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Super Salads
By Laurel Miller | July 16, 2015

1. Burrata Plate, SO at the Aspen Art Museum
The menu changes every Tuesday, but popular demand requires chef Julia Domingos to keep this elegant dish...

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25 Ways to Savor Summer
By The Editors | July 13, 2015

Grab a seat and a glass for one of these summerlong tributes to your drink of choice at restaurants around town. Champagne Sundays at Brexi Brasserie (411 S. Monarch St.) feature a...

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Dressing Up for All Ages
By Harley Dante | July 6, 2015

1. Privé Porter, July 3- August 31
Luxury purse retailer Privé Porter temporarily expands its online presence by bringing its large collection of Hermès bags to Aspen. Now...

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Ride Ready
By Cindy Hirschfeld | June 25, 2015

1. A high-visibility color, generous coverage and extra-large vents distinguish POC’s Octal AVIP MIPS helmet. Protection is also enhanced because of MIPS, which reduces the rotational forces on your brain during...

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Detox Time
By Barbara Platts | June 18, 2015

1. Juice Cleanse from True Nature
Flush out the toxins in your system via a three-day juice cleanse with True Nature’s organic cold-pressed juices. Drink five juices...

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Food and Wine Extracurriculars
By Barbara Platts | June 11, 2015

1. Food & Wine Classic 5K Charity Race, June 19
Get your blood flowing with this 3.1 mile run from Rio Grande Park. Participating...

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My Town: Laura Werlin
By Linda Hayes | June 5, 2015

Part-time Aspenite, full-time cheese expert and James Beard Award-winning cookbook author Laura Werlin is as at home sharing her immense knowledge at Food & Wine Classic in Aspen seminars (this is her 10th year as a presenter) as she is teaching...

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Musical Chair
By Grace Lichtenstein | June 5, 2015

This summer marks a decade that Alan Fletcher has been at the helm of the Aspen Music Festival and School. Although the festival confronted major crises along the way, in recent years it has...

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A Different Cast
By Geoff Mueller | June 5, 2015

Anglers target Gold Medal stretches of the Roaring Fork and Frying Pan rivers every summer. Most are also familiar with the full calendar of insect hatches on these and popular neighboring rivers like the Colorado and Crystal. Don’t-miss events...

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A Woman's Place...
Linda Hayes | Photography by Ehren Joseph | June 5, 2015

Skill. Knowledge. Experience. Taste. These attributes of success in the world of food and wine are most often attributed to the guys manning stoves, stockpiling wine cellars or masterfully ruling over packed dining rooms. But...

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Summer Breeze
Styling by Constance Golder | June 4, 2015

Hair by Christine Morris-Assalone at Full Circle 
Makeup by Carolyn Reese at Full Circle 
Model: Masha Voronina at IMG 

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