Ideas, Speakers & Lectures
Aspen Public Radio is proud to present select lectures and speakers from area events and conferences, including the Aspen Ideas Festival, Wilderness Workshop, Hurst Community Initiative, Aspen Words, Aspen Music Festival and School, Aspen Center for Physics, Equity Speaker Series, and Anderson Ranch Arts Center.
Valley Roundup, June 30, 2017
The annual Aspen Institute Ideas Festival made local and national headlines all week, and there's plenty going on in the communities of Carbondale and Glenwood Springs. Speaking with News Director Carolyn Sackariason on Valley Roundup this week are Carla Jean Whitley, an editor for the Glenwood Post Independent via Skype, and Aspen Daily News Editor Curtis Wackerle and Aspen Times Managing Editor Rick Carroll in the studio.
Here are some links to the stories covered on this week's show:
CMC is weighing ballot question as tax rates drop
Some teachers left out in RFSD shuffle
Garfield County leaders spotlight mental health needs
Carbondale City Market granted sixth extension
Q&A with Walter Isaacson of the Aspen Institute
Aspen Institute tore down its wall and became more public under Walter Isaacson
Aspen Ideas: American losing world’s popularity contest
‘Pod Save America,’ a haven and how-to guide, in Aspen for the Ideas Festival
‘No guarantees,’ HHS secretary says when pressed on Trumpcare
Senate bill ‘less awful … but still awful,’ says Obama’s HHS secretary
Aspen Ideas Festival: Reporters Notebook
Aspen Ideas Fest: Did you lie today?
Bad idea: Car backs into lake at Aspen Ideas Festival
Women’s rights part of fierce debate of GOP health care bill at Aspen Ideas
Aspen Ideas takes sobering look at opioid addiction
Aspen officials propose ‘mobility lab’ to alleviate traffic issues