Mexico

Colorado River
6:00 am
Thu June 5, 2014

Local Photographer, Filmmaker Witnesses Reconnection Of Colorado River To The Sea

Local photographer and filmmaker Pete McBride captured the "pulse flow" moving through the Colorado River Delta this spring.
Pete McBride

Last month the Colorado River met the sea for the first time in about two decades thanks to what’s called a “pulse flow.” Local photographer and filmmaker Pete McBride was there to see it. He was taking photos for an upcoming article in Outside Magazine. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen spoke with him this week, about the experience.

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APR Local News
4:35 pm
Thu October 3, 2013

Cross-Cultural Cooking in El Jebel Results in Hundreds of Tamales

A group of women gathered in an El Jebel kitchen recently to make hundreds of tamales. It's for an event in Basalt called Fiesta de Tamales.
Credit Marci Krivonen

Tamales are a special kind of cuisine in Mexico. They fall into the category of comfort food and they’re often served for breakfast and dinner. Here, in the Roaring Fork Valley, Mexican families make tamales during special occasions, like birthdays. Recently, a group of Latina and Anglo women gathered in a fragrant kitchen to make hundreds of tamales. It’s a cross-cultural cooking experience and part of the preparation for an event called Fiesta de Tamales in Basalt. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports.

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