Aspen

  • Locations: Español Published

    El festival inaugural Raizado trae a líderes de innovación a Aspen

    Cuando Mónica Ramírez y Olga Segura se propusieron cambiar algunas de las dañinas narrativas sobre la comunidad latina en los Estados Unidos, decidieron que la mejor vía para hacerlo sería a través de un festival, uno que valida el dolor y las dificultades que muchos latinos han experimentado al mismo… read more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    The Crystal Palace has fallen

    My childhood home was built around a blue spruce in Aspen’s West End. It wasn’t a good climbing tree — its bark rough with budding pine needles, slathered in sap and opportunistic ants. Still, we struggled up the trunk, planning tree forts and pretending to be pirates peering out of… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    ‘Real’ powwow gathering comes to Aspen

    This weekend, April 15 and 16, the Aspen Indigenous Foundation will host its largest native gathering yet. The nonprofit, responsible for organizing dance expositions, the Shining Mountains Film Festival and a single day powwow in 2019, is expecting upwards of 300 Native Americans representing as many as 75 tribes, plus… read more →

  • Locations: Obituaries Published

    Obituary: James Breasted

    November 13, 1937 – March 19, 2022

    James Breasted, a former Aspen City Councilman and Pitkin County Planning Commissioner who helped create the Roaring Fork Valley bus system and pushed for wilderness preservation of the Hunter Creek area above Aspen, died Saturday at his home in Carbondale. He was 84.… read more →