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The 10th issue of Three Wire Winter features William Aloysius Yeager, Larry Kaminski, Doak Walker, Walt Barns, Robin Olds, Don Valentine, Chapmen Theil, Daniel Jenkins, Si Lockhart and Dee Richards. It includes articles about the Steamboat Repertory Theatre, the art of canning, and The Unique Shop.
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Various community members describe theatre in Steamboat Springs and discuss the Steamboat Repertory Theatre.
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Eleanor Bliss describes many of her varied life experiences including time she spent at Perry Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp and The Explorers Club in New York City as well as her contributions to the Steamboat Springs Arts Council.
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Eleanor Bliss discusses the history of the Depot and its transition to a space for the Steamboat Springs Arts Council. Stan Whittemore, president of the Steamboat Springs Arts Council, provides more details about the organization.
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The 23rd issue of Three Wire Winter includes a dedication to the memory of Dorothy Wither, interviews with Jim "Moose" Barrows, Dave Whittlesey, Stan Whittemore, Eleanor Bliss, Janet DeGroff, Lorraine Arkind, Lloyd Monger, Mike Barry, Jupiter and Barbara Jones, and feature articles on The Arts and Humanities Center, Quilting, Dr. Frederick Willett, the Chief Theater, and the Steamboat Powder Cats.
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Noel Hefty, Julie Filler and Robin Getter talk about their experiences with dance, why they are so passionate about the subject, and how each of their unique life journeys led them to the dance scene in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
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Bill McKelvie and a student interview Angelo Iacovetto and his wife Helen for the Winter 1988 issue of Three Wire Winter about growing up and working in Routt County.
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Seann Smith and Bill McKelvie interview Eleanor Bliss about the history of the Depot and its transition to a space for the Steamboat Springs Arts Council.