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Concerts and other music-related events in and around Colorado Springs for the week beginning March 30, 2017.
By Terry Terrones and Jennifer Mulson The Gazette -Updated: 2 hr ago
I’m a full-on wannabe podcast connoisseur, so you can understand why I might appreciate a well-curated list of some of the best episodes out there. National Public Radio asked listeners to recommend their favorite podcast episodes — not just those on NPR but from all sorts of media...
By Jennifer Mulson email@example.com -Updated: 4 hr ago
By the time Sierra Hull was 16, she'd already released two bluegrass albums, one of which was through a recognized record label. Looking back now, from the ripe, old age of 25, she doesn't seem that surprised. When she picked up the mandolin at age 8, she knew music would be her...
Travis M. Andrews, The Washington PostUpdated: 4 hr ago
Since she first stepped onto the set of "Wheel of Fortune" in 1982, young and clad in a purple gown, Vanna White was an American institution. Five years into White's career, though, America gasped when the game show sweetheart, wearing only a long-sleeved shirt that exposed her bare...
BY STEPHANIE EARLS firstname.lastname@example.org -Updated: 6 hr ago
Today's column involves a bit of math, but don't stress. It's beer math. And should you find yourself in a certain northeastern neighborhood of Colorado Springs a few weeks hence, you can sample the sudsy sum for yourself - though definitely not in one sitting. "I think I counted,...
by eric singer email@example.comUpdated: 17 hr ago
Eliza Love is ready to make you smile and belly laugh with her own unique brand of humor on the Gazette Facebook's exclusive Take 10 segment on Friday, March 31, in the noon hour. This 35-year-old part-time teacher in a Colorado Springs school district wears many hats in her...
By Jennifer Mulson firstname.lastname@example.org -Updated: 17 hr ago
Before "Bye Bye Birdie" premiered on Broadway, the buzz was less than positive. Folks thought the inaugural rock 'n' roll musical was sure to crash and burn before its 1960 premiere.
By JL FIELDS, email@example.com -Updated: 18 hr ago
I should be embarrassed when I get visibly giddy at a restaurant, but when I greet a server with the statement, "I'm going to order vegan," and she replies, "Oh, we know what vegan is. No animals, no dairy, no eggs, no honey," well, tears of joy, people, tears of joy. I couldn't help...
By linda navarro firstname.lastname@example.org -Updated: 18 hr ago
They're stylin' in their fashion designers' best, with spring hairstyles to match, as Denver Fashion Week(end) Spring '17 hits the runway Thursday through Sunday at a new location, EXDO Event Center, 1399 35th St., in Denver. The best in fashion and hairstyling will take home awards....
By teresa Farney email@example.com -Updated: 18 hr ago
Chefs went knife-to-knife March 20 for the honor of displaying a traveling trophy in their eatery. The American Culinary Federation - Pikes Peak Chapter had the fifth Dueling Knives battle between Eric Brenner, executive chef and owner of Red Gravy, and Rocio Neyra Prado, sous chef...