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Aspen Music Festival & School
12:01 am
Thu July 11, 2013

Festival Notes - July 11th, 2013

British violinist Daniel Hope performs a recital with friends this evening at 8 at Harris Concert Hall.  Hope is joined by violist Lawrence Dutton, cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han.  The second half of the program is a creative, recent take on Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, a so-called "recomposition" by Max Richter.

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CrossCurrents
3:25 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

CrossCurrents - Ríos to Rivers

Rios to Rivers

Weston Boyles, Executive Director of Rios to Rivers

Ríos to Rivers is uniting young kayakers from Patagonia, Chile and Colorado with kayaking expeditions in Chile on the Río Baker and in the US on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. The Chilean kayakers will see for the first time a mega-dam and the resultant impacts on the river. US students will experience the majesty of an undeveloped river flowing through a pristine wilderness. The group will learn about the ecological impacts of dams, explore viable renewable energy sources, and take part in cultural exchange.

Special Coverage
2:10 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

Live Broadcasts from the Hurst & McCloskey Speakers Series

Wednesday, July 10

Hurst Lecture Series - CANCELLED

Featuring The Right Honorable Tony Blair, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1997-2007).

REFUNDS HAVE BEEN PROCESSED.

For questions, call (970) 920-5770.

Saturday, July 13

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Special Coverage
1:03 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

Live Broadcasts of the McCloskey Speaker Series

The 2013 edition of the McCloskey Speaker Series from the Aspen Institute is shaping up to be an engaging array of people, ideas and issues. Aspen Public Radio has you covered with live broadcasts from the series. If you miss a broadcast, Aspen Public Radio will provide archive podcasts on demand for you within 24 hours of each event.

Here's the current broadcast schedule for the McCloskey Speaker Series on Aspen Public Radio:

Saturday, July 13 - 2pm

Decision-making and Leadership: Views from the Statehouse

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Guns
10:16 am
Wed July 10, 2013

Updated: Sheriffs' Lawsuit to Overturn Colorado's New Gun Laws heads to Court

Larry Emery manages Basalt Firearms in downtown Basalt. He's seeing impacts from the state's new gun laws.
Credit Marci Krivonen

The lawsuit 55 Colorado sheriffs filed to overturn two new gun laws goes in front of a judge today. The laws went into effect July first. Now, an attorney representing the sheriffs will ask that parts of the law that limits gun magazines be put on hold. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports.

The sheriffs and other plaintiffs in the case, including one retired police officer, want the new laws completely struck from the books. One law limits gun magazines to 15 rounds. The other mandates background checks for all gun transfers.

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