Monthly Archives: December 2015

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The 7 Hottest Tickets This Winter

With the two feet of snow Aspen/Snowmass received around Christmas, it may be hard to think much beyond the next day’s skiing plans. But while conditions are great on the hill, local arts and culture offerings are pretty impressive this winter as well. We asked Andrew Travers, arts and culture editor of The Aspen Times, to tell us about some of the hottest tickets of the season. Here are seven highly anticipated events worth planning for. Continue reading

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New on the Dining Scene

Quality over quantity is the theme of this season’s dining news. While there may not be many brand new restaurants to talk about this winter, there is quite a buzz surrounding them. You’ll also hear about some familiar names trying out new dining ventures. And keep an eye out for new seasonal menus at your favorite local establishments — we’ll tell you about one of them. Continue reading

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The Best Local Holiday Happenings

With the holiday season upon us, the biggest question for most locals is how to fit it all in. Between work and other obligations, all the ski mountains fully open, and kids out of school for the holiday break, there’s hardly time to enjoy the myriad holiday events and offerings. To narrow the list down a tad, here’s a selection of some of our favorite holiday happenings in Aspen and Snowmass, including unique events at our favorite community institutions as well as some much-loved universal traditions.  Continue reading

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Development Focus Shifting to Aspen’s West Side

Aspen developer Mark Hunt gets most of the attention for his various in-the-works projects around town, but attention may soon be shifting to the long-quiet Lift 1A area, where specific proposals are now rolling to revitalize the neighborhood. In this post, we gave you an update on ten of Hunt’s buildings — read on for summaries of the latest development news not tied to the Chicago transplant. Continue reading

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