Issuu on Google+

FOOD MATTERS

HOLIDAY COOKING IDEAS 18

||

A&E ‘SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN’ 28

NOVEMBER 22-28, 2012 • ASPENTIMES.COM/WEEKLY

FIND IT INSIDE

GEAR | PAGE 14

CULTURE/CHARACTERS/COMMENTARY

A LINE DANCE WITH GATE BASHERS SEE PAGE 24


BELLY UP ASPEN WHERE ASPEN GOES FOR LIVE MUSIC.

FRI 11/23

KINGS OF HOLLYWOOD

SHOW 10 PM

Bust out your spandex and hairspray it’s time to party like it’s 1987 with 3 tribute acts in one night! Guns N’ Roses, Poison & Motley Cru. Rock on!

GAME 6:20 PM

GAME 6:30 PM

ASPEN TIMES PRESENTS

PACKERS VS. GIANTS

PANTHERS VS. EAGLES

NFL FOOTBALL:

CELEBRATE THE END OF THE OFF SEASON! ALL ENTREES + DRAFT OF YOUR CHOICE ONLY $10 all night long. 16ft HD screen, drink specials, giveaways!

ECTO COOLER

First date on a tour for his newest release “Touch The Sky�. Ecto has supported Skrillex, Zed’s Dead, Crystal Method & Infected Mushroom & packed the house with his two headlining performances.

NO COVER

WED 11/28

MON 11/26 ASPEN TIMES PRESENTS

NFL FOOTBALL:

SHOW 9:30 PM

8%+.030$,*/t%+/";5:/"5&

10*40/%t3&% 8)*5$36 "11&5*5&'03%&4536$5*0/

SUN 11/25

SAT 11/24

CELEBRATE THE END OF THE OFF SEASON! ALL ENTREES + DRAFT OF YOUR CHOICE ONLY $10 all night long. 16ft HD screen, drink specials, giveaways!

NO COVER

NO COVER

RODINA

SHOW 9:30 PM

'&"563*/(+0&5"550/0' 5)&/&8."45&3406/%4  +04)6"'"*3."/0',*/&5*9 "/%&3*$-08+".&4 %6..0'5)&'09453&&5 "--45"34

JUST ANNOUNCED: t&-&1)"/53&7*7"- t5)*&7&3:$031 -*7&  /%/*()5"%%&%

THU 11/29

GAME 6:20 | SHOW 9:30 ASPEN TIMES PRESENTS

NFL FOOTBALL:

SAINTS VS. FALCONS

SHOW 9:30 PM

SHAKEDOWN STREET

1&3'03.4&6301&A

NO COVER FOR GAME

,41/13&4&/54

VAN GHOST

FRI 11/30

Returning after playing the Snowmass Free Concert series, Van Ghost is “an ultramelodic take on epic ’70s rock� - Chicago Tribune

Colorado based Grateful Dead tribute performing the Dead’s legendary Europe ‘72 set.

www.bellyupaspen.com | BOX OFFICE: 970 544-9800

2

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

âœŚ

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

t#-"$,"-*$*064 t53*#"-4&&%4 t5)&%"3,/&44 t4"70: t-&'507&34"-.0/ t".&3*$"5) "//*7&34"3:5063


Coldwell Banker Mason Morse recently received the internationally prestigious

BEST OVERALL MARKETING PACKAGE by LuxuryRealEstate.com Our competitors were such companies as Sotheby’s International, RE/MAX, and many more. When it comes to listing and selling your home, Coldwell Banker Mason Morse has mastered the ďŹ ne art of handling exceptional properties. We know how to bring out your home’s best qualities and can skillfully market them to the widest audience of qualiďŹ ed home buyers. With a global reach in 51 countries and 3,100 ofďŹ ces worldwide, and along with strategic alliances such as Luxury Real Estate.com and Regents, we expose your property to the right audience.

From our cutting edge marketing and deep relationships with leading media channels in print and online, to our innovative tools and technology including mobile and iPad friendly apps, and YouTube property video searches, we will leave no stone unturned in blanketing every prospect niche. Coldwell Banker Mason Morse has the expertise, experience and resources to deliver the exceptional results you desire.

/(*$&<9,(:(67$7( ,135(67,*,28667$5:22' 

JUST SOLD

ASPEN CONTEMPORARY ON 1 ACRE

thesource ([FOXVLYH/LVWLQJE\ %ULDQ+D]HQ_ EKD]HQ#URIQHW

With inventory levels dropping, increased activity, favorable interest rates, and more conďŹ dence in the market, THIS IS A GREAT TIME TO LIST YOUR HOME â&#x20AC;&#x201D; contact one of our professional brokers today.

Aspen | 514 E. Hyman Avenue | 970.925.7000 Carbondale | 0290 Highway 133 | 970.963.3300 Redstone | 385 Redstone Boulevard | 970.963.1061 Glenwood Springs | 1614 Grand Avenue | 970.928.9000

Find more at www.masonmorse.com FB/ColdwellBankerMasonMorse

TW/masonmorse

LN/Coldwell Banker Mason Morse

YT/MasonMorse1

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

3


Aspen Loves

Fast Women! NOVEMBER 24 - 25

FOUR-MOUNTAIN SPORTS PASSHOLDER DEMO PROGRAM Premier, Flex, Double Flex, Senior Escape or Mountain Collective passholders are eligible. Demo the latest freshly tuned skis & snowboards all season long.

25 demo days $49995 ($20 per day) 50 demo days $59999 ($12 per day) Available for purchase at any Four-Mountain Sports location or by calling 977-282-7736.

INTRODUCING: ELK CAMP OPEN FOR LUNCH, SNOWMASS

Come check out our newest on-mountain restaurant located at the top of the Elk Camp Gondola. Free for foot passengers.

EVENTS Aspen Mountain & Snowmass Opening Day Nov. 22 9 am - 3:30 pm We’ve got an amazing Thanksgiving weekend planned at Aspen Mountain & Snowmass! Have lunch & enjoy the beautiful views from the top of the Silver Queen & Elk Camp gondolas- FREE for foot passengers.

_________________________________________________________________________________ Sneaky’s Tavern Nov. 22 Opening Nov. 22, daily après specials from 4-6 pm & live music on Saturday, 4-7pm.

4 - close

_________________________________________________________________________________

SKI & SNOWBOARD SCHOOL ATTENTION PARENTS: Drop off your children at the Treehouse Kids’ Adventure Center while you enjoy a few hours on the slopes! 970.923.TREE

SNOWMASS & ASPEN MOUNTAIN ARE OPEN & SO ARE WE! Group and private lessons are now available for all levels & ages. www.aspensnowmass.com/schools

FREE World Cup Kickoff Party & Autograph Signing Nov. 23 Limelight Hotel U.S. Ski Team racers will sign autographs, bib drawing & food & drink specials.

5:30 - 6:30 pm

_________________________________________________________________________________ Bud Light Dine Around Program, City of Aspen Nov. 23 - 29 6 - 9 pm Some of Aspen’s top restaurants will be offering delicious Aspen Winternational Prix Fixe menus.

_________________________________________________________________________________ Yoga for Skiers Nov. 23 & 24 9:30 - 10:30 am Top of Aspen Mountain at the Sundeck Stretch & loosen up before an action-packed day on the slopes. Mats are provided.

_________________________________________________________________________________ Audi FIS Ski World Cup at the Nature Valley Aspen Winternational Nov. 24 10:15 am & 1:15 pm Aspen Mountain at Base of Lift 1A Nov. 25 10 am & 1 pm The world’s fastest women skiers take Aspen Mountain by storm in Giant Slalom & Slalom races. FREE & open to the public.

_________________________________________________________________________________ Taste of Winternational, Aspen Mountain at Base of Lift 1A Nov. 24 - 25 11:30 am Enjoy complimentary food tastings & live music between the races. Food provided by ASC Catering.

_________________________________________________________________________________

Connect. Share. Check in: Keep up with the latest on-mountain conditions, activities, events, packages & specials in Aspen/Snowmass!

FREE Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series on Aspen Mountain Aspen Mountain Concert Stage Featuring Reverend Horton Heat. FREE & open to the public.

Nov. 24

Giant Slalom Awards Ceremony & Fireworks Aspen Mountain Concert Stage, FREE & open to the public.

Nov. 24

_________________________________________________________________________________

Tell your friends & family about great deals! www.aspensnowmass.com/deals 4

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

6:30 pm

8 pm


COMPLETELY RENOVATED VICTORIAN IN DOWNTOWN ASPEN 1021$5&+$VSHQ_

6ULVM[OLTVZ[KPZ[PUJ[P]LYLZPKLUJLZPU(ZWLU ^P[OHKLZPYHISLSVJH[PVUPU[OL>LZ[,UKSVJH[PVU VULISVJRMYVT[OLJLU[YHSJVYL;OPZOVTLOHZ ILLUJVTWSL[LS`YLUV]H[LKHUK\WKH[LKHSVUN ^P[OUL^HKKP[PVUZ-P]LILKYVVTZIH[OYVVTZ WV^KLYYVVTZMHTPS`YVVTTLKPHYVVTSHYNL

THZ[LYZ\P[LHUKHJHYNHYHNL-PUPZOLZPUJS\KL HZOÃ&#x2026;VVYZZVSPKZ[VULJV\U[LY[VWZPURP[JOLUHUK IH[OZHUKOPNOLUKJVTTLYJPHSNYHKLHWWSPHUJLZ (WYP]H[LYVVM[VWKLJR^P[OOV[[\I[HRLZ HK]HU[HNLVM]PL^ZVM(ZWLU:T\NNSLYHUK9LK 4V\U[HPU

&$55,(:(//6 3UHYLHZV6SHFLDOLVW  FDUULH#FDUULHZHOOVFRP *63+>,33)(52,94(:65469:, (ZWLUc,/`THU(]LU\Lc   -PUKTVYLH[^^^THZVUTVYZLJVT A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

5


WELCOME MAT

INSIDE this EDITION

DEPARTMENTS 08 THE WEEKLY CONVERSATION LEGENDS & LEGACIES

12

14 FROM ASPEN, WITH LOVE WINE INK

17

28 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT 30 TRAVEL 32 AROUND ASPEN 34 LOCAL CALENDAR 42 CROSSWORD FOOD MATTERS

HOLIDAY COOKING IDEAS 18

||

A&E ‘SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN’ 28

NOVEMBER 22-28, 2012 • ASPENTIMES.COM/WEEKLY

FIND IT INSIDE

GEAR | PAGE 14

CULTURE/CHARACTERS/COMMENTARY

A LINE DANCE WITH GATE BASHERS SEE PAGE 24

18 FOOD MATTERS

24 COVER STORY

It’s the holiday season, and Food Matters writer Amiee White Beazley has some good ideas for your kitchen.

Writer Amanda Charles finds the storylines behind this year’s Aspen Winternational and a little bit of the event’s history, too.

ON THE COVER

Photo by Tom Kelly/USSA

Victory wave from slalom champion Mikaela Shiffrin at the Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships at Colorado’s Winter Park Resort earlier in 2012.

EDITOR’S NOTE

rupert’s back | If there ever was a case for a country allowing

6

corporations to be neutered — as in, no longer able to make any acquisitions — it is right now in England, just as the BBC is burning and News Corp. is bouncing.

Why? Part-newsman, New York Times, his part-henchman Rupert company had 9.6 Murdoch recently billion in cash at the end announced that his of its fiscal year, and in corporation was back September, it borrowed on its proverbial feet another 1 billion. after months of serious His timing is perfectly ethical violations Rupertorian. He leaps RYAN SLABAUGH knocked them down. back up just as the Remember those? BBC — one of his chief They cost the English taxpayer domestic competitors and an millions for hearings, pomp organization whom he has often and quite a bit of “really, he did criticized — is unraveling due to that?” circumstance in front of a an accusation that it canceled a meaningless parade of politicians news segment about serial child and employee resignations. molesting committed by longtime To be fair, Rupert did lose host Jimmy Savile and aired an a lot. He was booted out of a untrue story about a member of multibillion-dollar deal with a Margaret Thatcher’s administration satellite company and nearly cried being a pedophile. on national television. In the end, Truly, BBC has performed a man known for attending to all a miracle for News Corp. by the finer details pleaded ignorance becoming the one and only story to his institution’s malfeasances that could make Rupert appear and promptly shut down one of good. So while BBC rightfully his most profitable and despicable shrinks and is forced in many tabloids to prove the point. cases to start over, News Corp. Yet, from all the spying and the is allowed, after a bit of peace, to manipulation of sources, readers, grow. advertisers — you name it — he But where? Herein lies a very is hardly hobbled and indebted thin silver lining. Rupert is to his victims. According to The buying into sports (and not news,

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

thankfully). According to several industry reports, the company is looking at purchasing television franchises in large media markets, including Asia and New England and — more silver lining — nowhere near Colorado. The larger strategy Rupert is hoping to execute is to compete against ESPN, which last time we checked was getting out of the restaurant biz and might need a competitor or two. Most certainly, as Rupert goes about his buying spree and seeding of questionable ethics around the world, we will be forced to wonder if he and his journalists have learned a lesson. Yet, we learned something for sure, something a little more frightening — that no matter what Rupert does, nobody is willing to stand in his way. In the case of the BBC, this is a good thing. But as we look around at the ever-shrinking networks and the flatlining of the newspaper industry in our own country, it leads us to our final, 9.6 billion question. So, then, who? ESPN? Really?

VOLUME 2 ✦ ISSUE NUMBER 1

Editor-in-Chief Ryan Slabaugh Advertising Director Gunilla Asher Subscriptions Dottie Wolcott Design Afton Groepper Arts Editor Stewart Oksenhorn Production Manager Evan Gibbard Contributing Editors Mary Eshbaugh Hayes Gunilla Asher Kelly Hayes Jill Beathard Jeanne McGovern John Colson Contributing Writers Paul Andersen Hilary Stunda Amanda Charles Michael Appelbaum Warren Miller Contributing Partners High Country News Aspen Historical Society The Ute Mountaineer Explore Booksellers www.aspentimes.com Sales Ashton Hewitt Jeff Hoffman David Laughren Su Lum Louise Walker Classified Advertising (970) 925-9937


BRIAN HAZEN PRESENTS...

AÄÎÌÄ«k˜ÌΜÌ:kÄÎÌÄ«k˜ÌrÌ.kcÌ Î˜°ÌŠ˜Ì kÎâl̘ EASTWOOD … OVERLOOKING NORTH STAR PRESERVE •  Beds /  Baths • Rare Private Location overlooking North Star Preserve • Recently Remodeled with Granite counters and Cherry Cabinetry • Wooded Site on Almost / Acre • Stunning Views from Independence Pass to Aspen Mountain

,, NEW PRICE - ,,

CHARMING 4 BEDROOM TOWNHOME…IN ASPEN’S HISTORIC WEST END • Desirable West End location • South-facing views of Aspen & Shadow Mountains • Attractive interior décor with custom cabinetry, marble and granite finishes • Fenced Backyard with outdoor Hot Tub • Mature landscaping offering Aspen, Cottonwood & Spruce trees for maximum privacy

,, NEW PRICE - ,,

RED MOUNTAIN… ON THE RIDGE •  bed/. bath • , square feet • Inviting entertaining spaces include vaulted Great Room and Gourmet Kitchen • Spacious Master Suite • Stunning views over Aspen from Independence Pass to Mt. Sopris • Dramatic Wrap-around deck

,, NEW PRICE - ,,

THE RESIDENCES… ON BONITA DRIVE •  beds/ baths &  Powder Rooms (Each) • , & , sq ft (Unit /Unit) • Top floor Great Room overlooking Aspen Golf Course with stunning straight-on views of Pyramid Peak, Highlands, and Buttermilk • Located in a great family neighborhood on Bonita Drive

,, NEW PRICE - ,, each

Brian Hazen, CRS vice president/broker associate 970.379.1270 cell 970.920.7395 direct bhazen@rof.net www.brianhazen.com FB/Brian-Hazen-Presents

TW/@BrianHazenAspen

Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Real Estate www.masonmorse.com LN/Brian Hazen

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

7


THE WEEKLY CONVERSATION

VOX POP Do you plan on going to watch the women’s World Cup races? JENNA JAROSLOW CHESHIRE, CONN.

I wish I could, but I can’t afford to take the time off.

NOELLE GUNN S I LV E R C I T Y , N . M .

Absolutely not.

IAN MELOY ASPEN

Possibly, but I can see them from my deck.

8

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

by JOHN COLSON

Hemp — at long last, freed from outlaw status? HAS THE SMOKE cleared yet? Have we at last made it plain to all and sundry that industrial hemp could hold an answer to a number of vexing problems? Well, no. But laws endeavoring to achieve that air-cleansing goal are in the pipeline in several states, including Colorado, and, remarkably enough, in the U.S. Congress. I’m not referring to marijuana, medicinal or otherwise, but to another variant of the same plant species — hemp, which looks like marijuana but is not. Hemp, you may or may not realize, does not get one stoned. Smoke it, and what you get is a sore throat and a bad cough, but you sure as hell don’t get high. I know, because I tried it once in my wild and reckless youth. I was with some friends in a pickup truck driving from our homes in suburban Maryland, outside of Washington, D.C., to the fertile low farmlands of West Virginia. One of our number had been this way before, on a visit to see some other friends, and had discovered a vast, riverside field of hemp. The crop was left over from the days when it was a legal, industrial produce, back in the 1930s or earlier, before it was outlawed in a paroxysm of stupidity and shortsighted political gamesmanship by a few venal politicians. Chief among those was Harry Anslinger, a one-time railroad cop and agent of the federal government during Prohibition. A racist who saw marijuana prohibition as his ticket to fame and fortune, he almost single-handedly brought about the demonization of marijuana and hemp, by raising a scare among white Americans that black men were smoking pot and lusting after white women. Anyway, we drove out and harvested a bunch of this volunteer weed in the hope that it contained enough THC, the active psychotropic substance that gives pot its kick, to keep us happy and hungry for a while. We were young, dumb and just bold enough to try, and the only thing we lost was a few tanks full of gas and a day in the West By-God woods. The relevance here, though, is that hemp is a marvelous source of industrial uses that have the petrochemical industry shaking in

its boots. If hemp were fully freed of its chains and outdated status as an outlaw plant, there is a lot of good it could do for this country and the world. It can be used to make sturdy, comfortable clothes, that much we already know, even though we have to import the raw materials from the other side of the world thanks to our backward-thinking drug enforcement community. Its oils can be used as industrial lubricants that some say have longerlasting utility than oil-based lubricants. Hemp seeds and hemp oil also are highly nutritious foods, and a source of beneficial fiber, minerals and protein. According to the website, Informationdistillery.com, “Hemp is the only plant that contains all of the essential fatty acids and amino acids required by the human body.” It’s better for us than fish because it doesn’t contain all the pollutants we’ve dumped into the seas and lakes of the world. Hemp also makes better paper than wood pulp, and as an easily grown, hardy, drought resistant alternative would be a huge boon to the conservation of our dwindling forests. It can even be used to make biofuels, far better than corn and other current sources of these fuels. And now, thanks to Colorado voters’ passage of Amendment 64, Colorado’s farmers will be able to switch from less lucrative crops to hemp, which will become a new industrial staple for the state. The new law specifically states that hemp should be treated as a separate thing from marijuana. As we saw with medical marijuana, the Colorado legislature will do all it can to thwart the will of the voters in terms of allowing of 21 years of age or more to smoke pot as an alternative to alcohol or traditional pharmaceutical medicines. But it may be that hemp will finally be freed for use as what it is — a beneficial, easily grown plant that could contribute to our national independence from petroleum. And soon, with any luck, we’ll all be able to buy hemp clothing that states proudly on its label, “Made in Colorado.”

HIT&RUN

jcolson@aspentimes.com

VOX POP COMPILED BY MAX VADNAIS


Take your time. Breathe in the mountain air. Reconnect with friends and family.

REMEMBER TO LIVE

TM

Discover the exclusive privileges of whole ownership at the only ultra modern, highly amenitized, ski-in/ski-out resort in Aspen Snowmass. Built to Related’s standards of excellence and offering The Viceroy Hotel Group’s unsurpassed level of service, Viceroy Snowmass is the #1 rated resort in Aspen Snowmass. (Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards 2012) STUDIO – FOUR BEDROOM WHOLE OWNERSHIP RESIDENCES FOR SALE. PRICES ON REQUEST. 130 Wood Road, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 | 855 923 4500 | viceroysnowmasssales.com

THE RESIDENCES AT THE VICEROY SNOWMASS ARE NOT BEING SOLD BY VICEROY HOTELS, LLC, THE VICEROY HOTEL GROUP AND/OR ANY OF THEIR AFFILIATES (“VICEROY”). DEVELOPER’S USE OF THE VICEROY AND REMEMBER TO LIVE MARKS IN CONNECTION WITH THE DEVELOPMENT, OPERATION, MARKETING AND SALE OF THE PROJECT IS PURSUANT TO A PRIVATE AGREEMENT WITH VICEROY, WHICH MAY EXPIRE OR TERMINATE WITHOUT BEING RENEWED. THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS NOT AN OFFERING. IT IS A SOLICITATION OF INTEREST IN THE ADVERTISED PROPERTY. NO OFFERS TO PURCHASE WILL BE ACCEPTED FROM ANY PERSON WHO RESIDES IN A STATE WHERE THE OFFERING HAS NOT BEEN REGISTERED OR IS NOT EXEMPT FROM APPLICABLE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS. THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH COOPERATIVE POLICY STATEMENT NO.1, ISSUED BY THE NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF LAW. FILE NO. CP12-0049. DEVELOPER IS SNOWMASS ACQUISITION COMPANY LLC, C/O THE RELATED COMPANIES L.P. 60 COLUMBUS CIRCLE, NY, NY 10023.

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

9


THE WEEKLY CONVERSATION

SEEN, HEARD & DONE

edited by RYAN SLABAUGH

CHEERS&JEERS

FIVE THINGS TOP 5 REASONS CRITICS SAY WOMEN’S WORLD CUP SKIING IS NOT TV-FRIENDLY

O5 O4 Without snow, we have human slalom gates. Please let it snow.

CHEERS | To all that we are thankful for: our readers, advertisers and the good folks who write for us every week. To everyone, have a happy holiday season.

JEERS | To the continued volatility in our markets. While summer lodging numbers grew considerably over 2012, the winter bookings are down as tourists (and locals for that matter) wait for it to snow. Mother Nature could have started off a little bit kinder this year.

CHEERS | To all the racers here for Aspen

Winternational. We will root on everyone, and especially the U.S. Team. We hope Lindsey Vonn is healthy enough to go, too. We missed her last year, and we don’t take our shot to watch the greatest women’s skier in history for granted.

JEERS | To the secrecy behind the Basalt Town Council’s investigation of Police Chief Roderick O’Connor. Police are given the license to kill because we give them our absolute trust, and when our law enforcement defies that trust, the public deserves to know. It’s as simple as that.

BUZZ WORTHY ASPEN

RFTA TRADES PUNCHES FOR SWIPES

As the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority moves toward the debut of its VelociRFTA service, the agency’s punch pass has become a dinosaur. Its extinction is imminent. RFTA has launched a new system featuring “value-loaded” bus cards and 30-day zone-pass cards that speed up the process of handling fare payment as passengers board a bus. The new technology does not involve holding a punch pass up to the light to see if any unpunched spots remain, wallets crammed with passes that have just one unused punch left, hanging chads

or frustrated bus drivers wielding recalcitrant hole punches. “We’re glad to see them go,” said RFTA CEO Dan Blankenship. — Janet Urquhart

ASPEN THE MOST EXPENSIVE WINTER RESORT TO BUILD LUXURY HOME

Big surprise: A new report shows that Aspen is the most expensive place in North America — among winter resort destinations — in which to build a luxury home. New York-based Pollack+Partners Inc., a designer and builder of high-end residences, conducted the study. Based on an analysis of seven resort communities, Aspen was

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

Unaware that racers wear Spandex in freezing cold

O3

As the Beatles proved, nothing cool in Europe can be cool in the U.S.

O2

Not enough sand, volleyball nets on course

O1

They are idiots

POST US YOUR TOP FIVE THINGS rslabaugh@aspentimes.com

STAY IN THE KNOW — CATCH UP ON RECENT NEWS & LOCAL EVENTS rated the most expensive in terms of construction costs per square foot and overall project costs per square foot, at 950 and 1,235, respectively. Whistler, British Columbia, came in on the low end at 550 per square foot for construction and 715 in overall costs. Ranking second through sixth in the survey were Big Sky, Mont.; Telluride; Jackson Hole, Wyo.; Vail; and Park City, Utah.

