Aspen Square Daily News
Film lovers in Aspen have been basking in a great array of movies at this year's Aspen Filmfest, currently running until October 1. A stimulating combination of international films, documentaries and US films, most movies are screened once at the Wheeler Opera House. A selected number of films will also be screened in Carbondale at the Crystal Theatre. For details on the remaining schedule in Aspen and Carbondale, visit www.aspenfilm.org.
What a difference a few days makes! The view of the changing leaves on Aspen Mountain and the surrounding peaks grows more splendid every day. This was our Aspen Square view this morning from the corner of Hunter Street and the Gondola Plaza. If you love to leaf peep, we want you to know that peak colors are just a few days away. Come on up and take advantage of our September room discounts. We'd love to see you!
Award-winning author Terry McMillan will appear at a free presentation today at 6:30 pm at the Woody Creek Community Center. The author of best-selling books such as "Waiting to Exhale" and "How Stella Got Her Groove Back" is being presented by the Aspen Writers' Foundation. She has been enjoying her month-long stay in Woody Creek while working on her new novel as one of the AWF's writers-in-residence.For details, visit www.aspenwriters.org.