The Aspen Pitkin County Housing Authority’s first-ever compliance manager, hired last summer, draws on her law degree and passion for meaningful work to help ensure those in employee housing don’t buck the system.
When he appears at Winter Words on January 8, the renowned rock climber will talk about his best-selling memoir, the new documentary The Dawn Wall, and how the heck he summited El Cap in less than two hours last June.
The NBC Phenomenon winner, who performs at the Wheeler on December 22, apparently once made a Disney ride appear out of nowhere onstage—and, yes, that’s really his given last name.
Colorado Ski Country’s 2018 Instructor of the Year teaches at Snowmass, where he loves creating a connection to the mountain by sharing stories about the history and future of our ski areas with his lucky clients.
Since taking over KDNK in 2017—becoming one of the youngest general managers of an NPR member station in the country—the 37-year-old has expanded programming, grown revenue, and amplified community connections.
The former professional bassoonist, co-founder of Aspen Gay Ski Week, early gay rights activist, dedicated volunteer, and longtime film programmer who moved here in 1969 will be rightfully inducted into the Aspen Hall of Fame in January.