WHOLE FOODS SENDS BASALT SALES SOARING

Sales tax revenues soared almost 17 percent in September compared with the same month the prior year, thanks in large part to the opening

“I FEEL OBLIGATED TO SUPPORT THIS LEGISLATION.” 10

With 53 World Cup wins, Lindsey Vonn not accomplished enough

of Whole Foods Market. September was the first full month that Whole Foods Market Roaring Fork was open. Revenues in the retail food category, which includes all grocery stores, jumped 37 percent for the month compared with last year, according to a sales tax report by Basalt Finance Officer Judi Tippetts. Retail food outlets — including Whole Foods, City Market and Clark’s Market — collected 158,121 in sales taxes in September. That dwarfed collections for September going back to pre-recession days. In September 2008, sales tax revenues from retail food outlets was 117,104. Overall, sales tax revenues for September were 345,782 compared with 296,130 in 2011. — Scott Condon

— COLO. REP. MIKE COFFMAN, A REPUBLICAN, ON VOTERS LEGALIZING MARIJUANA

PHOTO BY AP


THE WEEKLY CONVERSATION

GUEST OPINION COLUMN

by ROBERT LEO HEILMAN of WRITERS ON THE RANGE

Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hear it for The Rat THE ARBOR DAY Foundation sent me a Tree Survey a few months ago. At least it called itself a survey, but it turned out to be more of a pitch for donations in the form of a questionnaire. Still, I decided to ďŹ nish reading the thing before I tossed it in the wood burner with the other junk mail. Living as I do in a southern Oregon forest, I found questions like, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Are trees important to you?â&#x20AC;? amusing. Reading along, I came to a question that gave me pause: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Have you ever planted a tree?â&#x20AC;? I thought ďŹ rst of the 150,000 trees that I planted while reforesting clear-cuts in the Cascades and Coast Range, about enough to cover 300 acres of mountain slopes. That sounds like more than what it was, though. I have friends who were serious tree planters. My pal Darlene told me that she must have planted about a halfmillion of the little things during her winters on the slopes. And there are

three of my ex-tree planter buddies â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Johnny Escovido, Bruce Gordon and Les Moore â&#x20AC;&#x201D;who slammed over 1 million trees in the ground apiece. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure there are others among my acquaintances who have surpassed that impressive number, though most tree planters donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t talk about how many trees theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve planted. They talk about their chronically sore backs. One million trees sounds like a much bigger deal than it is. It only takes about 40 seconds to plant a seedling conifer eight feet away from the last one you planted. Reforestation crews generally plant about 500 seedlings to the acre, so a million trees would only replant about 2,000 acres of logged-oďŹ&#x20AC; land, about enough to, someday, provide habitat for a single nesting pair of northern spotted owls. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve worked on corporate clear-cuts here in Oregon that were that big, while up north in British Columbia there are cuts that are measured in square miles rather than acres.

A few weeks later, I ran across Lester â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Ratâ&#x20AC;? Moore, and I got to wondering about when and where he planted his one-millionth tree. The Rat isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t exactly the sort of guy youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d see in a TV commercial. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not the square-jawed handsome woodsman type the corporations like to promote, nor the caring sort who could serve as a poster child for an Arbor Day celebration. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a small, wiry, snaggly-toothed guy who chews tobacco and drinks whiskey straight from the bottle. If you saw him on a city street, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d probably try your best to walk past him without making eye contact. But when it comes to tree planting, he was the genuine article, good for a steady 1,000 trees every day, ďŹ ve days per week, 20 to 30 weeks a year for 20-something years. That one-millionth tree of The Ratâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s career might have been planted in Oregon or Washington, Montana, Idaho, British Columbia, Alaska, Arizona or Colorado. I doubt he

remembers it. It was probably a lot like the 20,000 others he planted that month, and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure that nobody handed him a golden shovel or took his picture for the occasion. Nobody gives out awards for stoop labor, which is really a shame. It is difficult work, demanding both physically and mentally. I have seen many a fine physical specimen give up the attempt to plant trees after a day or two because they lacked the necessary gumption (or the desperation, which is just as useful) to see it through to payday. It seems that the people who actually bend down and touch the earth in order to do the work of healing the world are always the least honored of all. Robert Leo Heilman is a contributor to Writers on the Range, a service of High Country News (hcn. org). He lives in Myrtle Creek, Ore., and he is the author of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Overstory: Zero, Real Life in Timber Countryâ&#x20AC;?.

&IWX3J½GI7TEGIMR%WTIRŠ2S[%ZEMPEFPI

4VSJIWWMSREP3J½GIW

)\IGYXMZI3J½GIW

100 East Main Street

730 East Durant Avenue

-J]SY´VIPSSOMRKJSVžI\MFPISJ½GIWTEGIJSVQIHMGEPPIKEPSVSXLIV TVSJIWWMSREPYWI[MXLKVIEXZMWMFMPMX]SR1EMR7XVIIXTEVOMRKERHKSSHZMI[W SJ%WTIR1SYRXEMRXLMW[SYPHFIEKVIEXSJ½GIWTEGIJSV]SYV½VQ 'YVVIRXP]GSR½KYVIHJSVQIHMGEPYWIXLMW3,717 SF spaceLEW[MRHS[W SREPPJSYVWMHIW[MXLEREHHMXMSREP7*PS[IVPIZIPWXSVEKI EVIE8LIWTEGIMWFIMRKSJJIVIHJSVPIEWIERHFOR SALE

-J]SY´VIPSSOMRKJSVXLI½RIWX%SJ½GIWTEGIMRXLIFIWXPSGEXMSR[MXL KVIEXZMI[WSJ%WTIR1SYRXEMRXLMW 3,169 SF spaceMWJSV]SY 0SGEXIHNYWXFPSGOWJVSQXLI+SRHSPEXLMWWTEGILEWELMKLPIZIP I\IGYXMZISJ½GI½RMWLPEVKITVMZEXISJ½GIWGSRJIVIRGIVSSQFIEYXMJYP SYXWMHIHIGOWTVMZEXIVIWXVSSQWOMXGLIRWXSVEKIERHWIZIVEP TEVOMRKWTEGIW

100EastMainAspen.com

estOceinAspen.com 'SRXEGX William Small, JD, CCIM 970-429-2419 Bill@friasproperties.com

THINKSTOCK PHOTO

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

11


LEGENDS & LEGACIES

CLASSIC ASPEN

by TIM WILLOUGHBY

Early Colorado land purchases from the federal government, such as the one certified here, often ended in courtroom challenges.

WHO OWNS MY LAND? after wading through title company reports when you buy property, your daze of doubt may be dispelled by gratitude that someone else scrutinized a century of legal records. It was not so simple in early Aspen.

GETTING CLEAR title to land during the19th century was a process that frustrated Aspen’s settlers when they purchased private land from the federal government. Pioneers filed three kinds of land claims: mining, town site property and homestead acreage (including land granted to Civil War veterans known as soldiers script). Transactions were recorded at county seats — for Aspen, that was in Gunnison County; however, when Pitkin County was created, records were split, and sometimes information was lost. In addition, disagreements over title arose because people filed overlapping claims, even for town site land. One of the initial struggles involved the town site that became the City of Aspen. Two competing town sites claimed portions of the valley, the more dominant by B. Clark Wheeler and his Aspen Town and Land Company, as surveyed in 1881. Because of the conflicting claims, many settlers felt reluctant to purchase lots, fearing they would have

12

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

to pay twice for the same property. To make matters worse, any disputed land was held in trust while legal battles kept the courts busy. That fear drove many to Ashcroft, which enjoyed its first boom at Aspen’s expense. The issue was resolved in 1885 when Aspen Land Company prevailed in court and the town site was patented as a city, the deed signed by President Chester Arthur. Another ownership conflict arose

everything without accounting for the magnetic declination, the difference between the true North Pole and the magnetic north pole. When draftsmen plotted the land for government records, they applied the 15-degree variation, with the result that the claim markers Wheeler set on the ground did not match official mapping. The Hallam Land Company filed for land adjoining the Aspen town site. Known as the Hallam Addition,

TWO COMPETING TOWN SITES CLAIMED PORTIONS OF THE VALLEY, THE MORE DOMINANT BY B. CLARK WHEELER AND HIS ASPEN TOWN AND LAND COMPANY, AS SURVEYED IN 1881. out of an error made by Wheeler, who hired himself out as a mining consultant. One of his sidelines was surveying claims. When he surveyed the Aspen town site, he mapped

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

it encompassed the northwest area of town. In 1890 a dispute arose over the boundary between the two properties. Government surveyors who were dispatched to settle the

dispute agreed that the physical markers Wheeler had set should determine the official boundaries, despite his errors regarding magnetic declination. The east end of Aspen endured its own land dispute, a complication of soldiers script that involved the 13 acres known as the Hughes’ Addition. Civil War veterans were granted the right to 160 acres of homestead land. Unfortunately, unscrupulous attorneys found ways of bilking unsuspecting veterans of that script by giving them small amounts of cash in trade for the privilege of filing claims under the soldiers’ names. In this case General Clements, a shrewd soldier, discovered in 1899 that a triangle of land in the east end had not been claimed — that is, three adjacent pieces of land had been filed that did not include the 13 acres. The owner of one of the pieces, a mining claim, had disputed the filing and the city of Aspen acknowledged him as the legitimate owner. When Clements filed for a soldiers script homestead for the piece of land, he was seen as disreputable for attempting to claim land that had already been sold and built on. His case did not prevail. Many Aspen land parcels have a storied past. Their original owners spent time in courtrooms, followed technical testimony and worried about whether the home they built was on the land they owned — the challenges of being a pre-GPS pioneer. 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.

PHOTO COURTESY WILLOUGHBY COLLECTION


LEGENDS & LEGACIES

FROM the VAULT

compiled by THE ASPEN HISTORICAL SOCIETY

HISTOR IC R ACING

1968 WOR L D C U P

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE ASPEN HISTORICAL SOCIETY

THE FIRST WORLD CUP event to be hosted by Aspen was in 1968, and the excitement around the races was evident on the front page of The Aspen Times on March 14, 1968. “Aspen is playing host this week to the most distinguished ski racers in its history, except for the 1950 FIS World Championships here,” proclaimed the paper. “By Tuesday, 122 competitors had registered with the sponsoring Aspen Ski Club for the 22nd annual running of the Roch Cup Championships, a World Cup point meet this year.” Competitors included Jean-Claude Killy, Karl Schranz, Bill Kidd, Jim Heuga, Spider Sabich, Herbert Huber, Alfred Matt and many more top racers of the time.

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

13


FROM ASPEN, WITH LOVE

GEAR of the WEEK

edited by RYAN SLABAUGH

NEED TO KNOW

187

.95

• Sizes 7-12, 13 • TPU stabilizer • Rubber outsole with 15 carbide tip studs

ICEBUG ATTLA SHOES Ever take a hike (no, really) this time of year when the mud and dirty snow keeps you off balance and wish you had on some cleats? If you’re nodding your head, then we have an idea: try the IceBug Attla Shoes. Not only do they include carbide studs in the soles, they are made of solid, bomber materials that keep the whole shoe waterproof and your feet protected. — Ute Mountaineer Staff

Wine and Dine for Life presented by Pacifica Restaurant and Oyster Bar. Culinary creations prepared by Chef Barclay Dodge and wine donations provided by Turley, Failla and 32 Winds Wineries

14

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

PHOTO COURTESY ICEBUG


Look for the FIRST ANNUAL of

WINTER 2013

WINTER 2013

TIMES A FREE PUBLICATION OF THE ASPEN

OF THE ASPEN TIME A FREE PUBLICATION

brought to you by WINTER 2013

A FREE PUB

LICATION

OF THE AS

PEN TIMES

S

13 WINTER 20

ASPEN SANTA FE BALLET

SEASON PRESENTING SPONSOR

Saturday, December 15 2pm & 7:30pm

Sunday, December 16 1pm & 5pm Aspen District Theatre

Share the magic! Aspen’s biggest and longest-running theatrical production! Groups of ten or more save up to 40% on selected performances and seating areas. For more information, call 970-925-7175.

Tickets start at $25.

970-920-5770

aspensantafeballet.com OFFICIAL SPONSORS X

OFFICIAL AIRLINE OF ASPEN SANTA FE BALLET PREFERRED HOTEL SPONSOR X

FOUNDATION SPONSORS X

OFFICIAL HEALTH CLUB AND SPA OF ASPEN SANTA FE BALLET

CORPORATE SPONSORS X

GOVERNMENT SPONSORS X

Les Dames d’Aspen, Ltd. MEDIA SPONSORS X

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

15


FROM ASPEN, WITH LOVE

GUNNER’S LIBATIONS

by GUNILLA ASHER

TEQUILA PUNCH I AM HOSTING Thanksgiving this year and I am going to have Tequila Punch as my featured drink. I love when someone has a stiff punch bowl drink

NEED TO KNOW

that is premade and ready to be served. (We all know, sometimes you need a little “kick” when you get your whole family in one room.) I have not tried it yet, but the recipe appeals to me and I think it will be a big hit. Happy Thanksgiving.

16 oz. chilled gold tequila 1/4 cup chilled cassis 1/4 cup lime juice from 2 limes 24 oz. chilled ginger beer 12 oz. chilled seltzer

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.”

16

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

Large ring of ice Blackberries for garnish

Stir the first five ingredients together in a 4-quart punch bowl; then add ice ring and garnish with berries.

PHOTO BY THINKSTOCK


WINEINK

WORDS to DRINK BY

by KELLY J. HAYES

MORE ON NEW YORK’S CITY WINERY NOT LONG AGO THE neighborhood around Varick and Spring streets in New York’s Greenwich Village was a fairly gritty place. Today it is a thriving part of the lower downtown scene and much of the credit for that that transformation must go to advent of City Winery and its’ founder Michael Dorf. A music impresario with a passion for wine, Dorf had a vision half a decade ago that KELLY J. HAYES culminated in a winery, restaurant and music venue that has helped transform a neighborhood. City Winery is many things to many people. “If you knew Michael, you’d know how he thinks and all this would all make sense,” says Stephanie Johnson, City Winery’s wine director.

“He’s the kind of guy who can come up with a bunch of ideas and keep them all at the front of his mind at the same time’. There are indeed a “bunch of ideas” at work in City Winery, a low-slung, single-story cabernet colored building hiding under an awning that fronts Varick Street for half a block. I came for the winery. That is, City Winery is first and foremost a place where people can come and use the facilities to make wine with grapes imported from all over the world. But the night I was there “The Yardbirds”, or a many times removed version of such, was headlining the main stage of the very attractive music venue. At the same time diners were perusing a world-class wine list in the upscale restaurant that sits between the music venue and the barrel room. And, in the fermentation room, or what is

actually the wine making part of City Winery, a group of young hipsters from a dotcom startup were enjoying a wine tasting event Like I said, a bunch of ideas. But they seem to work together. In fact, the concept has proved so successful that a second City Winery has just opened in Chicago on Randolph Street. I would recommend a stop for anyone who is interested in good wine and good music to either venue. At the heart of City Winery is the idea of bringing grapes to the people and giving them the tools to make their own wines. Since the people live in cities that is where Dorf thought it best to build his winery. This could be called a custom crush facility for the masses. The basics are that City Winery sells consumers “Barrel Ownership”. A client buys a “barrel” of wine continues on page 20

City Winery in New York’s Greenwich Village.

PHOTO COURTESY CITY WINERY

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

17


FROM ASPEN, WITH LOVE

FOOD MATTERS

PLUCK MY FEATHERS AND CALL ME TOMMY FOOD IS ALWAYS an important part of holiday celebrations, but perhaps never more so than the traditional American holiday of Thanksgiving. A time of bringing different sides together to find common ground over the essential need to ward off starvation — or these days, the impulse to stuff ourselves until we, too, look like a Butterball turkey, no longer able stand on our own two legs. Thanksgiving is kind of gluttonous, isn’t it? For a long time, I didn’t even really like AMIEE WHITE Thanksgiving. The food BEAZLEY was predictable, bland. That is until we shared a Thanksgiving meal last year with my favorite friendly chef, Richard Mullen, and his family. Named Aspen’s 2012 best home cook, this interior architect by day is no joke in the kitchen. Richard’s wasn’t just the best Thanksgiving meal I’ve ever had; it was one of the best darn meals of my life — period. I was converted to being a Thanksgiving lover. I think it was Richard’s chestnut stuffing that officially won me over, or maybe it was the perfect turkey with wine pairings from his personal collection. I’m just realizing that was the peak of my Thanksgiving experiences. Until I get another invitation to dine at Chez Mullen, all expectations are sure to fall short, or long, whatever the phrase is that means it’s all down from here. So this year, I’m taking the year off from cooking and baking Thanksgiving delicacies and hitting up Whole Foods’ bakery department now that Midland Baking Co. is closed (devastating!) and will do my best to pass off its hard work for my own. But don’t think I’m taking the easy way out altogether. Sometimes providing dessert, the closing act, on a big day like Thanksgiving can be tough, with so many diet restrictions and preferences out there. Wheat, dairy, nuts. Everyone’s avoiding something. Recently, I came across this line of gluten-free baked goods at Whole Foods that were exceptional.

18

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

Whole Foods in Basalt offers assorted gluten-free baked goods from Blossom Foods.

Blossom Foods has a line of 14 different gluten-free productions prepared out of its own bakery in West Valley, Utah, and makes all sorts of certain-gluten free, gourmet goodies. My personal gluten-free dessert of this company is the pumpkin cheesecake. You’d never know it was gluten free. The carrot cake is great, and even the biscuits made with rice flower would satisfy the urge to be buttered over the holidays. Blossom also has a glutenfree vegan chocolate cake, which my vegan friends rave about. That is next

on my list to try. Heck, Christmas dinner is right around the corner. Amiee White Beazley writes about dining, restaurants and food-related travel for the Aspen Times Weekly. She is the editor of local food magazine edibleASPEN and contributor to Aspen Peak and the travel website EverettPotter.com. Follow her on Twitter @awbeazley1, or email awb@awbeazley.com.

PHOTOS CONTRIBUTED


by AMIEE WHITE BEAZLEY

THANKSGIVING AT THE VICEROY What has to be the best deal in the valley on Thanksgiving, Eight K at the Viceroy in Snowmass Village’s fabulous executive chef, Will Nolan, is offering the following menu for only $39 for adults and $19 for kids younger than 12: FIRST COURSE (CHOICE OF) ROASTED BEET SALAD: Candied walnuts, local chevre, macerated sultanas, frisee, walnut vinaigrette FALL SQUASH BISQUE: Chestnut tortellini, roasted apple, spiced crème fraiche SECOND COURSE ROASTED ORGANIC TURKEY: Stuffed with Creole cornbread stuffing, slow-cooked greens and bacon, mashed sweet potato, rosemary gravy, cranberry compote THIRD COURSE PIE DUO: Bourbon pecan and crunchy pumpkin “At Eight K, we love the holiday season, and there’s nothing better than a celebratory feast around the table after a hard day of skiing,” Nolan said. “For Thanksgiving this year, I’ve given our roast turkey dinner a subtle Southern twist with my homemade Creole cornbread stuffing. It gives a little extra spice to the dinner and reminds me of family dinners back home in Louisiana.”

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

19


WINEINK

WORDS to DRINK BY

by KELLY J. HAYES

Check out City Winery’s blog to read about the winery’s recovery after Hurricane Sandy at www.citywineryblog.com.

and makes decisions on what kinds of wines they want to make. City Winery supplies the grapes, helps the client through the sorting, crush and maceration. They supply the oak barrels for the aging, guide them

Each fall harvest the winery buys an allotment of fruit from the premium grape growing regions in the country. Pinot Noir from the Hyland Vineyard in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, Cabernet Sauvignon from Larry Bettinelli in Yountville in Napa and Riesling from the Finger Lakes of New York. The grapes are flown in cold and delivered to the back door of the winery, just like they would be in their home region. Led by City Winery’s resident winemaker Frenchman David Lecomte, clients can feel the fruit as they hand sort the grapes if they wish. They are taught about the maceration

PINOT NOIR FROM THE HYLAND VINEYARD IN OREGON’S WILLAMETTE VALLEY, CABERNET SAUVIGNON FROM LARRY BETTINELLI IN YOUNTVILLE IN NAPA AND RIESLING FROM THE FINGER LAKES OF NEW YORK. THE GRAPES ARE FLOWN IN COLD AND DELIVERED TO THE BACK DOOR OF THE WINERY, JUST LIKE THEY WOULD BE IN THEIR HOME REGION. through blending decisions and provide bottles with custom labels. Soup to nuts or, rather, grapes to glass. First comes the selection of grapes.

20

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

and fermentation process and allowed to select, based on their investment, the specific kinds of oak that they wish to age their wines in. They can visit the winery and taste as their wines mature and can design labels for each of their 252 bottles or 21 cases that will result form the effort. The cost of the program is dependent upon the grapes, materials and customer involvement but range from about 5000 to 12,000 a barrel, or 20 to 45 a bottle. There is also a “Barrel Share program where one can play for 1800 and receive three cases of wine. But it should be noted that while one is getting wine for their investment, what they are really buying is an education and an experience. There are some clients who come to City Winery with a solid understanding of the process who simply want to avail themselves of the facilities and the chance to make

their wine vision a reality. But others are there, starting from scratch, just getting a feel for the alchemy that is the wine winemaking process. Either way those who become part of the City Winery scene have a chance to soak up the sounds of acts like John Hiatt, Joan Osborne and Allen Toussaint, sip world wines from Leeuwin Estate, Bodega Catena and JL Chave, and enjoy a crispy flatbread with it all. An ecletic mix to be sure. Perhaps my bartender, Jimmy D. summed it up best when he yelled at me over a lead guitar solo during the Yardbird’s classic Shapes of Things, “No winery rocks harder!” Well said. Kelly J. Hayes lives in the soonto-be-designated appellation of Old Snowmass with his wife, Linda, and a black Lab named Vino. He can be reached at malibukj@wineink.com.


Glamorous Starwood Estate

Estate Living on Maroon Creek

s 0REMIERLOTWITHBREATHTAKINGVIEWS FROMTHISACRE GATEDESTATE s "EAUTIFULLYREMODELEDFORMERHOMEOF 2UPERT-URDOCH s BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT s 3PACIOUSMASTERSUITEWITHADDITIONAL GUESTSUITESPLUSSTAFFQUARTERS s -AJESTICLIVINGROOMWITHSTONElREPLACE s /UTDOORENTERTAININGAREAS TENNIS COURT INDOORPOOL ANDCARGARAGE s *USTMINUTESTODOWNTOWN!SPEN

s %STATELIVINGONACRESWITH EXTENSIVE-AROON#REEKFRONTAGE s BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT s #OMPLETELYREMODELEDIN s %NJOYSIGHTSANDSOUNDSOF-AROON #REEK s /VER SQFTOFDECKSPACES s ,ESSTHANMINUTESFROM!SPEN (IGHLANDS     &URNISHED -ARK(ALDEMAN\

  4URN +EY&URNISHED #AROL$OPKIN\ New Listing

Premier Location in East Owl Creek %SSENCEOFPURE#OLORADO BEDROOMS FULL HALFBATHS  SQFT ACREPREMIERLOTWITHGREATVIEWS 0EACEFULRETREATJUSTMINUTESTO!SPEN   0ARTIALLY&URNISHED #AROL(OOD\

Two Creeks Home BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT %XCLUSIVESKI INSKI OUTIN4WO#REEKS %XPANSIVEDECKSPERFECTFORENTERTAINING -ATURELANDSCAPING TONSOFPRIVACY   &URNISHED ,ARRY*ONES\

The Highest Home in the Highlands

Private East Aspen Setting with Views

)STHELOWESTPRICEDHOMEINTHE(IGHLANDS 4RUESKI INSKI OUTCONVENIENCE &ILLEDWITHNATURALLIGHT PANORAMICVIEWS BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT    2OCHELLE"OUCHARD\

BEDROOMS  BATHS  SQFT ACRESACCESSEDBYPRIVATEBRIDGE 2OARING&ORK2IVERmOWSTHROUGHPROPERTY !CTIVITY%NVELOPEAPPROVED      0ENNEY%VANS#ARRUTH\

New Listing

Elegant West Aspen Estate BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT .EW lREPLACES %UROPEANKITCHEN &ORMALINFORMALLIVING OFlCE LIBRARY ACRES SWEEPINGVIEWS CARGARAGE      -YRA/"RIEN\ 0AT-ARQUIS\

A 22

Pines at Owl Creek BEDROOMS FULL HALFBATHS  SQFT #LASSICMOUNTAINSTYLELOGHOME ECLECTICINTERIOR 4OPOFTHELINECUSTOMlNISHESFURNISHINGS 3KI INSKI OUTTO4WO#REEKAT3NOWMASS     &URNISHED +ATIE'RANGE\ ,ARRY*ONES\

New Listing

Sensational Panorama from Starwood .OTJUSTANOTHERLARGEHOME 4HISONEIS30%#)!, BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT $RAMATICVISTASOFSKIMOUNTAINS   &URNISHED !NNE!DARE7OOD\

rtfully uniting extraordinary homes with extraordinary lives.

