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.
  • Pikes Pick: A dozen powerful phrases to fuel relationships

    Updated: 12 hr ago

    "It's like this." "I don't know." "Good enough." "I love you." Kelly Corrigan's new nonfiction book "Tell Me More" is divided into a collection of essays based on a common or not-so-common phrase. I loved her reflections about her relationships with her friends, two daughters, husband...

  • Territory Days in Colorado Springs honors history of state's first capital

    Updated: Fri, May 25, 2018

    Once upon a time, in a town not that far away, scandalous activity was keeping the Woman's Christian Temperance Union up at night.  It was the late 1800s, and Colorado City (now Old Colorado City) was the last bit of civilization before folks headed west to chase their fortune in...

  • Cons, cash in Colorado Springs production of 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels'

    Updated: Thu, May 24, 2018

    The Tony Award-winning 2004 musical "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" will polish off the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College's theater season with its only adult musical comedy on the 2017-2018 roster.

  • Disney on Ice set to make winter stop in Colorado

    Updated: Wed, May 23, 2018

    "Disney on Ice presents Dare to Dream" will be at Pepsi Center in Denver this winter.

  • Celtic Woman soothes world weary, will play in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Tue, May 22, 2018

    Touring the world isn't all glitz and glamour. After soprano Máiréad Carlin finishes her last note with Celtic Woman, she goes backstage, peels off her fake eyelashes, puts on her flannel pajamas and makes a cup of tea. Performing is her greatest love, but it comes with baggage. The...

  • Live Well: These podcasts will save your soul

    Updated: Tue, May 22, 2018

    Anyone who's read Julia Cameron's classic self-help book, "The Artist's Way," knows she's a strong believer in "filling the well." To deepen your creativity, you must find what inspires and nourishes you mentally, emotionally and spiritually, and partake in it often. For me,...

  • Contemporary Christian band Casting Crowns to play in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Mon, May 21, 2018

    The Grammy and Dove award-winning Christian rock band Casting Crowns will make a stop in Colorado Springs this fall. The group's "The Very Next Thing Tour" will be at The Broadmoor World Arena on Oct. 14. I Am They will open the show. Tickets start at $23 and go on sale at 10 a.m....

  • Pikes Pick: Podcast series 'Habitat' offers possible look at life in space

    Published: Mon, May 21, 2018

    Listening to the new nonfiction podcast series "Habitat" sends me spiraling into a panic. In order to help NASA understand what life on Mars might be like, six people volunteered to go on a fake space mission simulating life on the red planet. They agreed to spend a whole year in a...

  • 'PJ Masks Live!' brings young superheroes to Colorado Springs

    Updated: Sun, May 20, 2018

    If only every pair of pajamas promised magical powers. In the popular animated Disney Junior TV series "PJ Masks," three young friends are school kids by day and superheroes by night. If one of them or their friends has a bad day at school, they take matters into their own hands. At...

  • Bluegrass, brews at Big Wonderful festival in Denver

    Updated: Thu, May 17, 2018

    It's big and it's wonderful. What more do you need to know? The Big Wonderful festival is crammed with bluegrass music, food trucks, vendors and breweries, distilleries and wineries. Up to 10,000 people came to the first event of the season this month in Denver's River North Art...

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