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No Off-season for the Aspen Art Museum

Four Thursday Nights: Minus
April 26 and May 3, 10, and 17, 6 p.m.

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April 26, 2007 at 6 p.m.

The Simpson Verdict, 2002 by Kota Ezawa

Film introduction by artist Kota Ezawa and AAM Director and Chief Curator Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson

May 3, 2007 at 6 p.m.

Once in the XX Century, 2004 by Deimantas Narkevicius

Film introduction by AAM Assistant Curator Matthew Thompson

May 10, 2007 at 6 p.m.

Firehole, 2006 by Pawel Wojtasik

Film introduction by AAM Assistant Curator Matthew Thompson

2007 USASA Snowboarding Nationals

Stay Aspen Snowmass vacation specialist Jack Laderer qualified for the 2007 USASA Snowboarding Nationals which took place in Tahoe, CA
Jack scored an 8th place in Slopestyle and 7th place in Half-pipe.

Congratulations Jack!

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SNOWMASS VILLAGE ANNOUNCES FULL MUSIC LINE-UP FOR CHILI PEPPER & BREW FEST

From Bluegrass to Reggae, "Pepper Hill" rocks with music legends June 8-10, 2007

Snowmass Village, Colo. -- Snowmass Village is thrilled to announce the final line-up of music for the Chili Pepper & Brew Fest June 8-10, 2007, which includes The David Grisman Quintet, the Del McCoury Band, Spencer Durham, Papa Mali, Ziggy Marley, Sweet Sunny South, and Smokin' Joe Kelly.

Officially kicking off the Aspen/Snowmass summer season, this hot young festival in its 4th year offers prestigious microbrew and International Chili Society competitions and tastings and jalapeno hot music.

Friday was office ski day

After a busy winter season, the Stay Aspen Snowmass Team took a well-deserved Ski Day break. It wasn't a powder day, but instead the staff enjoyed beautiful sunshine and balmy temperature. See for yourself.

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Lunch at the Sundeck on Aspen Mountain

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Sean Keery waiting for the bus

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Aspen/Pitkin County Airport officially closed

Aspen Daily News

Staff Report -

Sun 04/08/2007

For the next 60 days, there won't be a single airplane in the sky directly above Aspen. For some, it's a nice break, but for others it's more of a hassle for those off-season plans.

While the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport runway gets an $11.9 million makeover, alternative transportation outlets are buffing up their services.

Sun Dog's K-9 Uphill

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Aspen International Mountain Foundation together with the Aspen Institute presents an environmental forum with Dr. Dan Garvey of

Aspen International Mountain Foundation together with the Aspen Institute presents an environmental forum with Dr. Dan Garvey of Prescott College on Thursday, April 5

March 28, 2007 (Aspen, Colo.) - The Aspen International Mountain Foundation together with the Aspen Institute is again pleased to present a forum on sustainable mountain environments. The event to be held at Paepcke Auditorium on April 5, 2007 at 5:30 p.m. is part of the Aspen Sister Cities' 20th anniversary celebration of their sister city relationship with Chamonix, France.

SNOWMASS VILLAGE ANNOUNCES NEW FREE MUSIC SERIES ALCOHOL SALES TO BENEFIT LOCAL NONPROFITS

Snowmass Village, Colo. -- Snowmass Village is pleased to announce that local Snowmass nonprofits will be the beneficiaries of the sale of alcohol at this summer's free concerts.

"We're pleased to be able to continue this beloved concert series that our community has appreciated for the past 15 years," says the town's Director of Marketing & Special Events Susan Hamley. "Donating the proceeds is another way to support the community and raise awareness for local organizations and partners."

On Duty

Aspen Daily News

Christine Benedetti - Aspen Daily News Staff Writer

Tue 04/03/2007 11:01AM

Jim Scott, of California, rides down the Velvet Falls run in a monoski at Snowmass Ski Area on Monday.Veterans gather in Snowmass for Winter Sports Clinic

On Monday afternoon, the vehicle loading area at Snowmass' Silvertree Hotel was more of a stage. Different groups of people clustered around the center cheering and jeering those who took on the 25-foot climbing wall erected in the middle.

"You can do it, you're halfway there!" shouted one woman.

"Aspen Soap" pops into town's bubble

Actress Felicity Huffman makes a cameo in debut

Homegrown actress Felicity Huffman made an appearance in Saturday's pilot of "The Aspen Soap" at the Black Box Theater at Aspen High School. (Charles Agar/The Aspen Times)

By Charles Agar

Aspen, CO Colorado

April 2, 2007

The Hudson Reed Ensemble turned a warped lens on the community Saturday in the pilot of "The Aspen Soap," a series of vignettes about life in town.

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