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Food Matters writer Amiee White Beazley travels to the East Coast and finds good cheese and good times.

Arts editor Stewart Oksenhorn researched this winter’s events and, among other things, found quite a bit of fun to be had.

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a state in mind | I’ve done a lot of stupid things in my life.

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From breaking my toe while trying to stop a bike with my feet to pretty much everything I did from 1997 to 2001 in college, the list is a lot longer than I have space for. That said, I’m course, “When can learning. Last week, the I visit?” day after the election, I I put on my best got out of town. Boom. David Axelrod I headed to Chicago to impression (sans the see family and friends, dirty mustache, of and while many of you course), and tried might question the my best to answer RYAN SLABAUGH destination versus, say, their questions. Yet Hawaii, it’s progress. this was not the only Like most Chicagoans, we spent time it came up. Actually, the pot our Friday night drinking beer discussion began hours earlier on in a bar and talking about the the flight out. “I think it’s crazy,” ramifications of the presidential one lady said on the Aspen-toelection. There were about six of Denver leg, “that it took so long.” us, and all of a sudden, it seemed Half the plane cheered. to dawn on everyone that I was While it is what it is — I doubt from Colorado. many people who don’t smoke will “Didn’t you just legalize pot?” start just because it is now legal a guy asked. He was a former — our state suddenly has become lobbyist in the state of Indiana, part of the national conversation. and therefore I was waiting for a That said, the pot conversation rebuttal on the vote. I was wrong. is clouding some of the more “Makes sense to me,” he said. “I progressive things our state did never did understand why it’s so around Election Day. A couple of illegal in the first place.” days later, Colorado elected its first Soon, the table was asking the openly gay speaker of the House. same questions you are getting, I In the arena of civil rights, this am sure. “How is it legal?” “Will should rank much higher than they set up coffee shops like in pot. It gives people who have been Amsterdam?” “How will you openly discriminated against a new handle that at work?” And, of opportunity that goes well beyond

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marriage or civil unions — they can now try running a state. Just 20 years from being labeled “the hate state,” it now feels good to be from Colorado. Nothing confirmed that more than one conversation I had during the layover in Denver, when I sat in DIA with a beer in my hand and a lady from Texas leaned over to me. With a quizzical look on her face and a scarf around her neck, she ordered the bartender to fill her glass. Then she turned to me and justified my pride: After backhandedly acknowledging both our gay House leader and our decision to legalize pot, she jingled the ice in her glass and said, “Ya’ll are so far from God, it’s going to take two vodka tonics to get me home.” After a few uncomfortable laughs, I realized she was on to something. Whether she meant to or not, she gave me a specific measurement for how far you have to go when you are completely out of touch. And, luckily for me, it was a lot farther away than Chicago. rslabaugh@aspentimes.com

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Palin v. Hillary? It’s gonna be a rough four years WELL, I GUESS I was wrong in my previous column because we now know for sure who our president is, and Mitt Romney and his cabal are off licking their wounds and staring blankly at the wall of popular skepticism and outright rejection of their beliefs and their agenda. The question now is, Where do they go from here? And where to we all go as our form of democracy remains barely standing, crippled by corruption? The teabaggers, of course, have their solution ready to hand — they’re calling for revolution! That’s correct, in a blast email of their frequent (and always insanely bellicose and antagonistic) newsletter, Teaparty.org, the ’baggers are howling again about the supposed socialist agenda of the Obama administration and its mythical dark plots to sell out the U.S. to the so-called evil agents of the United Nations and a shadowy worldwide conspiracy of socialist, anti-American thuggery. Don’t believe me? Check it out yourself. I couldn’t make this stuff up any better than the teabaggers themselves, that’s for sure. Anyway, looking back, I gotta say that election night was a pretty amazing thing to watch. My sister lives in Wisconsin, home state of Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan, and is a lukewarm but determined Obama supporter. She was so disconsolate about the prospects that night, she planned to not even watch the returns. Instead, she announced she would just drink tequila until she fell asleep and learn the bad news in the morning. We talked the next day, and she was happy, if a little hung over. As for me, I’d come down with a case of the galloping crud and wasn’t working election night. For the first time in years, I just watched it on TV with most of America and was spellbound as the ballyhooed Republican juggernaut stumbled to its knees. As the night wore on, it was mildly amusing to watch the rightwing talking heads slowly come to the realization that their certainty about winning was a bit misplaced.

It was as though Karl Rove was going to break out in wailing tears at one point as he cast about for anything to hang onto while his confidence ebbed and his carefully built maze of lies collapsed around him. I even watched a bit of Fox News, that paragon of “fair and balanced” right-wing propaganda, and was delighted to see one anchor in such a state of panic that he even started babbling about being in complete agreement with the mouthpiece he was interviewing. Wish I could recall his name, and the name of the interviewee, but I was in the depths of fever, and it was all I could do to just watch. As soon as the next day dawned, the talk about 2016 had already reached a fever pitch among the anti-Obama blogosphere. The names of Ryan and Sarah Palin were being paired as a possible ticket for the next bout of presidential competition, which tickled me to no end. I mean, if the Republicans really want to pound themselves into absolute irrelevancy, that’s the very tool they should use on themselves. Some brainless parrot who calls himself The Wizard, on the Free Republic blog, went on endlessly about how Palin should announce herself at the top of the ticket right now and start campaigning full bore immediately. Saner minds spoke out, one remarking on the Scout.com blog, “Yeah, she would about finish off the party. Hilary versus Palin. Yikes.” Another skeptic asked, “Can’t we find someone with a Hispanic last name? Who never mentions rape or abortion? And never put a dog on the roof of his car?” Ah, the sounds of desperation, fatigue and fear are whispering through the air. The entire 2012 race was so polluted by money, lies and bullying tactics that it was a mighty nasty pill to swallow in that it was just one more piece of evidence that our 236year-old experiment in republican (with a little “r”) government has gone badly awry. And that, not whether Sarah or Hillary will run in four years, is what we should be talking about today.

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Megan Monahan, visiting from Missoula, Mont., gets her gear together prior to hiking up near the closed Collins lift at Wildcat Base at Alta Ski Resort in Utah. Utah received more than 40 inches of snow, while Colorado got a little less.

