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CrossCurrents
3:29 pm
Wed March 5, 2014

CrossCurrents - The Aspen Challenge

The show is about The Aspen Challenge at Denver Public Schools with Natalie Travers, Program Manager of the Aspen Challenge, Will Palmquist, a junior at East High School in Denver, and Solicia Lopez, the Student Board Director at Denver Public Schools.

http://www.aspeninstitute.org/policy-work/challenge/denver

Mountain Edition
3:28 pm
Wed March 5, 2014

Mountain Edition - March 6th, 2014

Today, we’ll bring you the latest with the investigation into the murder of Aspen native Nancy Pfister.

Republicans and Democrats are whittling down the contenders for state and local elections this fall.

Aspen’s first recreational pot shop starts selling buds… and we find out how much Carbondale has made on marijuana taxes.

And we hear from a Paralympic coach who arrived in Sochi this week. With the international tensions in nearby Ukraine, we’ll hear how safe athletes are feeling.

Aspen Public Radio Event
2:23 pm
Wed March 5, 2014

Join NPR's Philip Reeves in Conversation

NPR's Philip Reeves

Moscow… Ukraine…Crimea…Gaza…The West Bank…Chechnya…Iraq…Afghanistan…India: Philip Reeves has covered them all for NPR and he’s coming to the Roaring Fork Valley! Philip Reeves and Loren Jenkins will dissect the complicated, messy, noisy and violent hot spots of our planet.  

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Aspen Poets' Society
9:36 am
Wed March 5, 2014

Poem: Mnemosyne Forgets

The long bowed wood left marks on the hardwood floor,

so we tried to keep the rocker on a rug.

It didn't work and every house would have these streaks

where our rocking had stripped wax off.

Memory is a hesitant thing,

a thing best left on shelves for rainy days.

What troubles me is remembering,

remembering August ninth-

nineteen ninety five.

A boundary day, a before and after day.

He wasn't just a guitar player missing the upper bird digits of his wing-ed finger.

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APR Local News
9:09 am
Wed March 5, 2014

Pitkin County Caucus Meetings Mark Beginning of Political Season

The Pitkin County Republicans and Democrats held their caucus meetings in Aspen last night. Organizers say the turnout was surprisingly good considering it's an "off" election year.
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It’s a mid-term election year and the race is already underway. Tuesday night, Democrats and Republicans in Aspen and around the state held their caucuses.  The local parties gathered to assess which candidates could win primary elections later this year. Aspen Public Radio's Elise Thatcher reports on the republican caucus.

More than 70 Pitkin County Republicans gathered at Aspen High School last night. Frieda Wallison is Chair of the local GOP and she says caucus turnout can vary widely depending on how important the elections are in the fall.

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