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

Рюд

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

Ski to Two Creeks Lift

Magni№гЂco Views

End of the Road Privacy

BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT THBEDROOMADDITIONAL&!2AVAILABLE /PENmOORPLAN VAULTEDCEILINGS 0ERFECTDECKFOROUTDOORENTERTAINING    #HARLEY0ODOLAK\ New Listing

Coveted Ridge of Red Mountain

7ELLPRICEDBEAUTIFULHOMEIN4HE0INES %NVELOPEDINSPECTACULARMOUNTAINVIEWS BEDROOMS FULL HALFBATHS  SQFT %XTENSIVELANDSCAPINGWITHWATERFALLHOTTUB    !NNE!DARE7OOD\

LUSHACRESABUTTINGOPENSPACE 0ANORAMICVIEWSOFWORLDCLASSSKIAREAS BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT "EAUTIFULLYFURNISHED IMPECCABLYMAINTAINED   &URNISHED ,ARRY*ONES\

-OUNTAINCONTEMPORARYWITHELEGANTINTERIOR BEDROOMS FULL HALFBATHS  SQFT 3PECTACULAR┬јMOUNTAINVIEWS -ATURELANDSCAPING EXPANSIVEPATIO HOTTUB    2AIlE"ASS\ 7ENDY7OGAN7ILLIAMS\

New Listing

Ski-In/Ski-Out on Adams Avenue 0ERFECTSKIACCESSONACRES BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT ,ARGEBACKYARDWITHSPACIOUSPATIOHOTTUB -OUNTAINVISTAVIEWS    -AUREEN3TAPLETON\

AspenSnowmassSIR.com Aspen | 970.925.6060 Snowmass | 970.923.2006 Basalt | 970.927.8080 Carbondale | 970.963.4536

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

23


Glamorous Starwood Estate s 0REMIERLOTWITHBREATHTAKINGVIEWS FROMTHISACRE GATEDESTATE s "EAUTIFULLYREMODELEDFORMERHOMEOF 2UPERT-URDOCH s BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT s 3PACIOUSMASTERSUITEWITHADDITIONAL GUESTSUITESPLUSSTAFFQUARTERS s -AJESTICLIVINGROOMWITHSTONElREPLACE s /UTDOORENTERTAININGAREAS TENNIS COURT INDOORPOOL ANDCARGARAGE s *USTMINUTESTODOWNTOWN!SPEN   4URN +EY&URNISHED #AROL$OPKIN\ New Listing

Premier Location in East Owl Creek %SSENCEOFPURE#OLORADO BEDROOMS FULL HALFBATHS  SQFT ACREPREMIERLOTWITHGREATVIEWS 0EACEFULRETREATJUSTMINUTESTO!SPEN   0ARTIALLY&URNISHED #AROL(OOD\

Two Creeks Home

The Highest Home in the Highlands

BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT %XCLUSIVESKI INSKI OUTIN4WO#REEKS %XPANSIVEDECKSPERFECTFORENTERTAINING -ATURELANDSCAPING TONSOFPRIVACY   &URNISHED ,ARRY*ONES\

)STHELOWESTPRICEDHOMEINTHE(IGHLANDS 4RUESKI INSKI OUTCONVENIENCE &ILLEDWITHNATURALLIGHT PANORAMICVIEWS BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT    2OCHELLE"OUCHARD\

New Listing

Elegant West Aspen Estate BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT .EW lREPLACES %UROPEANKITCHEN &ORMALINFORMALLIVING OFlCE LIBRARY ACRES SWEEPINGVIEWS CARGARAGE      -YRA/"RIEN\ 0AT-ARQUIS\

A 22

Pines at Owl Creek BEDROOMS FULL HALFBATHS  SQFT #LASSICMOUNTAINSTYLELOGHOME ECLECTICINTERIOR 4OPOFTHELINECUSTOMlNISHESFURNISHINGS 3KI INSKI OUTTO4WO#REEKAT3NOWMASS     &URNISHED +ATIE'RANGE\ ,ARRY*ONES\

Sensational Panorama from Starwood .OTJUSTANOTHERLARGEHOME 4HISONEIS30%#)!, BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT $RAMATICVISTASOFSKIMOUNTAINS   &URNISHED !NNE!DARE7OOD\

rtfully uniting extraordinary homes with extraordinary lives.

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

Рюд

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2


Estate Living on Maroon Creek s %STATELIVINGONACRESWITH EXTENSIVE-AROON#REEKFRONTAGE s BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT s #OMPLETELYREMODELEDIN s %NJOYSIGHTSANDSOUNDSOF-AROON #REEK s /VER SQFTOFDECKSPACES s ,ESSTHANMINUTESFROM!SPEN (IGHLANDS     &URNISHED -ARK(ALDEMAN\

Private East Aspen Setting with Views BEDROOMS  BATHS  SQFT ACRESACCESSEDBYPRIVATEBRIDGE 2OARING&ORK2IVERmOWSTHROUGHPROPERTY !CTIVITY%NVELOPEAPPROVED      0ENNEY%VANS#ARRUTH\ New Listing

Ski to Two Creeks Lift

MagniямБco Views

End of the Road Privacy

BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT THBEDROOMADDITIONAL&!2AVAILABLE /PENmOORPLAN VAULTEDCEILINGS 0ERFECTDECKFOROUTDOORENTERTAINING    #HARLEY0ODOLAK\ New Listing

Coveted Ridge of Red Mountain

7ELLPRICEDBEAUTIFULHOMEIN4HE0INES %NVELOPEDINSPECTACULARMOUNTAINVIEWS BEDROOMS FULL HALFBATHS  SQFT %XTENSIVELANDSCAPINGWITHWATERFALLHOTTUB    !NNE!DARE7OOD\

LUSHACRESABUTTINGOPENSPACE 0ANORAMICVIEWSOFWORLDCLASSSKIAREAS BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT "EAUTIFULLYFURNISHED IMPECCABLYMAINTAINED   &URNISHED ,ARRY*ONES\

-OUNTAINCONTEMPORARYWITHELEGANTINTERIOR BEDROOMS FULL HALFBATHS  SQFT 3PECTACULAR┬ОMOUNTAINVIEWS -ATURELANDSCAPING EXPANSIVEPATIO HOTTUB    2AIlE"ASS\ 7ENDY7OGAN7ILLIAMS\

New Listing

Ski-In/Ski-Out on Adams Avenue 0ERFECTSKIACCESSONACRES BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT ,ARGEBACKYARDWITHSPACIOUSPATIOHOTTUB -OUNTAINVISTAVIEWS    -AUREEN3TAPLETON\

AspenSnowmassSIR.com Aspen | 970.925.6060 Snowmass | 970.923.2006 Basalt | 970.927.8080 Carbondale | 970.963.4536

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

23


WHEN THERE’S A SEASON, TURN, TURN, TURN WORLD CUP SKIING ENTERS ASPEN’S GATES JUST AS WINTER GETS STARTED by AMANDA CHARLES

24

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

PHOTO BY SAMO VIDIC/RED BULL PHOTOFILES


LEFT: Squaw Valley’s Julia Mancuso competes at the 2012 World Championships. ABOVE: Julia Mancuso trains giant slalom on the women’s World Cup slope in Aspen. OPPOSITE PAGE Lindsey Vonn

many of this week’s racers at Aspen Winternational aren’t very far from home — but that won’t necessarily make it easier. ¶ Having worked with U.S. Ski Team competitors Lindsey Vonn, Julia Mancuso, Resi Steigler, Megan McJames and others when they were junior racers attending development projects, alpine director Greg Needell, of Aspen Valley Ski Club, is following this year’s World Cup with a close eye. “ASPEN AS A HOST city is great,” he said, “but the race hill itself is about as difficult a giant slalom and slalom hill as the girls see all year.” A tough course, Needell recalled, coupled with an early-season race that already has proven to have less snow depth than last year at this time, could ultimately show more of the natural terrain and make the hill the most challenging it could be. But regardless of how weather conditions will hold up for race weekend, Needell warrants a close and exciting race, as he says the girls tend to feel more comfortable here than other host cities. But which athletes can we expect to see on the podium? Let’s start with one of our Colorado favorites, the girl who’s been tagged an alpine-skiing poster girl, Vail’s Vonn. Her start to the season ended when she was forced out of the opening giant slalom in Soelden, Austria, after striking a pole halfway down the second leg in foggy conditions. With an improved second run, Vonn

COURTESY USSA AND JEREMY SWANSON

skipped the next slalom in Levi, Finland, a decision her ski technician Heinz Haemmerle says was planned in order to allow more training for the Aspen races. Vonn has not trained since Oct. 27 and has since been in and out of the hospital for severe intestinal pain, most recently in Vail on Nov. 14. After she claimed to have “hurting bones and pain all over her body,” the results of her diagnostic testing remain unknown, and according to her publicist Lewis Kay, it is still unclear when she will be able to return to the mountain. Moreover, her teammates and fans have high hopes for a strong comeback, especially with four World Cup titles under her belt. And according to Needell, this resting period will allow her to adapt to her skis, positioning her for a good chance on the podium both here and at her strongest stop on the circuit, Lake Louise, Alberta. On the other hand, fierce rivalries continue to nip at Vonn’s heels.

Making a fast-track through the ranks and turning the heads of the World Cup elite as the next alpineskiing superstar, at only 17 years of age, Mikaela Shriffin, of Vail, has been voted World Cup rookie of the year by peers as she clinched eighth in her first slalom of the season in Aspen and took third on a slalom podium just after Christmas. Ending the season at 17th in the world, Shiffrin already has proven to be a top competitor this time around, securing third in the slalom in Levi and paving the way for celebrity status close to home here in Aspen. And while we’re on the topic of upand-coming athletes, we might as well upset the lineup with the team that sits closest to the hearts of AVSC, the so-called “mean girls” who ravenously carry on through the worst of storms to break down the popularity barriers of ski-racing culture. With the direction and support of AVSC, the girls of Independent Ski Racing not only are partial to the tough terrain of Ajax but have one of the best, most experienced World Cup coaches on the planet, Heli Krug, to see their success through. After being cut from the U.S. Ski Team last spring for lack of financial funding, McJames, ranked among the best 100 women GS racers in the world, and Hailey Duke, ranked 69th best worldwide in slalom, have since formed their own selffundraised team to compete on the international level.

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

25


Lindsey Vonn

As the greatest female ski racer in U.S. history, Lindsey Vonn races in Aspen during last year’s slalom.

“Our team was formed out of the desire to support competitive ski racing by having the resources to go up against the best skiers in the world,” McJames said. “After earning a World Cup spot by winning the overall Nor-Am GS title last year, I believe my best turns are still to be made and am happy this opportunity presented itself.” Other teammates who have collaborated in fundraising efforts include University of Colorado standout Katie Hartman and junior racer Lena Andrews. “We will do everything in our power to help them be well prepared for the races here,” Needell said, “but Mother Nature has more to say about that than any other influence.” Agreeably, in the days leading up to race weekend, many factors remain unknown when it comes to who will claim a seat on the podium. With FIS’ rule change on skis this year, making them longer with a longer turning radius, the girls who will be on top, Needell said, will be those who can adapt to the change and control every variable.

26

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

So who exactly will trump the known speeds and turns of girls such as Tina Maze, Maria Riesch, Viki Rebensburg, Marlies Schild and Michaela Kirchgasser and stand for the U.S. at this year’s Winternational? Will it be Mancuso, who has an excellent record here, Vonn, who is well rested and ready to execute, Shiffrin, the young and brave rookie, or the Independent racers who had a strong prep period skiing in Mount Hood and Europe? Your guess is as good as mine. See you all on race day. ABOUT THE RACES First, some history. In 1968, a firstof-its-kind race drew the largest on-course gallery of spectators in Aspen history, estimated at 3,000. In 1988, Aspen Mountain saw the first women’s-only race on its snow. In 2000, the season’s first women’s speed event brought more than 100 women representing 24 countries to compete in super G and slalom races, while more than 4,000 people gathered over Thanksgiving

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

weekend to spectate. For more than 40 years, Aspen has developed a love affair with a competition that has long been considered more valuable than the Olympics or the biennial World Championships, a race that has mercilessly carried on through the snow, ice and wind, affording little compassion to the faint of heart.

challenging courses in the World Cup circuit. New to the itinerary this year, the weekend’s affair will kick off Nov. 23 with the Audi Ski Challenge, a parallel giant slalom race on the Nastar Course at Aspen Mountain from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Participation is free and open to the public, and the top two finishers will be

FIRST, SOME HISTORY. IN 1968, A FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND RACE DREW THE LARGEST ON-COURSE GALLERY OF SPECTATORS IN ASPEN HISTORY, ESTIMATED AT 3,000. Now, arguably one of the finest ways to kick off yet another optimistic ski season, on Nov. 24 and 25, the Audi FIS Women’s World Cup, the only event of its kind in the United States, will once again make its return for the Nature Valley Aspen Winternational, featuring the fastest women skiers to compete in what has historically been deemed one of the most technical and

awarded a free trip to attend the U.S. Alpine National Championships in Squaw Valley. World Cup waxroom tours will be held at the Mountain Chalet from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., followed by the U.S. Ski Team autograph signing, kickoff and bib draw at the Limelight Hotel until 7:30 p.m. The first run of the women’s giant

PHOTOS BY SAMO VIDIC/RED BULL PHOTOFILES AND ERICH SPIESS/RED BULL CONTENT POOL


WORLD CUP SCHEDULE - SUBJECT TO CHANGE -

FRIDAY, NOV. 23 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M. Sponsor Village Open at the Gondola Plaza. 11 A.M. TO 2 P.M. Audi Ski Challenge. Parallel GS race on the Nastar Course at Aspen Mountain. Free and open to the public. Natural snow conditions permitting. Preregister at www.usskiteam.com/events/all/alpine or on race day at the Gondola Plaza. 4:30 TO 5:30 P.M. Public Wax Room tours at the Mountain Chalet parking garage. 5:30 TO 7:30 P.M. World Cup Kickoff Party at the Limelight Hotel. Free and open to the public. Featuring U.S. Ski Team autograph signing from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and public bib draw from 6:45 to 7 p.m.

Mikaela Shiffrin competes in the women’s giant slalom in Lienz, Austria.

SATURDAY, NOV. 24 8 A.M. TO 3 P.M. Free public shuttles run every 20 minutes from Rubey Park to the St. Regis to the bottom of Aspen Street to the venue. 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M. Sponsor Village Open at the Gondola Plaza. 10:15 A.M. RACE START: Women’s giant slalom Run 1 — Strawpile. 11:45 A.M. Taste of Winternational featuring complimentary food tastings and beverages from Aspen Skiing Co. restaurants at the finish. area. Resi Stiegler and Mikaela Shiffrin visit middle school students in Aspen/Snowmass prior to the Nature Valley Aspen Winternational in 2011.

11:45 A.M. Live music, prizes and kids race at the finish area. 1:15 P.M. RACE START: Women’s giant slalom final — Strawpile.

slalom will commence Nov. 24 at 10:15 a.m. on Aspen Mountain, followed by the final GS race at 1:15 p.m. The remainder of the day will offer an array of free entertainment for the public, including complimentary food tastings and beverages, prize giveaways, kids races, a Bud Light concert with Reverened Horton Heat and the GS awards ceremony. On Nov. 25, the women’s slalom race will start at 10 a.m., followed by more complimentary tastings, drinks and live music until the final slalom race at 1 p.m. A fairly new concept, Aspen Skiing Co.’s Jeff Hanle says the taste behind Aspen’s Winternational is to draw in the ski-town crowds who may not be familiar with ski racing. “For racing fans it’s always going to be fantastic,” he said, “but our goal was to gain the interests of others with an entire weekend dedicated to the culture of ski racing, offering new people an outlet to not only complimentary food and entertainment but to things they may have never seen before.” •

P H O T O B Y K E V I N P R I T C H A R D A N D D AV I D A M I R A U LT / A S P E N / S N O W M A S S

6:30 P.M. TO 8 P.M. Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series featuring Reverend Horton Heat at the Upper Gondola Plaza. 8 TO 8:15 P.M. Awards ceremony for giant slalom winners at the concert stage. 8:15 P.M. Fireworks Extravaganza at the Little Nell.

“FOR RACING FANS IT’S ALWAYS GOING TO BE FANTASTIC,”

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25 8 A.M. TO 3 P.M. Free public shuttles run every 20 minutes from Rubey Park to the St. Regis to the bottom of Aspen Street to the venue. 10 A.M. – 4 P.M. Sponsor Village Open at the Gondola Plaza. 10 A.M. RACE START: Women’s slalom Run 1 — Strawpile. 11:45 A.M. Taste of Winternational featuring complimentary food tastings and beverages from Aspen Skiing Co. restaurants at the finish area. 11:30 A.M. Live music, prizes and kids race at the finish area. 1 P.M. RACE START: Women’s slalom final — Strawpile.

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

27


ARTS&ENTERTAINMENT

MUSIC/ART/FILM/LITERATURE

SWEET STORY, SWEET SONGS

THE DOCUMENTARY ‘SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN’

Singer-songwriter Rodriguez is the subject of the documentary “Searching For Sugar Man,” showing Thursday and Friday, Nov. 22-23, at the Wheeler Opera House.

28

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

PHOTO BY HAL WILSON/COURTESY SONY PICTURES CLASSICS


by STEWART OKSENHORN

what’s the rock concert I most wish I could have witnessed in person? Springsteen at the Bottom Line in 1975, which would instantly transform Bruce into a star? One of those all-night, Allman Brothers/Grateful Dead marathons in February of 1970 at the Fillmore East? Dylan at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, when Bob went electric and changed everything? Or the 1993 Dylan who decided to play two nights at the 200-seat Supper Club in midtown Manhattan? I’VE GOT A NEW contender for the list: Rodriguez, 1998, first show of the South African tour. The arena was on fire with anticipation, the performer was phenomenally charismatic, the music was excellent, the event had that sense of history in the making. And you simply cannot top the backstory, of how a 55-yearold folksinger who had barely gotten outside his Detroit hometown came to headline a packed arena gig in South Africa, three-plus decades after recording his last album. The story is told in the “Searching for Sugar Man,” which shows Friday, Nov. 23, at the Wheeler Opera House. Malik Bendjelloul’s documentary, which opened the Sundance Film Festival in January, is an investigate report, a mystery, a biography, a fan’s gushing love letter, and in the end, probably rock ‘n’ roll’s ultimate could-have-been story. In terms of improbably fulfilling rock documentaries, it ranks alongside “Anvil: The Story of Anvil,” the 2008 film that everyone should see, even if they aren’t fans of semi-obscure, aging Canadian heavy metal bands. “Searching for Sugar Man” begins in 1997 as a fan’s journey. Stephen Segerman, owner of a Cape Town record store, and such an admirer of the early ‘70s American singer Sixto Rodriguez that he went by the nickname Sugar Man, after one of Rodriguez’s songs, tells of the musician’s sad but compelling end: In the middle of a concert years ago, Rodriguez had lit himself on fire and perished. But 1997 was when the digital revolution was beginning its rise, and information like what exactly happened to your favorite musician from a few decades ago was just

waiting to be unearthed with a few keyboard clicks. Segerman, along with journalist Craig BartholomewStrydom, launch their investigation and quickly find out what they probably already suspected: the lighting-himself-on-fire story was pure myth. Rodriguez was alive, working construction in Detroit, and retired from the music business. That a South African was so infatuated with Rodriguez, it turns out, was not so improbable. In the early ‘70s, Rodriguez recorded a pair of albums in Detroit for the Sussex label. Despite proper industry backing — “All the machinery was in place,” one music business executive says in “Searching for Sugar Man” — the albums failed to make a ripple. Exactly why remains a mystery; the film quickly floats the idea that Rodriguez’s songs may have been too radical, too anti-establishment. (It’s a solid theory: One of his best songs was titled “Anti-Establishment Blues.”) Whatever the reason, his career, outside of the recording of those two albums, never really even got started. But South Africa, politically volatile due to its official policy of apartheid, was ready to embrace the music of a dark-skinned singer of Mexican heritage whose lyrics represented the underclass struggle. As the story has it, an American girl brought a copy of Rodriguez’s debut album, “Cold Fact,” to South Africa and began making bootleg copies for friends. The music went viral; Rodriguez became well-known to the point that South Africans, even a music insider like Segerman, assumed that the singer was an international star. No such thing. After the two albums bombed in the U.S., unaware

of his popularity in South Africa, Rodriguez quietly built a different life for himself in working-class Detroit. As a construction worker, he impressed everyone around him with his work ethic. He raised three daughters, all of whom appear in the documentary and recall their father as a believer in education and culture

booked for a tour of South Africa and Australia. Great story — and for me it doesn’t matter for much without what happens next. The performances themselves, far from being an afterthought, are a revelation. Rodriguez’s music, a cousin of Dylan’s but more soul-oriented, delivered

“SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN”

Nov. 23 FRIDAY

AT 7:30

WHEELER OPERA HOUSE

who took his kids to libraries and museums. He remained active in the realm of ideas, continuing to speak (but not sing) about the plight of the poor, earning a degree in philosophy from Wayne State, even running for mayor of Detroit. Only in 1997, after being rediscovered by the South Africans, did Rodriguez even consider giving music another shot, and he was

with a warm voice, is the real deal. Beyond that is his stage presence — mesmerizing, commanding, intelligent. And impossible to explain: How does a guy who has been hauling refrigerators and installing roofs for 25 years command an arena like that? It’s exactly what we seek when we watch a documentary — the unfathomable.

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

29


VOYAGES

DESTINATION | COLORADO SPRINGS

THE BROADMOOR: OLD EUROPE OR THE WILD WEST?

30

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

TWO SWANS GLIDE over the dark, quiet lake leaving behind delicate parallel lines. As if on cue, they part, creating a perfect “V” only to vanish as the sun dips behind the mountain’s ridgeline. The poignant notes of a bagpipe drift over the scene. Peering out my hotel window, I watch a man in formal white jacket, red and green plaid kilt, black tipped white lace-up boots slowly begin a steady gait, making the rounds with his simple, plaintiff tune. No, I wasn’t in the highlands of Scotland. I was at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs. The bagpiper was the 6 p.m. evening ritual and a reminder to guests just how far the hotel had come. The site was once a vast, treeless mesa, like a Scottish broadmoor. A man named William Wilcox tended sheep here. Today, this 94 year-old hotel is a 5-star luxury destination that rivals anything you can find in old Europe. Guests in white robes leisurely made their way back to their rooms from the outdoor heated lap pool and hot tub, while others who lounged along Cheyenne Lake until the bitter end of the day, packed up their kindles. Hotel staff prepared the giant outdoor stone hearth for cocktails beneath the stars and facing the silhouette of Cheyenne Mountain. Like many of the grand hotels of Europe with their oriental rugs, dark mahogany-lined libraries, molded and chandeliered ceilings, and fireside chess tables, the Broadmoor’s history is palpable. It’s the perfect complement to the hedonism and smaller pleasures that await. It turns out “Little London,” or Colorado Springs in the early 1900s, was always a hot spot. Back then it was on the map for those recovering from TB. Once the railroad was established in the late 1800s, it became a fashionable destination for Europeans and wealthy east coasters seeking the west’s best sanitariums. Spencer Penrose, The Broadmoor Hotel’s visionary and founder, was the original gourmie and consummate entrepreneur. Handsome and mustached, with one glass eye (he also had a bloodshot one when hungover), he wanted to bring the elegance and opulence he experienced in Europe and the Orient to the West. He purchased the property and commissioned the first architect, Frederick Sterner, in 1916. He ended up paying him off to end the contract

CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS


by HILARY STUNDA

In the early 1900s, Colorado Springs was known as “Little London”.

MORE ABOUT THE BROADMOOR

and went straight to the top — the prestigious New York-based firm, Warren and Wetmore, of the famed Grand Central Station and Biltmore. Today the resulting multi-towered Italian Renaissance spread sits on 3,000 acres, with 744 rooms and suites, six Cape Cod–style cottages facing the lake. These were the choice lodgings and most expensive of the hotel, where families with staff would settle in for months at a time. Cheyenne Lake has seen many incarnations. Public swimming pool; excellent trout fishing (in the 1940s guests could fish for trout and have them served for dinner); water skiing (in the 60s Harry Belafonte and the Smothers Brothers took lessons). Today, the lake’s north end features an 11,000-square-foot infinity-style pool with cabanas, evoking those on the Lido near Venice. “It’s like the Titanic,” my son whispered, taking in the original marble staircase dating back to 1918, the dark wood and ceiling murals painted by Italian artisans. “Yes,” I muttered, “just no Icebergs …” The best Italian artisans of the day were brought in to paint scenes of the

CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS

Colorado landscapes: Garden of The Gods; Mount of the Holy Cross; Seven Falls; the road up Pikes Peak. My sons were fascinated by the paintings because the images of trappers, Indians, and the expansive vistas of the American West as explored by the American Expeditionary Artists had context here. The Broadmoor exemplified the end of the Old West. Letters, photographs, glass vitrines containing the original China from Julie Penrose’s collection; such archival gems as “Bottle Alley,” a wall display of the very old bottles (some date back to 1918) whose contents were consumed during the prohibition years. The best thing about our stay however, wasn’t so much the fabulous suites with the deep tubs and mountain vistas, or the invisible yet pervasive service that materialized just when we needed it. It was the sound of the door clicking shut to our children’s adjoining suite and the gentle knock on our door announcing crab claws and white wine at midnight.

SPA The five-star spa is famous for offering the luxurious Lu’lur ceremony. The scrub, wrap and massage all in one originates from the Royal Palaces of central Java given to the princess for 40 days prior to her wedding day. The term Lu’lur loosely translates to the Javanese “coating of the skin.” They have taken this ritual and scaled it down to 3 hours you won’t forget. CULINARY There are seven restaurants on The Broadmoor property ranging from casual to formal. During dinner at the American brasserie Summit, designed by Adam Tihany, the sommelier insisted on pairing his latest white wine discovery with our roasted Halibut — Assyrtiko, Sigalas, from Santorini, Greece. The wine came from a revolving Plexiglas wine display featuring 3,000 wines as you entered the restaurant. The piece de resistance was two floors above our suites — The Penrose Room. Colorado’s only Forbes Five Star restaurant. This year marks its 50th anniversary. Formal attire required.

Hilary Stunda is regular contributor to The Aspen Times Weekly.

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

31


AROUNDASPEN

The SOCIAL SIDE of TOWN

GREAT GATSBY ONE OF THE prettiest late summer parties is given in August when a group of Aspenites put on the Great Gatsby party on the lawn of the stately Wheeler/Stallard House, the museum of the Aspen Historical Society. The setting is perfect, with the mansion in the MARY ESHBAUGH background and HAYES everyone dressed in 1920s outfits of the Gatsby era. Hosts for the party included Alan Altman, Richard Auhll, Fred Ayarza, Kyle Boyd, Dick Bulkeley, Kendall Chen, Milton Dresner, Greg Erwin, David Grimes, Alex Kaufman, Don Keltner, Richard Krajicek, Bernard Phillips, Hans Roeschel, Kent Shodeen, Dick Stephenson, Jay Webster, Dwight West, Larry Witte and Robert Woodward. The party was organized by Nancy Snell Events. Undercurrent ... The snow, as usual, comes just in time!