FIVE THINGS TOP 5 REASONS TO GET A HELMET CAM Because, well, you’re that cool Good for all photography, like that wedding after-party The public is dying to see you fall on skis Not enough equipment to deal with in the first place

CHEERS | To the recent snow that blanketed the region, giving the World Cup snowmakers a bit of a base to build on before the Nov. 22 start of this year’s event. Now, let it snow some more … JEERS | To dog owners who do not pick up after their pets. The recent snow, we’ve noticed, covered up a lot of the grossness. Yet that’s no reason for us to be walking through it on our way to work.

CHEERS | To the Basalt Middle School for its first-ever Lego robotics competition. Now, the team is going to Denver for the state championship. Best idea ever? JEERS | To the naysayers who are fighting the legalization of marijuana. Voters passed it, and last time we checked, voters run the country — not nervous politicians who don’t know what they are talking about.

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Basalt’s largest private-sector employer has no intention of moving out of town despite some recent firings and restructuring, according to the company founder and chairman of the board of directors. Total Merchant Service continues to employ close to 200 workers in Basalt and leases about 24,000 square feet of space in the Riverside Plaza building, said Ed Freedman, who founded the company in Philadelphia in 1996 with his brother Matt. They relocated the business to Basalt in 1997 and have been in “constant expansion,” Freedman said. The company supplies the infrastructure and customer-service expertise that

businesses need to process creditcard purchases. Total Merchant Services first rented a 600-square-foot space in Elk Run and then grew into 10,000 square feet in the Riverside Plaza building in 2002. It added 4,000 square feet a year later and then paid an insurance company to leave 6,000 square feet of adjacent space in 2005. Total Merchant Services snagged another 4,000 square feet in the fall of 2007, tapping its expansion possibilities in Basalt. — Scott Condon

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STAY IN THE KNOW — CATCH UP ON RECENT NEWS & LOCAL EVENTS eligible for merit raises of as much as 3 percent next year, according to a budget by the agency passed Thursday. RFTA workers also had the opportunity for 3-percent merit raises this year. The agency had a wage freeze in 2010 and 2011. RFTA’s board of directors, meeting in Carbondale, approved a 48.70 million budget. Fares won’t be raised, but the agency expects fare revenues to increase by 2 percent. A modest increase in sales tax revenues also is expected. Health care premiums will increase by 9 percent. RFTA will maintain current employee contribution amounts. The bus agency’s expansion of service through its bus-rapid-transit project is expected to add 680,000 in operating costs when it starts in September. For a full year, starting in

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More than 70 people ignored bitterly cold weather and an 11 a.m. Denver Broncos start to stand for a Veterans Day ceremony at the Roaring Fork Veterans Memorial near the Pitkin County Courthouse on Nov. 11. They showed up to recognize former members of the nation’s armed forces who fought for the freedoms Americans enjoy today. Aspen veterans from the World War I era all the way up to recent conflicts in Iran and Afghanistan were honored. — Andre Salvail

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A shoot-it-yourself primer

PEOPLE HUNT animals for a lot of reasons, from filling a freezer to festooning a wall with antlers. As a meat hunter, I’m looking for a year’s worth of protein, with or without antlers attached. Even though I don’t hunt for the post-kill posing or big racks, as a hunter I’m lumped together with everyone who shoots guns at animals. I don’t mind being associated with interior decorators and stuffed-animal collectors, assuming the trophy hunters in question actually eat their meat, but I don’t like being grouped with those who shoot “varmints,” or supposed pest animals, for fun. Perhaps “animal shooting” and not hunting would be more descriptive of what they do. But semantics can’t change that I shop at the same gear stores as the sport killers, and we share space at the range and in the field, as well. We respect one another’s safety by following correct shooting etiquette. I’ll even listen politely at the gas station if some proud killer has a story to tell. The friend who took me on my first hunting trip to shoot elk is a varmint hunter, and we had a great time together. But we remained worlds apart with regard to how we really feel about shooting animals. A seldom-discussed divide exists in the hunting community between those who hunt because they enjoy shooting at living targets and those who hunt despite the killing part. There are also those who hunt as part of their overarching obsession with guns: After all, guns were designed for shooting at living things. IN MY EXPERIENCE, though, very little time spent hunting is spent actually killing. You can hunt hard for days or even weeks and come up empty, and I’m OK with that. It’s part

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of the process. And even when you’re successful, the kill itself is about as fast as a speeding bullet. Trophy hunters can at least decorate their homes with skulls, fur and bones. But with sport killers, as soon as one animal is down it’s usually on to the next, like a gambler sitting at a slot machine. Varmint hunters can generally shoot as many animals as they want, since the targeted animal is a legally ordained pest. I’m a rifle hunter, but not devoted to guns, though I do love my Ruger

probably seen endless reports linking red meat to cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and other so-called diseases of civilization. But until very recently, few of them distinguished between an Oscar Meyer wiener and Wilbur the pig, never mind Bambi. A 2010 Harvard School of Public Health meta-study found a clear correlation between diseases of civilization and processed red meat, but the correlation with unprocessed meat was weak. The take-home message, not surprisingly, is that

.270 and think of it as a friend. The annual journey we take together has given me some of my life’s best moments as well as many freezers full of the best meat in the world. Medical research has found several benefits to eating wild game, as distinct from feedlotraised livestock, but many of these discoveries have yet to permeate standard dietary practices. You’ve

whole cuts of meat are better for you than meat that’s been adulterated in all sorts of ways. In contrast, wild game is the ultimate unprocessed meat, from the ground up. These animals consume no processed feeds, which in addition to their questionable main ingredients can also contain anything from antibiotics to candy to concrete mix. Wild game also has

more omega-3 fatty acids, branchedchain amino acids, creatine and other nutrients than domestic cattle. Another area that needs more study involves comparing wild game with grass-fed beef. The two are often lumped together and billed as nutritional equals, but it would be interesting to know if this is true. From an environmental standpoint, hunting your own is one of the few defensible approaches to eating meat. Growing food to feed livestock, we all know, is a terribly inefficient use of land and water. As for hunting, these days it can help everyone. Now that humans have killed off most deer predators and replaced much of their habitat with farms or the backyards of subdivisions, deer populations have exploded like rats in the city. Several states allow for the harvest of 10 or more deer in a season, and taking your share does farmers a favor. And hunting sure beats crashing your car into a deer when you’re driving to the store for a shrink-wrapped, grain-fed beefsteak. Ari LeVaux is a contributor to Writers on the Range, a service of High Country News (www.hcn.org). He writes about food politics in Placitas, N.M.

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CLASSIC ASPEN

by TIM WILLOUGHBY

Long before there were ski lifts, a few Aspen miners exited underground workings at the top of the Midnight shaft for a run down Little Annie Basin.

