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Audio Canvas
3:00 pm
Mon July 14, 2014

Audio Canvas: Dennis & Debra Scholl

Dennis and Debra Scholl are committed patrons of the arts and will be recognized for their patronage at the Anderson Ranch Annual Recognition Dinner on Saturday, July 19th at the Hotel Jerome in Aspen. We talk to the Scholls about their contemporary collections,  generous gifts, and projects in the art world.

Learn more about the Recognition Dinner HERE.  And find out more about featured visiting contemporary artists at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center HERE

Non-Profit in the Spotlight
12:12 pm
Mon July 14, 2014

Non-Profit in the Spotlight: Huts for Vets, Part 2

Adam McCabe is a decorated former Sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps. McCabe is also an active Huts for Vets board member and teaches other returning veterans Tension Releasing Exercises (TRE), which are proven to help better manage symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). He shares about his story, and the importance of Huts for Vets programs. Paul Anderson is the Executive Director of Huts for Vets and shares about the need for programs like Huts for Vets. Retired Lieutenant Colonel Janice Nark is a Huts for Vets board member.

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Aspen Music Festival
8:57 am
Mon July 14, 2014

Festival Notes - July 14th, 2014

Today is Monday, July 14th.

Kids 2-7 with an adult accompanying them are invited to Gotta Move!, a free and fun program where they’ll discover the basics of beat, tune and rhythm through stories, movement and a short performance. That’s this morning at 10:30am on the Bucksbaum Campus.

At 6pm in Harris Concert Hall, faculty members team up for chamber music including the autumnal Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano of Brahms, Pierre Jalbert’s Wild Ambrosia, and the rarely-heard Sexet in D by Mendelssohn.

Tonight is your last chance to see Tchaikovsky’s tale of frustrated love, Eugene Onegin, as performed in English by the rising stars of the Aspen Opera Theater Center. That’s at 7pm at the Wheeler Opera House.

A very special free recital at 8pm tonight at Harris Concert Hall, featuring ensembles who have been coached extensively by cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han. Last year’s program was a major season highlight, so don’t miss this one.

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APR Local News
8:29 am
Mon July 14, 2014

Remodel Of Aspen's Rubey Park Includes Green Roof, Walls

Studio B Architects in Aspen drew up a proposed remodel and expansion of the Rubey Park Transit Center in Aspen. The project includes a "glass canopy" that would connect three buildings.
Credit City of Aspen/Studio B Architects

Next month Aspen City Council will look over final design plans for a remodel of Aspen’s Rubey Park bus depot. The 30-year-old structure sees millions of riders each year and transportation officials say it’s time for an update. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen went to an open house at the bus station and filed this report.

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Valley Roundup
3:58 pm
Fri July 11, 2014

Valley Roundup - July 11th, 2014

Welcome to Valley Roundup, a review of the top news stories of the week in the Roaring Fork Valley.

This week - Fracking. 

Aspen Public Radio and the Aspen Times toured a drilling and hydraulic fracturing rig in Parachute recently and this week our stories ran.  Joining us are Scott Condon reporter for the Aspen Times and our own Elise Thatcher.

On the November ballot this year voters will have a number of fracking issues to decide, among them whether local communities should have control over oil and gas exploration.

Our reporting looked at one fracking operation run by WPX Energy.  It is one of the big players in the industry.  We got an up close look at what is going on at drilling rig H & P 318.

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