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


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


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


Aspen Weekend Agenda: November 16–18, 2018

It's time to ski! And when your legs get tired, there's live music, theater, and more.

11/13/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff


Aspen Weekend Agenda, November 9–11, 2018

Holiday shopping and art top the list of daytime activities, while theatre and live music keep dark nights light.



Aspen Weekend Agenda: November 2–4, 2018

A Dia De Los Muertos First Friday in Carbondale, somatic poetry writing at the AAM, and salsa dancing will help ease your Halloween hangover.

10/31/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

At the Movies

Must-See Flicks at the Denver Film Festival

With 260 movies to choose from, our local film experts provide a welcome starting point.

10/31/2018 By George Eldred and Laura Thielen


Aspen Weekend Agenda: October 26–28, 2018

Lead with Love's annual summit and Halloween festivities make for a lively weekend in the valley.

10/24/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

Ghost Stories

8 Spooky Ways to Celebrate Halloween

With Aspen's rough-and-tumble mining history, there are more than a few skeletons in the community closet.

10/23/2018 By Allison Pattillo


Aspen Weekend Agenda: October 19–21, 2018

Live music, a dance festival, cyclocross, and films will keep you busy.

10/17/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff


Aspen Weekend Agenda: October 12–14

John Denver celebrations, fall festivals, and a writing workshop are on the docket for this weekend.

10/10/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff