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Sitting in the waiting room, Peter Shelton swaps hip surgery stories with A-Rod.
Columnist Peter Shelton takes a trip back to 1967 where a song changed the world, as he knew it.
The humble White Pine ski area in Pinedale, Wyo., is competing with an unlikely opponent, the gas industry.
The Telluride Film Festival is receiving national attention, albeit from a fictional cartoon character.
When world class skiers complain of a course being “too hard,” what is left for us mortals?
Keep your friends close, and your friends with cameras closer.
Hollywood has yet to catch up with the optimism of the times ushered in with President Obama.
It wasn’t just another peaceful transition of power on Tuesday; it was a call for the remaking of America.
Alta is still the people’s playground, offering world class skiing without the matching price tag.
The Aspen bomber had a long and colorful history in the area. His last act, before taking his own life, was in defiance of what the town has become, for better or worse.
Columnist Peter Shelton rings in the New Year with a list of resolutions he’ll likely not keep.
Peter Shelton offers an addition to Aspen Magazine ’s extravagant gift guide.
Stand on your feet, and go down the hill. Peter Shelton put his new hip through its paces on the mountain.
Columnist Peter Shelton shares memories of his sister after seeing a touching performance of “The Nutcracker.”
A photograph and a grandbaby bring columnist Peter Shelton to the foot of Shiprock.
It’s time for the world’s youngest empire to sit down with the world’s oldest.
New book will help skiers find their flow on the mountain, and hopefully hit the Love Spot©.
America enters a new era with the election of Barack Obama.
Columnist Peter Shelton has a problem with this column’s deadline and the results of the presidential race all the while hoping a change is on the way for American politics.
What more do you need? Peter Shelton sits down with the last undecided voter of Ouray County.