michael Lipkin’s firm, Possumco, LLC, presented its application for the build out of Sopris Meadows’ Parcel 5 on 12 acres… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Telling truth with fiction

    In Nathanial White’s debut sci-fi novella, “Conscious Designs”, the local creative writing and advanced placement literature teacher explores some of the big questions currently facing society: What does it mean to be human? Can we be human without suffering? How does technology change us?

    “Conscious Designs”read more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    From the mayor: An update on development in Carbondale

    The most common questions that community members are asking me this month are about the scale and pace of development occurring along Highway 133. We each fall in love with Carbondale as it exists at a particular moment in time — often the moment you moved here or the way… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Bagels, bagels, bagels

    According to some people (particularly from the East Coast), the Roaring Fork Valley has generally been lacking in fresh and tasty bagels. Open Sesame seeks to fill that niche as a perfect breakfast, or lunch, stop with a variety of bagel sandwiches, spreads and pastries.

    Speakingread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Three Dems step up in CD3 race

    The Sopris Sun recently caught up with each of the three candidates vying to run on the Democratic Party’s ticket in November’s election to replace Congresswoman Lauren Boebert as Colorado’s Third Congressional District (CD3) representative to the federal government.

    During the primary election, June 28, votersread more →