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Top 5 Best Hikes in Aspen

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Top 5 Best Hikes
By Hilary Stunda | July 25, 2016

1. Rio Grande Trail
This meandering trail that flanks the Roaring Fork River begins behind the Aspen Post Office on Puppy Smith Road and goes all the way down to Basalt and beyond. The first two miles of the trail are paved and then...

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Top 5 New Bars in Aspen
By Shannon Asher | July 18, 2016

1. Hooch
The speakeasy sensation of a bar, known as Hooch, takes locals back to the 1920s where the era of wild drunkenness, all-night parties and lawlessness comes...

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The Power of Narrative Art
By Susan Benner | July 15, 2016

Each year the Anderson Ranch Arts Center gives its National Artist Award to an artist judged to be among “the most significant of our time,” says Executive Director...

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The Storyteller
By Scott Lasser | July 15, 2016

First, he went to the sink and turned off the water. The room’s resident had fled so quickly he hadn’t bothered to close the tap. Next, John Wilcox positioned himself behind the cement barricade of the room’s balcony. He peered across to...

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Flight Plans
By Kelly J. Hayes | July 15, 2016

When Ted Davenport levels his eyes on yours and says, “I love speed. No, I love gravity even more,” the passion is so palpable that you feel you, too, could don a squirrel suit and take flight off the side of a 4,000-foot cliff. That is how...

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In the Studio
By David Floria | July 15, 2016

James Surls is a burly bear of a man with a big, warm heart. A significantly successful internationally renowned and respected sculptor, he makes powerfully delicate organic abstractions and figurative constructions in wood, bronze and steel. He also creates...

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Aspen's Culinary Ambassadors
Kelly J. Hayes | Photo by Jim Paussa | July 14, 2016

Each year, both Jimmy Yeager, owner of a pair of eponymous Aspen eateries, and Miles Angelo, executive chef of the Caribou Club, lead their respective chefs, sommeliers and management on tasting...

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Razzle-Dazzle in the Mountains
By Harry Teague | July 14, 2016

As an architect, I am often asked the question: How do we actually create a building, or in this case, a campus of buildings?

An extremely brief answer would be that we begin by gathering all kinds of information about the...

Portals Art Installation at Aspen Ideas Festival

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Seeing Through
By Steve Alldredge | July 14, 2016

Curiosity and human connections are at the heart of the Portals art installation created by Amar Bakshi, Michelle Moghtader and John Farrace. The provocative Portals project...

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Mixed Media
By Hilary Stunda | July 14, 2016

A Citroën sliced lengthwise into three long pieces, then reassembled without the middle (“La DS,” 1993); full-size pianos with two keyboards (“Mother,” 1998); ribbons of toilet paper suspended from a ceiling fan (“Toilet Ventilator,...

Inside Aspen’s Blackbird Residence

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Angles of Repose
By Linda Hayes | July 14, 2016

“It’s all about the senses,” notes architect Will Bruder of the sleek mountain home, dubbed Blackbird for its bird-like appearance, that he designed near Aspen’s ski slopes. “It captures the energy of light and lets you observe...

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Six Artists, Six Perspectives
By Leanne Goebel & Steve Alldredge | July 11, 2016

BRIAN COLLEY
It wasn’t until he moved to the Roaring Fork Valley in 2010 that Brian Colley “figured out what to do with...

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