GREAT GATSBY

Dressed in their 1920s outfits are Diana Rumsey, left, with Sara Woodward.

GREAT GATSBY

Linda Dergta and Al Mayfield.

GREAT GATSBY

Left to right are Thorey and Barry Goldstein with Joannie Lebach.

GREAT GATSBY

Left to right are Victoria Anderson, Kyle Boyd and Heidi Anderson.

GREAT GATSBY

Bill Swanson and Donna Gorgio.

GREAT GATSBY

Enjoying the dancing are Roberta and Howie Miller.

GREAT GATSBY

Genene and Fred Ayarza.

32

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

P H OTO S B Y M A RY E S H BA U G H H AY E S


by MARY ESHBAUGH HAYES

GREAT GATSBY

George Gradow and Barbi Benton.

GREAT GATSBY

Christine Aubale Gerschel and Peter Dahl.

GREAT GATSBY

Dick and Julie Buckeley.

GREAT GATSBY

Patsy Pelaia and Bill Cook.

GREAT GATSBY

Nancy Snell and Rodney Knutson.

GREAT GATSBY

GREAT GATSBY

Kent and Joan Shodeen.

Sandy and George Benkendorf.

GREAT GATSBY

Left to right are Freddy Shay, John Gillespie and Pati Stapleton.

GREAT GATSBY

Left to right are Lorraine Turner, Kathie Schulman Grayson, Mary Ellen Sheridan, Wandy Kaharko MD. and Liba Isahn.

GREAT GATSBY

David and Joann Grimes.

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

33


CURRENTEVENTS

NOVEMBER 22 - 22, 2012

edited by RYAN SLABAUGH

Hear Louisiana bluesman Tab Benoit plays Thursday, Sept. 13, at PAC3 in Carbondale. Beginning/Intermediate Ballet 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Third Street Center, 520 S. Third St., Carbondale. Beginning to intermediate ballet class taught by faculty of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet. Call 970-925-7175. CrossFit Elements Class 6 p.m. - 7 p.m., 402 Park Ave, Basalt. This is the first of six classes designed to prepare participants to join daily workouts at Roaring Fork CrossFit. Call 970-379-6309. Pole Dance Classes 6 p.m. - 7 p.m., Honey’s Pole and Aerial Fitness, Basalt. Beginning pole dance from 6-7 p.m. Learn basic lifts, spins, dance, floor and safety. All levels welcome. Pole and Aerial fitness from 7-8 p.m. focuses on functional strength and flexibility training for pole and aerial apparatus. Upper body, core and flexibility highlighted. Open to all levels. Co-ed. Call 970-274-1564. Slackline 7 p.m. - 9 p.m., Aspen Recreation Department, Red Brick School, 110 E. Hallam St., Aspen. Indoor slackline for all ability levels. No experience needed. Call 970-920-5140. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27 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 22 Thanksgiving Day Mass 9 a.m.- 10 a.m., St. Mary Catholic Church, 533 E. Main St. Aspen. Call 970-925-7339.

“Midlife Organelle,” acrylic on canvas, is part of “#blackFRIDAY,” an exhibition of paintings by Carbondale artist Stanley Bell, opening with a reception on Nov. 23 at the Gonzo Museum.

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23 “#blackFRIDAY” 6 p.m. - 10 p.m., Gonzo Museum, 521 E. Hyman Ave, Aspen. A show of new paintings by artist Stanley Bell. Call 970-376-2075. Damian Smith and Terry Bannon 4 p.m. - 7 p.m., Base Camp Bar & Grill, Snowmass Base Village. Live music for après ski. Call 970-923-6000. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24 Aprés Ski Party 3 p.m. - 6 p.m., Base Camp Bar & Grill, Snowmass Village. Thanksgiving weekend party with 3 Dollar Dewey — Geoffrey Morris on guitar, Dave Johnson on bass and Lee Dudley on drums. Call 970-923-6000. Damian Smith and Terry Bannon 4 p.m. - 7 p.m., Sneaky’s Tavern, Snowmass Base Village. Live music for après ski. Call 970-923-8787. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25 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. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26 Dana Wilson and The Old Time Jam Session 7 a.m. - 9 p.m., Carbondale Beer Works, 647 Main St., Carbondale. All musicians welcome, experienced and beginners; bring your banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, spoons, washboard or whatever and join in the fun of early American music. Call 970-704-1216. Open Mic Night 9:30 p.m., The Red Onion, 420 E. Cooper Ave., Aspen. Check out what Aspen’s songwriters and musicians have to offer. Call 970-925-9955.

Takah Tuesday 9 p.m., Takah Sushi, 320 S. Mill St., Aspen. Live music featuring local bands, starting around 9 p.m. Call 970-925-8588. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Rodina 9:30 p.m. - 11:55 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S Galena St., Aspen. Rodina’s U.S, collaboration emerged from a studio project in Denver in January with the recording of a forthcoming EP and it brought together musicians from New Mastersounds, Kinetix and Fox Street All Stars. The new super-group marries together Rodina’s catchy hooks and jazz sensibilities with the best of jam band soul, pop, reggae and funk. Call 970-544-9800.

THE ARTS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22 Adult Beginning Ballet Class 9 a.m. - 10 a.m., Coredination, 520 S. Third St., Suite 7, Carbondale. Adult and teen beginning ballet class for those who wish to learn this movement art form in a relaxed and enjoyable environment. Taught by Alexandra Jerkunica, professional ballet dancer and certified pilates instructor. Call 970-379-2187. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26 CCAH “Artober” Membership Drive, CCAH Center for the Arts, Carbondale. During the months of October and November, the Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities is challenging existing members to renew their membership and bring in new members for a chance to win prizes that help the arts, including tickets to the “Green is the New Black Fashion Extravaganza: Myths and Legends‚” in March, “A Charlie Brown Christmas” musical presented by Sol Theater Company and a free annual membership valued at $50 that includes discounts to workshops, classes and events. Call 970-963-1680.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27 Haden Gregg and Friends 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., L’Hostaria, 620 E. Hyman Ave., Aspen. Live music every Tuesday. Call 970-925-9022.

34

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

Signup: Holiday Art Club 9 a.m.- 5 p.m., Wyly Community Art Center, 99 Midland Spur, Basalt. Registration in progress for Holiday Art Club with Nicole Nagel-Gogolak, for ages 6-11, on Wednesdays, December 5, 12 and 19. Registration is required. Focusing on learning basic drawing, painting and sculpture, kids will learn concepts of space, line, proportion and scale. Tuition is $60 plus $15 studio fee; members receive 10 percent off. Call 970-927-4123. Classical Ballet Technique 4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m., Coredination, 520 S. Third St., Suite 7, Carbondale. Classical ballet class for the experienced ballet dancer wanting to further their training, both technically and artistically. Taught by Alexandra Jerkunica, owner of Coredination, professional ballet dancer and certified pilates instructor. Call 970-379-2187.

YOGA & EXERCISE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22 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. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23 Yoga for Lunch 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m., Aspen Health & Harmony, El Jebel. Community yoga class. Call 970-704-9642. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24 CrossFit Trial Workout 9 a.m.- 10 a.m., Roaring Fork CrossFit, 402 Park Ave., Basalt. Free trial session. Everyone is welcome. Workouts scaled to individual ability level. Call 970-379-6309. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26 Aikido 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Colorado Mountain College, Aspen campus. Aikido is an effective self-defense as well as a fun and dynamic work out. Class offered Mondays and Wednesdays. Beginners welcome. Try the first class for free. Call 970-379-4676.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23 Coat Drive 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Snowmass Chapel, Snowmass Village. The Salvation Army holds its annual drive to help those in need. Please bring coats, hats, gloves, etc. in adult and kid sizes. Call 970-945-6976. Musical Storytime 9 a.m. - 10 a.m., Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork, 16543 Old Highway 82, Carbondale. For parents and their children, infants to age 6, which celebrates the changing seasons through live, acoustic, age-appropriate music, songs, poetry, movement, stories and puppetry. The cost is $20 per family to drop in and $60 for four classes in a four-class session; deeper discounts available for families who commit to an entire semester. Call 963-0140; 963-6085. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24 Gathering for Ruth Whyte 3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m., Wheeler/Stallard Museum, 620 W. Bleeker St., Aspen. Ruth Whyte died last spring. Ruth’s family plans a memorial next year some time during the summer. The Aspen Historical Society will host a potluck at the museum during World Cup to provide a venue for the ski entourage to share memories. Ruth loved Aspen. She was a steward of AHS and the Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club. Friends are invited to join in this informal gathering to share stories and laugh and remember. Please bring a snack or drinks to share. The Historical Society will provide some Beaujolais and the stories will be recorded for all to enjoy in the future. Call 970-925-3721. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27 Christmas Eve Choir Rehearsal 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., Snowmass Chapel, 5307 Owl Creek Road, Snowmass Village. Snowmass Chapel is seeking volunteers to sing in its annual Christmas Eve “Lessons and Carols” services. Contact Paul Dankers for details. Call 970-300-1330. Ute History: Then and Now 7 p.m. - 8 p.m., Third Street Center, Carbondale. O. Roland McCook Sr. of the Uncompahgre Tribe discusses Ute history, tradition and full-moon ceremonies. Call 970-618-5879.

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE ARTIST


We invite you to

                      

G DO WEEK THE

Say hello to Boone! Boone is a 2 year old Lab/hound mix. He has had a sad start to life...his owner left him on a chain in their backyard and moved. We are thrilled for Boone that his luck has changed. This fella is active and loves attention. He gets along well with other dogs and has a super sweet demeanor. Boone has been working with a trainer on leash manners and the trainer says he is eager to learn, picks up commands quickly and is just a great dog. If you pick Boone - you will have a trained dog! He is up to date on shots, neutered and micro chipped. If you are interested, please visit our website at www.luckydayrescue.org or call Stephanie at 303-478-0662. LUCKY DAY ANIMAL RESCUE OF COLORADO

www.luckydayrescue.org

Boone

  "

              ! â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Zac, Class of 2007

Come ďŹ nd out whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s planned for the new campus of your K-8 public charter school

Please join us for our weekly

All-School Meeting + â&#x20AC;&#x153;Behind the Classroomsâ&#x20AC;? Tour Fridays at 8:15am November 16 + 30 | December 7 + 14 Drop-ins welcome AT THE COMMUNITY SCHOOL, WE BELIEVE IN: Community Lifelong learning Social justice Responsibility Integrated arts Academic excellence Small class size Freedom of expression Experiential + outdoor education

1199 WOODY CREEK ROAD | WOODY CREEK | INFO + DIRECTIONS 923.4080 MORE ON THE CAMPUS CAMPAIGN

IBelieveACS.com LIKE US ON

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

35


LOCAL

MARKETPLACE

PLACE AN AD >> ASPENTIMES.COM/PLACEAD | (970) 925-9937 | FAX (970) 925-5647 | CLASSIFIEDS@ASPENTIMES.COM | MORE AT ASPENTIMES.COM Audi Q5 2010

Audi TT Coupe 2008

BMW X5 2005

"DVSB.%9 4VQFS)BOEMJOH "8% "VUPNBUJD /BWJHBUJPO $BNFSB 5IJSE3PX4FBUT )FBUFE4FBUT -FBUIFS 9FOPOMJHIUT ,NJMFT (PPE DPOEJUJPO  1MFBTFDBMM  $27,900

)FBUFEMFBUIFSTFBUT /BWJHBUJPO 1SFTUJHFQBDLBHF-PUTPGFYUSBT

DZMJOEFS5VSCP GSPOUXIFFMESJWF TQEVBMDMVUDIBVUPNBUJD QBEEMF TIJGUFS #PTFQSFNJVNTPVOE w BMMPZXIFFMT NQH-PUTPG MVHHBHFTQBDF   

#.89,"VUPUSBOTNJTTJPO "8%)FBUFETFBUT4VOSPPG (14TZTUFN

Chevrolet Tahoe LT 1997

Chevy Aveo 2005

CHEVY SEDAN 1934 HOT ROD

Dodge Durango 1999

- 7 )1  NJMFT MFBUIFSTFBUT 5IVMFSPPGSBDL XFMMNBJOUBJOFE

,NJMFT  .1(POIXZ $MFBO NBJOUBJOFE HBSBHFE ,FOXPPETUFSFPXJUI64#BOE*QPE KBDLT%SJWFOCZ(SBOENB

$3200 970-309-1410

$6300 970-208-2023

$SBUF.PUPS 5SBOT 7JOUBHF "JS 0VUMBX#PEZ 1VSQMF 1BJOMFTT 8JSJOH .VTUBOH**'SPOU&OEXJUI%JTD #SBLFT 'PSEw3FBS3FBEZGPS JOUFSJPSGJOJTI KVTUMJLFZPVXBOUJU SWEET RIDE! GETS LOTA LOOKS! $24,000 970-456-2033 see pxâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s online

%PEHF%VSBOHP  "VUPUSBOTNJTTJPO7"MMPZXIFFMT $%QMBZFS-VHHBHFSBDL-FBUIFS TFBUTCMBDL 5000 770-866-4867

Ford Mustang Coupe 1968

Harley Davidson Sportster 1999

Honda CRB EXL 2008

Infiniti G35 2003

3FCVJMU)0FOHJOF DPNQVUFSJ[FE GVFMJOGFDUJPO IJHIQFSGPSNBODFFMFD USPOJDT3FXJSFE TQFFEBVUPNBUJD MJNJUFETMJQSFBSFOE$VTUPNTUFSFP

DD4VQFSTQPSU *UIBTNJMFT UXPTFBUTBOESVOTHSFBU (BSBHFTUPSFEBMMJUTMJGF

"8%-FBUIFSTFBUT.PPOSPPG )FBUFETFBUT"MMPZXIFFMT$SVJTF $POUSPM EJTL$%DIBOHFS1PXFS XJOEPXTBOEMPDL

$15,000 Please call Bob 970-390-4651 Gypsum

$5,000 970-948-9889

$17,300 970-618-7417

EPPS(PPEDPOEJUJPOLNJMFT "VUPUSBOTNJTTJPO"MMPZXIFFMT 1PXFSTFBUT4VOSPPG)FBUFETFBUT 1PXFSXJOEPXT8IJUF 8BZMBOE $6500 OBO 252-945-7588

Nissan Pathfinder 1991

NISSAN TITAN V8 2005

PHAETON MOTORHOME 2010

RANGE ROVER SPORT HSE 2008

Subaru Outback 2005

/JTTBO1BUIGJOEFS EPPS(PPEDPOEJUJPO L3FBEZ GPS8JOUFS4IBOOPO4XFFOFZ TQTXFFOFZ!HNBJMDPN $3950.00 970-618-6325

%BSLHSFFOTJYTFBUFS5*5"/8%X& MPDL"MMQPXFSXJOEPXT DE JQPE BDDFTTPSZJODMVEFE5PX1LH(SFBU DPOEJUJPO/FX)BOLPPL"MM5FSSBJO UJSFT NJMFT3FBSTPGUUPQ DPWFSGPSUSVDLCFE$13,000. 303-656-8708.

&YDFMMFOUDPOEMPBEFE%JFTFM FOHJOF BVUPMFWFMJOHKBDLT 0OBO HFO IPVTFIPMESFGSJH CBUIXSPPNZ TIPXFS FYUSBTJOLDBCJOFUJOCESN 2CFE 2TPGBCFE FOUFSUBJODFOUFS JOD57T QMVTNVDINPSF$160,945 970-887-9177 or 303-985-9550

SOLD!!

4VCBSV ,"VUPNBU JD /FX&OHJOF "MUFSOBUPS #BUUFSZ (FOFSBUPS )FBUFETFBUT 5IVMFOPUJODMVEFE $9,900 970-319-6653

Subaru Outback 2.5 XT Wagon 2006

Three Wheelers - Various

Toyota 4-Runner SR5 1997

Toyota RAV4 2004

Triumph America 865cc - 2009

(SFBUDPOEJUJPO NJ5VSCP 3PDLFU.BOVBM-PDBMMZPXOFE4FBU IFBU"MVNJOVNXIFFMT/FXFSBMM TFBTPOUJSFT$IBNQBHOFDPMPS .BSL $15,500 970-379-8330

"MMUSJLFTIBWFBMXBZT CFFOLFQUJOTJEF $BOCFTPMETFQBSBUFMZ

8%  NJMFT #FJHF 4VOSPPG

$3900 for all Can be sold separately Call for details 970-379-9878

$4700 970-384-0658

"8%-&EJUJPO8IJUF4VOSPPG (PPEDPOEJUJPO$MFBO0OFPXOFS 8FMMDBSFEGPS NJMFT $9500 970-618-8048

&'* MVHHBHFSBDL MHQBOOJFST ,/ JOUBLF 5SJVNQITUSBJUQJQFT/FWFS ESPQQFE BMXBZTHBSBHFEQFSGFDU NJMFT UIJTCJLFSJQT $6695 Jon 970-319-8764 Carbondale

Volvo S60 R 2004

Volvo XC 90 T6 2003

VW JETTA - 2009

ZAPXebra 2008

Auto Photo Ads Work!

"VUP 1IPUP "ET

Acura MDX 2008

Cadillac STSV AWD 2008

Premium Luxury Performance 1BDLBHF4VQFSC .JOU$POEJUJPO #SBOE/FX.JDIFMJO5JSFT-PX L NJMFT0SJHJOBMDPTUT  -0"%&% $28,000 970-945-7407

Ford Dualy Flatbed Pickup 1959

$MBTTJD0OFUPO 4JYDZMJOEFS TUSBJHIU HBTFOHJOF XJUINPVOUBCMF MJGUDSBOFGPSFBTZQJDLT/PCPEZ EBNBHF OFFETTPNFFOHJOFXPSL (SFBUQSPKFDU MPUTPGQPUFOUJBMGPS XPSL PSDPMMFDUPS $2,845. 970.379.1280

Realistic Seller. Offering Price: $35,000 Vail 970-376-6570

16,900 970-309-8711

Call or go online to sell your car 925-9937 www.aspentimes.com/placead

-$ZM5VSCPNQH,NJMFT -FBUIFS 1PXFS&WFSZUIJOH 4VOSPPG .BOVBM "8%IQWFSZGBTUBOEGVO UPESJWF/FXCSBLFTBOESPUPST $12,500 970-389-8301

36

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

5XJOUVSCP(SFBUDPOEJUJPO, "8%)FBUFETFBUT4VOSPPGTFUTPG UJSFTPOSJNT6MUJNBUFNPVOUBJODBS 4DPUU $9900 970-379-8416

â&#x153;¦

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

Turbo Diesel Injection. 38 Mpg. 44K Miles. Bluetooth. Excellent Condition. $17,950 or best offer 970.379.4630

1"3,'03'3&&*/"41&/ ;"19FCSB  $4200.00

Thousands of other autos have ALREADY sold!


"VUP1BSUT "DDFTTPSJFT

$MFBOJOH4FSWJDF Crystal Clear Cleaning )PVTF,FFQJOH4FSWJD FT3FTJEFOUJBM $PN NFSDJBM$POTUSVDUJPO 0GGJDF$MFBOJOH (970)379-3300

$PNQVUFST

NEED WHEELS FOR WINTER TIRES? /FXONLY 1 (PPEZFBS 13

TIRE

3FQBJSTNPTUCSBOETPGDPNQVUFS QSJOUFSTBUPVSMPDBUJPOPSZPVST 8FTFMMOFXFRVJQNFOU 0&.BOE DPNQBUJCMFCSBOETVQQMJFTGPSBMMQSJOUFST #SPUIFS"VUIPSJ[FE4FSWJDF

$BMMVTGPSFTUJNBUFT  PS  

)BOEZNBO 4NBMMDBSQFOUSZ QSPKFDUT QBJOU EFNP XQJDLVQGUUSBJMFS FUDMPOHUFSN-PDBM Brad 970-306-2611

)FBMUI#FBVUZ Basalt Barber Shop

Open Tues - Fri 9am-6pm Sat. 8:30am- 1pm

тАЬANDтАЭ 5+FFQ8SBOHMFS 4UFFMWheelsGPS PSOFXFS +FFQ8SBOHMFS

ALL FOR $125... WHAT A DEAL! $BMM 

Try a border for just ямБve bucks! #MJ[[BL3 4OPXUJSFT "TQFO-JLFOFX DPOEJUJPO  

$250 970-379-9879

Please Recycle

'PPE#FWFSBHF -JWFTUPDLPSNFBU #FFGUPOHVFBOE IFBSU FB 

'VSOJUVSF #FET.BUUSFTTFT

%BSLCSPXOMFBUIFS DPVDI&YDFMMFOU DPOEJUJPOMJLFOFX MPOH$BSCPOEBMF 

+FXFMSZ RON"THE GOLD GUY "

"QQMJBODFT .0%"XIFFMT 3 UJSFT(PPEDPOEJ UJPO XFBS Pickup bed cover; CSBOEOFXOFBSMZ OFX 5POFBVIBSE DPWFS MPDLJOH"3& CSBOE CMBDL FBTZPO FBTZPGG'JUT $IFWZPS(.$EVBMMZ 970-625-2505

'SFF[FS$IFTU TUZMFEFQUI 9IJHI9 XJEF(BMBYZ8PSLT HSFBU DMFBO CVUTFBM JTXBSQFE

тАЬSOLDтАЭ "SUT$SBGUT)PCCJFT

тАв S o f t t o pGPSES

Simmons Beautyrest $MBTTJD#BSEXFMM QJMMPXUPQNBUUSFTT BOECPYTQSJOHT ,JOH4J[F (SFBUDPOEJUJPO. $250 970-319-6294 Rifle

'VSOJUVSF %JOJOH3PPN

3&165"#-&(0-% 4.*5)QBZJOH$"4) GPSHPME TJMWFS QMBUJ OVNKFXFMSZ HPMEPS TJMWFSDPJOT OVHHFUT TUFSMJOHTJMWFSTFUT .BOZMPZBMDVTUPN FSTUIBOLNFGPS#&45 3&563/4 #&454&3 7*$&BOEDPOWFOJFOU BQQPJOUNFOUT* 3FDZDMF 3FNBLF BOE 3FQBJS'PSUPEBZhT TQPUTFF ronthegoldguy.com $BMM3PO  

+FFQ8SBOHMFS0OMZ VTFETFBTPOT 1FSGFDUDPOEJUJPO 

Please call 970-524-0657. Leave a message. 6OEFSHSPVOE1BSLJOH 4QBDFBUUIF%VSBOU.BMM OFYUUP$JUZ.BSLFUJO "TQFO4FDVSFBOETBGF QFSNPOUI'PS NPSFJOGP FNBJM PGGJDF!BKBYEFTUJOBUJPO NBOBHFNFOUDPN

"VUPT AVALANCHE AUTOMOTIVE LLC

98 Subaru Forester, 8IJUF "VUP , $BMMGPSPUIFSDBST BWBJMBCMF8FGJOBODF XJUIBQQSPWFEDSFEJU #6:)&3& 1":)&3& )XZJO.JOUVSO    Avalancheautosales.com

Gosh, thanks. More than 71 percent of adults read a newspaper in print or online each week.

Saturn SC2 1999 EPPS POFPXOFS HPPEDPOEJUJPO NMT HBMMPO 970-625-2505

6UJMJUZ5SBJMFST

$19 Hair Cuts

0GGJDF #SPO[F&ML4DVMQUVSF )FBEFEGPS)JHI$PVO USZCZ+JN(JMNPSF  $IFZFOOF 4V QFSCDPOEJUJPO8JMM%F MJWFSXJUIJOSFBTPO 5PN 3VTTFMM USVTTFMM!CSFTOBOOFU

#MBDL%JOFUUF5BCMFBOE 4UPPMT 

5BCMFEJNFOTJPOT  X Y M Y I $BSCPOEBMF 

"VEJP

'VSOJUVSF)PNF 'VSOJTIJOHT

%7%#MV3BZ1MBZFS 4BNTVOH#%$ 4USFBNT/FUGMJY 1BOEP SB FUD&YDFMMFOU DPOEJUJPO CPYFE BMM N B O V B M T   4 U B O  TUBO!TDBQMBOOJOHDPN

Sell your vehicle,

WBSJPVTMBNQT FBDI"TQFO(PPE DPOEJUJPO.BLFBO PGGFS'SBODFT  Beautiful log bunk bed. "TQFO1SJNF DPOEJUJPO'SBODFT 

)1$PMPS-BTFSKFU 8JOEPXT91DPNQBUJCMF 0#0JOHPPE DPOEJUJPO4IFSJ 

5JDLFUT4LJ1BTTFT &WFOUT

guaranteed,

when you place an auto photo ad for a month! %7%4"$%$%1-":&3 %FOPO%7%"VEJP QIJMF2VBMJUZ1MBZTFW FSZUIJOHFYDFQU#MVSBZ &YDFMMFOUDPOEJUJPO CPYFE BMMNBOVBMT4UBO             TUBO!TDBQMBOOJOHDPN

$IJMESFO#BCZ *UFNT

XBOUFEEBZTLJQBTTFT T"TQFO.BVSFFO NPCFSSZ!IPUNBJMDP N

#MBDLEFTL&YDFMMFOU DPOEJUJPO%JNFOTJPOT  X Y M Y I  $BMM

2007 S-Works Enduro

8FMMNBJOUBJOFE HPPE DPOEJUJPO.BOZVQ HSBEFTOFXCJHHFS EJTLCSBLFT VQHSBE FESFBSTVTQFOTJPO XJUIBGPYEIYQSP QFEBM SPDLTIPDLV UVSOJOUIFGSPOU(SFBU EPXOIJMMDSPTTDPVO USZ

Hoarders be gone. Advertise your cleaning business in the Service Directory. Always in print and online. ClassiямБeds@ cmnm.org.

