Aspen Square Daily News

More great music in Aspen

What a variety of music you can find in recital series and local clubs offer a whole variety of live music from Bosa Nova on Sundays at the local Argentine Restaurant, to piano at the Crystal Palace Grille to weekend jazz at Syzygy and special events at the Wheeler. This weekend: The Aspen Music Festival presents classical piano this Saturday night, March 14, at Harris Hall featuring pianist Simone Dinnerstein. Her program will include pieces by Brahms, Schumann, Schubert and JS Bach. It’s all part of the Winter Music Artist Recital Series of the Music Associates.

Aspen Square -- a great place to stay in Downtown Aspen!

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This past fall Aspen Square saw additional renovations and remodeling in our condominiums, and our accommodations are looking great. We installed new flat screen HDTV sests in all rooms this winter also, along with new DVD players. Every room has a stereo and CD player, just to make the entertainment picture complete. All accommodatinos have a wood-burning fireplace, full kitchen, outside deck and many extras -- like in-room safe, free high-speed internet, robes in each room and more. What a great place to stay! Call Aspen Square for special Internet rates and lodging/lift packages.

X-Games here for three more years

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The Winter X Games is extending its stay in Aspen. ESPN and the Aspen Skiing Co. announced recently that the two sides have agreed to stage the action-sports showcase at Buttermilk thourgh 2012. 2009 marks the eighth consecutive year that Aspen has served as host. “Back when we first got into the X Games, we had a two-year deal. We thought OK, maybe it will last three,” Skico President and CEO Mike Kaplan said Wednesday. “For it to last 11 years is phenomenal.” The X-Games are featured on ESPN and ABC TV with rebroadcasts ongoing in the weeks ahead.

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