Stuff by Jeanne Souldern

  • Locations: News Published

    Norwood designs with purpose

    Update: Green is the New Black has been delayed until November. 

    Rochelle Norwood’s Africana designs are featured in the upcoming 12th annual Green is the New Black Fashion Extravaganza.

    Her introduction to Africa came 16years ago when she was dancing with the African Dance Ensemble ,

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    News Analysis: Precinct caucuses on March 7 offer grassroots participation

    We completed voting in the presidential primary this week, but did you know we still have precinct caucuses?

    Caucuses take place every two years and are a function of Colorado’s Democratic and Republican parties. Democratic and Republican party caucuses will be held, across Colorado, on Saturday, Marchread more →

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    A complete and accurate Census count impacts local service levels

    April 1 is Census Day. It is the date when the 2020 United States Census will count all people living in the United States, regardless of citizenship.

    About 30 community members of the Aspen to Parachute Complete Count Committee (A2PCCC) met on Jan. 15 at theread more →

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    Find the meditation group that fits your style and schedule

    The new year is a time when many consider adopting lifestyle changes to move toward better mind and body health. One change to consider is learning about meditation or mindfulness practices.

    With five groups meeting in Carbondale, you can find one on almost any day ofread more →

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    Getting a degree later in life

    At least three Colorado Mountain College (CMC) students view their path, as nontraditional college students, as “different” from that of traditional 18 to 22 year-old students.

    One common thread for Paula Mayer, Amanda Emerson and Troy Harcourt is although they had earned a degree, they sensedread more →

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    Creative collaboration makes the cut

    Carbondale’s connection with award-winning filmmaking is closer than you might think. In a second-floor office at CoVenture, you will find award-winning film editor Krysia Carter-Giez and director Stefano Da Frè sifting through hours of film footage for their newest collaboration titled “The Day I Had To Grow Up.”read more →

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    Dos Gringos supports community giving with 1111 campaign

    Dos Gringos Burritos and Café Olé coffee shop (Dos) recently launched a 52-week giving campaign leading up to their 20th anniversary on 11/11/2020. The campaign, known as 1111, will conclude with a total of $11,000 cash donated over the year to 52 nonprofit organizations in the Roaring Forkread more →

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    Helios Center brings light and color to therapy

    Helena Hurrell, director of the Helios Center in Carbondale, has spent much of her life studying and offering therapies that she says, “help nurture the soul.”

    One such offering will be a “Candle-light Viewing of Raphael’s Madonnas in a Healing Sequence” from 7 to 8 more →

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    CAFCI is engaged and getting results

    Carbondale was formally presented with its AARP Age-Friendly Community certification last week at an event held at the Third Street Center organized by the Carbondale Age-Friendly Community Initiative (CAFCI) — an ad hoc caucus of senior citizens whose goal is to “strengthen seniors’ voices and contributions to Carbondale.”read more →

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    Getting — and giving — a little help

    One morning recently, Crystal Meadows Senior Housing resident Elizabeth Blake got the help she wanted and needed. It came from A Little Help volunteer Amy Throm who cleaned Blake’s stove and kitchen. Blake, who has heart problems and relies on an oxygen tank, explains the difficulty she sometimesread more →