Arts

Movies Going Digital
6:00 am
Thu May 23, 2013

Carbondale Theatre Goes Digital With Community Help

Crystal Theatre
Rob St. Mary

The movie going experience has been changing over the past several years as the 100 plus year old technology of film is being replaced with ones and zeroes. Aspen Public Radio’s Rob St. Mary looks at how a Carbondale theater is answering the digital call.

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National Music Day
2:03 pm
Mon May 20, 2013

Your Music + Aspen Public Radio = A Celebration!

National Music Day logo

Are you a musician? Know some folks who are?

Aspen Public Radio is celebrating National Music Day, June 21st, and wants you to share your music with our listeners! Here's an example & explanation on how to do it:

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Aspen Public Radio
5:11 pm
Wed May 15, 2013

Welcome to the New Aspen Public Radio Website!

Old Aspen Public Radio Site
Rob St. Mary

New Site, New Sounds from Aspen Public Radio

Welcome to the new Aspen Public Radio website. The new site is designed with you in mind so that no matter where you go – the office, your car or the ski hill – Aspen Public Radio is available 24 hours a day worldwide.

Better Design – Easier to Use

The new site is easier to use thanks to a better, more intuitive design that allows you to view the site on any device – from a traditional computer to your phone.

Going Mobile

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Adventure Film Festival
10:29 am
Wed May 1, 2013

Adventure Film Fest Promises to Take Viewers on a Ride

Credit Logo from 5 Point Film website

Carbondale’s Five Point Film Festival kicks off Thursday. The adventure film event is in its sixth year, but Executive Director Sarah Wood says their mission remains the same.

"We’re continuing to grow, but we’re really centered around our five guiding principles and that’s what five-point stands for, and those are balance, commitment, purpose, humility and respect."

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Mountain Gazette
10:28 am
Fri April 12, 2013

Fayhee Leaves Mountain Gazette

John Fayhee
Photo from John Fayhee

“When in doubt, go higher.” That’s the motto of the Mountain Gazette, the Colorado-born magazine that’s documented the slings and arrows of mountain living here and across the West.

Usually at the heart of the publication are long tales by the colorful and often curmudgeonly editor John Fayhee. He helped the resurrect the Gazette thirteen years ago. That was in collaboration with well known Aspen figure. Well, Fayhee’s in serious doubt... and deep regret... about the future of the magazine--so he’s saying goodbye. Fayhee recently spoke with Aspen Public Radio's Elise Thatcher.

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