4DIXJOOCJDZDMFGPS TBMFMJLFOFX CBSFMZ VTFE

$300 OBO Jared 970-379-3233

4OPXNPCJMFT

:BNBIB/ZUSP &YDFMMFOUDPOEJUJPO MPX NJMFT LFQUJOFODMPTFE USBJMFS   QMFBTF DBMM DTNJUI!TPQSJTOFU

1FUT%PHT

#FSOFTF.PVOUBJO%PH 1VQQJFT ",$ "EPSBCMF %FXDMBXTTIPUT XIJUOFZNDDBSUIZ!ZBIP PDPN 0ME4OPXNBTT

Service Directory.

$BOPFT,BZBLT 3PX#PBUT

Always in print, always online and always affordable. Our ClassiямБed Advertising staff is ready to schedule your Service Directory ad. Call 866-850-9937 or e-mail classiямБeds@ cmnm.org.



#VSHVOEZWFMPVSEPVCMF SFDMJOFS(FOUMZVTFE 7FSZDMFBO$BNFGSPN OPOTNPLJOH OPQFU OP DIJMESFOIPNF8JMM EFMJWFSJO7BMMFZ MKXJOETPS!ZNBJMDPN

NEVER BEEN USED!!!!

$150 970 390 0998

NEW OFWFSCFFOVTFE TUJMMJOUIFQMBTUJD 3Y 1SFTDSJQUJPO ,BZBL TQFDTPOUIFMBCFM3Y 4  3 #4 03(

%B7JODJ"OOBCFMMF DPOWFSUJCMFNJOJDSJC XIJUF*ODMVEFTDPJM NBUUSFTT CFEEJOH NPCJMF"TQFO (PPEDPOEJUJPO 

'JTDIFSBND "MM NPVOUBJO 3BJMGMFY CJOEJOHT#SBOE/FX

$1500 970.306.9544

5PPMT)BSEXBSF

4/"10/5PPMCPYGU UBMM GUMPOH XJEF #MBDLXJUITUBJOMFTT XPSLCFODIUPQBOE USJN &9$&--&/5 $0/%*5*0/ VTFEWFSZ MJUUMF/&8*4, BTLJOHPCP (SBOE+VODUJPO 

4LJ&RVJQNFOU

Call 970 390 0998

.PUPS)PNF 3FOUBMT

&MFDUSPOJDT

970-366-6550

Experienced Tutor $JWJM&OHJOFFSJOH .4 "MHFCSB (FPNFUSZ $IFNJTUZBOE1IZTJDT $BMM5FYU

$BMM.PTFT

#JDZDMFT.PQFET

Chad and Lonnie Bones 302 Midland Ave.

.JTD4FSWJDFT

'VSOJUVSF)PNF 'VSOJTIJOHT

3FDSFBUJPO

1TZDIJD 1BMN5BSPU 3FBEJOHT "VSB $MFBOTJOH $IBLSB #BMBODJOH $SZTUBM )FBMJOH'PVS $POWFOJFOU-PDBUJPOT $BUFSTUP4PDJBM'VOD UJPOTBOE1BSUJFT  $BMM4PQIJFGPSZPVS QSJWBUFDPOTVMUBUJPO

$PPQFS%JTDPWFSFS 

4UVEEFETOPXT -3

.FSDIBOEJTF

1TZDIJD"MUFSOBUJWF

'JSFXPPE'VFM

1FUT

Journeyman Auto Glass 'SFF&TUJNBUFT2VBMJ UZ4FSWJDF*OTVSBODF $MBJNT"DDFQUFE $POWFOJFOUMZMPDBUFEJO UIF.JE7BMMFZ#VTJOFTT $FOUFSBU%VSPVY -BOF #BTBMU  KPVSOFZNBOBVUPHMBTT! DPNDBTUOFU

"VUP1BSUT "DDFTTPSJFT

"TQFO"OJNBM4FSWJDFT PGGFSJOHSFMJBCMFQFUDBSF JODMQFUTJUUJOHIPVTF TJUUJOH EPHXBMLTBOE NPSF "TQFO"OJN BM4FSWJDFT!HNBJMDPN

5SBOTQPSUBUJPO

4FSWJDF%JSFDUPSZ "VUP

1FU4FSWJDFT

#.8XIFFMT #MJ[[BLUJSFT3 NPVOUFECBMBODFE SFBEZUPSPMM 4OPXNBTT&YDFMMFOU DPOEJUJPO+PIO  PUUBTQFO!HNBJMDPN

8FMMT$BSHPh9h # MBDL  7  /PTF  5 SBJ M FS 4JEFEPPS ESPQHBUF XJUIEPVCMFBYMF -JLFOFX DPOEJUJPO$BMM 

8BOU5P#VZ .FSDIBOEJTF

6 pc Home Theater

4VSSPVOETPVOE TZTUFNXJUI%7% QMBZFS4QFBLFSXJSFT JODMVEFE 0#0 Call 970-471-1649

%BSL#SPXO#BS4UPPMT  XJUIPGGXIJUFDBOWBT TFBUDPWFSTTFBU IFJHIU(SFBUDPOEJUJPO $BMM

8BOUUPQVSDIBTFNJO FSBMTBOEPUIFSPJMHBT JOUFSFTUT4FOEEFUBJMT UP10#PY %FO WFS $0

'MFFUXPPE "NFSJDBO)FSJUBHF (SBOE+VODUJPO &YDFMMFOUDPOEJUJPO 1 F H H Z  4 I B S Q F  QFHHZTIBSQF!HNBJMD PN

Labradoodle puppies. 3FBEZOPX"MMDPMPST (SFBUGBNJMZEPHT MPXOPOTIFE  XXXMBCSBEPPEMF CSFFEFSDPN

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

37


#PPLLFFQFS 1BSU5JNF1MFBTF FNBJMZPVSSFTVNFUP BNZU!DSPHMMDDPN $%-$MBTT"%SJWFS Class A CDL Driver FT NIGHT Position 5BOLFS&OEPSTFNFOU ESJWFSOFFEFEGPS), 5SVDLJOHZSTNJOJ NVNESJWJOHFYQJOUIF 0JM'JFME$PNQFUJUJWF XBHFT CFOFGJUTPWFS UJNF4FSJPVTJORVJSFT POMZ970-250-1769.

38

)JHI.PVOUBJO5BYJ NVTUCFZSTPSPMEFS XJUIDMFBOESJWJOH SFDPSE EBZPSOJHIU TIJGUTBWBJM$BMM 9

"JSDSBGU.FDIBOJD "JSDSBGU.FDIBOJDJO &BHMF $0.PVOUBJO "WJBUJPO"1$FSUJGJDBUF   $ J U B U J P O  + F U FYQFSJFODFSFRVJSFE  I S Q MV T # F O FG J UT 4FOESFTVNFTUP IS!NPVOUBJOBWJBUJPODP N

+VTUJDF4OPXTOFFET Line Cooks & Food Expediters .JOZSFYQ SFGSFR BQQMZJOQFS TPO&)ZNBO

Please Recycle Multiple Positions #VTZQSJWBUFDMVCDB UFSJOHDPJTOPXIJS JOHGPSUIFXJOUFSTFB TPO8FBSFMPPLJOHGPS FYQFSJFODFEMJOF DPPLT QBOUSZ DBUFS JOHEBZQSFQBOEQBTU SZBTTJTUBOUT $PPLT DBMM.JLF!  PS BGUFSQN 1BTUSZ DBMM%BOB!  

Color makes your classified ad stand out. 4BMFT.BOBHFS

Administrative Assistant II Academic Affairs, Central Services, Glenwood Springs, CO - 8BOUUPLOPX NPSF (PUP XXXDPMPSBEPNUOFE VFNQMPZNFOUGPS NPSFJOGPSNBUJPO *UTIFSFBDBSJOH DPMMBCPSBUJWFFOWJ SPONFOUtDMFBSNJT TJPOBOEWJTJPOtVTF UIFUVJUJPOCFOFGJUUP FBSOZPVS""EFHSFF PSDSFEJUTUPXBSETB CBDIFMPSTEFHSFFt TVQQPSUJWFMFBEFS TIJQUFBNtFYDFMMFOU CFOFGJUTt

No rain, or snow, on this parade. Advertise your rooямБng company in the Service Directory. ClassiямБeds@ cmnm.org.

Executive Administrative Assistant Human Resources, Glenwood Springs, CO 8BOUUPLOPXNPSF (PUPXXXDPMPSBE PNUOFEVFNQMPZ NFOUGPSNPSFJOGPS NBUJPO*UhTIFSFB DBSJOH DPMMBCPSBUJWF FOWJSPONFOUtDMFBS NJTTJPOBOEWJTJPOt VTFUIFUVJUJPOCFOF GJUUPFBSOZPVS"" EFHSFFPSDSFEJUT UPXBSETBCBDIFMPST EFHSFFtTVQQPSUJWF MFBEFSTIJQUFBNt FYDFMMFOUCFOFGJUTt

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

тЬж

3FOUBMT )PVTJOH8BOUFE 6QTDBMFNBUVSF QSPUFTTJPOBMXPNBO MPPLJOHGPS #% 'VSOJTIFE4JOHMF 'BNJMZ)PNF.645 )"7&:"3% 1&5 '3*&/%-:-POHUFSN MFBTFXPVMEEP ZFBSTPSMPOHFS NPPSMFTT  QPTUSPWFS!ZBIPPDP N

.BSLFUJOHBOE4BMFT 3FQ1SJPSFYQFSJFODF EFTJSBCMF4FOESFTVNF BOPSDBMM#JMM7BO -JFTIPVU 4OPX NBTT$SFFL3E 4OPX NBTT $0PSDFMM 

3FOUBMT#BTBMU"SFB

3FOUBMT$BSCPOEBMF

'VMMZSFNPEFMFE#% #"IPVTFJOEPXOUPXO BWBJMNP 4UBDFZ$SBGU 4PUIFCZT



#% #"VOGVSO4') DBSHBS /4 1FUTDPOTJEFSFE

#%#"UPQGMPPS UPXODFOUFSDPOEP '1 EFDLT FMFWBUPS "$ 8% /4/1'VSO 1LHTQBDF6UJMTJODME NP

-SH#%IPNFXBU UBDIFENPUIFSJOMBX BQU MVYVSZNBTUFS#% #"XKBDV[[JUVC TUFBNTIPXFSTU MBTU EFQOFHPNP  TIBOBSPCB!TPQSJTOFU

RENTED!! 3FOUBMT"TQFO

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

$PNGPSUBCMFCFE SPPN MBSHFMPGUMPH DBCJO GVSOJTIFE DBS HBSBHF 0ME4OPXNBTT QFSNPOUI 4UBDFZ$SBGU 4PUIFCZhT

 #%#"TG3BODI IPNFJO&NNB QMVTVUJMT1FUTBMMPXFE  #%#" 4PQSJT7MH 8% MSHHBSZBSE OFX QBJOUDBSQFU NP JODMETXBUFSTFXFS USBTI/4TUTFD  #%#" $POEP%VQMFY5PXO IPVTF1FUTPL/P TNPLJOH'JSTU MBTUTFDVSJUZNPOUI MFBTF -BLFTJEF8JMMJUT$PSOFS 5PXOIPNF #BTBMU$0 (PSHFPVTDPOUFNQPSBSZ MPHIPNFJOEPXOUPXO #BTBMUCFESPPNT  CBUI"WBJMGVSOJTIFEPS VOGVSOJTIFE JOEPPS POMZ EPHBMMPXFE "WBJMOPX VUJMT 4UBDFZ$SBGU 4PUIFCZhT

 -PWFMZSFNPEFMFE .JTTPVSJ)FJHIUTIPNF CFE IVHFEFDL DMPTF UP"WBJMOPX 4UBDFZ$SBGU 4PUIFCZhT

 #BTBMU"SFB#% #" )PNFPO3JWFS /FX"Q QMJBODFT$BSQFU 7FSZ 1SJWBUF NPMFBTFFY UFOTJPOT3JWFS#FOE 3PBE&BTZ"DDFTTUP )XZ1SJDFE3JHIUBU NP

&VSPQFBO.PVOUJOH BOE 4IPVMEFS.PVOUJOH $PNQFUJUJWF1SJDJOH $BMM+PTIGPSEFUBJMT

719-989-0774 *O4JMU $PMPSBEP

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

'VMMZGVSOCFEDPOEP BWBJMUJM.BZ TLJPVU MPDBUJPOCZ(MPSZ)PMF 1BSL JOEPPSKBDV[[J GQ OT OPQFUT QBSLJOH TQBDF 4UBDFZ$SBGU 4PUIFCZhT

 #%#"%VQMFYPO HPMGDPVSTF8%%JTI XBTIFS HBTTUPWFBOE GJSFQMBDF/1/4 -5NP VUJM "WBJM PS )VOUFS$SFFL#%#" GVSOJTIFEDPOEP NPOUIMFBTF/014  8PPEZ$LGVSO#%#" BQU UJMFE HBSBHF TUPSBHF QFUT 8% /4 VUJMT 57JODM 970-923-0040

NP VUJMT 

/JDF 4'0GGJDF#MEH JO$BSCPOEBMF NP (SPTT-FBTF 1BSLJOH '-4 1SPQFSUZJTBMTP GPSTBMF$POUBDU  1FSGFDU$POUFNQBSZ )PNF 6OCFMJFWBCMF WJFXT#%#" /4/1 GVSOJTIFEBWBJM NP

3PPNNBUFT $BSCPOEBMF #%#" TUPSBHFJO #%3.#" UPXOIPNF

6UMT$BSCPOEBMF $ISJT

SOLD... GUARANTEED! Auto Photo Ads work. #%JO#%#" 8% POCVTMJOF1BSLJOH/4 /1 NPJODMVUJMT TU4FD -PPLJOHGPSSPPNNBUF 4VCTUBOUJBMCFBVUJGVM IPNF 3JWFSWBMMFZ 3BODI"WBJMGPSTLJTFB TPOBOEPSMPOHUFSN NS/NP.*ODM6UJM 1MFBTFDBMMFNBJMGPS EFUBJMT HFPSHFKIBSSJT!IPUNBJMDPN

3FOUBMT (MFOXPPE4QSJOHT #%$BCJO 8% /4/1 NP VUJMT  #%MBSHF"QU /4 /1 8%)PPLVQTNP $BNQ4JUFGVMMIPPL NP

#%#" EVQMFY OFBSIPTQJUBM GFODFEZE HBSBHF EFO XE /4 NP

#FBVUJGVM)PNF'PS3FOU  TRGUIPNFGPSSFOU JO.JTTPVSJ)FJHIUT CESNCUIDBSHB SBHF'BCVMPVTWJFXT )JHIFOEGJOJTIFT UISPVHIPVU"CFBVUJGVM IPNF$BMMPSFNBJMGPS NPSFJOGP LFFMUZ!TPQSJTOFU

#%#"   #%#"   / FBSIPTQJ UB M QB S LT TIPQQJOHZSMFBTF 

&YDFQUJPOBMEPXOUPXO BQU (SBOE #%#" GSFFMBVOESZ  QBSLJOHQFSNJUT NP3VTTFMM 

RV sites for rent at River Meadows Mobile Home Park. 970-945-8925

4UVEJPBQU )PMMBOE)JMMT TNBMMHBS 8% '1 6UJMT DBCMF 8J'J JODME

VILLAGE GREEN TOWNHOMES! '1 %8 8% (SFBUDPNNVOJUZ CFBVUJGVMMBOETDBQFE QMBZBSFB-BSHF   CESNT 

3FOUBMT$BSCPOEBMF 'BOUBTUJD#%BSUJTUT IPVTF POBD3JWFS QSJWBDZ WJFXT NP 

#%#"6OGVSOJTIFE PO.JTTPVSJ)FJHIUT SBODI%PHTDPOTJEFSFE /PTNPLJOH NJOVUFTUP)XZ WJFXT MPUTPGMJHIUBOE DMFBO NPEVMBSFGGJDJFOU 'JSTU MBTUTFDVSJUZ 

3FOUBMT/FX$BTUMF #%#"3JWFSQBSLDPO EP 8% "$ HBSBHF OP QFUT NPJODMVTJWF  #%#"EPVCMF DBSHBSBHF  8% /1 /4 PSDNPFMMFS!QPMBSTUBS QSPQFSUJFTDPN

#% #B)PNF $BS(BSBHF#MLGSPN 4DIPPMNP $BU$POTJEFSFE #FW&NNPOT#SPLFS *OD   #%#" TVSSPVOEFECZ PQFOTQBDF FBTZBD DF T T N B O ZV QH S B EF T PVUCVJMEJOHT MFBTF NP 5PXOIPNFGPS3FOU CFESPPN CBUI DBSHBSBHF /PQFUTTNPL JOH OFXQBJOUDBSQFU 1JOF$PVSU $BMM.JDIFMMF  

$BTUMF7BMMFZ5)#% #" DBSHBSBHF 8% /4 /1NP VUJM 

3FOUBMT3JGMF #%#"'VSOJTIFE /4/18%NUI 5BVHIFOCBVHI #MWENo rent till 12/1  #%#"/FXMZ3FNPE FMFE"QBSUNP 'JSTU MBTUTFDVSJUZ/4 /1"WBJM/PWTU$BMM .JLF "WBJM/PX#E #B 5PXOIPNF -JLF/FX "$ -BSHF$BS(BSBHF NP 4PSSZ/1 /4 #FW&NNPOT  

3PPNNBUFT3JGMF

ROOMMATE WANTED 0OFQFUQPTTJCMF "WBJMBCMFOPX4IBSFE MJWJOHTQBDF/P TNPLJOH$BMMGPSEF UBJMTNP 

3FOUBMT4JMU 6OJNQSPWFEMPUTQBDFVQ UPBDSFTBDSF $34JMU$0 

First Month 1/2 Off!

(3&"57*&84#% #"+BDV[[J$BS(B SBHF/P14 *ODM 6UJM 3JEHF3E

3PPNNBUFT"TQFO

#%#"'VSOJTIFE 4IBSFE3FOUBM8BOUFE NP#FBVUJGVM SBODIIPNF IPSTFMPW FShTESFBNQBTUVSFT SJEJOHBSFOB UBDLSPPN CBSO1FUTZSMFBTF ,FWJO

XXXNJTTPVSJIFJHIUTDPN

#%BQU$MFBO TVOOZ OJDF/PQFUEPH 4FIBCMBFTQBOPM 

3BD 3BA Brush Creek IPNF MPGU%FTJHOFS GVSOJTIJOHT"TQFO 4DIPPM%JTU1FUTPL HSFBUWJFXT RVJFU  VUJMJUJFT 970-379-8757

3FOUBMT3PPNNBUFT

"OOPVODFNFOUT

'BSN)BZ

%3*7&348"/5&%

'SPOUEFTLTFBTPOBMQP TJUJPOBWBJMBCMFGPSBO FOFSHFUJDBOEQFSTPOBM NVMUJUBTLFSXDPNQVU FSBOEDVTUPNFSTFSWJDF TLJMMT4DIFEVMFJODMVEFT XFFLFOET FWFOJOHTBOE PSEBZTIJGUT$PNQFUJ UJWFTBMBSZBOECFOFGJU QBDLBHF 1MFBTFNBJMSFTVNFUP 10#PY//"TQFO $P PSFNBJMUP MEBJTZ!ZBIPPDPN

3BD/2.5BA, Townhome, 1 car gar, MHGFODFEZBSE/1 $1025/month 970-618-6237

3FOUBMT4OPXNBTT #%#"6OGVSO$POEP 4FBTPOT'PVS /JDFFOE VOJU DBCMF KBDV[[J QPPM JODM8%7BVMUFE$FJM JOHT/1/4NP QMVTVUJMJUJFTZFBS MFBTF

3FOUBMT/FX$BTUMF #%#"1BSUJBMCBUIT 'VSOJTIFE4JOHMF 'BNJMZ)PNF0ME 4OPXNBTT3FUSFBU/P 1FUT/PTNPLJOH %FQPTJU SFRVJSFENPOUIMFBTF  LNESBQFS!NFDPN0ME 4OPXNBTT-JHIU)JMM 3PBE4OPXNBTT$0 #% #" -PGU4IJCVJ 5PQ'MPPS QN TG 8%   

#%OJDFIPVTFGPSSFOU "WBJM/084FBTPOBMPS -5'VSOHBSHWJFXT $BMM+FGG

3FOUBMT $PNNFSDJBM3FUBJM 40' x 72' Metal Building. hYh0WFSIFBEEPPS 3FTUSPPNT 0))FBUBOE*OTVMBUFE Silt Trade Center ,FMMZ-ZPO -FBWFNFTTBHF AABC SPACE FOR RENT "QQSPYTG$BOCF VTFEGPSPGGJDF SFUBJMPS TUPSBHFBTTJHOFE Q B S L J O H  T Q B D F NPQMVTTIBSF PGHBTFMFDUSJD $BMM

Aviation

Hangar Space Available Rifle Airport 4UJMMMPPLJOHGPSMJHIU UXJO TNBMMKFUXJUI QPTTJCMFQBSUOFSTIJQ -POHUFSN FDPOPNJD MPDBMSBUFT $BMM GPSRVPUF 3JGMF$PNNFSDJBM4' 0GGJDF3FUBJMNP QMVTFMFDIFBU"JS QPSU3E 5FMMVSJEF$PNNFSDJBM 3FOUBM TRhHSPVOEGMPPSPO .BJO4UCFXUFFO SFTUBVSBOUBOE CPVUJRVF4QBDJPVT XJOEPXT Three Bears Building For Lease 5IF)FBSUPG %PXOUPXO#BTBMU 4USFFU-FWFM4NBMM 0GGJDF(SFBU3BUF .JEMBOE"WF #BTBMU $0 Call Today 927-3734

3FOUBMT0GGJDF4QBDF "TQFOTIBSFEPGGJDF TQBDF*O#FOFEJDU CVJMEJOH"WBJM8FE 'SJ 8FFLFOET1FSGFDUGPS NBTTBHFUIFSBQJTU BDV QVODUVSJTUPSDPVOTFMPS 

Try a border for just ямБve bucks! &YFDVUJWFPGGJDF

TIBSFESFDFQUJPO 135 W. Main Aspen Victorian. 970-379-3715

3FOUBMT4UPSBHF4QBDF TRGUTUPSBHF NJOUP "TQFO FBTZBDDFTT)XZ  IFBU TFDVSF HBS EPPS 

3FBM&TUBUF

&NQMPZNFOU

-JWFTUPDL"OJNBMT

'SPOU%FTL

3&0UIFS 1st mortgage needed (PPEZJFME TFDVSF    TRGUTUPSZ CSJDLCVJMEJOH TUSVDUVSBMMZTPVOE GVMMZMFBTFE-PDBUFEPO TDFOJD#J8BZ DBMM+JN!


