Aspen Misc.: Stuck pipe truck on Woody Creek Rd.

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Aspen’s January Knoke and Sherri Antonias passing stuck pipe truck on Woody Creek Road.
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January Knoke & Sherri Antonias returning to Aspen on Woody Creek Road
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A free happy hour on Wednesday evening at The Gant featured Jas Academy Big Band students. The academy assists the most talented artists in embracing jazz. In addition to their studies and rehearsals, students have the opportunity to be be showcased at public performances such as this.
Lynn Goldsmith/Courtesy photo
On Tuesday at Pitkin County Library, Aspen Words 2023 Literary Prize winner and finalist for the 2022 National Book Award Jamil Jan Kochai discussed what the Aspen Words prize means to authors and how he came to write his latest book, “The Haunting of Hajji Hotak and Other Stories,” with Aspen Public Radio’s Breeze Richardson.
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A marmot on top of Star Pass.
Eric Knight/Courtesy photo

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