UNDERGROUND SKI LIFTS during his teens, my father spent time with elder Swedish miners

who skied. Skiing was common among Aspen’s Scandinavian residents. Strapping on skis allowed them the practicality of easy travel around the area in winter, and it was also a form of recreation. My father made his own skis and after playing around the slopes in town, he put them to work.

WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL, on winter weekends he took mail and supplies to miners at the Midnight Mine in Queens Gulch. Most of the time he skied up the Castle Creek road (which was not plowed in those days) and climbed with skins to the mine. He also delivered mail to several hermit miners who lived in Little Annie Basin. Sundays, he skied from the mine at 10,000 feet over the ridge to Tourtolotte Park from where he enjoyed the snow-ride home. In those days, skis were long and bindings were no more than leather straps. He picked up speed as he raced down steep unpacked slopes. Turning was not for fun; it was done only to avoid obstacles. Elder skiers suggested techniques and gave directions to favored slopes, but learning the sport was a solitary trialand-error experience. Miners’ favorite

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“runs” were mine dumps, especially those that were in Tourtolotte Park (before they were bulldozed) where there were no trees and the slope was steep, even in deep powder. Barry Barnes, one of the better skiers, teamed up Jack Atkinson, the oldest man in the camp, for a trip

skis for scoop shovels. They sat on the shovels with the handles between their legs and then they slipped downslope, steering with their feet and a lot of leaning. A few minutes of fun went a long way to relieve a six-day week working in the dark underground, breathing stale air.

ALTHOUGH THEIR UNDERGROUND SKI LIFT PROVIDED A SLOW, CUMBERSOME RISE OF ONLY ABOUT 500 FEET, THEY REVELED IN THEIR UNIQUE APPROACH TO THE SPORT. down Lime Gulch from Little Annie. Barnes had strapped on his very long skis and Atkinson stood on the skis holding tight to Barnes’s waist. They made it down without mishap. In the spring when snow was compacted, miners traded in their

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With age and improved equipment, father and his friends found the sport exhilarating. They toted their skis and poles to work and would ski to town afterwards. They had also learned that winter storms could isolate them if they did not have snowshoes or skis,

and they preferred skis. Father found a way around working his way uphill through snow. He took his skis with him underground and more easily climbed up through the old stopes. He exited through the Cooper tunnel, part-way up the slope of the Little Annie Basin, and then skied down. The Midnight reopened the older workings in Little Annie Basin and rehabilitated the original shaft. Discovering underground “lift,” father and Joe Popish realized that they could take their skis with them as they went through the Midnight tunnel in Queens Gulch to their work at the bottom of the shaft, and then use the shaft hoist to surface halfway up the basin. From there they could ski down to the Little Annie tunnel at the bottom of the basin, and then make their way underground back to the hoist. Although their underground ski lift provided a slow, cumbersome rise of only about 500 feet, they reveled in their unique approach to the sport. Tim Willoughby’s family story parallels Aspen’s. He began sharing folklore while teaching for Aspen Country Day School and Colorado Mountain College. Now a tourist in his native town, he views it with historical perspective. Reach him at redmtn@schat.net.

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LEGENDS & LEGACIES

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KAH ANEJO TEQUILA I WAS CRUISING through Four Dogs Wine and Spirits last Friday during its wine tasting and decided I had to try Kah tequila solely based on the bottle. I picked the anejo because I liked the look of it best and I had not had an anejo in a long time. This was a different flavor — smooth pepper and wood flavors — with a hint of spice that lingers in the mouth for a few minutes. It is not my thing, but the bottle looks cool in my liquor cabinet. Gunilla Asher grew up in Aspen and now is the co-manager of The Aspen Times. She writes a drink review weekly in the spirit of “She’s not a connoisseur, but she is heavily practiced.”

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by KELLY J. HAYES

IDEAS FOR THANKSGIVING SAM SIFTON, the former dining editor of The New York Times, is spending this week making the media rounds with his new book, “Thanksgiving: How to Cook It Well.” It is clear from listening to Sifton and perusing his book that he is passionate about this, the most American holiday. He advises us to celebrate the bounty that is on the table and that the table should be set like it is being prepared for a “sacrament.” If that is the case, and the food represents the body in KELLY J. HAYES this sacrament, then the blood is the wine that is poured with the meal. For Thanksgiving I recommend that we drink hale and hearty and that we keep the wines both simple and domestic. This, after all, is a holiday that celebrates America and our traditions. And while one may be tempted to select that French Champagne with the yellow label (not that there is anything wrong with that, of course) or a crisp Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand or a beautiful Burgundy, for this one evening I, for one, will be drinking wine that is grown and made right here in the USA — mostly wines from California, though that is not necessarily a prerequisite, more a geographical accident. While there is nothing quite like Champagne, the sparkling wines from Shramsberg in the Napa Valley are also a fine choice. Celebrate the holiday by welcoming your guests with a glass of the Shramsberg Blanc de Blanc. This wine, made from 100 percent Chardonnay grapes, is crisp, clean and oh-so bubbly. It is America’s oldest Blanc de Blanc and was the first sparkling wine that Shramsberg produced in 1965. It is a sparkler with a pedigree. Shramsberg has been growing grapes and making wines since the 1880s, and in 1891, poured for the president (that would be President Harrison) at San Francisco’s Palace Hotel. Now that’s American.

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For the bird, I suggest that you give your guests a choice between red and white wines. Some love the white meat and a Chardonnay is big enough to stand up to the fowl. Others prefer to go dark and there is nothing better than a great Pinot Noir paired with turkey and all the fixings. Budget may play a role in your decisions as to what to buy, but you need not spend a fortune to drink well. For around 15 a bottle, you can buy an excellent Edna Valley Vineyards 2010 Paragon Chardonnay. This wine from the San Luis Obispo region of California is medium-

Sonoma Coast is delicate and delicious. As beautiful in the glass as it is in the mouth, this wine will give us all reason to be thankful. For the reds, there are a couple of different ways to go as well. Bargains abound from the same Central Coast region that Edna Valley farms (their Pinot Noir is a fine wine as well and would make your holiday shopping a breeze), but there is a special vineyard further north called Pinnacles Ranches. Just inland from the wild Big Sur Coast, this vineyard produces amazing fruit and Estancia does great things with it. Again,

winemaker for whom I give thanks, Tony Soter. A Napa legend, who made great Cabernets, Soter and his family now make soulful Pinot Noir in the Willamette Valley. The Estate bottled wines hailing from the Mineral Springs Ranch, again priced around 50, are a revelation. The kind of wines that one really focuses on with each tip of the glass. If you find a bottle of the 2010 Soter Pinot Noir Mineral Springs Ranch (I found some at the recently opened Four Dogs Wine & Spirits), it will make you all that much more thankful on Turkey Day.

