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Carolyne Heldman

Executive Director

Carolyne Heldman started her career in broadcast media in college radio. She pivoted to television in 1986 when she worked as an on-air personality (or “VJ”) at MTV Networks. She continued in television working on several sports shows including ESPN’s long running magazine show, Ski World. Heldman was the Station Manager for the Aspen Skiing Company’s television station for several years, returning to radio as Group Program Director for a company that owned commercial stations in resort communities in Colorado and California. She started at Aspen Public Radio in 2008 as Program Director, taking over as Executive Director in 2013.

On this week's show Aspen TREE. They are hosting their annual free Farm to table Community Dinner at the Hotel Jerome, Tuesday Nov. 24th.

The Taste of Basalt, Basalt Education Foundation's annual fall fundraiser is this weekend.

On Being Mortal, a Community Conversation with Alison Daily Executive Director of Pathfinders, and Sean Jeung, Chaplain at the Calaway Young Cancer Center at Valley View Hospital.

From The Belly Up Town Hall meeting on Base 2 Lodge Proposal,with Maurice Emmer, Ward Hauenstein, Dwayne Romero and Mark Hunt. Carolyn Sackariason moderates.

Dusty Diaz, campaign manager for Yes on 3A and Aspen School District Board Member Sheila Wills on the proposed mill levy override on this year's ballot.

This week, Roaring Fork School District bond issue 3B.

The Changing Brains, Changing Lives symposium will explore the neuroscience of the developing brain.

This week on Cross Currents, Wilderness Workshop's Artist in Wilderness Residency Program. Painter Val Rossman, along with Mary Dominick, founder of the program.

William C. Moyers, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Vice President of Public Affairs and Community Relations, Moyers leads the organization's policy and advocacy activities.

This week on Cross Currents, Kerry Ach and Meghan Hurley of River Bridge Regional Center along with their new facility dog, Frasier, who assists children who have suffered physical abuse.

This week on CrossCurrents, Amy Kimberly, Executive Director of CCAH and Peter Gilbert, Executive Director of Dance Initiative on the new arts and rehearsal space in Carbondale, "The Launchpad", formerly the Gordon Cooper Library.

From the archives, Annie Denver and Karmen Dopslaff from the John Denver Aspenglow Fund at the Aspen Community Foundation.

This week on Cross Currents, Kent Reed on the Hudson Reed Ensemble's 10th anniversary event.

This week on CrossCurrents, the president and founder of AREDay, Chip Comins. The 12th Annual AREDay Summit is August 8-13th in Snowmass Village.

Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain talks with journalist Lesley Stahl about what’s wrong with the Obama National Security Strategy. U.S. Senator McCain, along with other leaders on the United State’s Homeland Security front, spoke during the four-day Aspen Security Forum held at the Aspen Institute.

  On CrossCurrents this week - David Smith on the Roaring Fork Valley School District's Pre-Collegiate Program, and Dr. Joshua Gordon on the latest research and treatment of depression.

Host Carolyne Heldman speaks with Ira Bedzow, Director of the Biomedical Ethics and Humanities Program  New York Medical College on the upcoming talkWhen Life Nears Death, a Conversation of Medical and Social Issues presented by the Aspen Center of Social Values at the Jewish Community Center, July 20th, 5:30pm.

On this week's show, the President and CEO of NPR Jarl Mohn, speaking at a public event at the Woody Creek Community Center. Mohn was the general manager of MTV and VH1, the creator of E-Entertainment Television and joined NPR one year ago.

Linda Girvin, Aspen artist on her show Presence with Absence, showing now at the Wyly Annex, with an artist's talk Wednesday June 24th at 5:30pm.

Artist Nancy Lovendahl with her mentee Basalt High School senior Savannah Cheatam on their year working together.

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