Datebook

Aspen Weekend Agenda: January 4–6, 2019

This weekend you can hike to breakfast at Buttermilk, celebrate the 20th anniversary of the film "Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas", catch En Vogue at the Belly Up, learn about art at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, and more.

12/31/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

Must See

The 2018 Holiday Movie Marathon Guide

Our resident film experts advise on what to see at Aspen Film’s Academy Screenings.

12/21/2018 By Laura Thielen and George Eldred

Datebook

Aspen Weekend Agenda: December 28–30, 2018

The holidays in Aspen are magical. Besides spending time with family and friends and hitting the slopes, this is what you need to know to make the most of it.

12/21/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

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Aspen Weekend Agenda: December 21–23, 2018

Pre-holiday excitement is in the air with Santa sightings, ice skating and caroling in Snowmass, Teddy Bear Story hours, and, of course, a performance of Charles Dickens’s "A Christmas Carol."

12/19/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

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Aspen Weekend Agenda: December 14–16, 2018

With live music up and down the Valley, holiday markets, and the grand opening of Snowmass Base Village (free Karl Denson concert!), get ready for a wildly festive weekend.

12/12/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

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Aspen Weekend Agenda: December 7–9, 2018

Hold onto your beanies—this weekend cranks up with Buttermilk's opening (new Fort Frog!), tree lightings, a Bob Beattie celebration, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet's "The Nutcracker," gift making, and much more.

12/05/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

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Aspen Weekend Agenda: November 30–December 2, 2018

The launch of Conscious Capitalism's Aspen chapter, Family Science Night, an early Aspen Highlands opening, and the Sardy House tree lighting highlight this weekend.

11/28/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

Art for All

Aspen Celebrates the Bauhaus Centennial in 2019

Exhibits, talks, and special events will take place all year long, including the one-and-only Bauhaus Ball.

11/26/2018 By Cindy Hirschfeld

Design Angle

The Bauhaus Legacy in Aspen

How has a short-lived, utopian German art school had such a lasting effect on this mountain town?

11/26/2018 By Harry Teague

Backstory

Who Was Bayer, What Is Bauhaus?

A new exhibit at the Aspen Historical Society aims to answer those questions and more.

11/26/2018 By Cindy Hirschfeld

Walk Through Time

Take a Tour of Bayer-Designed Outdoor Art at the Aspen Institute

Landscape architect Ann Mullins guides you by these Bauhaus-influenced works.

11/26/2018 By Cindy Hirschfeld

All for Art

The Genesis of Bauhaus and Why We Celebrate It in Aspen Today

A conversation with Lissa Ballinger, art curator at the Aspen Institute

11/26/2018 By As told to Cindy Hirschfeld

Cameo Appearance

Aspen on the Big and Small Screen

Your cheat sheet to the movies and television shows shot locally.

11/24/2018 By Cindy Hirschfeld

Now What?

Guide to Off-Mountain Family Fun in Aspen

Dogsledding, snowmobiling, swimming, skating, puppet shows, and more—Aspen and Snowmass are chockablock with experiences for active kids.

11/24/2018 By Catherine Lutz

Zombie Love

Winter of the Living Dead at the Aspen Art Museum

A new exhibit aims to rouse us from our slumber before the apocalypse hits.

11/21/2018 By Andrew Travers

Long and Short

Best-Selling Novelist Curtis Sittenfeld Takes a New Approach

The writer, who comes to Winter Words, has added stories to her repertoire.

11/21/2018 By Allison Johnson

Datebook

Aspen Weekend Agenda: November 23–25, 2018

Redstone's Grand Illumination, a reading by "Aspen Extreme" writer Patrick Hasburgh, live music, satire, and Thanksjibbing at Snowmass will keep you entertained throughout the holiday weekend.

11/20/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

Hot Stuff

José Chardiet Has a Signature Approach to Working with Glass

The Cuban-born artist creates award-winning designs in his Missouri Heights workshop.

11/20/2018 By Allison Johnson

Dear Readers

This Issue Focuses on the Family, in a Good Way

From tips for skiing with the kids and a unique duplex to community response after a threatening wildfire, you'll discover stories of togetherness.

11/20/2018 By Cindy Hirschfeld

Rocky Passage

Local Pete McBride Has a New Book About the Grand Canyon

In photos and words, he details a unique thru-hike that highlights the area's rich beauty and looming threats.

11/15/2018 By Sarah Chase Shaw