Hunter S. Thompson’s politics take center stage at The Temporary | Arts & Entertainment | aspendailynews.com

Despite his ashes being fired out of a cannon in Woody Creek 13 years ago, it seems like Hunter S. Thompson is everywhere these days.

Over the summer, Thompson was the star of a fascinating exhibit at the Aspen Historical Society’s Wheeler-Stallard Museum that focused on the gonzo journalist’s failed 1970 campaign for sheriff of Pitkin County, and a couple of recent books have shined a spotlight on the “Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail ’72” author’s political views and private side.

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