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Sometime late in the last century, rumors of a mysterious low-level hum audible in and around Taos, NM, grew loud enough to draw national attention.
The beginning of the end began with a rumor that electrified the 1950s ski underground with the smoking news that, “They’re actually packing the snow in Aspen!”
With summer hitting full stride in the Roaring Fork Valley, the Ideas Festival crowd turned into more of a Mountain Fair crowd, and instead of contemplating the economic value of a human life, I find I am contemplating the value of a poetic life.
In celebrating MG’s 40th year of publication, we thought to reach back to one of our most beloved poetry editors
Fortunately, there are free concerts, and lots of them, for you to flee freely to throughout spectacular mountain venues
Mountain Gazette #190 Moonlight Chronicles.
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Politics has been called the world’s second-oldest profession. If this is the case, then, in this country, the third is making moonshine.
When I first met her, Keeney’s highest aspiration was to move to Paris and become a Lady of the Evening, or of the Morning, for that matter.
MG #190′s Way of the Mountain, here to satisfy your poetry cravings.
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