Stuff by Megan Tackett

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    Coredination owners land in new studio space

    If home is where the heart is, then the new Coredination studio location at 1101 Village Rd. is where Alexandra and Anthony Jerkunica are keeping theirs. The husband-and-wife duo co-founded Coredination — which houses Bonedale Ballet — in 2004, but they’re just now settling into a permanent locationread more →

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    Sandra Lopez leaves Sanctuary after 10 months of solitude

    For the first time in 10 months and two days, Sandra Lopez left the Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist parsonage, where she had been living in sanctuary with her youngest daughter Areli, a U.S. citizen.

    “I [was] counting every second!” she said.

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    Carbondale celebrates community’s artistic path

    To say that the Rio Grande ARTway is a collaboration between Carbondale Arts, the Carbondale Creative District and the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority — while accurate — would be limited. In reality, the one-mile linear park has been a work in progress by more than 100 volunteers andread more →

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    Inaugural Compassion Fest seeks to inspire action

    Compassion is a verb. That’s the contention that Way of Compassion Founder John Bruna and Director Aaron Taylor are making, and they’ve organized an entire festival to convey the assertion.

    “The whole purpose here is to inspire people into action,” Bruna said of the inauguralread more →

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    Smiling Goat Ranch reaches out to veterans

    Sheryl Barto describes herself as an “autism mom who loves horses.” So when she discovered the Horse Boy Method, an equine therapy model tailored to ease some of the burdens associated with autism, it inspired her to found the Smiling Goat Ranch in 2015.

    “I thinkread more →

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    Fair sparks petitioning debate; Town of Carbondale decision expected

    Fred Malo was taken aback when he was asked by a Mountain Fair volunteer to leave Sopris Park premises. He was collecting signatures for the Colorado Rising coalition effort, which seeks to increase the required distance between oil and gas wells and occupied buildings from the current 500read more →

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    Mitsch Bush discusses getting things done during stop in C’dale

    A lot can happen over a cup of coffee — even cultivating common ground between Democrats and Republicans. That has been Diane Mitsch Bush’s philosophy throughout her three-term tenure as a state representative, and it will continue to be her mentality in Washington, D.C. if she is successfulread more →

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    True to its name, The Guest House welcomes all

    Seth O’Donovan and her team are a few years off from fully realizing her vision for The Guest House at 13 Moons Ranch, but her current mantra is a simple one: yes.

    “When folks walk up to me [and say], ‘Seth, we had this idea, mayberead more →

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    Local legacy collection includes works by Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns

    To commemorate the museum’s fifth anniversary, Powers Art Center Director Melissa English curated a true crowd pleaser, returning to the original Andy Warhol and Jasper Johns staples in the John and Kimiko Powers Collection.

    “This one is especially close to my heart because it’s the originalread more →

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    Piecing together an angel

    Diane Orlov’s studio space in the Third Street Center is filled with hundreds of carefully stored plates, each harboring glass pebbles in different sizes and colors arranged in different designs. But those plates aren’t the designs’ final destination: they’re pieces that will create a larger whole on anread more →