Datebook

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

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

Datebook

Aspen Weekend Agenda: September 28–30, 2018

This weekend features a little running, a little biking, and a whole lot of cultural stimulation with films, theater, and music.

09/26/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

Brick House

An Aspen Victorian Receives an Award-Winning Renovation

Thanks to historic photos, designers restored a home to its original splendor

07/26/2018 By Naomi Havlen Photography by MIchael Brands

Mother of Invention

6 Things Invented in Aspen

The Aspen Ideas Festival gets the buzz today, but we've been home to innovation for decades.

06/01/2018 By Catherine Lutz

Design Story

The Hotel Jerome Debuts a Newly Renovated Pool and Courtyard

Summer guests will be the first to enjoy a refurbished outdoor living area with modern amenities and historical charm.

05/31/2018 By Alison Margo

Datebook

Aspen Weekend Agenda: April 6–8

It's Highlands Closing Party time! Plus, celebrate with Bacon Appreciation Day at Buttermilk, get the season's last chances for Sunset Skiing and Ullr Nights, catch Aspen Shortsfest, and much more.

04/04/2018 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

Design Story

A Historic Aspen Hideout Turned Photographers' Paradise

With a lot of sweat equity, Pete McBride and Kate and Matt Holstein give Aspen's old powder house a blast of inspiration.

11/18/2017 By Katie Shapiro Photography by Kate Holstein

Lift Line

The Story Behind 3 Quintessential Snowmass Ski Runs

And how Gwyn's High Alpine became an on-mountain institution.

11/18/2017 By Catherine Lutz

Growing Pains

Has Snowmass Base Village's Moment Finally Arrived?

On the heels of its 50th anniversary season, it's perfect timing for the resurrection of long-stalled plans.

11/18/2017 By Catherine Lutz

Golden Era

Snowmass Then & Now: 50 Years of Skiing History

Thanks to gutsy ski pioneers, exceptionally diverse terrain, loyal businesses, and the welcome resurrection of its Base Village plans, Snowmass still stands out.

11/18/2017 By Catherine Lutz

Tipple Town

28 Essential Bars in Aspen and Snowmass

From day-drinking to last call, chill lounge or fist-pumping party place, on mountain or off, find just the right hang among our local watering holes.

11/18/2017 Edited by Cindy Hirschfeld By Todd Hartley, Laurel Miller, and Barbara Platts

Datebook

Aspen Weekend Agenda: September 22-24, 2017

NHL all stars take the ice for Aspen Junior Hockey, Aspen Historical Society opens its doors for Museum Day Live!, Troy Walker brings his stand-up to The Temporary, and more.

09/22/2017 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

Datebook

Aspen Weekend Agenda: July 14-16, 2017

It starts with Aspen Historical Society's grand reopening of the Wheeler-Stallard Museum archives building.

07/13/2017 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

Beyond the Roundabout

Airplane Mode Adventures: 5 Day Trips Sans Cell Service

Because the only way to truly escape is by heading out of range.

07/11/2017 By Katie Shapiro

On View

Here are the High Brow Art Openings to See This Summer

Plus, the grand re-opening of Aspen Historical Society's Wheeler-Stallard Museum.

05/24/2017 By Andrew Travers

Out with the Old

Napa's Famed Oakville Grocery Aims for Aspen

A new gourmet store and café is slated to open in the iconic former Main Street Bakery space later this year.

02/15/2017 By Cindy Hirschfeld

Talking Points

Aspen PEO Celebrates 100 Years of Quietly Building Community

The sisters of the Philanthropic Educational Organization are doing it for themselves.

02/15/2017 By Eleanor Shelton

Nature's Essentials

Little Rivers

The foot-wide ditches streaming water through Aspen’s West End, including the rivulets on the grounds of the Benedict Music Tent and Aspen Meadows, are among the wonderful aesthetic treats of summer.

05/01/2014 By Michael Miracle

Sanctuary for All

Community Cornerstone

Aspen’s oldest church has weathered a boom, a bust, the birth of an international ski resort, and 120 winters. Its recent restoration was well earned.

02/01/2014 By Jodi Buchan