Aspen

ASPEN

ASPEN

ASPEN

Basalt

Commercial Condos for Sale 0OMZ5ISFF3FNBJOJOH *OUIFSFOPWBUFE$SBOEBMM#VJMEJOH CMPDLTGSPNUIF(POEPMB TG TUBOETUUP TG DPOUJHVPVT (SFBUWJFXT HSFBUMPDBUJPO

970-948-0001 Bob Langley Joshua & Co. bob@joshuaco.com

Top-floor, corner 2 bed/2 bath condo 4QFDUBDVMBSTPVUIGBDJOHWJFXTPG )JHIMBOETBOE#VUUFSNJML3FNPEFM JODMVEFTHSBOJUFDPVOUFST OFXDBCJOFUSZ BQQMJBODFTDBSHBSBHF1SJWBUFEFDL (SFBUPQUJPOGPSUIPTFMPPLJOHGPS "TQFO4DIPPM%JTUSJDUPSJEFBM HFUBXBZGPSOEIPNFPXOFS $750,000 TOM CARR 970 379-9935 Leverich & Carr Real Estate XXXBTQFOSFJOGPDPN

West End Condo $PSOFS OEGMPPSTUVEJPVOJUXJUIHSFBU 8FTU&OEMPDBUJPO8BMLUPNVTJDUFOU /JDFQSJWBUFBOERVJFUMPDBUJPOPOOPSUI TJEFPGCVJMEJOH7JFXTUP3FE.PVOUBJO &OKPZQSJWBUFEFDL0QFOGMPPSQMBOXJUI MPUTPGMJHIUXJUINBOZMBSHFXJOEPXT $395,000 TOM CARR 970 379-9935 Leverich & Carr Real Estate XXXBTQFOSFJOGPDPN

 BDSFSBODIFUUFJO&NNB GJWFNJO VUFTGSPN8JMMJUT#BTBMU(SBOJUFLJUDI FO HSBOJUFCBUI UISFFCFESPPNT PGGJDF TUBMMCBSOXUBDLSPPN EPHSVO CFESPPNHVFTUIPVTFUXPQBTUVSFTPGG CBDLZBSEQPOEGVMMZGFODFEBOEJSSJ HBUFECBDLTVQUPPQFOTQBDF$BMMGPS BQQPJOUNFOU#SPLFSTQSPUFDUFE $1,100,000 or BO (970) 510-5131

BASALT

CARBONDALE

COMMERCIAL - ASPEN

COMMERCIAL - BASALT

GLENWOOD SPRINGS

Aspen Junction- Mountain Views (SFBUWBMVFGPSNJEWBMMFZCFESPPN TJOHMFGBNJMZIPNF.BHOJGJDFOUQBO PSBNJDWJFXTPWFSMPPLJOHUIF&NNB WBMMFZ3FNPEFMFELJUDIFO OFXDPVOUFS UPQT DBCJOFUT BOENPSF 4PVUIGBDJOH XJUIQMFOUZPGTVOBOEMJHIU $449,000 TOM CARR 970 379-9935 Leverich & Carr Real Estate XXXBTQFOSFJOGPDPN

FRONT ROW MISSOURI HEIGHTS )JHIVQPOUIFSJEHFUPDBQUVSFQBO PSBNJDWJFXTGSPN"TQFOUP(MFOXPPE 3FDFOUMZCVJMUCFESPPNCBUIIPNF XJUIXSBQBSPVOEFOUFSUBJOJOHEFDL .BJOMFWFMNBTUFSTVJUF4UFQTUPUIF )0"QPPM5FOOJT$PVSUTRVBSFGU $1,495,000 Renee Bowden 970.319.7780 Coldwell Banker Mason Morse SCBTQFO!IPUNBJMDPN XXXNBTPONPSTFDPN

420 &430 West Main Street .JYFEVTF[POFEDPNNFSDJBMQSPQFSUJFT 5IJTQSPQFSUZIBTNBOZEFWFMPQNFOU PQUJPOTJODMVEJOHQPTTJCMF5%3hT )JTUPSJDBMMPUTQMJUXJUI TRVBSFGFFU PGUPUBMEFWFMPQNFOUQPUFOUJBM 7JDUPSJBODVSSFOUMZVTFEBTPGGJDFCVU NBLFTBXPOEFSGVMGBNJMZIPNF 5IFPOMZWBDBOUMPUPO.BJO4U $6,950,000 Ruth Kruger 970-404-4000 / 970-920-4001 Kruger & Company

Downtown Ground Floor Office Space %PXOUPXO HSPVOEMFWFMDPNNFSDJBM PGGJDFTQBDF  TRGU OFYUUP4BYZhT $BGFPO.JEMBOE"WFOVF/FBSCZTUSFFU QBSLJOHGPPUDFJMJOHT TFBMFEDPODSFUF GMPPST1SJWBUFSFTUSPPN Triple Net Lease Approx. $3,500 per month (inclusive of triple net fees) TOM CARR 970 379-9935 Leverich & Carr Real Estate XXXBTQFOSFJOGPDPN

3 Gamba Drive BEAUTIFUL & LOW MAINTENANCE  TRGUUPXOIPNFXJUIVQHSBEFT UISPVHIPVUCFESPPNT CBUISPPNT -BSHFQBUJPBSFBXJUIGFODFECBDLZBSE -PXBOOVBM)0"EVFT

GLENWOOD SPRINGS

GLENWOOD SPRINGS

GLENWOOD SPRINGS

NEW CASTLE

NEW CASTLE

Bingo! This is it! tCFESPPNCBUIIPNF tMPDBUFEJONJMFBSFB tNJOVUFTUP4LJ4VOMJHIU tWJFXTPGUIF'MBUUPQTBOENJMFBSFB tPOPWFSÞBDSF /0)0"EVFT

RIVER MEADOWS MOBILE HOME PARK -07&-:#&%300. #"5))0.& 8*5)(3&"5%&$,"/%'&/$&%:"3% 4)"%&53&&4 4503"(&4)&% 3&$&/5-:3&.0%&-&%XJUI CBNCPPXPPEGMPPSTBOEUJMF

424 Hitching Post Lane WINNER - WINNER - CHICKEN DINNER

ENTERTAINER’S DELIGHT

MLS #127575 Price Reduced to $405,000 Tonya Nieslanik (970)379-9799 Vicki Lee Green Realtors XXXWMHSFBMUPSTDPN

DEED RESTRICTED TOWNHOME 8POEFSGVMMPDBUJPOOFBS $PNNVOJUZ$FOUFS 3BODITUZMFCFESPPNCBUI 8SBQBSPVOEQPSDIBOEDBSHBSBHF &YDFMMFOUDPOEJUJPODBMMGPSJOGP 0OEFFESFTUSJDUJPO $199,000 MLS # 127313 The Property Shop Marianne Ackerman 970-379-3546 Kathy Westley 970-379-8303

SILT - OPEN HOUSE

SNOWMASS

5PUUFSEPXO /PSUI#FESPPN CBUI TRGU

DBSEFUBDIFEHBSBHF'MFYJCMFGMPPS QMBO(SFBUBDUJWF MPDBM GBNJMZ OFJHICPSIPPE"TQFO4DIPPM%JTDUSJDU XXX3BJGJFDPNPS3BJGJF!3BJGJFDPN 1,130,000 Raifie Bass 970-948-7424 Aspen Sothebys I'ntl Realty

XXX,SVHFSBOE$PNQBOZDPN

MLS 125885 $59,000 Marianne Ackerman 379-3546 Kathy Westley 379-8303

16#-*$/05*$& 3&4("-&/"453&&5 '*/"-."+03%&7&-01.&/5"/%'*/"$0..&3$*"-%&4*(/3&7*&8

1122 Stoney Ridge Drive, Saturday 17th 11am-1pm Come and take a peak at 5 DIFFERENT HOUSES IN 1 LOCATION! 5BLFZPVSQJDL$IPPTFGSPNCSBOEOFX IPNFTXJUIUBTUFGVMGJOJTIFT PQFOGMPPS QMBOT BOEDPNGPSUBCMFMJWJOHTQBDFT &OKPZGPPUDFJMJOHTBOEMBSHFXJOEPXT UPUBLFJOUIFWJFXT MBOETDBQJOHBOEGVMM CVJMEFSXBSSBOUZMLS#126206 Priced from $229,000 Amy Luetke 970.618.4749 The Property Shop

Top of the World - Old Snowmass %JTDPWFSBIJEEFOHFNBUPQBTQFDUBDV MBSNFTB&OKPZFYQBOTJWFNPVOUBJO WJFXT5IJTQSJWBUFBDSFDPNQPVOEGFB UVSFTBMPHBOETUPOFNBJOSFTJEFODF B EFUBDIFECFESPPNBQBSUNFOU BDBS HBSBHFBOEBTFQBSBUFBSUJTUTUVEJP $1,345,000 TOM CARR 970 379-9935 Leverich & Carr Real Estate XXXBTQFOSFJOGPDPN

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

t#&%300. 0''*$&#"5) t4'IPNFCVJMUJO t'JSFQMBDF PQFOGMPPSQMBO HSFBUZBSE MLS #127449 Price Reduced $315,000 Michelle James Vicki Lee Green Realtors XXXWMHSFBMUPSTDPN 970-379-4997 XJUIJOUIF$PNNFSDJBM$PSF)JTUPSJD%JTUSJDUBOE 7JFXQMBOF3FWJFXBSFSFRVJSFE'PSGVSUIFSJOGPS NBUJPO DPOUBDU4BSB"EBNTBUUIF$JUZPG"TQFO $PNNVOJUZ%FWFMPQNFOU%FQBSUNFOU 4(B MFOB4U "TQFO $0    TBSBBE BNT!DJUZPGBTQFODPN T"OO.VMMJOT $IBJS "TQFO)JTUPSJD1SFTFSWBUJPO$PNNJTTJPO 1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFTPO/PWFNCFS  

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

&"45"41&/.&53010-*5"/%*453*$5 /PSUI.JMM4USFFU 4VJUF "TQFO $0 /05*$&0'#6%(&5

1VSTVBOUUP4FDUJPO % PGUIF*OUFSOBM 3FWFOVF$PEF OPUJDFJTIFSFCZHJWFOUIBUUIF BOOVBMSFQPSUGPSUIFUBYBCMFZFBSFOEFE%FDFN CFS  PG5IF#SFOUBOE$POOJF8BMESPO 'BNJMZ4UBS'PVOEBUJPO BQSJWBUFGPVOEBUJPO JT BWBJMBCMFBUUIF'PVOEBUJPOhTQSJODJQBMPGGJDFGPS JOTQFDUJPOEVSJOHCVTJOFTTIPVST BNUP QN .POEBZUISPVHI'SJEBZ GPSBOZDJUJ [FOXIPSFRVFTUTJUXJUIJOEBZTBGUFSUIF EBUFPGUIJTQVCMJDBUJPO5IF'PVOEBUJPOhTQSJODJ QBMPGGJDFJTMPDBUFEBU8FTU.BJO 4VJUF "TQFO $PMPSBEP 5FMFQIPOF 

/PUJDFJTIFSFCZHJWFOUIBUBQSPQPTFECVEHFU IBTCFFOTVCNJUUFEUPUIF&BTU"TQFO.FUSPQPMJ UBO%JTUSJDU "TQFO $PMPSBEPGPSUIFFOTVJOHZFBS PGBDPQZPGTVDIQSPQPTFECVEHFUIBTCFFO GJMFEJOUIFPGGJDFPG4)&3."/)08"3% --$ XIFSFUIFTBNFJTPQFOGPSQVCMJDJOTQFD UJPOTVDIQSPQPTFECVEHFUXJMMCFDPOTJEFSFEGPS BEPQUJPOBUUIFTQFDJBMNFFUJOHPGUIF#PBSEPG%J SFDUPSTGPSUIF&BTU"TQFO.FUSPQPMJUBO%JTUSJDUUP CFIFMEBU4)&3."/)08"3% --$ / .JMM4USFFU 4VJUF "TQFO $PMPSBEP PO %FDFNCFS  BUBN"OZJOUFSFTUFE FMFDUPSPGUIF&BTU"TQFO.FUSPQPMJUBO%JTUSJDUNBZ JOTQFDUUIFQSPQPTFECVEHFUBOEGJMFPSSFHJTUFS PCKFDUJPOTUIFSFUPBUUIFQVCMJDNFFUJOHPSQSJPS UIFSFUPCZDBMMJOH%JBOB&UUMJOHFSBU

1VCMJTIFEJO5IF"TQFO5JNFT/PWFNCFS  

1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFT/PWFNCFS  

16#-*$/05*$&

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

MLS#127653 $305,000 LaPriel Armijo 379-0992 Vicki Lee Green Realtors

t TRGUIPNFHSBOJUFIBSEXBSF t'FODFE QSJWBUF  TRGUMPU t'JSFQMBDFIPUUVC t$BTUMF7BMMFZ3BODI MLS#12016 $299,000 Michelle James Vicki Lee Green Realtors (970) 379-4997 16#-*$/05*$& 1VSTVBOUUP4FDUJPO % PGUIF*OUFSOBM3FWF OVF$PEF OPUJDFJTIFSFCZHJWFOUIBUUIFBOOVBM SFQPSUGPSUIFUBYBCMFZFBSFOEFE%FDFNCFS  PG5IF#SFOUBOE$POOJF8BMESPO'BNJMZ 4UBS'PVOEBUJPO BQSJWBUFGPVOEBUJPO JTBWBJMBCMF BUUIF'PVOEBUJPOhTQSJODJQBMPGGJDFGPSJOTQFDUJPO EVSJOHCVTJOFTTIPVST BNUPQN .POEBZUISPVHI'SJEBZ GPSBOZDJUJ[FOXIP SFRVFTUTJUXJUIJOEBZTBGUFSUIFEBUFPGUIJT QVCMJDBUJPO5IF'PVOEBUJPOhTQSJODJQBMPGGJDFJT MPDBUFEBU8FTU.BJO 4VJUF "TQFO $PMPSBEP 5FMFQIPOF 1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZPO.BSDI  <> 16#-*$/05*$& /"5*0/"-'03&455*.#&3'034"-& 8)*5&3*7&3/"5*0/"-'03&45 5IF4VOTIJOF4BMFJTMPDBUFEXJUIJO54 38 4FDUJPO 54 38 4FDUJPO54 38 4FDUJPO54 38 4FDUJPO1JULJO $PVOUZ $PMPSBEP5IF'PSFTU4FSWJDFXJMMSFDFJWF TFBMFECJETJOQVCMJDBU.FEJDJOF#PX3PVUU4VQFS WJTPSh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

16#-*$/05*$& 3&".&/%.&/5505)&$*5:0'"41&/ -"/%64&$0%&

1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZPO/PWFN CFS <> 

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

16#-*$/05*$& /05*$&*4)&3&#:(*7&/505)&(&/&3"16#-*$0'5)&'0--08*/(."55&340'*/ 5&3&453&("3%*/(5)&1*5,*/$06/5: #0"3%0'$06/5:$0..*44*0/&34

T.JDIBFM*SFMBOE .BZPS "TQFO$JUZ$PVODJM 1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFTPO/PWFNCFS  

p6OMFTTPUIFSXJTFOPUJGJFEBMMSFHVMBSBOETQFDJBM NFFUJOHTXJMMCFIFMEJOUIF#PBSEPG$PVOUZ$PN NJTTJPOFST 1MB[B0OF$POGFSFODF3PPN & .BJO4U "TQFO p"MMSFHVMBSNFFUJOHJUFNTCFHJOBUQN PS BTTPPOUIFSFBGUFSBTUIFDPOEVDUPGCVTJOFTTBM M P X T    $ I F D L  B H F O E B  B U IUUQXXXBTQFOQJULJODPNGPSNFFUJOHUJNFTGPS TQFDJBMNFFUJOHTPSDBMM p$PQJFTPGUIFGVMMUFYUPGBOZSFTPMVUJPO T BOEPS EJOBODF T SFGFSSFEUPBSFBWBJMBCMFEVSJOHSFHVMBS CVTJOFTTIPVST  JOUIF$MFSLBOE3F DPSEFShTPGGJDF &BTU.BJO4USFFU 4VJUF "TQFO $PMPSBEP

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

39


/05*$&0'16#-*$)&"3*/(4#&'03&5)& #0"3%0'$06/5:$0..*44*0/&340/ 8&%/&4%": /07&.#&3  3FTPMVUJPO4FUUJOH*OJUJBM"JSQPSU'FFTBOE$IBSHFT GPS 0SEJOBODF"QQSPWJOHUIF1VSDIBTFPG$PMVNCJOFT BU&ML3VO6OJUGPSUIF1JULJO$PVOUZ&NQMPZ FF)PVTJOH*OWFOUPSZBOE"VUIPSJ[JOHUIF$IBJSUP &YFDVUFUIF/FDFTTBSZ%PDVNFOUT

H 5IFQSPQFSUZJTMPDBUFEPO4PVUI4UBSXPPE%SJWF BOEJTMFHBMMZEFTDSJCFEBT-PU3 #MPDL4UBS XPPE4VCEJWJTJPO5IF4UBUF1BSDFM*EFOUJGJDBUJPO GPSUIFQSPQFSUZJT5IJTTJUF TQFDJGJDEFWFMPQNFOUQMBOHSBOUTBWFTUFEQSPQFS UZSJHIUQVSTVBOUUP5JUMF "SUJDMF $PMPSBEP 3FWJTFE4UBUVUFT 4$JOEZ)PVCFO $PNNVOJUZ%FWFMPQNFOU%JSFDUPS /05*$&0'16#-*$)&"3*/(4#&'03&5)& #0"3%0'"%+645.&/5

TBMFBOEPUIFSJUFNTBMMPXFECZMBX BOEXJMMJTTVF UPUIFQVSDIBTFSB$FSUJGJDBUFPG1VSDIBTF BMMBT QSPWJEFECZMBX 'JSTU1VCMJDBUJPO -BTU1VCMJDBUJPO /BNFPG1VCMJDBUJPO5IF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZ *'5)&4"-&%"5&*4$0/5*/6&%50" -"5&3%"5& 5)&%&"%-*/&50'*-&" /05*$&0'*/5&/550$63&#:5)04& 1"35*&4&/5*5-&%50$63&.":"-40#& &95&/%&%

/05*$&0''*/"-"%015*0/4#:5)&#0"3% 0'$06/5:$0..*44*0/&34"55)&'0- -08*/(%6-:/05*$&%16#-*$)&"3*/(4

3&:BSE4FUCBDL7BSJBODFGPS 3JWFS3PDL-BOF 8PPEZ$SFFL  $BTF

%"5& 5IPNBT$BSM0LFO 1VCMJD5SVTUFFJOBOEGPSUIF $PVOUZPG1JULJO 4UBUFPG$PMPSBEP #Z5JGGBOZ8BODVSB $IJFG%FQVUZ1VCMJD5SVTUFF

5IFGPMMPXJOH3FTPMVUJPOPO/PWFNCFS 

/05*$&*4)&3&#:(*7&/UIBUBQVCMJDIFBSJOH XJMMCFIFMEPO5VFTEBZ %FDFNCFS  UP CFHJOBUQN PSBTTPPOUIFSFBGUFSBTUIF DPOEVDUPGCVTJOFTTBMMPXT JOUIF$PNNJTTJPOFShT .FFUJOH3PPNJOUIF$PVSUIPVTF &BTU.BJO 4USFFU "TQFO CFGPSFUIF1JULJO$PVOUZ#PBSEPG "EKVTUNFOU UPDPOTJEFSBOBQQMJDBUJPOTVCNJUUFE CZ3PDL3JWFS1SPQFSUJFT --$ DP%BWJE+PIOTUPO "SDIJUFDU &BTU$PPQFS"WFOVF "TQFO $0  SFRVFTUJOHBGPPU'SPOU:BSE4FUCBDL WBSJBODFXIFSFGFFUJTSFRVJSFEPOUIJT BDSFQBSDFMJOUIF"3[POFEJTUSJDU UPDPOTUSVDU BOBEEJUJPOUPUIFTJOHMFGBNJMZSFTJEFODF5IF 4UBUF1BSDFM*EFOUJGJDBUJPO/VNCFSGPSUIJTQSPQFSUZ JT

5IFOBNF BEESFTT CVTJOFTTUFMFQIPOFOVNCFS BOECBSSFHJTUSBUJPOOVNCFSPGUIFBUUPSOFZ T

SFQSFTFOUJOHUIFMFHBMIPMEFSPGUIFJOEFCUFEOFTT JT 4UFWFO'-FUPGTLZ -FUPGTLZ%PNCSPXTLJ10#09 '3*4$0 $0   5IF"UUPSOFZBCPWFJTBDUJOHBTBEFCUDPMMFDUPS BOEJTBUUFNQUJOHUPDPMMFDUBEFCU"OZJOGPSNBUJPO QSPWJEFENBZCFVTFEGPSUIBUQVSQPTF "UUPSOFZ'JMF ¥1VCMJD5SVTUFFTh"TTPDJBUJPOPG$PMPSBEP3FWJTFE  1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFT/PWFNCFS BOE  BOE%FDFNCFS    

3FTPMVUJPO"DDFQUJOHB(SBOU0GGFSGSPNUIF$PN NVOJUZ0GGJDFGPS3FTPVSDF&GGJDJFODZ 5IFGPMMPXJOH0SEJOBODFPO/PWFNCFS  0SEJOBODF/P  "NFOEJOH5JUMF 3PBET BOE1VCMJD1MBDFT PGUIF1JULJO$PVOUZ$PEFCZ "EEJOHB/FX4FDUJPO5JUMFE"EESFTT4UBO EBSET +FBOFUUF+POFT %FQVUZ$PVOUZ$MFSL 1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZPO/PWFN CFS  

16#-*$/05*$& /05*$&*4)&3&#:(*7&/505)&(&/&3"16#-*$0'5)&'0--08*/(."55&340'*/ 5&3&453&("3%*/(5)&1*5,*/$06/5: #0"3%0'$06/5:$0..*44*0/&34 p6OMFTTPUIFSXJTFOPUJGJFEBMMSFHVMBSBOETQFDJBM NFFUJOHTXJMMCFIFMEJOUIF#PBSEPG$PVOUZ$PN NJTTJPOFST 1MB[B0OF$POGFSFODF3PPN & .BJO4U "TQFO p"MMSFHVMBSNFFUJOHJUFNTCFHJOBUQN PS BTTPPOUIFSFBGUFSBTUIFDPOEVDUPGCVTJOFTTBM M P X T    $ I F D L  B H F O E B  B U IUUQXXXBTQFOQJULJODPNPSDBMMGPS NFFUJOHUJNFTGPSTQFDJBMNFFUJOHT p$PQJFTPGUIFGVMMUFYUPGBOZSFTPMVUJPO T BOEPS EJOBODF T SFGFSSFEUPBSFBWBJMBCMFEVSJOHSFHVMBS CVTJOFTTIPVST  JOUIF$MFSLBOE3F DPSEFSh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fBOE$34 f 5IFTUBUVUPSZWFTUFESJHIUTHSBOUFE IFSFJOTIBMMFYQJSFPO4FQUFNCFS  5IFGPMMPXJOH3FTPMVUJPO T PO0DUPCFS  3FTPMVUJPO/P(SBOUJOH$PODFQUVBM 4VCEJWJTJPOBOE1MBOOFE6OJU%FWFMPQNFOU"Q QSPWBMGPS-F$IBNPOJY"TTPDJBUJPO*ODPSQPSBUFE BUUIF-F$IBNPOJY.VMUJ'BNJMZ)PVTJOH$PNQMFY 6OJUTUISPVHI 3FTPMVUJPO/P (SBOUJOH"QQSPWBMUP $PNQBTT 8$$1*--$BOE8$$1--$GPSBO "NFOENFOUUPUIF$PNQBTTBOE"TQFO$PNNV OJUZ4DIPPM16# 1VCMJD .BTUFS1MBO"NFOE NFOUTUPUIF"DUJWJUZ&OWFMPQFTPO$PNQBTT1BS DFMTBOEBOE"NFOENFOUUPUIF3FTPMVUJPO /PhTBOE4VCEJWJTJPO&YFNQ UJPOGPS-PU-JOF"EKVTUNFOUTBOE&YUFOTJPOPG 7FTUFE3JHIUTGPSQSPQFSUZEFTDSJCFEBT$PNQBTT QBSDFMT  BOEBTTIPXOPOUIF'JSTU"NFOE FE4VCEJWJTJPO&YFNQUJPO1MBUSFDPSEFEJO1MBU #PPLBU1BHFT 4UBUVUPSZWFTUFESJHIUTGPSUIFBQQSPWBMDPOUBJOFE IFSFJOBSFHSBOUFEQVSTVBOUUPUIF1JULJO$PVOUZ -BOE6TF$PEFBOE$PMPSBEP4UBUVUFT TVCKFDUUP UIFFYDFQUJPOTTFUGPSUIJOUIF1JULJO$PVOUZ-BOE 6TF$PEFfBOE$34f5IF TUBUVUPSZWFTUFESJHIUTHSBOUFEIFSFJOGPS1BSDFMT BOETIBMMFYQJSFPO"QSJM  5IFGPMMPXJOH0SEJOBODF T PO0DUPCFS  0SEJOBODF/P "NFOEJOH5JUMFPGUIF 1JULJO$PVOUZ$PEF 4QFDJGJDBMMZUIF-BOE 6TF$PEFGPS-BOE6TF$PEF5FYU"NFOENFOUT 0SEJOBODF/P 3F[POJOHUIF-F $IBNPOJY.VMUJ'BNJMZ)PVTJOH$PNQMFY 6OJUT UISPVHI GSPN"3UP3.' 0SEJOBODF/P3F[POJOHB1PSUJPOPGUIF $PNQBTT4DIPPM1BSDFMGSPN1VCMJD 16# UP 34BOEB1PSUJPOPG1BSDFM $PNQBTT 4VCEJWJTJPO&YFNQUJPO GSPN34UP1VCMJD 16#

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

40

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

'PSGVSUIFSJOGPSNBUJPODPOUBDU+PBOOB4DIBGGOFSBU UIF1JULJO$PNNVOJUZ%FWFMPQNFOU%FQBSUNFOU   1JULJO$PVOUZ#PBSEPG"EKVTUNFOU +FBOFUUF+POFT %FQVUZ$PVOUZ$MFSL 1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZPO /PWFNCFS  

$0.#*/&%/05*$&16#-*$"5*0/ $34f'03&$-0463& 4"-&/0 5P8IPN*U.BZ$PODFSO5IJT/PUJDFJTHJWFOXJUI SFHBSEUPUIFGPMMPXJOHEFTDSJCFE%FFEPG5SVTU 0O4FQUFNCFS  UIFVOEFSTJHOFE1VCMJD 5SVTUFFDBVTFEUIF/PUJDFPG&MFDUJPOBOE%F NBOESFMBUJOHUPUIF%FFEPG5SVTUEFTDSJCFECF MPXUPCFSFDPSEFEJOUIF$PVOUZPG1JULJOSFDPSET 0SJHJOBM(SBOUPS T

3PTFEPO)PMEJOH$PNQBOZ-JNJUFE1BSUOFSTIJQ 0SJHJOBM#FOFGJDJBSZ JFT

/FYU4UBS'VOEJOH *OD $VSSFOU)PMEFSPG&WJEFODFPG%FCU *OEFQFOEFOU.PSUHBHF$PNQBOZ %BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU %FDFNCFS  $PVOUZPG3FDPSEJOH 1JULJO 3FDPSEJOH%BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU +BOVBSZ  3FDPSEJOH*OGPSNBUJPO 3FDFQUJPO/VNCFS

