Linda Navarro | Updated: Thu, Jan 19, 2017
Here's a look ahead at the announced nonprofit benefits slated for the busy year of 2017. Some dates, events and locations are still to be determined.
Jan. 13-14: "Next to Normal: A...
Stephanie Earls | Updated: Thu, Jan 19, 2017
Even out of makeup and in workout clothes, Catherine Audy and Alexis Trudel are more butterfly than you or I ever will be.
Suspended from long cords above the stage at The Broadmoor World Arena,...
Arts and Entertainment, Food, Local, Dining
Teresa Farney | Updated: Thu, Jan 19, 2017
There were a couple of hiccups during the construction of the much anticipated Prime25, 1605 S. Tejon St., a new steak and fish palace. The opening had been planned for the first week of December....
Arts and Entertainment
Jen Mulson | Updated: Wed, Jan 18, 2017
Beethoven and Tchaikovsky, by Colorado Springs Philharmonic, featuring pianist Barry Douglas and world premiere of a composition inspired by Pikes Peak by Daniel Kellogg, with conductor Josep...
Arts and Entertainment, Local
Jen Mulson | Updated: Tue, Jan 17, 2017
A 15-year-old James Johnson never imagined the hours he spent horsing around on the trampoline would translate into a career that took him around the world.
A decade later, the Sullivan, Mo.,...
The Gazette | Updated: Mon, Jan 16, 2017
Here's a look at what's happening Monday on Martin Luther King Jr. Day around the Colorado Springs area:
“Remembering the Dream,” a Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, 10 a.m.-noon,...
life, Nonprofits, Around Town
Linda Navarro | Updated: Sun, Jan 15, 2017
Over the Rocky Mountain Community Land Trust's 20 years, 310 low-income families have become homeowners. It's the Trust's mantra: "Building a strong community ... one home ... one neighborhood at...
They're happily ensconced in what's called Colorado Springs' "New South End" and volunteers at the Assistance League's Bargain Box Thrift Store are busy in the midst of building and developments...