Jen Mulson

Entertainment Reporter

Jennifer Mulson has worked in the entertainment department of The Gazette for 12 years, first doing the calendar listings for all those fine events, and is now the arts and entertainment reporter. She particularly loves a Broadway musical, an indie, folky singer/songwriter and a passionate spoken word poem.
  • Vietnam War wives call mayday in new Colorado Springs exhibit

    Updated: 2 hr ago

    The Vietnam War inadvertently decimated the quiet, subservient wife stereotype. When Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy and Army troops were captured by the North Vietnamese or went missing in action in the late 1960s and early '70s, the government ordered their wives and families to keep...

  • Winners of COPPeR's Peak Arts Prize announced

    Published: Fri, Mar 23, 2018

    Never let it be said that Colorado Springs lacks creativity. After receiving 34 applications for its inaugural Peak Arts Prize, the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region announced the winners who'll receive thousands of extra dollars to help fuel pet projects later this year. "I...

  • Local ice skater makes debut in 'Frozen' coming to Colorado Springs

    Updated: 21 hr ago

    Not many kids graduate from high school and immediately embark on a cross-country tour with Disney on Ice.

  • Pikes Picks: Colorado Springs' best Cajun food can be found in a drab strip mall


    I'm a library ghost. I haunt the stacks every month waiting for current issues of magazines to be available for check out. But now I've discovered Texture, an app that bills itself as the Netflix of magazines. For $9.99 per month you get access to dozens of magazines that are...

  • Colorado Springs burlesque troupe celebrating 10 years of Peaks and Pasties


    Fire tassels. Rhinestone-decked G-strings. Fishnets and garter belts. When Lindzey Martucci - Lola Spitfire to her fans - founded Peaks and Pasties a decade ago in decidedly conservative Colorado Springs, the odds were stacked against her. But her female intuition told her that...

  • Guitar virtuoso Tommy Emmanuel to perform in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Tue, Mar 20, 2018

    Australian guitar virtuoso Tommy Emmanuel will perform June 10 at Pikes Peak Center. Tickets are $32-$47 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. Call 520-7469 or go online to or Emmanuel calls his 10-finger playing "finger style" and uses more than one guitar...

  • Blues icon Buddy Guy to perform in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Mon, Mar 19, 2018

    Grammy Award-winning blues guitarist Buddy Guy will perform at Pikes Peak Center this summer. He'll be joined June 19 by Tom Hambridge. Tickets are $39.50-$75 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. Call 888-929-7849 or go online to or The iconic musician...

  • Pikes Pick: I gave opera a chance, and it was well worth it

    Published: Mon, Mar 19, 2018

    I didn't think opera was for me until I went to Tinseltown one Wednesday afternoon for a screening of "La Boheme." The classic Puccini piece was part of "The Met: Live in HD," a series by New York City's Metropolitan Opera that records live productions and rebroadcasts them in movie...

  • 'Musical Swings' return to Colorado for Green Box Arts Festival

    Updated: Sun, Mar 18, 2018

    Summer is meant for swinging. "The Musical Swings" will make an encore appearance in Green Mountain Falls as part of the Green Box Arts Festival, running June 29 through July 7. The swings first entranced folks in the Pikes Peak region during the 2014 festival and are being brought...

  • Pikes Pick: New book promises the dirt on all things 'The Bachelor'

    Published: Sat, Mar 17, 2018

    Did you see the ending of "The Bachelor?" Oh Arie, Arie, Arie. And Lauren, "Bachelor Nation" has your back. Dump that guy already. Yes, it's true, I'm a fan of the reality TV franchise. Don't judge me. It keeps me off the streets. Amy Kaufman's recently released book "Bachelor Nation:...

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