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El Nino is coming through for us here in Aspen, with 72-hour snow totals of up to 18" falling in Snowmass. Aspen Mountain has gained 15", and Highlands and Buttermilk measure in at 8" and 11" respectively. Needless to say, the holiday ski and boarding...

With brisk overnight temperatures, we're definitely in the winter season now. What better way to celebrate early winter, than with a visit from Olaf the Winter Elf? He's visiting Hallam Lake and the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) this Wednesday, December 9. From 4pm...

We love our holiday decorations around here - the more lights the merrier. And one of the highlights (pardon the pun) of the holiday season is the lighting of the big fir tree in front of the Sardy House on the corner of Main and Aspen...

'Tis the season for giving, and the kind-hearted students of Aspen High's Support for Nepal Club are hosting a fundraising dinner tonight at the Highlands Alehouse from 4:30-8pm. Students hope to raise money to help rebuild a school with earthquake-resistent safe technology. Nepali food will be...

If you're downvalley this Friday afternoon, don't miss the small-town vibe in Basalt at the annual Holiday Tree Lighting. The merriment takes place in historic downtown Basalt from 4-6pm and includes Santa, a bonfire, hot chocolate, cookies and hot cider, carriage rides, ornament decorating and the Wyly Arts Mart....

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