bodied and full of California fruit flavors. For a few dollars more, about 50, may I recommend a wine with a local connection? Steve Humble, sommelier and wine director at the Roaring Fork Club, makes some of the planet’s great Chardonnay on the Sonoma Coast of California. Working with Ehren Jordan, the pair produces a wine that is called 32 Winds. The 32 Winds 2010 Chardonnay “Spinnaker”

for around 15, you can get a great wine that will make each bite of your turkey a treat. The 2011 Estancia Pinot Noir Monterrey County “Pinnacles Ranches” is a lighter bodied Pinot. Clear and easy to sip, the wine will be great with the meal, as well as a great pre-dinner sipper. Maybe in the first half of the Patriots–Jets game. Going much farther north, all the way to Oregon, is a wine and a

Of course, as we all know, if you are reading this paper you likely live in one of the world’s most special places. Even drinking tap water here is a blessing. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Kelly J. Hayes lives in the soon-tobe-designated appellation of Old Snowmass with his wife, Linda, and a black Lab named Vino. He can be reached at malibukj@aol.com.

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FOOD MATTERS

FALL IN NEW ENGLAND AT GRAFTON VILLAGE I’VE TRAVELED many miles throughout New England along the coast, in the cities and through the Green Mountains. But after years of exploring several of these beautiful towns, one stands out as special, something so quintessentially New England: Grafton Village, Vt. The added bonus? It is home to some of the best cheese AMIEE WHITE making in the world. BEAZLEY Handcrafted cheese in Grafton Village dates back to 1892, when local dairy farmers delivered their raw milk to the village creamery to have it turned into cheese. Today, the town’s cheddars are aged range from 1 through 4 years in the aging process (sometimes even longer). With each year, a new flavor profile emerges. Recently they unveiled Caved Cheeses. Grafton Cave Aged cheeses take Grafton beyond its roots in Vermont Cheddar cheese. These creations are carefully matured in Grafton’s cave aging facility in the heart of Grafton Village and include small-batch cheeses of cow’s milk, sheep’s milk and even a combination of the two. While this line is primarily found in specialty cheese shops, the traditional Grafton cheddar is available everywhere, including our own regional markets. The picturesque Grafton Village is home to about 600 people and is located in Southern Vermont, just about two-and-half hours from Boston at the junction of routes 121 and 35. It’s historical architecture is perfectly preserved, thanks to its residents and the Windham Foundation, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote Vermont’s rural communities. It’s first “project” was the town of Grafton, purchasing many of the town’s buildings and businesses then renovating and keeping them in pristine condition, including the

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town’s inn and the Grafton Forge blacksmith shop. When I spent a long weekend there exploring the area, I enjoyed afternoons walking through the

countryside where distinct paths for walking or trail running take you along great stretchens of the village, through covered bridges over trickling streams. I enjoyed local craft beer at the charming Phelps Barn Pub where a casual pub menu with woodfired flatbread pizzas and live music are featured, and dinner of classic American cuisine at the award-wining old Tavern Restaurant located at the Grafton Inn, one of the nation’s oldest operating inns. Here, the kitchen staff creates seasonal menus using local ingredients, including heirloom vegetables from the large, organic kitchen garden. Some of the best time spent was exploring the local nature center, the art galleries and meeting the people that call Grafton home. Much like Aspen, it is a snapshot in time, where history matters, but does not bind the residents there.

They have a love for life and nature that in many parts of New England no longer exists. An afternoon relaxing on the inn’s porch, in one of its wooden rockers is an experience

anyone heading to the region should never miss. Amiee White Beazley writes about dining, restaurants and foodrelated travel for the Aspen Times Weekly. She is the editor of local food magazine edibleASPEN and a contributor to Aspen Peak and the travel website EverettPotter.com. Follow her on Twitter @awbeazley1, or email awb@awbeazley.com.

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by AMIEE WHITE BEAZLEY

WINDHAM FOUNDATION THE WINDHAM FOUNDATION is a fantastic model for those interested in preserving historic America, its architecture and culture. It was founded in 1963 by Dean Mathey of Princeton, N.J., who had family ties to Grafton. His inspiration was the area’s natural beauty, historic architecture and rural way of life. This resulted in the foundation’s mission: to promote the vitality of Grafton and Vermont’s rural communities through its philanthropic and educational programs and its subsidiaries whose operations contribute to these endeavors. Check out more about its scholarship programs and grants at www.windham-foundation.org.

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A LOOK AHEAD TO THE WINTER CALENDAR by STEWART OKSENHORN

WHAT’S WAITING TO BE DISCOVERED THIS WINTER IN ASPEN (AND .... GASP ... IN VAIL)

deep inhale.

What do you smell? Nope, but good guess. That’s Aspen cultural schedule for this winter, which has a distinct new-calendar smell. Aspen’s most acclaimed restaurant has been replaced with a new room, new concept, new dishes. With Harris Hall unavailable for the season, several events move into new quarters at the Wheeler Opera House, which should give them a unique feel. The town’s most historic hotel shows its renovated face to the community, and adds a long-lost dining component. A handful of people — including the planet’s greatest humorist, a most intriguing jazz up-and-comer, the folk-rocker behind one of the year’s most acclaimed albums, a memoirist on top of the world and a return of one of our own — all make their Aspen debuts. John Denver, believe it or not, gets a fresh look. And for a true novelty, I will even recommend a road trip to Vail. So what’s new? Read on. 22

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Cuban-born singer and percussionist Pedrito Martinez performs in March in Jazz Aspen Snowmass’ JAS Café Downstairs@the Nell series.

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THE SHINS

(ON SNOWMASS MOUNTAIN, OPENING NOV. 22) The Aspen Skiing Company unveils a new playground — Burnt Mountain, on the far east end of Snowmass Mountain, just past Long Shot. It’s a substantial addition of 230 acres, but hardly on the scale of the monumental opening of Highland Bowl. Burnt Mountain leans toward flatness. For those who love trees, though, it is a heavily gladed area, more like a forest than a set of trails.