 +BOVBSZ  3F3FDPSEJOH*OGPSNBUJPO 3FDFQUJPO/VNCFS

 3F3FDPSEJOH%BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU 0SJHJOBM1SJODJQBM"NPVOU   0VUTUBOEJOH1SJODJQBM#BMBODF   1VSTVBOUUP$34f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hIFJSTBOEBTTJHOTUIFSFJO GPSUIFQVSQPTFPGQBZJOHUIFJOEFCUFEOFTT QSPWJEFEJOTBJE&WJEFODFPG%FCUTFDVSFECZUIF %FFEPG5SVTU QMVTBUUPSOFZThGFFT UIFFYQFOTFTPG â&#x153;¦

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

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

16#-*$/05*$& 3&".&/%.&/5505)&$*5:0'"41&/ -"/%64&$0%& /05*$&*4)&3&#:(*7&/UIBUBQVCMJDIFBSJOH XJMMCFIFMEPO.POEBZ %FDFNCFS  BUB NFFUJOHUPCFHJOBUQNCFGPSFUIF"TQFO $JUZ$PVODJM $PVODJM$IBNCFST $JUZ)BMM 4 (BMFOB4U "TQFO UPDPOTJEFSBOBNFOENFOUUP UIFUFYUPGUIF-BOE6TF$PEFSFMBUFEUPDFSUJGJ DBUFTPGBGGPSEBCMFIPVTJOHDSFEJU5IFBNFOE NFOUXPVMEQFSNJUDFSUJGJDBUFTPGEJGGFSFOUIPVTJOH DBUFHPSZEFTJHOBUJPOUPCFFYDIBOHFE'PSGVS UIFSJOGPSNBUJPO DPOUBDU$ISJT#FOEPOBUUIF$JUZ PG"TQFO$PNNVOJUZ%FWFMPQNFOU%FQBSUNFOU 4(BMFOB4U "TQFO $0    DISJTCFOEPO!DJUZPGBTQFODPN T.JDIBFM*SFMBOE .BZPS "TQFO$JUZ$PVODJM 1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFTPO/PWFNCFS  

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hTPGGJDF &BTU.BJO4USFFU 4VJUF "TQFO $PMPSBEP /05*$&0'16#-*$)&"3*/(4#&'03&5)& #0"3%0'$06/5:$0..*44*0/&340/ 8&%/&4%": %&$&.#&3  3FTPMVUJPO"QQSPWJOHUIF"TQFO1JULJO $PVOUZ"JSQPSU.BTUFS1MBO6QEBUF%SBGU'JOBM 3FQPSUBOE"VUIPSJ[JOH4VCNJTTJPOPGUIF %PDVNFOUUPUIF'""GPS3FWJFX 3FTPMVUJPO"VUIPSJ[JOHUIF1JULJO$PVOUZ $PNNJTTJPOFSTUP&OUFSJOUPBO*OUFSHPWFSONFOUBM "HSFFNFOUXJUI4OPXNBTT8BUFSBOE4BOJUBUJPO %JTUSJDUGPS.BJOUFOBODFBOE3FQBJSUPUIF%JTUSJDUhT 7FIJDMFT 3FTPMVUJPO"VUIPSJ[JOHUIF1JULJO$PVOUZ $PNNJTTJPOFSTUP&OUFSJOUPBO*OUFSHPWFSONFOUBM "HSFFNFOUXJUI"TQFO'JSF1SPUFDUJPO%JTUSJDUGPS .BJOUFOBODFBOE3FQBJSBOE4VQQMZPG'VFMTUPUIF %JTUSJDUhT7FIJDMFT +FBOFUUF+POFT %FQVUZ$PVOUZ$MFSL 1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZPO/PWFN CFS <>

16#-*$/05*$& /05*$&0'#6%(&5 /05*$&*4)&3&#:(*7&/UIBUBCVEHFUIBT CFFOTVCNJUUFEUP"TQFO)JTUPSJD1BSLBOE3FDSF BUJPO%JTUSJDUGPSUIFZFBSPG"DPQZPGTVDI QSPQPTFECVEHFUIBTCFFOGJMFEJOUIFBDDPVO UBOUhTPGGJDFPG"TQFO)JTUPSJD1BSLBOE3FDSFBUJPO %JTUSJDUXIFSFTBNFJTPQFOGPSQVCMJDJOTQFDUJPO 4VDIQSPQPTFECVEHFUXJMMCFDPOTJEFSFEBUB NFFUJOHPGUIF#PBSEPG%JSFDUPSTUPCFIFMEBUUIF $BSSJBHF)PVTF 8FTU#MFFLFS4USFFU "TQFO 1JULJO$PVOUZ $PMPSBEP PO5IVSTEBZ /PWFNCFS   BU"."OZJOUFSFTUFEFMFDUPSPG "TQFO)JTUPSJD1BSLBOE3FDSFBUJPO%JTUSJDUNBZ JOTQFDUUIFQSPQPTFECVEHFUBUUIF"TQFO)JTUPSJ DBM4PDJFUZPGGJDFMPDBUFEBUUIF$BSSJBHF)PVTF 8FTU#MFFLFS4USFFU "TQFO $PMPSBEP BOEGJMF PSSFHJTUFSBOZPCKFDUJPOTBUBOZUJNFQSJPSUPUIFGJ OBMBEPQUJPOPGUIFCVEHFU #:03%&30'5)&#0"3%0'%*3&$5034 "41&/)*4503*$1"3, "/%3&$3&"5*0/%*453*$5 #Z&SJD8FBWFS %JTUSJDU"DDPVOUBOU 1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZPO/PWFN CFS <>

16#-*$/05*$& $0.#*/&%/05*$&16#-*$"5*0/ $34f'03&$-0463& 4"-&/0 5P8IPN*U.BZ$PODFSO5IJT/PUJDFJTHJWFOXJUI SFHBSEUPUIFGPMMPXJOHEFTDSJCFE%FFEPG5SVTU 0O"VHVTU  UIFVOEFSTJHOFE1VCMJD5SVTU FFDBVTFEUIF/PUJDFPG&MFDUJPOBOE%FNBOESF MBUJOHUPUIF%FFEPG5SVTUEFTDSJCFECFMPXUPCF SFDPSEFEJOUIF$PVOUZPG1JULJOSFDPSET 0SJHJOBM(SBOUPS T (3&((4)&..*/( 0SJHJOBM#FOFGJDJBSZ JFT

.035("(&&-&$530/*$3&(*453"5*0/ 4:45&. */$"$5*/(40-&-:"4/0.*/&& '03"''*-*"5&%'*/"/$*"-(3061 */$ $VSSFOU)PMEFSPG&WJEFODFPG%FCU $*5*.035("(& */$ %BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU0DUPCFS  $PVOUZPG3FDPSEJOH1JULJO 3FDPSEJOH%BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU /PWFNCFS  3FDPSEJOH*OGPSNBUJPO 3FDFQUJPO/VNCFS

 0SJHJOBM1SJODJQBM"NPVOU  0VUTUBOEJOH1SJODJQBM#BMBODF  1VSTVBOUUP$34f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hIFJSTBOEBTTJHOTUIFSFJO GPSUIF QVSQPTFPGQBZJOHUIFJOEFCUFEOFTTQSPWJEFEJO TBJE&WJEFODFPG%FCUTFDVSFECZUIF%FFEPG 5SVTU QMVTBUUPSOFZThGFFT UIFFYQFOTFTPGTBMF BOEPUIFSJUFNTBMMPXFECZMBX BOEXJMMJTTVFUP UIFQVSDIBTFSB$FSUJGJDBUFPG1VSDIBTF BMMBTQSP WJEFECZMBX 'JSTU1VCMJDBUJPO -BTU1VCMJDBUJPO /BNFPG1VCMJDBUJPO5IF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZ

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

16#-*$/05*$& 3&".&/%.&/5505)&$*5:0'"41&/ -"/%64&$0%& /05*$&*4)&3&#:(*7&/UIBUBQVCMJDIFBSJOH XJMMCFIFMEPO.POEBZ %FDFNCFS  BUB NFFUJOHUPCFHJOBUQNCFGPSFUIF"TQFO $JUZ$PVODJM $PVODJM$IBNCFST $JUZ)BMM 4 (BMFOB4U "TQFO UPEFUFSNJOFJGBNFOENFOUTUP UIFUFYUPGUIF-BOE6TF$PEFTIPVMECFQVSTVFE 5IFQPUFOUJBMBNFOENFOUTXPVMEBEESFTTUIFTJHO DPEFBOEQVCMJDBNFOJUZTQBDF'PSGVSUIFSJOGPS NBUJPO DPOUBDU+JN1PNFSPZBUUIF$JUZPG"TQFO $PNNVOJUZ%FWFMPQNFOU%FQBSUNFOU 4(B MFOB4U "TQFO $0    KJNQPNFS PZ!DJUZPGBTQFODPN T.JDIBFM*SFMBOE .BZPS "TQFO$JUZ$PVODJM 1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFTPO/PWFNCFSUI  

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f'03&$-0463& 4"-&/0 5P8IPN*U.BZ$PODFSO5IJT/PUJDFJTHJWFOXJUI SFHBSEUPUIFGPMMPXJOHEFTDSJCFE%FFEPG5SVTU 0O4FQUFNCFS  UIFVOEFSTJHOFE1VCMJD 5SVTUFFDBVTFEUIF/PUJDFPG&MFDUJPOBOE%F NBOESFMBUJOHUPUIF%FFEPG5SVTUEFTDSJCFECF MPXUPCFSFDPSEFEJOUIF$PVOUZPG1JULJOSFDPSET 0SJHJOBM(SBOUPS T

.BSL4IBDLFMGPSEBOE-PSJ4IBDLFMGPSE 0SJHJOBM#FOFGJDJBSZ JFT

.PSUHBHF&MFDUSPOJD3FHJTUSBUJPO4ZTUFNT *OD BTOPNJOFFGPS& 5SBEF8IPMFTBMF-FOEJOH$PSQ $VSSFOU)PMEFSPG&WJEFODFPG%FCU& 5SBEF#BOL %BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU.BZ  $PVOUZPG3FDPSEJOH1JULJO 3FDPSEJOH%BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU.BZ  3FDPSEJOH*OGPSNBUJPO 3FDFQUJPO/VNCFS

 0SJHJOBM1SJODJQBM"NPVOU  0VUTUBOEJOH1SJODJQBM#BMBODF  1VSTVBOUUP$34f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hIFJSTBOEBTTJHOTUIFSFJO GPSUIFQVSQPTFPGQBZJOHUIFJOEFCUFEOFTTQSPWJE FEJOTBJE&WJEFODFPG%FCUTFDVSFECZUIF%FFEPG 5SVTU QMVTBUUPSOFZThGFFT UIFFYQFOTFTPGTBMF BOEPUIFSJUFNTBMMPXFECZMBX BOEXJMMJTTVFUP UIFQVSDIBTFSB$FSUJGJDBUFPG1VSDIBTF BMMBT QSPWJEFECZMBX 'JSTU1VCMJDBUJPO -BTU1VCMJDBUJPO /BNFPG1VCMJDBUJPO5IF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZ *'5)&4"-&%"5&*4$0/5*/6&%50" -"5&3%"5& 5)&%&"%-*/&50'*-&" /05*$&0'*/5&/550$63&#:5)04& 1"35*&4&/5*5-&%50$63&.":"-40#& &95&/%&% %"5& 5IPNBT$BSM0LFO 1VCMJD5SVTUFF JOBOEGPSUIF$PVOUZPG1JULJO 4UBUFPG$PMPSBEP #Z5JGGBOZ8BODVSB $IJFG%FQVUZ1VCMJD5SVTUFF 5IFOBNF BEESFTT CVTJOFTTUFMFQIPOFOVNCFS BOECBSSFHJTUSBUJPOOVNCFSPGUIFBUUPSOFZ T

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f'03&$-0463& 4"-&/0 5P8IPN*U.BZ$PODFSO5IJT/PUJDFJTHJWFOXJUI SFHBSEUPUIFGPMMPXJOHEFTDSJCFE%FFEPG5SVTU 0O"VHVTU  UIFVOEFSTJHOFE1VCMJD5SVTU FFDBVTFEUIF/PUJDFPG&MFDUJPOBOE%FNBOESF MBUJOHUPUIF%FFEPG5SVTUEFTDSJCFECFMPXUPCF SFDPSEFEJOUIF$PVOUZPG1JULJOSFDPSET 0SJHJOBM(SBOUPS T 1&((:+0)&--&3 0SJHJOBM#FOFGJDJBSZ JFT

(3*''*/'*/"/$*"-.035("(& --$ $VSSFOU)PMEFSPG&WJEFODFPG%FCU (&/&3"5*0/.035("(&$0.1"/: %BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU+BOVBSZ  $PVOUZPG3FDPSEJOH1JULJO 3FDPSEJOH%BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU +BOVBSZ  3FDPSEJOH*OGPSNBUJPO 3FDFQUJPO/VNCFS

 0SJHJOBM1SJODJQBM"NPVOU  0VUTUBOEJOH1SJODJQBM#BMBODF  1VSTVBOUUP$34f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

"1/ "MTPLOPXOCZTUSFFUBOEOVNCFSBT 7*/&453&&5 "41&/ $0 /05*$&0'4"-& 5IFDVSSFOUIPMEFSPGUIF&WJEFODFPG%FCUTFDVSFE CZUIF%FFEPG5SVTU EFTDSJCFEIFSFJO IBTGJMFE /PUJDFPG&MFDUJPOBOE%FNBOEGPSTBMFBTQSPWJEFE CZMBXBOEJOTBJE%FFEPG5SVTU 5)&3&'03& /PUJDF*T)FSFCZ(JWFOUIBU*XJMMBU QVCMJDBVDUJPO BU".PO8FEOFTEBZ  BU1JULJO$PVOUZ$PVSUIPVTF BUUIF TPVUIGSPOUEPPS &.BJO4U "TQFO $PMPSBEP TFMMUPUIFIJHIFTUBOECFTUCJEEFSGPSDBTI UIF TBJESFBMQSPQFSUZBOEBMMJOUFSFTUPGUIFTBJE (SBOUPS T (SBOUPS T hIFJSTBOEBTTJHOTUIFSFJO GPSUIFQVSQPTFPGQBZJOHUIFJOEFCUFEOFTT QSPWJEFEJOTBJE&WJEFODFPG%FCUTFDVSFECZUIF %FFEPG5SVTU QMVTBUUPSOFZTh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

SFQSFTFOUJOHUIFMFHBMIPMEFSPGUIFJOEFCUFEOFTT JT3PCFSU+"SPOPXJU[ &NJMZ+FOTJL $BUIFSJOF")JMESFUI +PBO0MTPO -JTB$BODBOPO .POJDB,BESNBT +FOOJGFS)5SBDIUF "SPOPXJU[.FDLMFOCVSH --1 #BOOPDL4USFFU %FOWFS $0  "UUPSOFZ'JMF 5IF"UUPSOFZBCPWFJTBDUJOHBTBEFCU DPMMFDUPSBOEJTBUUFNQUJOHUPDPMMFDUBEFCU "OZJOGPSNBUJPOQSPWJEFENBZCFVTFEGPSUIBU QVSQPTF 1 V C M J T I F E  J O  U I F " T Q F O  5 J N F T  8 F F L M Z P O /PWFNCFS     <> 16#-*$/05*$& $0.#*/&%/05*$&16#-*$"5*0/ $34f'03&$-0463& 4"-&/0 5P8IPN*U.BZ$PODFSO5IJT/PUJDFJTHJWFOXJUI SFHBSEUPUIFGPMMPXJOHEFTDSJCFE%FFEPG5SVTU 0O"VHVTU  UIFVOEFSTJHOFE1VCMJD5SVTU FFDBVTFEUIF/PUJDFPG&MFDUJPOBOE%FNBOESF MBUJOHUPUIF%FFEPG5SVTUEFTDSJCFECFMPXUPCF SFDPSEFEJOUIF$PVOUZPG1JULJOSFDPSET 0SJHJOBM(SBOUPS T +0)/364)*/( 0SJHJOBM#FOFGJDJBSZ JFT

.035("(&&-&$530/*$3&(*453"5*0/ 4:45&. */$"$5*/(40-&-:"4/0.*/&& '03$)&33:$3&&,.035("(&$0 */$ $VSSFOU)PMEFSPG&WJEFODFPG%FCU +1.03("/$)"4&#"/, /"5*0/"-"440$*"5*0/ %BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU0DUPCFS  $PVOUZPG3FDPSEJOH1JULJO 3FDPSEJOH%BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU /PWFNCFS  3FDPSEJOH*OGPSNBUJPO 3FDFQUJPO/VNCFS

 0SJHJOBM1SJODJQBM"NPVOU  0VUTUBOEJOH1SJODJQBM#BMBODF  1VSTVBOUUP$34f  J ZPVBSFIFSF CZOPUJGJFEUIBUUIFDPWFOBOUTPGUIFEFFEPG USVTUIBWFCFFOWJPMBUFEBTGPMMPXTGBJMVSFUP QBZQSJODJQBMBOEJOUFSFTUXIFOEVFUPHFUIFSXJUI BMMPUIFSQBZNFOUTQSPWJEFEGPSJOUIFFWJEFODFPG EFCUTFDVSFECZUIFEFFEPGUSVTUBOEPUIFSWJPMB UJPOTUIFSFPG 5)&-*&/'03&$-04&%.":/05#&"'*345 -*&/5)&1301&35:%&4$3*#&%)&3&*/*4 "--0'5)&1301&35:$633&/5-:&/$6. #&3&%#:5)&-*&/0'5)&%&&%0'53645 5IFQSPQFSUZUPCFGPSFDMPTFEJT 6/*5 5)&$0-6.#*/&4"5&-,36/ 4&$0/%'*-*/( "$$03%*/(505)&1-"5 5)&3&0'3&$03%&%*/1-"5#00,"5 1"(&$06/5:0'1*5,*/ 45"5&0' $0-03"%0 "MTPLOPXOCZTUSFFUBOEOVNCFSBT 83&/$0635 #"4"-5 $0 /05*$&0'4"-& 5IFDVSSFOUIPMEFSPGUIF&WJEFODFPG%FCUTF DVSFECZUIF%FFEPG5SVTU EFTDSJCFEIFSFJO IBT GJMFE/PUJDFPG&MFDUJPOBOE%FNBOEGPSTBMFBT QSPWJEFECZMBXBOEJOTBJE%FFEPG5SVTU 5)&3&'03& /PUJDF*T)FSFCZ(JWFOUIBU*XJMMBU QVCMJDBVDUJPO BU".PO8FEOFTEBZ  BU1JULJO$PVOUZ$PVSUIPVTF BUUIF TPVUIGSPOUEPPS &.BJO4U "TQFO $PMPSBEP TFMMUPUIFIJHIFTUBOECFTUCJEEFSGPSDBTI UIF TBJESFBMQSPQFSUZBOEBMMJOUFSFTUPGUIFTBJE(SBOU PS T (SBOUPS T hIFJSTBOEBTTJHOTUIFSFJO GPSUIF QVSQPTFPGQBZJOHUIFJOEFCUFEOFTTQSPWJEFEJO TBJE&WJEFODFPG%FCUTFDVSFECZUIF%FFEPG 5SVTU QMVTBUUPSOFZThGFFT UIFFYQFOTFTPGTBMF BOEPUIFSJUFNTBMMPXFECZMBX BOEXJMMJTTVFUP UIFQVSDIBTFSB$FSUJGJDBUFPG1VSDIBTF BMMBTQSP WJEFECZMBX 'JSTU1VCMJDBUJPO -BTU1VCMJDBUJPO /BNFPG1VCMJDBUJPO5IF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZ *'5)&4"-&%"5&*4$0/5*/6&%50"-"5 &3%"5& 5)&%&"%-*/&50'*-&"/05*$& 0'*/5&/550$63&#:5)04&1"35*&4&/ 5*5-&%50$63&.":"-40#&&95&/%&% %"5& 5IPNBT$BSM0LFO 1VCMJD5SVTUFF JOBOEGPSUIF$PVOUZPG1JULJO 4UBUFPG$PMPSBEP #Z5JGGBOZ8BODVSB $IJFG%FQVUZ1VCMJD5SVTUFF 5IFOBNF BEESFTT CVTJOFTTUFMFQIPOFOVNCFS BOECBSSFHJTUSBUJPOOVNCFSPGUIFBUUPSOFZ T SFQ SFTFOUJOHUIFMFHBMIPMEFSPGUIFJOEFCUFEOFTTJT 3PCFSU+"SPOPXJU[

&NJMZ+FOTJL $BUIFSJOF")JMESFUI +PBO0MTPO -JTB$BODBOPO .POJDB,BESNBT +FOOJGFS)5SBDIUF "SPOPXJU[.FDLMFOCVSH --1 #BOOPDL4USFFU %FOWFS $0  "UUPSOFZ'JMF 5IF"UUPSOFZBCPWFJTBDUJOHBTBEFCU DPMMFDUPSBOEJTBUUFNQUJOHUPDPMMFDUBEFCU "OZJOGPSNBUJPOQSPWJEFENBZCFVTFEGPSUIBU QVSQPTF 1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZPO/PWFN CFS     <>

16#-*$/05*$& $0.#*/&%/05*$&16#-*$"5*0/ $34f'03&$-0463& 4"-&/0 5P8IPN*U.BZ$PODFSO5IJT/PUJDFJTHJWFOXJUI SFHBSEUPUIFGPMMPXJOHEFTDSJCFE%FFEPG5SVTU 0O"VHVTU  UIFVOEFSTJHOFE1VCMJD5SVTU FFDBVTFEUIF/PUJDFPG&MFDUJPOBOE%FNBOESF MBUJOHUPUIF%FFEPG5SVTUEFTDSJCFECFMPXUPCF SFDPSEFEJOUIF$PVOUZPG1JULJOSFDPSET 0SJHJOBM(SBOUPS T

/*$0-&.4&#&/"-&3"/%+&''3&:+-"1*/ 0SJHJOBM#FOFGJDJBSZ JFT

30"3*/('03,.035("(&(3061*/$ $VSSFOU)PMEFSPG&WJEFODFPG%FCU +1.03("/$)"4&#"/, /"5*0/"-"440$*"5*0/ %BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU+BOVBSZ  $PVOUZPG3FDPSEJOH1JULJO 3FDPSEJOH%BUFPG%FFEPG5SVTU +BOVBSZ  3FDPSEJOH*OGPSNBUJPO 3FDFQUJPO/VNCFS

 0SJHJOBM1SJODJQBM"NPVOU  0VUTUBOEJOH1SJODJQBM#BMBODF  QVSTVBOUUP-PBO.PEJGJDBUJPO "HSFFNFOU&GGFDUJWF.BSDI  1VSTVBOUUP$34f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

16#-*$/05*$& $0.#*/&%/05*$&16#-*$"5*0/ $34f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

 0SJHJOBM1SJODJQBM"NPVOU  0VUTUBOEJOH1SJODJQBM#BMBODF  1VSTVBOUUP$34f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hIFJSTBOEBTTJHOTUIFSFJO GPSUIFQVSQPTFPGQBZJOHUIFJOEFCUFEOFTT QSPWJEFEJOTBJE&WJEFODFPG%FCUTFDVSFECZUIF %FFEPG5SVTU QMVTBUUPSOFZThGFFT UIFFYQFOTFTPG TBMFBOEPUIFSJUFNTBMMPXFECZMBX BOEXJMMJTTVF UPUIFQVSDIBTFSB$FSUJGJDBUFPG1VSDIBTF BMMBT QSPWJEFECZMBX 'JSTU1VCMJDBUJPO -BTU1VCMJDBUJPO /BNFPG1VCMJDBUJPO5IF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZ *'5)&4"-&%"5&*4$0/5*/6&%50" -"5&3%"5& 5)&%&"%-*/&50'*-&" /05*$&0'*/5&/550$63&#:5)04& 1"35*&4&/5*5-&%50$63&.":"-40#& &95&/%&% %"5& 5IPNBT$BSM0LFO 1VCMJD5SVTUFF JOBOEGPSUIF$PVOUZPG1JULJO 4UBUFPG$PMPSBEP #Z5JGGBOZ8BODVSB $IJFG%FQVUZ1VCMJD5SVTUFF

/05*$&0'4"-& 5IFDVSSFOUIPMEFSPGUIF&WJEFODFPG%FCUTFDVSFE CZUIF%FFEPG5SVTU EFTDSJCFEIFSFJO IBTGJMFE /PUJDFPG&MFDUJPOBOE%FNBOEGPSTBMFBTQSPWJEFE CZMBXBOEJOTBJE%FFEPG5SVTU 5)&3&'03& /PUJDF*T)FSFCZ(JWFOUIBU*XJMMBU QVCMJDBVDUJPO BU".PO8FEOFTEBZ  BU1JULJO$PVOUZ$PVSUIPVTF BUUIF TPVUIGSPOUEPPS &.BJO4U "TQFO $PMPSBEP TFMMUPUIFIJHIFTUBOECFTUCJEEFSGPSDBTI UIF TBJESFBMQSPQFSUZBOEBMMJOUFSFTUPGUIFTBJE (SBOUPS T (SBOUPS T hIFJSTBOEBTTJHOTUIFSFJO GPSUIFQVSQPTFPGQBZJOHUIFJOEFCUFEOFTT QSPWJEFEJOTBJE&WJEFODFPG%FCUTFDVSFECZUIF %FFEPG5SVTU QMVTBUUPSOFZThGFFT UIFFYQFOTFTPG TBMFBOEPUIFSJUFNTBMMPXFECZMBX BOEXJMMJTTVF UPUIFQVSDIBTFSB$FSUJGJDBUFPG1VSDIBTF BMMBT QSPWJEFECZMBX

