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People's Press Party at Woody Creek Community Center

This Saturday, August 7th, from 4-6 p.m., the Woody Creek Community Center invites you to the People's Press Coming Out Party. Local authors George Stranahan and Nicole Beinstein Strait celebrate their award-winning new book, "Phlogs", while People's Press authors will be on-site for a book signing and, as always, good conversation and afternoon cheer. Food, drinks, and live music by Suzanne Paris...ride your bike down the Rio Grande, straight to the Center, and make an afternoon of it! For more info, www.peoplespress.org.


Heads up and Hands in the Air: Another Great Week for Music in Aspen

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In addition to something interesting and noteworthy happening on any given summer evening, this week brings some key performers, so mark your calendars. Keb' Mo', singer/songwriter and bluesman extraordinaire, comes to the BellyUp this Wednesday for an acoustic, one-man show. Keb', his guitar and his surround sound smile make for an always magical night of music. Then, this Thursday, from Houma, Louisiana, it's Tab Benoit. Benoit hits Fanny Hill for an evening of soulful, rowdy rock and blues, with his down-and-out Southern guitar riffs and nitty gritty lyrics.


2010's First One Person Museum Exhibition at Aspen Art Museum

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This Thursday, July 29, the Aspen Art Museum presents Marlo Pascual, 2010 Jane and Marc Nathanson Distinguished Artist in Residence, in the museum's first one person exhibition of the year. Start the day with a free AAM Artist Breakfast at 9 a.m., while members enjoy a walk-through at 5 p.m., followed by a public reception at 6 with Pascual herself. Following inspirations from a spring spent in Aspen, Pascual's eight new works will be on display for extended appreciation, through October 3. For more details, visit www.aspenartmuseum.org.


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