Sandra Lopez, who’s in sanctuary in Carbondale with her young daughter, hasn’t stepped outside in four months. The two are living in the parsonage belonging to the Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist Congregation. Lopez will remain there for however long, feeling she has no choice.
Emmy-award winning journalists and New York Times best-selling authors John Donvan and Caren Zucker wrote In a Different Key: The Story of Autism, which is now being developed into a documentary. Donvan and Zucker speak to building community for those with autism.
Aspen Words is an essential non-profit in our community. Jamie Kravitz, Managing Director, Suzanne Bober, President of the Advisory Board, and Denny Vaughn, former President of the Board, explain what Aspen Words means to them.
Colorado has never hosted an Olympics or Paralympics. Eagle County Commissioners meet Tuesday with a representative from the Olympic Exploratory Committee, who is taking the temperature of communities in the state, especially those in the mountains along I-70.
This week, host Alycin Bektesh is joined by Madeleine Osberger, contributing editor for the Aspen Daily News, David Krauss, editor of the Aspen Times, and Cindy Hirschfeld, editor-in-chief of Aspen Sojourner magazine.
Christin Kay and Wyatt Orme bring you all the news from the week here in the Roaring Fork Valley.
We have stories about the federal decision to delist the Canada lynx, a training from Indivisible Roaring Fork meant to help people bridge the partisan divide and the recommendation from the Pitkin County commissioners for what should move into Justice Snow’s space.