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    Garcia’s Market: a community anchor

    Editor’s note: By popular demand, this feature that debuted in el Sol del Valle (Sept. 9) has been translated into English for The Sopris Sun.

    One could say that Carbondale’s restaurant-store Garcia’s Market is a community anchor. Every day, they welcome customers from all throughout the Valley… read more →

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    New York Pizza rises to the occasion

    Need a fresh reason to brave the big-box development on 133? Well, there’s a new “slice of local” on Highway 133 to support! Aspen and El Jebel’s New York Pizza is tossing the dough and spreading sauces at their newest eatery, a few doors north of City Market and next… read more →

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    Who are the Huerta brothers?

    There’s a new thrift store in town, overflowing with treasures.

    From antique furniture and decorative chandeliers to jewelry, vintage electronics, kitchen supplies and, of course, plenty of clothing. Huertas Brothers replaced what was previously Back Door Consignment, tucked behind Axkawa (Señor Taco Show) and Granetta Paniniread more →

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    C'dale commercial occupancy down but not dire

    By Will Grandbois

    Sopris Sun Correspondent

    Last year’s freeze is thawing, and the local business scene seems to be emerging mostly intact.

    Our annual commercial inventory found just 10 fewer operating storefronts and offices than last year. Yes, that’s a negative trend, but withread more →

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    Inventor rides waves of opportunity

    It may appear that Chris Karol’s life has taken a circuitous route. Looking closer, you will see that each turn has led to a series of connected pathways.
    The year 1982 would see the first official snowboard competition, the National Snow Surfing Championships (later known as the U.S. Open… read more →

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    689 gets a new edge

    A young participant practices his axe throwing. Photos by Sue Rollyson.

    Upon arrival, it’s hard to know what to expect at AX’D BABE, Carbondale’s newest venture behind 689 Main Street. Through the wrought iron gate, straw bales circle up to wood-burning fire pits and light…

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