(OPENING NOV. 30 IN THE LITTLE NELL HOTEL) Montagna, which set a new culinary standard in Aspen, shut down earlier this year. In its place comes Element 47, which introduces a new concept (far heavier on à la carte dining), an even greater emphasis on local ingredients (including a multi-course meal devoted entirely to regional products), and, hallelujah, a completely transformed dining room (great as the grub was at Montagna, the look just reeked of outdated hotel dining) by Bentel & Bentel, which earned a James Beard Award for restaurant designed. Chef Robert McCormick’s new menu, divided into small, medium and large plates, includes Emma Farms Wagyu beef, Columbia River sturgeon, Colorado lamb shank and braised pheasant terrine. In other news: Ryan Hardy, the former Montagna chef who left Aspen to open a restaurant in New York City, is finally seeing his plan come to life. His 60-seat, Italianinfluenced place, still to be named, will open in the spring on Lower Sixth Avenue.

(DEC. 14, BELLY UP) James Mercer, leader of rock band the Shins, can’t claim to be prolific, not with five albums in 15 years. But he is consistent and consistently interesting. The Shins’ 2001 debut, “Oh, Inverted World,” was hailed as a vital addition to indie rock; this year’s “Port of Morrow,” their latest album (and first since 2007), sounds fresh and captivating. Also making their local debuts this season at Belly Up: Divine Fits (Dec. 12), a new band fronted by Spoon lead singer Britt Daniel; U.K. hard rockers the Darkness (Feb. 2); and America (March 15) — yes, that America, on their 40th anniversary tour.

DAVID SEDARIS (NOV. 25, WHEELER OPERA HOUSE) When the publicist turned down my request to interview David Sedaris, I followed up with an offer to be Sedaris’ tour guide/sex slave for his first visit to Aspen. That’s how badly I want to spend some time in the company of mankind’s greatest humor writer. It’s also a reflection of how badly I imagine Sedaris needs my services. (The tour guide part, I mean. Only the tour guide part.) His essays, collected in such landmark books as “Me Talk Pretty One Day” and “When You Are Engulfed in Flames,” and the upcoming “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls,” depict an awkward, incompetent and odd homosexual — someone who would not fare well, unaccompanied, on the unfamiliar, mean streets of Aspen. (And if the only way I get personal time with Sedaris is by ... you know ... I’d think about it. That’s a true fan.) And on the topic of gay men so freaking funny that I’d consider most anything to get some time with: John Waters is set to appear Jan. 17 in a Gay Ski Week event at the Wheeler. Waters, the man behind “Hairspray” and the character John, owner of the collectibles store Cockamamie’s in the “Homer’s Phobia” episode of “The Simpsons,” appeared at Aspen Shortsfest in 2001, and consented to a phone interview with me. I have often said it was the only interview I would have paid to do; speaking with him was like getting 20 minutes of one-on-one stand-up.

HOTEL JEROME REOPENING (DEC. 13) Aspen’s most iconic building reopens, and probably wakes from something of a yearlong slumber. (And on a more personal note, ceases, finally, that construction racket outside my window.) The Hotel Jerome welcomes in the community with a pair of pre-Christmas open-house events that include a tour of the new Jerome B. Wheeler Suite. And there is good reason to visit the Jerome after the open house. Prospect, a restaurant that returns to the hotel’s original dining space, overlooking the courtyard, is an American bistro headed by chef Rob Zack, who returns to the Jerome after opening the Viceroy in Snowmass Village.

SNOWDAZE (DEC. 15, VAIL) There, I did it. I recommended you drive to Vail. Now that’s something new. Obviously I have a very good reason for having you pull over at that glorified I-70 rest stop. Wilco, the modern-day saviors of rock ‘n’ roll, play Vail’s Snowdaze, as part of the Snowdaze festival (and won’t be playing an Aspen date). It’s part of Vail’s 50th anniversary celebration — so feel free to inform the Vailies that Aspen’s got a couple decades on them as a ski resort, and a good 80 years on them as a town. (If Wilco announced they were going to make this an annual thing, and would never play Aspen, I’d think about moving to Vail. For a second or two.)

ACADEMY SCREENINGS (DEC. 25-JAN. 1, WHEELER) Aspen Film’s Academy Screenings series has been around for two decades. But this year, with Harris Hall unavailable, the series moves to the Wheeler, for a cozier room and

a more convenient location. (The docket of screenings is also shortened slightly, and the series is condensed from its customary two weeks to one.) No matter the venue, the Academy Screenings delivers something fresh out of the box: Films considered Oscar contenders, many of them special presentations, shown here weeks before they are widely released. Among the films to be shown this year are “Amour,” German director Michael Haneke’s French language story of elderly love that earned top honors in Cannes; “Hyde Park on Hudson,” starring Bill Murray as Franklin Roosevelt during an affair with his cousin (Laura Linney); and “Silver Linings Playbook,” David O. Russell’s comic drama of an oddball Philadelphia family. The full program of approximately 16 titles will be announced Dec. 3.

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper star in David O. Russell’s “Silver Linings Playbook,” showing in December in Aspen Film’s Academy Screenings series.

Humorist David Sedaris appears Nov. 24 at the Wheeler Opera House.

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Violinist Gil Shaham opens the Aspen Music Festival’s Winter Music series with a February concert at the Wheeler Opera House.

Former Aspenite Bella Betts headlines a Wintersköl concert in January at the Wheeler.

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FATHER JOHN MISTY

GIL SHAHAM

(JAN. 4, BELLY UP) Joshua Tillman is part of the same Seattle freak-folk scene that gave us Fleet Foxes — in fact, Tillman has been a member of Fleet Foxes. Tillman says too much is made of his FF connection — he only appeared, playing drums and singing, on one of the band’s albums, and toured with them for a short while. (Of course, Fleet Foxes have only two albums, and the one Tillman contributed to was last year’s sensational “Helplessness Blues.”) Sure enough, Tillman has something else worthwhile to trumpet. His solo debut “Fear Fun,” released under the name Father John Misty, exists on a similar plane as Fleet Foxes — folky, dreamy, fuzzy, otherworldly, reeking of the woods of the Pacific Northwest. It’s among the bestreviewed albums of the year.

(FEB. 5, WHEELER) Yes, violinist Gil Shaham studied at the Aspen Music School, practically grew up in Aspen, and returns to perform most every summer. But this year the Aspen Music Festival’s Winter Music series moves to the Wheeler, and fans will get to see Shaham, and accompanist Akira Eguchi on piano, in a different setting. Shaham, well-versed in local traditions, should be able to make the most of the new venue. Also performing in the series are two more acts familiar to Aspen audiences: the Boulder-based Takács Quartet (Feb. 28), and pianist Conrad Tao (March 16), a former student in Aspen who gave one of the highlight performances here last summer.

