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10:23am

Wed August 7, 2013
Basalt

First Families to be Moved from Basalt's Pan and Fork Mobile Home Park

The effort to relocate dozens of residents in Basalt’s Pan and Fork Mobile Home Park is underway. Town staff met with residents in eight homes on Monday. They’re trying to find out what kind of replacement housing would suit each, individual household. As Marci Krivonen reports, it’s a task unlike any other the Town has taken on.

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12:04am

Wed August 7, 2013
Aspen Music Festival & School

Festival Notes - August 7th, 2013

At 6 p.m., conductor Federico Cortese leads the Aspen Philharmonic Orchestra in works by Webern, Schubert and Brahms.  And at 8:30, violinist and festival favorite Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg returns to Aspen for a recital of pieces by Pärt, Prokofiev and Chausson. 

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3:30pm

Tue August 6, 2013
Aspen Music Festival & School

Festival Showcase - August 6th, 2013

Musical collaborators as well as husband and wife, conductor David Robertson and pianist Orli Shaham preview their separate performances this weekend at the Aspen Music Festival and School. 

10:40am

Tue August 6, 2013
Aspen Jewish Congregation

Concert explores faith through music, storytelling

In the Aspen Chapel, Daniel Mutlu, Rollin Simmons and Joshua Breitzer rehearse beneath the glow of stained glass. They'll be joined by Elana Arian, Noah Aronson, Andrea Rae Markowicz and Joyce Rosenweig at tonight's concert.
Credit Rebecca Kruth

Tonight (Tues 8-6-13), at the Aspen District Theater, a group of young Jewish musicians will explore the concept of faith through music and storytelling. The performance is called Beyond Belief: Sounds of Sacred Searching. Aspen Public Radio’s Rebecca Kruth went to a rehearsal for a behind-the-scenes peek and filed this report.   

For Cantor Rollin Simmons, the exploration of faith stretches beyond the walls of the Aspen Jewish Congregation where she’s served for the last few years.

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10:25am

Tue August 6, 2013
Science

The Water Delivery Man Problem

Optimal route for the 33-city traveling salesman problem in the 1962 Car 54 contest. Proctor & Gamble sponsored a $10,000 grand prize for the winning entry. Mathematicians Robert Karg and Gerald Thompson tied for first place.
Credit Bill Cook / In Pursuit of the Traveling Salesman

There is a problem that has vexed mathematicians for the greater part of the past century. Currently, there is no solution, and nobody knows for certain whether or not one exists. But cracking the code would be a huge breakthrough both in theoretical mathematics and practical everyday applications. Ellis Robinson brings the story, starting with a description of the problem from physicist Eddie Farhi.

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