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4:25pm

Tue August 20, 2013
Aspen Music Festival & School

Festival Showcase - August 20th, 2013

We look back at some of the highlights of the 2013 Aspen Music Festival and School, including the convocation address by Aspen Music Festival and School President Alan Fletcher, discussing the challenges confronting classical music. The program finishes with a sampling of voices from the 2013 festival and a musical performance.

12:59pm

Tue August 20, 2013
USA Pro Challenge

USA Pro Challenge Updates from the Road

Aspen Public Radio's Elise Thatcher is in car 8 in the moving convoy following the Champion System team. They're riding from Aspen to Breckenridge for Stage 2 of the USA Pro Challenge.
Credit Elise Thatcher

Today's Stage 2 of the  USA Pro Cycling Challenge takes riders over Independence Pass and over to Breckenridge. The riders will zoom through Buena Vista, Fairplay and Alma before they reach the finish line. Aspen Public Radio's Elise Thatcher is getting an insider's glimpse. She's riding in a team car for Team Champion System. She's been giving us updates from the road. Here she's passing through Twin Lakes...

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5:40pm

Mon August 19, 2013
First Draft

First Draft - Charles Paterson

Charles Paterson was born Karl Schanzer in Vienna, Austria in 1929 and now lives in Aspen, Colorado. An architectural designer, Paterson was one of the last apprentices to train under Frank Lloyd Wright. His coauthor and daughter Carrie Paterson is an artist, writer, and editor for Artillery: Killer Text on Art. She lives in Los Angeles.

10:37am

Mon August 19, 2013
Audio Canvas 2013

Audio Canvas -- Mark Klett

Mark Klett.
places.designobserver.com.

Mark Klett is an American Photographer and Professor of Art at Arizona State University. His work studies Western landscapes, most notably the Grand Canyon and desert environments. Klett has a diverse background in geology and photography. After receiving a bachelor's degree in Geology, he decided to pursue photography professionally and received an MFA in Photography. In the meantime, he spent summers using his geology degree as a field assistant for the U.S. Geological Survey.

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8:51am

Mon August 19, 2013
The Valley

Red Canyon Fire Exposes Depression-Era Outhouse

A Depression-era outhouse still stands outside Glenwood Springs. The Red Canyon Fire came close to the structure, so fire crews protected it.
Credit Marci Krivonen

The fire that burned through 400 acres southeast of Glenwood Springs last week is is now fully contained. Many of the firefighters were reassigned over the weekend. The focus now is monitoring hot spots and maintaining a fire line containing the blaze.

As crews fought the flames they found a surprise beyond the big smoke plumes. An archaeological site above Glenwood Springs was literally unveiled by the fire. As crews hacked away at brush they found a depression-era campground built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports.

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