ASPEN SANTA FE BALLET (FEB. 15-16 AND MARCH 16) The program for Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s local show is new-ish: “Last,” commissioned by the ASFB from Alejandro Cerrudo, had its premiere last summer; “Return to a Strange Land,” by Jiri Kylián, is new to Aspen; and Trey McIntyre’s “Like a Samba” hasn’t been seen here since 2005. The really novel part is the absence of Seth DelGrasso, a founding member of the company who retired from the stage recently. These will be the first Aspen performances in ASFB’s 17 years without DelGrasso. The ASFB’s annual “Nutcracker” (Dec. 15-16) will again feature Norbert de la Cruz in the role of the Jester. De la Cruz broke out big-time as a choreographer this year with the Aspen performances of his “Square None.”

“THE MUSIC IS YOU: A TRIBUTE TO JOHN DENVER” (DUE FOR RELEASE IN FEBRUARY) The years have not been particularly kind to John Denver, either his music or his persona. All that could change with a tribute album featuring some truly hip musicians — Brandi Carlile, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Brett Dennen, Lucinda Williams and more — covering Denver’s songs. Truly enticing: rockers My Morning Jacket’s version of “Leaving on a Jet Plane.” Admit it, you can’t wait. Father John Misty makes his Aspen debut Jan. 4 at Belly Up.

BELLA BETTS & THE LITTLE STARS (JAN. 12, WHEELER) When Aspen native Bella Betts left town, she was a little kid with a big interest in folk music. Betts, now a Boulder resident, is all grown up — 12, in fact, and on the petite side. But her musical abilities have sprouted enormously over the last few years, enough that Bella and her mandolin have made appearances with Chris Thile, Amos Lee and Sarah Jarosz. Her concert at the Wheeler — a free event on the Saturday night of Wintersköl — features her backing band, the Little Stars, and songs from her forthcoming debut album, tentatively titled “Lights Around a Curve.”

MARCO BENEVENTO (JAN. 18, PAC3, CARBONDALE) Keyboardist Marco Benevento has played in the valley before, as a member of avant-groove combo Garage a Trois and of the Benevento/Russo Duo. But this is his first appearance under his own name (and as a jam guy, he should by all rights have performed here a whole bunch of times). Through a series of solo albums, including the new “TigerFace,” the 35-year-old Benevento has carved a new niche built out of rock rhythms, improvisational jazz and electro sounds. Cyril Neville and Devon Allman, both part of royal music families, have performed in the valley before. But not together. They team up in the Royal Southern Brotherhood, making its local debut Feb. 7 at PAC3.

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CORE PARTY (MARCH 29-30, DOWNTOWN ASPEN) The Skico’s annual early spring street throw-down gets a little wilder this year. Or at least longer — this year’s CORE Party runs two nights. March Fourth Marching Band, the costumed, stilt-walking troupe from Oregon, should thrive in the outdoor setting on March 29; the next night, it’s Grouplove, an indie rock quintet from New York.

PEDRITO MARTINEZ (MARCH 29-30, JAS CAFÉ DOWNSTAIRS@THE NELL A New Yorker piece on Havana-born, New York-based percussionist and singer Pedrito Martinez last spring got me thinking, “Man, this is a guy I’ve got to see.” (”If anyone can move Afro-Cuban music into greater visibility, it’s Martinez,” the article stated.) I put Martinez’s weekly gig at a Cuban restaurant in Manhattan on my wish list, but now I don’t have to travel east to see him (though I still reserve the right to do so). Martinez’s four-piece group closes Jazz Aspen’s winter jazz series with two fiery nights in the cozy spot known as the JAS Café. Setting the stage for Martinez, the JAS Café series is loaded with Latin talent, including the Brazilian duo of singer Rose Max and guitarist Ramatis (Jan. 11-12); Brazilian singerpianist Eliane Elias (Feb. 8-9); and Jamaican-born pianist Monty Alexander (Feb. 28-March).

CHERYL STRAYED (APRIL 12, PAEPCKE AUDITORIUM) A respected but hardly widely known writer, Cheryl Strayed vaulted into household-name territory with “Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail.” Published last March, “Wild” is a memoir of the author’s 1,100-mile hike, which prompted big-picture reflections on the death of her mother, when Strayed was 22, heroin use, family dissolution and more. The book topped The New York Times bestseller list in July; a film version, starring Reese Witherspoon and with a screenplay by Nick Hornby, is in the works. Strayed gives a reading in the Aspen Writers’ Foundation’s Winter Words series on April 12. Other new voices in the series: Serbian-born Téa Obreht (Feb. 7), whose 2011 novel “The Tiger’s Wife,” written when she was 25, earned the Orange Prize for Fiction; and Karen Russell, whose novel “Swamplandia!” was a finalist this year for a Pulitzer, with Elissa Schappell (March 4).

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POPULAR MUSIC One of the highlights of the Belly Up schedule is an opening act that might almost be considered a local: You, Me & Apollo (Dec. 26, opening for Third Eye Blind), the Ft. Collins band led by singer-guitarist Brent Cowles. In a side-stage gig at last summer’s Labor Day Festival, Cowles captivated the audience with his versatile, singersongwriter fare. Also at Belly Up: jam band moe. (Dec. 2); the Hip-Hop Gods tour (Dec. 10), led by genuine rap deities, Public Enemy (Dec. 10); bluegrassy rock band Trampled by Turtles (Jan. 12); hip-hoppers Blackalicious (Jan. 19). Punch Brothers, the reigning kings of visionary string-band music, are among the knockout acts coming to the Wheeler, playing Dec. 8. The big draw when Joe Lovano plays the Wheeler (Feb. 1) might not be the mighty saxophonist himself, but his bassist: Esperanza Spalding, the rare jazz player who gets mainstream recognition. Also at the Wheeler: a New Year’s Eve show with soul singer Marc Broussard, who lit up last year’s 7908 Songwriters Festival; Shawn Colvin (Feb. 15), troubadour Jerry Jeff Walker (Feb. 16), and the 7908 Festival (late March, with exact dates and acts to be announced). The Aspen Skiing Company kicks off its season of free Hi-Fi concerts with rockabilly trio the Rev. Horton Heat on Nov. 24 at the Gondola Plaza. Down in Carbondale, PAC3’s lineup kicks off with a pair of blues guitar veterans: Tommy Castro & the Painkllers (Dec. 1) and Coco Montoya (Dec. 15). Also on the PAC3 schedule are a double-team of Colorado funk band, the Motet and Euforquestra (Dec. 29); and peace-loving California hip-hop collective, Luminaries (Feb. 16).

