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Recreational Marijuana
4:59 am
Wed January 15, 2014

First Retail Pot Shop in the Valley to Open in Carbondale

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The first retail marijuana shop is expected to open in the Roaring Fork Valley this week. Aspen Public Radio’s Rob St. Mary has more. 

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APR Local News
10:46 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Ski Co Hosts Month-long Skier Safety Effort

If you’ve skied one of the four Aspen Skiing Company’s mountains, you’ve probably seen the common safety warnings. Signs range from “slow” to “no straightlining.” Now, Ski Co is part of a month-long effort by the National Ski Areas Association to drill that message home. 

 

When you get off the Elk Camp Gondola at Snowmass, there’s a tent with tantalizing free cider, stickers and Clif bars… that is if you can first pass a quiz about safety.  Tackling that issue  on the slopes is a multifaceted affair. Level one is, well, skiing more slowly. 

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Live Event
2:16 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Join Us for a Live Show on Heart Health

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Join Aspen Public Radio for a special live radio show with Dr. Robert Eckel, and local cardiologists, Dr. Gordon Gerson and Dr. Marcus Howell on heart health. Moderated by Dr. Ann Mass.

Tuesday, January 28. Noon - 1pm.

Red Brick Center for the Arts, Rehearsal Space.

$15/person ($10/person for APR members).

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High Tech & High Finance
10:18 am
Tue January 14, 2014

Google Gobbles Nest, Founder Talks Early Days at Apple

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Big tech news came yesterday with word of Google paying $3.2 Billion in cash to purchase Nest Labs. Nest creates "smart thermostats" developed by original iPod designer and company CEO Tony Fadell.

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Opinion/Editorial
9:42 am
Tue January 14, 2014

Of Fire Tents and Hut Trips

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It could be an overly nuanced distinction to folks who don’t live in the mountains and spend much time in the woods, but I’ll make the case anyway: winter camping and hut trips are two very different experiences. One requires a tolerance for cold and a degree of suffering most people would prefer to pass up; the other involves cozy accommodations, light packs and comfy mattresses. Both usually include spectacular winter scenery and close friends.

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