Seth Boster

Reporter

Seth joined The Gazette in May 2016 after working at The Star in Anniston, Ala.
  • Pikes Pick: Lil' Tin Can food truck dishes tasty Cajun delights in Colorado Springs

    Yesterday

    The Lil' Tin Can might be lil', but the flavor is big. The food truck - er, tiny trailer - dishes out Cajun delights such as chicken and sausage gumbo and broccoli florentine bisque. New Orleans' famed muffuletta sandwich also entices. For $9, I got a grilled panini of slow-cooked pot...

  • Pikes Pick: Jason Isbell is at it again

    Updated: Mon, Mar 27, 2017

    Ahead of his third album release in four years, the single "Hope the High Road" was premiered by Entertainment Weekly, which aptly hailed him "Americana music's premier working talent." He's been on the fast track since 2013's "Southeastern," a lyrical masterpiece that explored his...

  • Colorado state parks: Paonia

    Published: Mon, Mar 27, 2017

    Paonia Description: It's as primitive as state parks come. The narrow 330-acre reservoir emerges in a heavily wooded canyon, nestled beneath the Ragged Mountains on the Western Slope. There are no hiking trails. The state park also has no available drinking water. There are two...

  • Colorado Springs author presents life, work of forgotten architect

    Updated: Sun, Mar 26, 2017

    On sunny days in the 1970s, Elaine Freed would guide schoolchildren through the Old North End neighborhood in Colorado Springs and point out intriguing aspects, such as iron fences. "That was part of the story of the town. People came here and built houses and put fences in front and...

  • Colorado Springs visually-impaired skiers find freedom, strength on the slopes

    Updated: Sun, Mar 26, 2017

    The parking lot bustles as waves of skiers and riders head to the shuttle that will take them to the resort's base. Behind them is Amber Sherrard, who takes awhile to strap on her boots before reluctantly slipping on a final piece of apparel. On the back of the orange vest reads:...

  • Pikes Pick: Netflix series "Love" explores challenges of a relationship in modern world

    Updated: Fri, Mar 24, 2017

    Netflix rolled out the second season of its original series "Love" this month and it's as enjoyable as the last. Gus, the good guy fighting awkwardness and constant relationship failures, and Mickey, the bad girl fighting the same fight, continue to frustratingly grow intimately. It's...

  • First symposium of its kind in Colorado Springs celebrates the outdoor industry

    Updated: Tue, Mar 21, 2017

    Music blasted. Beer was served. A man walked around in hunting attire and another relaxed in a tent that dangled from City Auditorium's ceiling. And the first of what organizers hope to make an annual celebration of Colorado Springs' outdoor recreation was underway. A Thursday...

  • Pikes Peak holds hazards even for advanced skiers

    Updated: Tue, Mar 21, 2017

    The earliest accounts of skiing on Pikes Peak refer to what became known as "Suicide Hill." Jumping was the game in the 1920s; young thrill-seekers would strap barrel staves to their feet and soar down America's Mountain. The Silver Spruce Ski Club was made up of these types, and...

  • Pikes Pick: Find peace on scenic trails of Blodgett Peak Open Space

    Updated: Tue, Mar 21, 2017

    I've always been able to find quality alone time on the trails at Blodgett Peak Open Space. And here I go recommending you all disrupt the peace. Follow the out-and-back path to the 9,423-foot peak or enjoy a shorter or longer excursion throughout the forested acres. Parking lot at...

  • Outdoor recreation symposium kicking off in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Mon, Mar 20, 2017

    David Leinweber was sitting around with local stakeholders whose hope had recently been shot down: The Colorado Springs City Council had decided against passing a measure that would have allowed voters to decide on putting some tax money into parks. Leinweber and others in that room...

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