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Thompson Divide
6:00 am
Thu July 24, 2014

Advocacy Group Looks To Forest Service Solution

The group working to protect the Thompson Divide area from natural gas development is awaiting a Forest Service plan.
Credit savethethompsondivide.org

Natural Gas drilling in an area near Carbondale known as the Thompson Divide is still a possibility, despite protest from many local residents. The group trying to stop it is hopeful a Forest Service plan, due out later this summer, will prevent future drilling.

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Plane Crash
9:08 pm
Wed July 23, 2014

Investigation Expected into Aspen Airport Crash

Photo of plane that crashed, skidded on landing at the Aspen Pitkin County Airport on the afternoon of Wednesday July 23rd, 2014.
Credit Pitkin County Sheriff's Department

Pitkin County says the National Transportation Safety Board has given the Aspen Pitkin County Airport permission to move the wreckage of the Galaxy G 200 jet that crashed on landing at the airport, earlier today. Around 4:45pm, the jet skidded and spun upon landing. Three people were on board – two pilots and one passenger. There were no injuries. Airport officials towed the plane from the runway. The airport is expected to open for arrivals and departures around 9pm this evening. Travelers with questions about delays and rescheduling of flights should contact their airline.

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CrossCurrents
3:27 pm
Wed July 23, 2014

CrossCurrents - Aspen Security Forum & Komen Colorado

Dr. Steve Chan, a speaker at the Aspen Security Forum on The Future of Warfare, Human Trafficking and information technology during natural disasters.

Also, Michele Ostrander CEO of Komen Colorado. The Race and Ride for the Cure are this weekend in Aspen.

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2014 Summer Pledge Drive
1:24 pm
Wed July 23, 2014

Where Your Dollars Go!

Because, our members deserve to know, and infographics are cool, we have created this flow chat to show you were your hard earned dollars go to make Aspen Public Radio.

Any questions? Let me know!

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Aspen Music Festival
8:57 am
Wed July 23, 2014

Festival Notes - July 23rd, 2014

Today is Wednesday, July 23rd.

Lowell Liebermann’s opera The Picture of Dorian Gray, a rich tonal setting of Oscar Wilde’s novel, will be performed tomorrow and Saturday at 7pm at the Wheeler Opera House. Today at noon in Paepcke Auditorium, the composer will join Aspen Music Festival President and CEO Alan Fletcher to discuss the work. Also on this free High Notes program, pianist Jeremy Denk, who plays a recital this evening at 8:30pm in Harris Concert Hall featuring Bach’s Goldberg Variations and Ives’s Second Piano Sonata.

A free Spotlight recital today at 3pm in Harris Concert Hall showcases top students in an eclectic program.

The Aspen Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Aspen Music Festival Music Director Robert Spano performs today at 6pm in the Benedict Music Tent. A world premiere of a work by Luke Carlson opens the program, and then Dejan Lazic will play his own Piano Concerto in the Istrian Style, also a world premiere. Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra concludes this adventurous program.

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