THEATER Jayne Gottlieb Productions’ show (Dec. 14-16 and 21-23, Wheeler) is inspired by the long-running Radio City Music Hall’s Rockettes holiday show; the original story is about a girl in Aspen for the holidays, searching for the perfect gift. The young actors from Gottlieb’s troupe will be joined by a pair of professionals, Nina Gabianelli and Peggy Wilke. There’s more young talent as the Theatre Aspen School presents “The Drowsy Chaperone” (Jan. 10-13, Aspen District Theatre), a musical comedy about musical theater. At Carbondale’s Thunder River Theatre Company, there’s holiday fare — “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol” (Dec. 6-9 and 13-16) — as well as more serious stuff: Eugene O���Neill’s “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” (performances Feb. 21 through March 9).

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The Aspen Art Museum’s winter exhibitions include a show by Los Angeles filmmakerturned-painter Morgan Fisher, and Block, Pillar, Slab, Beam, featuring four Latin American artists exploring the creative possibility of building materials (both opening Dec. 13). The Art Museum collaborates with the Aspen Skiing Company to present Dave Muller’s Aspeninspired, music-oriented wall drawing in the Skico’s new Elk Camp restaurant on Snowmass Mountain. Muller will be in town over President’s Weekend (Feb. 16-18) to present his Three Day Weekend, featuring visual art and DJ events. Anderson Ranch’s holiday open house (Dec. 18) gets a unique element: a site-specific drawing by Laura Scandrett.

Topping the Wheeler Film Series is “Searching for Sugar Man” (Nov. 21-23), a heart-warming documentary about the vanished singersongwriter Rodriguez. Also on the schedule: “Liberal Arts” (Nov. 16-17), about a collegecampus romance; “I Wish” (Nov. 19-20), a Japanese film about kids and their hopes; the edgy Norwegian crime thriller “Head Hunters” (Nov. 26-27); and “Safety Not Guaranteed,” an offbeat, low-budget romance (Dec. 1-6).

Small Wonders, the Aspen Chapel Gallery’s holiday-oriented art exhibition, opens Nov. 28. The Aspen Choral Society’s performances of Handel’s “Messiah” (Dec. 11-12, First United Methodist Church, Glenwood Springs; St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Aspen) are conducted, for the 35th year running, by Ray Adams. Soupsköl (Jan. 11, downtown Aspen), an orgy of free bisques, chowders and broths, is among the headline events for Wintersköl. The Met: Live in HD (various dates between Jan. 31 and March 28) brings hi-def video of opera — including Verdi’s “Otello” and Wagner’s “Parsifal” — to the Wheeler. Exhibitions at the Red Brick Center for the Arts include a Western-themed show in February. The Aspen Laff Festival returns to the Wheeler Feb. 21-23.

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The Aspen Santa Fe Ballet company’s local performances, in February and March, includes Alejandro Cerrudo’s “Last.”

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AROUNDASPEN

The SOCIAL SIDE of TOWN

by MARY ESHBAUGH HAYES

MORE ASPEN HIGH REUNION ONCE AGAIN THERE were so many photos from an event that I am running a second week of pictures ... this time about the recent Aspen High School Reunion for the Classes of 1972, 1973 and 1974. Aspen photographer David O. Marlow’s work is featured on the cover of Mountain MARY Living magazine’s ESHBAUGH HAYES November-December issue with the home of the year, an Aspen home designed by Aspen architect Charles Cunniffe with interiors done by Andrew Sheinman and Francis Nicdao, of New York City. The 12-page article features living spaces with floor-toceiling windows capturing views of Aspen Mountain and the Roaring Fork Valley. David also just returned from shooting a Mediterraneanstyle home in Laguna Beach, Calif., belonging to part-time Aspenites Norm and Melinda Payson with interiors by Kris Church. David is now off to Geneva to photograph a mountain lodge for the Eleven Group, which owns the Scarp Ridge Lodge in Crested Butte. Then it is off for more shoots in Boca Raton, Fla.; London; the French Alps; and Los Angeles. Undercurrent ... This is what Elizabeth Paepcke had to say about the greed engulfing Aspen in an interview I did with her in 1987: “My husband, Walter Paepcke, created the Aspen Music Festival, the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies and the Design Conference, … all of which were done for the good of the people as well as for ourselves. My concern now is the fact that people have come to Aspen to make money. Having achieved that goal, they often leave. My heart is broken.”

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Enjoying the Aspen High School Reunion are, from left, Sophie Higbie and her father, Don Higbie, Joannie Livingston and Mark Moebius.

REUNION From left are Gus Fitzgerald, son of Pauli Hayes, Carl Brehmer and teacher Eric Wolter.

REUNION Terry and Melody Kappeli.

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REUNION Cici Fox, left, with longtime coach Ruth Harrison.

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Danielle Tache, left, with Linda McTarnaghan.

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REUNION Talking over old times are, from left, David Herberg, Louise Edwards and Mark Mayer.

REUNION From left are Squally, Pattie and Tommy Clapper.

REUNION From left are teacher Eric Wolter, Lauri Hayes and Kathy DeFries.

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From left are Terry and Eric Brucker and Margie Throm.

REUNION Vicki Grenko and her husband, Chris Peterson.

REUNION Pattie and Tommy Clapper.

REUNION Jimmy Smith, left, with Curtis Vagneur.

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Sue Denton, left, with Heidi Wirth.

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REUNION Barbara Knirlberger and her daughter, Lexi.

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CURRENTEVENTS

NOVEMBER 15-21, 2012

edited by RYAN SLABAUGH

WATCH John Goss, center, stars in Aspen Community Theatre’s production of the Gershwin musical “Crazy For You,” playing Thursday through Sunday, Nov. 15-18, at the Aspen District Theatre.

