Larger than Life

Oversized Talent

Chris Erickson thinks big in Carbondale.

07/01/2014 By Lissa Ballinger

Ski Culture

Stoking the Stoke

The Meeting captures Aspen’s singular obsession in a three-day winter warm-up.

07/01/2014 By Amanda Rae

Music Makeover

Belly Upgrade

Aspen’s legendary music club improves its sights and sounds.

07/01/2014 By Karl Herchenroeder

Arts Spot

Better Than Hipster

Justice Snow’s emerges as a performance venue that’s both eclectic and sincere.

07/01/2014 By Michael Miracle

Design with a Heart

Architect for Humanity

Chatting with Shigeru Ban, winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize and designer of the new Aspen Art Museum.

07/01/2014 By Michael Miracle

The Power of Art

Pop Art Preserve

The stunning new Powers Art Center in Carbondale pays tribute to John Powers’s love of Jasper Johns and the Roaring Fork Valley.

07/01/2014 By Susan Benner

Yogapalooza

Yoga Party

Yoga has been frolicking in the mainstream for years.

05/01/2014 By Alison Margo

Pot Playtime

High Heaven

Now that marijuana retailers are here, marijuana tourism may soon follow.

05/01/2014 By Michael Miracle

Two Fun Events Together

Multifestivalling

Aspen has too many festivals. You have too little time. At last, a solution.

05/01/2014 By Barry Smith

Aspen Legend

A Tale for Our Time

Chatting with Ken Adelman about his new book, Reagan at Reykjavík, his take on working with the “Great Communicator,” his life in Aspen, and his thoughts on how Shakespeare remains relevant.

05/01/2014 By Dexter Cirillo

Fun for Everyone

Field Guide to Summer Culture

The Roaring Fork Valley’s cultural experiences can range from challenging to transcendent to plain old fun. Here’s how to do it all this summer.

05/01/2014 By Julie Comins Pickrell

Slight of Hand

Something Up His Sleeve

After three decades of performing in Snowmass, Doc Eason has learned that making magic is about making memories.

02/01/2014 By Steve Alldredge

Aspen After Dark

The Quintessential Guide to Aspen’s Infamous Nightlife Scene

Our daytime diversions do entertain, but it’s once the sun goes down that we leave our ski-town peers in the dust.

11/01/2013 By Michael Miracle With Amanda Rae, Tom Passavant, Jacob Proctor, Tess Schaftel, and Stewart Oksenhorn

Storytelling Art

The Plot Device Thickens

Jacob Proctor took the unusual title of his latest Aspen Art Museum exhibition, Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands, from an interview between Alfred Hitchcock and the French New Wave auteur François Truffaut.

11/01/2013 By Nora Burnett Abrams

Musical Masterpiece

Music for the Eyes

The new Aspen Music Festival Campus is a symphony in space.

07/01/2013 By Stewart Oksenhorn

Releasing Artistic Vision

Creative Cauldron

Aspen artist Ingrid Magidson yields to her muse.

07/01/2013 By Stewart Oksenhorn

Eight Lanes of Fun

High Roller

Finally, high altitude bowling hits Aspen.

07/01/2013 By Amanda Rae

Who's Who

Behind the Cover

One of a magazine’s obligations to its readers is to anticipate and answer questions.

05/01/2013 By MIchael Miracle

Author Author

Don't Save Anything: A Conversation with James Salter

On the occasion of his first novel in more than thirty years, Aspen Sojourner sat down with James Salter to discuss writing, eating, Aspen, and more.

05/01/2013 By Dexter Cirillo

Must See Shows

Catch This!

An enjoyable night’s entertainment? We’re looking for something more from Aspen’s culture calendar. We want significant, momentous, and memorable.

05/01/2013 By Stewart Oksenhorn