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The Residence is an eight-suite high-end hotel nestled on the top floor of the oldest brick building in downtown Aspen, which was erected in 1886. The 31-year-old hotel was founded by Terry Butler, who remains the proprietor. Its interior combines elegance with historic flavor, and the boutique aesthetic marries perfectly with the town’s seasonal style trends.
11.27.2017
From significant financial donations to the contribution of one’s time, giving to one another is a common cause among people in the Roaring Fork Valley. Here are the profiles of six that have changed lives.
11.27.2017
On its 20th anniversary, writer Matthew Malone recounts a day Aspen will long remember.
11.27.2017
Tatjana Soli spent September as Aspen Words writer-in-residence, where she made the final edits to "The Removes," a forthcoming novel ($27, Sarah Crichton Books, Farrar, Straus and Giroux) set to be released in June 2018. She is the author of The New York Times best-seller "The Lotus Eaters," "The Forgetting Tree" and "The Last Good Paradise." "The Removes" tells the story of Libby Custer, wife of the legendary general and Indian fighter, George Armstrong Custer, interwoven with the account of a young girl taken by a Sioux war party and held in captivity for years, and the ways in which each woman is transformed by the addictive intensity of their experiences in the American frontier.
11.27.2017
The Roaring Fork Valley’s Peter Olenick is training South Korea’s first halfpipe and slopestyle ski team.
11.27.2017