5IFOBNF BEESFTT CVTJOFTTUFMFQIPOFOVNCFS BOECBSSFHJTUSBUJPOOVNCFSPGUIFBUUPSOFZ T

SFQSFTFOUJOHUIFMFHBMIPMEFSPGUIFJOEFCUFEOFTT JT $BSFO+BDPCT$BTUMF +FOOJGFS$3PHFST "MJTPO-#FSSZ $BNJMMF:)BSMBO %FBOOF34UPEEFO $ISJTUPQIFS5(SPFO $ZOUIJB-PXSFZ &MJ[BCFUI4.BSDVT ,JNCFSMZ-.BSUJOF[ 3FBHBO-BSLJO $BTUMF4UBXJBSTLJ--$ 5)45  %&/7&3 $0  "UUPSOFZ'JMF 5IF"UUPSOFZBCPWFJTBDUJOHBTBEFCUDPMMFDUPS BOEJTBUUFNQUJOHUPDPMMFDUBEFCU"OZJOGPSNBUJPO QSPWJEFENBZCFVTFEGPSUIBUQVSQPTF

'JSTU1VCMJDBUJPO -BTU1VCMJDBUJPO /BNFPG1VCMJDBUJPO5IF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZ

1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFT8FFLMZPO/PWFN CFS   %FDFNCFS   <>

*'5)&4"-&%"5&*4$0/5*/6&%50" -"5&3%"5& 5)&%&"%-*/&50'*-&" /05*$&0'*/5&/550$63&#:5)04& 1"35*&4&/5*5-&%50$63&.":"-40#& &95&/%&% %"5& 5IPNBT$BSM0LFO 1VCMJD5SVTUFF JOBOEGPSUIF$PVOUZPG1JULJO 4UBUFPG$PMPSBEP #Z5JGGBOZ8BODVSB $IJFG%FQVUZ1VCMJD5SVTUFF

%BZ$PNNFOU1FSJPE -FHBM/PUJDFGPS%FDJTJPONFNPT 16#-*$/05*$& 64%"'03&454&37*$& 8IJUF3JWFS/BUJPOBM'PSFTU "TQFO4PQSJT3BOHFS%JTUSJDU 0QQPSUVOJUZUP$PNNFOUPOWBSJPVTQSPKFDUT POUIF"TQFOBOE4PQSJT3BOHFS%JTUSJDUTPGUIF 8IJUF3JWFS/BUJPOBM'PSFTU 5IF'PSFTU4FSWJDF 8IJUF3JWFS/BUJPOBM'PSFTU "TQFOBOE4PQSJT3BOHFS%JTUSJDUTBSFQSFQBSJOH %FDJTJPO.FNPTGPSUIFGPMMPXJOHQSPQPTBMT p)PMZ$SPTT&OFSHZ6OEFSHSPVOEQPXFSMJOFVQ HSBEF 8PPE3VOBSFBBU4OPXNBTT7JMMBHF SF QMBDFhPGFYJTUJOHQPXFSMJOFJODPOEVJUBOECVJME OFXWBVMUBCPWFCSJEHFUIBUDSPTTFT8PPE3VO 3PBEBU"EBNhT"WFOVFTLJSVOBU4OPXNBTT4LJ "SFB 4FD 54 38 UI1. 1JULJO$PVO UZ p) P M Z  $ S P T T  & O F S H Z   * O T U B M M B U J P O  P G hVOEFSHSPVOEQPXFSMJOFUPSFQMBDFVOBVUIP SJ[FEVOEFSHSPVOEQPXFSMJOF BOEJOTUBMMBUJPOPG OFXUSBOTGPSNFSPOBQBEGPS8JMEXPPE3PBE "TQFO $0 4FD 54 38 UI1. 1JULJO$PVOUZ p)PMZ$SPTT&OFSHZ4LJ4VOMJHIU *OTUBMMBUJPOPG BOFXVOEFSHSPVOEQPXFSMJOFBU4LJ4VOMJHIU NPTUMZPOFYJTUJOHTLJSVOT 4FD 54 38 UI1. (BSGJFME$PVOUZ p)PMZ$SPTT&OFSHZ*OTUBMMBUJPOPGBOFXPWFS IFBEBOEVOEFSHSPVOEQPXFSMJOFGPSUIF&MFQIBOU #VUUF$PNNVOJDBUJPOTJUFBEKBDFOUUP"WBMBODIF $SFFL $SZTUBM3JWFS#BTJO 4FD 54 3 8 UI1. 1JULJO$PVOUZ p5PXOPG4OPXNBTT7JMMBHF3FOFXBMPGQFSNJUT GPSUXPFYJTUJOHXBUFSMJOFT TQSJOHCPYFT BOEBEKB DFOUBDDFTTSPBET BOEXJEFOJOHPGQFSNJUXJEUI GSPNhUPhGPSFBTFPGNBJOUFOBODF1JQFMJOFT BSFXJUIJOUIFCPVOEBSZPGUIF4OPXNBTT4LJ"SFB 1JQFMJOFTBSFhMPOHJO4FD BOEhMPOH JO4FD 54 38 UI1. 1JULJO$PVOUZ p4VOMJHIU3PBE6TFShT"TTPDJBUJPO3FCVJMEJOHPG BTXJUDICBDLPO'PSFTU4FSWJDF3PBE4VO MJHIU1FBL3PBEUIBUTFSWJDFTDPNNVOJDBUJPO TJUFT 4FD 54 38 UI1. (BSGJFME $PVOUZ "EEJUJPOBMJOGPSNBUJPOSFHBSEJOHUIFTFBDUJPOTDBO CFPCUBJOFEGSPN64%"'PSFTU4FSWJDF "TQFO 3BOHFS%JTUSJDU +JN,JSTDIWJOL -BOET4QFDJBMJTU 8)BMMBN4U "TQFO $P KLJSTDIWJOL!GTGFEVT  1MFBTFBM MPXEBZTGPSBSFTQPOTF *OMJHIUPGBSFDFOUDPVSUSVMJOH 4FRVPJB'PSFTU ,FFQFSW5JEXFMM DW-+0%-# &% $BM

UIF'PSFTU4FSWJDFXJMMQSPWJEFQVCMJDOPUJDF DPNNFOU BOEPQQPSUVOJUZGPSBENJOJTUSBUJWFBQQFBM GPSQSPKFDUTBOEBDUJWJUJFTEPDVNFOUFEXJUIB %FDJTJPO.FNP $'3 F

VOUJMOFX JOTUSVDUJPOTBSFJTTVFECZUIF8BTIJOHUPO0GGJDF PSUIF"HFODZJTTVFTSFHVMBUJPOTBEESFTTJOHUIF $PVSUh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

5IFPGGJDFCVTJOFTTIPVSTGPSUIPTF TVCNJUUJOHIBOEEFMJWFSFEDPNNFOUTBSFBN UPQN.POEBZUISPVHI'SJEBZ FYDMVEJOH IPMJEBZT1FSTPOTDPNNFOUJOHTIPVMEJODMVEF

OBNF BEESFTT UFMFQIPOFOVNCFS PSHBOJ[BUJPO SFQSFTFOUFE JGBOZ UJUMFPGQSPKFDUGPSXIJDIUIF DPNNFOUJTCFJOHTVCNJUUFEBOE TQFDJGJDGBDUT BOETVQQPSUJOHSFBTPOTGPSUIF3FTQPOTJCMF0GGJDJBM UPDPOTJEFS 0SBMDPNNFOUTNVTUCFQSPWJEFEBUUIF 3FTQPOTJCMF0GGJDJBMh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

16#-*$/05*$& 0G %&7&-01.&/5"11307"-

5IFOBNF BEESFTT CVTJOFTTUFMFQIPOFOVNCFS BOECBSSFHJTUSBUJPOOVNCFSPGUIFBUUPSOFZ T

SFQSFTFOUJOHUIFMFHBMIPMEFSPGUIFJOEFCUFEOFTT JT 3PCFSU+"SPOPXJU[ &NJMZ+FOTJL $BUIFSJOF")JMESFUI +PBO0MTPO -JTB$BODBOPO .POJDB,BESNBT +FOOJGFS)5SBDIUF "SPOPXJU[.FDLMFOCVSH --1 #BOOPDL4USFFU %FOWFS $0  "UUPSOFZ'JMF 5IF"UUPSOFZBCPWFJTBDUJOHBTBEFCU DPMMFDUPSBOEJTBUUFNQUJOHUPDPMMFDUBEFCU "OZJOGPSNBUJPOQSPWJEFENBZCFVTFEGPSUIBU QVSQPTF

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

1 V C M J T I F E  J O  U I F " T Q F O  5 J N F T  8 F F L M Z P O /PWFNCFS     <>

1VCMJTIJO5IF"TQFO5JNFTPO/PWFNCFS  

5IF64%FQBSUNFOUPG"HSJDVMUVSF 64%" JTBO FRVBMPQQPSUVOJUZQSPWJEFSBOEFNQMPZFS 1VCMJTIFEJOUIF"TQFO5JNFT/PWFNCFS  

T$JUZPG"TQFO

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

41


WORDPLAY

INTELLIGENT EXERCISE

by EMILY GREEN of HIGH COUNTRY NEWS

BOOK REVIEW

‘WHEN YOU ARE ENGULFED IN FLAMES’ FOR ANYONE WHO’S traveled overseas, English translations can be one of the most entertaining aspects of exploring foreign worlds. Often, they’re honest attempts at communication that are only funny and awkward to the receiver. “When you are engulfed in flames,” is one of those serendipitous mixups, which author David Sedaris discovered while living abroad in Japan. He found the warning in a hotel damage-prevention booklet, along with passages on “When you find a fire” and “When you check into the hotel room.” It’s a cultural idiosyncrasy that an average person would chuckle at and quickly forget. But Sedaris isn’t average, and he doesn’t forget. Instead, he named his sixth book of essays after the cautionary phrase, and it’s apropos for a seemingly random collection of stories. Published in 2008, “When You Are by ELIZABETH C. GORSKI | edited by WILL SHORTZ

1

BOTTOMS UP!

2

3

17

4 18

5

6

1 4 9 13 17 19 20 21 22 23 25 27 29

31 32 33 34

36 38 39 40 43 44 46 47 48 49 50 52 53 54

42

Coll. student’s declaration Must Three-stripers: Abbr. Cut line Big score, maybe Leisure suit fabric Carved Polynesian talisman Shoe brand “It ___ right” Pipe-fitting and others Lie-abed Not hoof it, maybe “Too Late the Phalarope” novelist He wrote “Words are loaded pistols” Subject to double jeopardy, say Animal in una casa “___ You” (#1 Rolling Stones album) Verdi opera Informal greeting H.S. support groups ’70s TV production co. “Dirty Jobs” host Mike Candy man Russell Asian holidays Actress Garr Tusked animal Periodic function Villainous “Star Wars” title “Quo ___?” Bargain basement markings Casino machine

56 57 58 60 61 62 63 65 68 70 73 74

76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83

84 86 87 88 89

90 92 94 95 96

A S P E N T I M E S W E E K LY

Narrowly, after “by” Sonneteer’s Muse Tiny amount Subject explored in “The Crying Game” Little garden guardians Draft raisers ___ lark Jamboree attendee Bored employee’s quest Target for many a political ad Some execs One of Dumas’s Musketeers 2010 and 2011 L.P.G.A. Tour Player of the Year Yani ___ San ___ (Italian seaport) Auditioner’s hope Burns black Abrasive Neutrogena competitor Cartridges, e.g. Part of AARP: Abbr. Spouse’s sleeping place after a fight, maybe “Really?” Wrangle Some Chi-town transportation Sizable garden Silas of the Continental Congress Bearish Like draft e-mails Stock market figs. Announcer of yore Doubled over,

98 100 103 105 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115

maybe “Capeesh?” Kahlúa and cream over ice Place that sells shells? Like about 7% of the U.S. electorate Bingo call Split bit Writer Wiesel Title gunfighter of a 1964 #1 hit Southern pronoun Battle of ___, 1796 Napoleon victory Guacamole and salsa Name on a college dorm, perhaps “Gee!”

DOWN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Defense against a siege Pacific capital Cash for trash? Angry slight? Assortment Sidewalk square, e.g. The fox in Disney’s “The Fox and the Hound” Suggested résumé length Battle of Normandy site Great Danes, e.g.? Sta. purchase Times out in Mexico? Politico Agnew One-of-a-kind Dutch cheese? Part of AARP: Abbr.

No v e m b e r 22 - 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

16 18 24 26 28 30 33 35

36 37 38 41 42 45 46 47 51 52 58 59 60

61 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 74 75

Like a four-leaf clover Super Bowl XLIII champs Demon’s weekend plans? “Curses!” Canaries locale: Abbr. Cracker Jack box bonus Hand “___ Ballet” (“A Chorus Line” song) Revolutionary path Irish lullaby opener Kind of class Shopworn Sushi bar bowlfuls Piñata part Ancient siege site Gypsy’s aid United Nations chief from Ghana Concert hall, e.g. Throw for ___ Ball coverings? Catherine’s demand of Heathcliff in “Wuthering Heights”? Glacier site, maybe Sleek and graceful Head cases? Mosaic material Lucy’s TV pal “How’s it going, fish?”? Vital fluids Haunted house sounds Dracula’s bar bill? Hired spinmeister Stash Briar part Celebratory swig

36

these stories with as much wit, but they can associate with them on a fundamental level. Even though the book was published four years ago, its shelflife hasn’t expired. The stories’ broad appeal makes them relatively timeless too. Like most of his books, this compilation lets the reader into the mind of this New York Timesbestselling author, and to get even more access, he’ll open up in person on Saturday, Nov. 24, at the Wheeler Opera House. This book review was written by Christine Benedetti on behalf of the Aspen Writers’ Foundation.

8

9

24

28

29

37

49

50

53

54

55

45

67

78

79

87

96

63

76

77

80

81

85 90

94

97

98

103

101

102

91

95

99

104

72

86

89

93

71

64

69

84

88 92

70

60

75

83

42

56

68 74

41

52

62

73

40 47

51

59

61

16

35

46

58

15

31

39

44

14

21

38

82

13

26

34

48

66

12

25

33

57

11

30

43

65

10

20

23

32

55

7

‘When You Are Engulfed in Flames’ David Sedaris Little, Brown and Company; 2008 336 pages; $25.99

19

22 27

ACROSS

NOTEWORTHY

Engulfed in Flames,” is a 22-chapter book that traverses Sedaris’ life, but roots itself in the time he spent living in France. These are not wistful memories of sojourns abroad, but honest and hilarious accounts of the nuances of everyday existence. He accidentally spits up a cough drop on a sleeping passenger next to him during an overnight flight; he bemoans trying to keep up with his boyfriend Hugh in crowded, public places; he creates “Melrose Place” for spiders in a windowsill; and he’s offered a blow job while hitch-hiking. These are common, if not mundane, life experiences to which most people can relate (save the blowjob bit, perhaps). Sedaris makes them raw, but not ostentatious. He makes them believable, but edgy. He finds delight in the everyday occurrences which most people pass by, and that’s what makes his work universal. Most readers might not be able to retell

100 105

106

108

109

110

112

113

114

107 111 115

— Last week’s puzzle answers —

77 83 85 88 89 91 93 95

96

after a football two-pointer? Random witness Odoriferous Drawn Caveat to a buyer Ward, to Beaver Josh One of the Judds Michael Crichton novel about diamond-hunting Right-leaning type:

97 99 100 101 102 104 106

Abbr. Peacekeeping grp. Fruity drinks ___ Fein (Irish group) Move, in Realtor lingo Just “Lawrence of Arabia” role Spanish uncle

M C N A B B

G O A L I E

B R A C K E N

S E R R A T E

R O M A N G L A D I A T O R

I N S O L E

N O T F O R

T O O F A R

I D E E A S S E N T E S A I

S T E N T H R E L E A S A T S E R I N T L E G I T I S R A N T Y E G E S E R S A D O N E S N A T A I L R N E T E S T S L C E T E H E D G Y E S O

T L W A E M E A N T U T R R E B E L E L L M E P U D L O T O F O Y A J C H A R A M A T M P S E I N R N O

A N E M I A B O R G

S T R A T I

A W A Y F U R N O I M T A D S I M E D

S E E N N E R F S A S S J A G U A R

O E D P N N A L M O R T A E K O N T A M A I N G B R N N E F S A P I N B A E R L I L A D A N D I Z M C L E A T R A N S I T K A P M O R G E R I E E P S M R A L E S Y A N E S S T

O O L A L A

P O S S E S

O B E S I T Y

R E V E R S E

A P O G E E

N A G G E D


Your BEST FRIEND is waiting for YOU!

DIGITAL MARKETING SOLUTIONS THE ASPEN TIMES WEEKLY DIGITAL MARKETING:

PUPPIES

Nine puppies available end of Nov at 8 weeks old. Their mom is a gorgeous Cattle Dog mix with a very sweet personality. Highly socialized. Individual personalities emerging every day! Come visit.

MADISON

Friendly, 7-year-old German Shepherd mix female who gets along well with all people and most dogs.

ROXY

Large 7-year-old black/tan Sharpei/ Rottweiler mix female. Must be the only pet. Has guarding issues w/ toys and food. Needs an owner with the time and patience to work with her. Loving once she gets to know you!

SPENCER

Spencer is a loyal, loving, handsome, athletic, 7-year-old Boxer. He bonds tightly to one person and due to his possessive nature, Spencer will do best as the only pet in an adult household.

JACKIE

Beautiful, friendly, 11-year-old Husky mix who gets along well with people and other dogs. Jackie is a retired sled dog who came to the shelter with her brothers, Buck and Jim.

BUCK

Mellow, friendly 11-year-old American Foxhound/Husky mix who gets along well with people and other dogs. Buck is a retired sled dog who came to the shelter with his brother, Jim, and his sister, Jackie.

tools for brand awareness, lead generation, call to action & retention loyalty. WEBSITE DISPLAY

creates awareness of your business or ser vice B A N N E R A DS

·

T E X T A DS

·

V IDEO

MOBILE

A call to action tool that puts your message in the hands of consumers BANNER

·

COUPON

SOCIAL MEDIA

Share your message with your loyal customers & create loyalty & retention JIM

Outgoing, energetic, 11-yearold American Foxhound/Husky mix male. Gets along well with people and other dogs. A retired sled dog who came to the shelter with his brother, Buck, and his sister, Jackie.

CHICO

Chico is a feisty, handsome, energetic, 1.5-yearold Chihuahua mix male who requires a knowledgeable, responsible, active home. Best with adults.

STANLEY

Friendly 2-year-old Affinpinscher mix male. Absolutely adorable with a cute underbite. Gets along well with other dogs and kids. Lots of good energy.

CLEO

Beautiful, friendly, soft-spoken 9-year-old Husky mix female. She is a retired sled dog looking for a loving home. Outgoing with people.

2013 Pet Calendars available NOW at the shelter! FREDDY

BEAR

Handsome 6-yearold Pomeranian. He can be a bit cranky around his food, so he will do best in an adult household with a responsible owner.

OPEN 7am-6pm EVERY DAY 970.544.0206

HUNTER

3-year-old mediumsize Pit Bull/Chow mix, found wandering around Aspen. Wary of strangers, but friendly once he knows you and trusts you. Loves treatsSa quick way to his heart! Very cute.

LUCY

Gentle, friendly, affectionate, 3-year-old Pit Bull female found wandering the streets of LA. Brought to Aspen to start a new life. She is the hardest dog to photograph to show how sweet she really is. Give her a chance, please.

Strong, energetic, black/white 5-yearold female Boston Terrier mix with a splash of Pit Bull— larger than a typical Boston. Outgoing and very friendly. Loves people. Best as only pet.

Aspen/Pitkin Animal Shelter ◆

www.dogsaspen.com

ARTS & IDEAS SERIES

The Legacy of Rome A SEMINAR AND EVENING PANEL December 12-14, 2012

The Aspen Institute continues its series on Renaissance Italy with a seminar featuring experts on a variety of topics. Bill Cook is the familiar voice of the Renaissance, in his celebrated lectures for the Teaching Company. Former professor of istory at S eneseo and author of ve books on the Renaissance, Cook has taught on Michelangelo, the Medici, and Renaissance Florence for the past 40 years.

·

T W I T T ER

·

E M A IL

·

F O U RSQ UA RE

SE ARCH MARKETING Target “hot” buyers GOOGLE

·

YA HO O

·

BING

DE AL OF THE DAY

Capture new customers immediately

SAM

Large, friendly, 8-year-old Mastiff male. Gets along well with everybody, but occasionally picks fights with other dogs possibly due to fading eyesight. All in all, a very cool dog.

101 Animal Shelter Road

FACEBOOK

Jeremy Hartnett is an associate professor and chair of the Classics department at Wabash College. He has also served as an Annual Lecturer at the Archaeological Institute of America. Ross King has written a number of best-selling books on the Renaissance, including Michelangelo and the Pope’s Ceiling about the Sistine Chapel and Brunelleschi’s Dome.

ASPEN TIMES WEEKLY www.aspentimes.com 970-925-3414

SUPERB MID-VALLEY LOCATION Hard to find rural setting yet so close to all amenities. Fivebedroom home, plus onebedroom apartment all on 2.23 acres. Walk-out level family room. Great open spaces. $825,000 Web Id#: AN124557

COMPLETE PRIVACY Beautiful 239-acre ranch perched above the North Fork of the Gunnison River with commanding views of the West Elk Range. Two homes, plus garage with workshop and apartment. 150 irrigated acres. $1,849,000 Web Id#: AN120952

GREAT PLACE TO BE! It’s all here…a functional floorplan, space for everyone, and a beautiful yard. Master suite on the main level, all bedrooms have their own bath. Main level office, plus a finished basement. $1,050,000 Web Id#: AN122890 OPEN TO EVERYONE, THIS SEMINAR IS AN EXTRAORDINARY CHANCE TO EXPERIENCE AND LEARN ABOUT THIS RICH TOPIC WITH WORLD-CLASS EXPERTS.

Fee: $895 includes seminar, evening public panel, reading materials and refreshments.

Patty Brendlinger 970.379.5484 pbrendlinger@masonmorse.com

Seminar Schedule: Wednesday, December 12: 8:30am-12:30pm | Thursday, December 13: 8:30am-12:30pm Evening panel: 5:30-6:30pm Friday, December 14: 8:30am-12:30pm Evening panel, December 13 at 5:30-6:30pm. Tickets ($20) are available at www.aspenshowtix.com. Please register by calling Beth Slater at (970) 544-7914 or beth.slater@aspeninstitute.org.

Carbondale | 0290 Hwy 133 | 970.963.3300 Find more at www.masonmorse.com

A S P E N T I M E S . C O M / W E E K LY

43


New Listing

The Perfect Gentlemanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ranch USABLEmATANDROLLINGACRES !BUNDANTWATERRIGHTSINPLACE %NDLESSRECREATIONALOPPORTUNITIES "UILDYOUR2OCKY-OUNTAINGETAWAY    4ERRY(ARRINGTON\

Location, Views and Quality &RYING0AN2IVERESTATE BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT MINUTESTOTHE!SPEN'ONDOLA    #ARTER"UDWELL\ ,IS#ONNERS\

Stellar Mt. Sopris Views ACRESOFPRIVACY PIÃ&#x2014;IONSANDVIEWS BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT &INISHTOSUITBUYERSTASTES %XCEPTIONALmOORPLANTAKESINTHEVIEWS    PRE COMPLETION   4ERRY2OGERS\

Golf Course Location! BEDROOMSPLUSLOFT BATHS  SQFT $ELUXETOWNHOMEATTHE3NOWMASS#LUB 4OTALLYRENOVATEDBOTHINSIDEANDOUT 'REATVIEWSOFGOLFCOURSEANDSKIAREA      #HRIS,EWIS\

Prestigious Divide Neighborhood sBEDROOMS BATHS ACRES s/NEOFTHEVERYBESTSKI IN SKI OUT LOCATIONSIN3NOWMASS6ILLAGE s,OCATEDDIRECTLYOFFOF$AWDLERSKIRUN s"EAUTIFULMOUNTAINHOMEEMBRACESALL THATMAKESUPANINCREDIBLESKIRETREAT s-AJESTICSTONEANDTIMBEREXTERIOR s%XPANSIVEDECKSANDPORCHES s-AGNIlCENTGREATROOMANDDININGROOM s'OURMETKITCHENWITHCOZYADJOINING FAMILYROOM s3PECTACULARMASTERSUITEnCOZYlREPLACE SUMPTUOUSBATHANDPRIVATEDECK    4ERRY2OGERS\ 'REG$IDIER\

Roaring Fork Club Cabin 47 BEDROOMS BATHS  SQFT 4HEVIEWSAREBREATHTAKING 0RIVATEGOLFANDlSHINGCLUB    4ED"ORCHELT\ *ANA$ILLARD\

On a Hill Overlooking Mt. Sopris BEDROOMS DENS BATHS  SQFT /NELEVEL PERFECTFORENTERTAINING "RIGHTANDOPENmOORPLAN ,APPOOLANDINCREDIBLESUN    ,ESLIE.EWBURY\

AspenSnowmassSIR.com ASPENSNOWMASSSIR.COM Aspen | 970.925.6060 Snowmass | 970.923.2006 Basalt | 970.927.8080 Carbondale | 970.963.4536 Aspen | 970.925.6060 Snowmass | 970.923.2006 Basalt | 970.927.8080 Carbondale | 970.963.4536


Aspen Times Weekly: Nov. 22 edition