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Get Going
By Cindy Hirschfeld | July 28, 2015

Heat Wave
The traditional Coleman camp stove goes gourmet with the FyreCommander 3-in-1...

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Colorful Browns Canyon
By Todd Hartley | July 28, 2015

Whitewater rafters have known about Browns Canyon on the Arkansas River, one of the country’s most popular rafting destinations, for a long time. Now the rest of the world can get acquainted with this special place, as 21,586 acres of...

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Sound Memories
By Cindy Hirschfeld | July 28, 2015

For all of Jazz Aspen Snowmass’ history, photographer Steve Mundinger has been there to capture every moment, large and small. Find more of Mundinger’s photos in JAS’ new...

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Charitable Instincts
By Ron Schiller | July 28, 2015

Aspen often makes headlines for its collection of billionaires. Less recognized is our town’s extraordinary concentration of leading philanthropists. Whether examining the board membership and other top donors of the Anderson Ranch Arts...

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Rockies Road
By Cindy Hirschfeld | July 27, 2015

In 2006, renowned humorist Garrison Keillor was in Aspen for HBO’s U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, promoting the Robert Altman-directed film A Prairie Home Companion. Altman has since passed away, and Keillor is returning for the first time to Aspen...

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All About the Drama
By Tess Weaver Strokes | July 27, 2015

Actor Kathy Pelowski has performed with the Aspen Music Festival and School, Theatre Aspen, the Crystal Palace and the Aspen Fringe Festival, but it’s the Hudson Reed Ensemble...

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Pas de Trois
By Barbara Platts | July 27, 2015

For 25-year-old dancer Jenelle Figgins, making the decision to leave the hustle and bustle of New York City to join Aspen Santa Fe Ballet was easy. She loved her time with her former company, Dance...

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New Energy
By Kelly J. Hayes | July 27, 2015

The people who produce the American Renewable Energy Day Summit (Aug. 8 to 13) are audacious enough to believe that they can change the world.

And given the growth that AREDAY has seen in the 11 years since its...

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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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