Business

5:15am

Tue September 17, 2013
The Business of Film

Crystal Theatre says "Good Bye" to Film Tonight

Crystal Theatre Marquee
Rob St. Mary

Tonight is the end of an era at the Crystal Theatre in Carbondale. The theater will go digital before the end of the month. But, before it does owners Bob and Kathy Ezra have one last show planned – a highlight reel of previews for films shown at the cinema. They spoke to Aspen Public Radio’s Rob St. Mary.

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6:21pm

Tue August 20, 2013
USA Pro Challenge

Pro Cycling Challenge: Mixed Feelings from Aspen, Snowmass Business Community

The riders participating in the USA Pro Challenge race down part of the course in Monday's stage one event between Aspen and Snowmass Village.
Credit USA Pro Challenge

For two days this week, the upper Roaring Fork Valley played host to more than one hundred professional cyclists, their staffs and lots of fans. It was the third year the USA Pro Challenge brought this contingent through Aspen. As Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports, the race’s economic impact is good and bad, depending on whom you talk to.

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10:40am

Tue July 2, 2013
Independence Pass

State Patrol, Garmin Angling for Truck Drivers' Attention

Screenshot of portable GPS device for commercial truckers
Credit Garmin International

More commercial truckers are navigating Independence Pass... even though they’re not supposed to. That’s according to the Colorado State Patrol. This summer, officers are doing more to bring those numbers down. And the effort comes as a worldwide GPS company is also trying to get the attention of more drivers.

When traveling east of Aspen on Highway 82, there are several signs warning drivers, saying:

“No trucks over thirty five feet in length can drive up and over Independence Pass.”

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6:32am

Wed June 19, 2013
Expanding Local Markets

Export Roaring Fork Valley

Exporting to-do list.
Credit Creative Commons

Small businesses in the Roaring Fork Valley should consider exporting their goods and services as a way to expand their customer base.  That is the message of a workshop organized by Colorado Senator Michael Bennet later today in Glenwood Springs.  Bennett’s office is bringing federal and state export representatives to help local business owners in the process of selling overseas.  Aspen Public Radio’s Roger Adams has more.

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10:47am

Mon June 3, 2013
Colorado Beer

Brewing A Beer That's Colorado Through And Through

Originally published on Mon June 3, 2013 10:41 am

Luke Runyon KUNC

How does a new craft brewer stand apart from the pack? A few have hitched their brewery onto the local food bandwagon. Sourcing the ingredients that form beer’s DNA straight from the fields around them.

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