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Real estate fund donates $5,000 to support local housing programs

Aspen News | Real estate fund donates $5,000 to support local housing programsThe Aspen Board of Realtors® has donated $5,000 to Tom’s Door, Catholic Charities, and The Salvation Army using funds collected by the Colorado Association of Realtors® Housing Opportunity Foundation (CARHOF).  Projects funded include: Tom’s Door $2,000 to provide temporary ...

Aspen Mountain open for skiing, riding over Memorial Day

Aspen News | Aspen Mountain open for skiing, riding over Memorial DayThe Aspen Skiing Company will start summer operations this year by opening the top of Aspen Mountain  for skiing and riding on Memorial Day Weekend, May 24-26. A 53 inch base on top will support 21 runs and nearly 130 acres of intermediate and advanced terrain served by Lift 3, the Ajax Express.

Heldman-King Golf Tournament set for June 6-7

Aspen News | Heldman-King Golf Tournament set for June 6-7On Friday, June 6, the Aspen Board of Realtors will host the 19th Annual Realtor Classic benefiting the Bill Heldman/Stark King Memorial Scholarship Foundation at the Snowmass Club. Since 1985, the Aspen Board of Realtors Heldman/King Scholarship Foundation has given out more than $547,000 in scholarships ...

Marijuana law firm expands into securities law

Aspen News | Marijuana law firm expands into securities lawDenver law firm Vicente Sederberg, LLC announced this week that it is expanding marijuana-related services to include Andrew Telsey an attorney who specializes in securities compliance, mergers and acquisitions and business and corporate law who also owned two medical marijuana dispensaries and grow ...

Much ado during mud season in Aspen

Aspen News | Much ado during mud season in AspenAs lift-served skiing winds down on Aspen Mountain this weekend, the resort begins to settle in for spring offseason, better known as mud season. Very few tourists will find their way to Aspen or Snowmass Village in the coming month, which, along with November, is the slowest of the year. There will ...

5Point Film Festival fills Carbondale businesses

Aspen News | 5Point Film Festival fills Carbondale businessesWhile Aspen is closing down for a long offseason, Carbondale is hopping — and climbing, and biking, and hiking, and dancing and viewing the best adventure films of the last year. The 5-Point Film Festival, which runs Thursday through Sunday (April 24-27), is one of Carbondale’s biggest ...

Former Patagonia CEO Casey Sheahan joins Carbondale media company

Aspen News | Former Patagonia CEO Casey Sheahan joins Carbondale media companyThe Carbondale company Backbone Media, an active-lifestyle public relations/media agency, has snagged local resident Casey Sheahan, the former president and CEO of Patagonia, Inc., to take over in the newly-created position of senior advisor. “Casey has been a pioneer and a respected leader ...

Sierra Nevada Brewing  to partner with 2014 cycling's USA Pro Challenge

Aspen News | Sierra Nevada Brewing  to partner with 2014 cycling's USA Pro ChallengeSierra Nevada Brewing Co.,one of America’s premier craft breweries, is returning to the  USA Pro Challenge as a founding partner for the 2014 professional cycling race. In a three-year agreement, Sierra Nevada will be the official beer partner of the world-class cycling race and will have ...

Real estate industry leader shares market projections

Aspen News | Real estate industry leader shares market projectionsI have been fortunate to score invitations to the Annual Business Forum hosted by W.G. Nielsen & Company, a Denver Investment Banking firm specializing in mergers and acquisitions.  The topic this year was Market Projections for Commercial and Residential Real Estate and Dave Liniger, Chairman ...

Aspen/Snowmass real estate: A market in transition

Aspen News | Aspen/Snowmass real estate: A market in transitionThe year 2013 won’t be remembered as a banner year for Aspen/Snowmass real estate, but industry watchers shouldn’t be discouraged that dollar-volume was down. According to two local real estate experts, the market is gradually improving in most respects and certain sectors are especially ...

Avoid common home buying mistakes

Aspen News | Avoid common home buying mistakesIt’s peak season for the mountain resorts.  The towns are filled with visitors.  Many will fall in love with the town and want to purchase a vacation home.  Ski season is prime time for buying.  Every smart seller has their property in pristine showing condition for what ...

Travel + Leisure lists Little Nell among world's best 500 hotels

Aspen News | Travel + Leisure lists Little Nell among world's best 500 hotelsNine Colorado hotels made Travel + Leisure’s list of the world’s top 500 hotels. In the magazine’s annual survey, readers ranked the best hotels and resorts in the world. The Sebastian at Vail scored the best in the state with a 92-point ranking, followed by the Ritz-Carlton at Bachelor ...

Stewart Title announces new president of Aspen office

Stewart Title Company announced this week that Priscilla Prohl-Cooper has been promoted to division president of the Aspen office. A long-time area resident and title professional with nearly 25 years of experience, Prohl-Cooper joined Stewart's Aspen team in 2012 as an escrow officer. "Our operations have already benefitted greatly from Priscilla's expert ...

Wilderness Workshop working to shape Hunter-Smuggler plan

Aspen News | Wilderness Workshop working to shape Hunter-Smuggler planThe nonprofit Wilderness Workshop has been working to shape a decision expected in mid-December by White River National Forest Supervisor Scott Fitzwilliams on the Hunter Creek-Smuggler Mountain Cooperative Plan. Through letters and meetings Wilderness Workshop has raised concerns about the plan, which ...

Water demands grow on both sides of Continental Divide

Aspen News | Water demands grow on both sides of Continental DivideMany of the members of Colorado's Interbasin Compact Committee, or IBCC, risked icy roads and snowy weather to get to their state-level water meeting in Golden on December 4. And when they got there — to talk about water for the state’s growing population – they didn’t find the ...
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