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8:16am

Thu July 25, 2013
Glenwood Canyon

Glenwood Canyon Cell Service Project to Start

Glenwood Canyon currently doesn't have cell phone service. That will change under a plan to erect four towers at rest areas along Interstate 70.
Credit Federal Highway Administration

Construction kicks off Monday on a project to create cell phone service through Glenwood Canyon. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports.

Right now, drivers on Interstate 70 through the Canyon can’t use their phones and there’s limited emergency communication.

That will change once four towers are erected at rest areas along the 13 mile stretch. Marti Whitmore is an attorney for Canyon Summits, the group behind the project. She says cell service at busy tourist spots like Hanging Lake will help in emergencies.

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12:01am

Thu July 25, 2013
Aspen Music Festival & School

Festival Notes - July 25th, 2013

Pianist and faculty member Anton Nel performs a recital at Harris Concert Hall.  Included on his program is Schubert’s grand and final Piano Sonata in B-flat major.

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6:31pm

Wed July 24, 2013
2013 Aspen Security Forum

Aspen Security Forum - Clear and Present Danger

Clear and Present Danger: Cyber-Crime; Cyber-Espionage; Cyber-Terror; and Cyber-War

The nation's point man on cyber threats, National Security Agency Director and the Pentagon's Cyber Command Commander General Keith Alexander will discuss cyber-threats and the steps being taken to combat them.

Gen. Keith Alexander, Director, National Security Agency; Commander, U.S. Cyber Command

MODERATOR: Pete Williams, Chief Justice Correspondent, NBC News

5:25pm

Wed July 24, 2013
Business

Search for Next "Startup Idol" at Brainstorm TECH

Bright lights and lots of screens at the Brainstorm TECH conference.
Ellis Robinson / Aspen Public Radio

Entrepreneurs often have an easier time innovating than getting financial backing for their ideas.   At the Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen this week, five startup companies got a shot at selling their innovations to tech execs and big investors.  Think American Idol... startup style. For grand ideas that might have taken years to develop, they were given ... five minutes to convince the panel.

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12:01am

Wed July 24, 2013
Aspen Music Festival & School

Festival Notes - July 24th, 2013

Gil Shaham scales one of the most ambitious and Herculean projects for a solo violinist: the complete sonatas and partitas of Johann Sebastian Bach. Shaham's recital begins at 6 p.m. at Harris Concert Hall.

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