Food & Wine magazine’s longest standing festival, the Classic in Aspen, wrapped up its 29th year on Sunday as some 5,000 consumers, restaurant operators and sponsors finished their networking, eating and drinking and left the Colorado resort town, which normally has a population of 6,000. A spokeswoman for the Classic said the number of attendees has remained the same for years, as it always sells out. But the Aspen Times reported that the classic sold out more rapidly than it had ...
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