Photo: ‘E.T.,’ ‘The Muppets’ in Minturn at Blue Starlite Drive-In
The Blue Starlite Urban Drive-In continues its run of pop-up films at Little Beach Park in Minturn on Sunday, Aug. 21, with a double feature: “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” and “The Muppet Movie.” The park has space to accommodate 40 cars, which can tune into the film on their FM radios, as well as a sitting area enveloped by the mountains for film fans to set up their picnic blankets and watch movies beneath the stars. The drive-in features Blue Starlite’s ’50s-friendly customer service, a traditional concessions stand and campfire-roasted s’mores, as well as offer food options from some of Minturn’s proprietors. The first film begins at 8:30 p.m. Visit http://www.bluestarlitedrivein.com for more information and to purchase advance tickets.
Former Aspen city councilor, Skico executive Derek Johnson pleads guilty to stealing, faces 4-12 years in prison
Derek Johnson, 52, faces between four and 12 years in prison after admitting in Pitkin County District Court felony theft of stealing between $100,000 and $1 million from Skico between June 2013 and January 2019.