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15 “Crazy For You” 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., Aspen District Theatre. Aspen Community Theatre presents the story of Bobby Child, a wellto-do 1930s playboy whose dream in life is to dance. Despite the serious efforts of his mother and soon-to-be-ex-fiancé, Bobby achieves his dream in a high-energy comedy that includes mistaken identity, plot twists, dance numbers and classic Gershwin music. Call 970-920-5770. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 Ben Sollee with Luke Reynolds 9 p.m. - 11:55 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St. Known for his thrilling cello playing, which incorporates new techniques to create a unique mix of folk, bluegrass, jazz and r&b, Sollee also possesses smoky vocal stylings and a knack for intricate arrangements. His fourth release, “Half-Made Man,” is a revealing, deeply moving album that explores a man trying to figure himself out. Call 970-544-9800. Josh and Ananda 8:30 p.m. - 10:35 p.m., Carbondale Beer Works, 647 Main St., Carbondale. Local duo takes the stage. No cover charge. Call 970-704-1216. “Crazy For You” 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., Aspen District Theatre. Aspen Community Theatre presents the story of Bobby Child, a well-todo 1930s playboy whose dream in life is to dance. Call 970-920-5770. Film: “Choose Your Adventure” 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St. Powderwhore Productions, a backcountry ski film company based in Utah, presents its eighth annual ski movie. Despite the underwhelming winter of 2011-12, in which snowfall reached near record lows

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and unstable avalanche conditions, the Powderwhores were able to make the most of the conditions at home and abroad with trips to Cerro Castillo, Chile; La Grave, France; the Antarctic Peninsula; Svalbard, Norway; Mount Foraker, Alaska; British Columbia, Canada, and the Wasatch Mountains in Utah. Call 970-544-9800. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17 “Crazy For You” 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., Aspen District Theatre. Aspen Community Theatre presents the story of Bobby Child, a well-todo 1930s playboy whose dream in life is to dance. Call 970-920-5770. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18 Open Mic Night 7:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m., Carbondale Beer Works, 647 Main St., Carbondale. Bring your tap shoes, penny whistle, nose flute, poetry or guitar. No embarrassment allowed; all comers welcome. Call 970-704-1216. Papadosio with Octopus Nebula 9:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen. Papadosio releases its new album T.E.T.I.O.S. (To End the Illusion of Separation) for their fall tour. It’s a double disc compilation of recent tracks that they’ve been performing live as well as many unheard new songs and productions. Call 970-544-9800. “Crazy For You” 2 p.m. - 4:30 p.m., Aspen District Theatre. Aspen Community Theatre presents the story of Bobby Child, a well-todo 1930s playboy whose dream in life is to dance. Call 970-920-5770.

THE ARTS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15 Arts Club 3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m., Aspen Youth Center, 0861 Maroon Creek Road. In

collaboration with Aspen Youth Center, the Aspen Art Museum offers a program of six in-center art classes after school. Activities include drawing, graffiti, collage, illustration, sculpture, pottery, painting, printing and more. The classes conclude with a studenthung installation and family-and-friends gallery reception at the Youth Center. Sign up for each class separately. Sign-ups close on Tuesday before the Thursday class. Priority will be given to kids who have not participated in prior classes. Kids can sign themselves up in person or by phone. Admission to the class; it’s open to 4th through 8th graders. Call 970-544-4130. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 Signup: Printmaking - Stencil Silkscreen 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Wyly Community Art Center, 99 Midland Spur, Basalt. Registration in progress for workshop with Jennifer Ghormley for high schoolers and adults (all skill levels), taking place Saturday, Nov. 17, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Registration is required. Tuition is $75 plus $30 studio fee; members receive 10 percent off. Call 970927-4123. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17 Playing with Form and Surface 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Carbondale Clay Center, 135 Main St. In this one-day demo workshop ($85), Chandra DeBuse discusses her strategies for creating playful pottery forms with illustrated surfaces. She will share her methods for constructing forms by throwing, altering and hand-building with soft clay slabs. Learn how Chandra builds her voluminous platters, servers, spoons and trays by using craft foam and plywood. This is a demonstration workshop, not a hands-on session. For more information or to register, call the center or email info@carbondaleclay.org. Call 970963-2529.

YOGA & EXERCISE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15 Beer Runners and Trivia Night 7:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m., Carbondale Beer Works, 647 Main St., Carbondale. Weekly independence beer run ends appropriately at Beer Works. All runners of the valley are welcome; new running gear will be on display. As an additional bonus, it’s also Trivia Night. Test your wits and knowledge against CBW’s hosts. Call 970-704-1216. Vinyasa Flow Yoga 6:15 p.m. - 7:15 p.m., Coredination, 520 S. Third St., Suite 7, Carbondale. Class for all levels, taught by certified instructor Anthony Jerkunica. Call 970-379-8108. Adult Drop-In Basketball 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., Aspen High School Skier Dome. Play pickup basketball for $5 per person. Get in a workout and prepare for the adult basketball league that runs January through March. Call 970-948-2192.

THE COMMUNITY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15 Go to the Library and Get Out of Town: A Travel Series 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m., Pitkin County Library, Aspen. Featuring “Hut to Hut Hiking on Iceland’s Laugavegur Route: A Family Adventure.” The Weiss family finds kid-friendly adventure exploring Iceland’s rugged volcanic peaks, glaciers, elfin birch forests, raging rivers, and obsidian fields. Call 970-429-1900. Train Dreams Book Club 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., Pitkin County Library, Aspen. This month, the group discusses “Wolf Hall” by Hilary Mantel. Everyone is welcome. Call 970-429-1900.

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the world — my promise to myself,” Fogerty said in his statement. “I accomplished that goal against all odds, only to have it fall apart on top of me. The songs and the music stopped; you didn’t hear from John Fogerty for years. All of this took its toll on me. I couldn’t write a song, sing a song. And it was so hard on me, all of the lawsuits and betrayals. I was personally fading away. My story will share the ups and downs and how it all affected me. The road back was a bumpy one, and I knew that it would take years to come out of it, but I did. Happily, I did, with my dear wife, Julie, by my side. “I have come to a place where I can look back and reflect on those stories and share what really happened. I am the guy who lived it, and you will hear me tell the story for the first time.”

regarded as one of the great American rock bands, defying the trend of long jams in the late 1960s and early ‘70s and turning out an amazing run of tight, top 10 singles. But the righteous edge to Fogerty’s vocals and lyrics was matched by his determination to have his own way, including with his brother and fellow Creedence performer, Tom Fogerty. By the mid’70s, the band had broken up and Fogerty would spend years battling his former music label, Fantasy Records. His solo career has been sporadic, but he has had hits with “Centerfield” and “The Old Man Down the Road.” Fogerty has an album scheduled for next year and plans collaborations with the Foo Fighters and Keith Urban among others. “The kid from El Cerrito (Calif.) wanted to be the best musician in

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