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Like many who fall in love with Aspen and Snowmass Village, Scott Brown came for the winter but stayed for the summer. What sets Brown apart is that en route to deciding he wanted Snowmass to be a forever home, he negotiated a contract to buy the Snowmass Club from Toll Brothers.

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You'd probably never guess it by looking at the lineup, but to hear Jed Bernstein, producing director of Theatre Aspen, tell it, this summer’s repertory season, which opens for previews Saturday night at the Hurst Theatre in Rio Grande Park, was a bit of a rush job.

Given that it draws, as speakers and attendees, some of the world’s most uncommon people (I mean that in the best way), it’s no secret that the Aspen Institute’s annual Aspen Ideas Festival has been saddled with a reputation for being an event that isn’t geared toward the common man (I mean …

They go by 1964 The Tribute, and Rolling Stone Magazine once named them the “best Beatles tribute on earth.”

I had yet to experience the new craze for Wind Loungers. 

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Members of the city of Aspen’s Historic Preservation Commission on Wednesday struggled with the preservation implications of a plan that would bring a new chairlift closer to town while breaking up the historic Lift One infrastructure.

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