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EVENTColorado Springs 2015 Kidney WalkEVENT DATESunday, August 30, 2015EVENT LOCATIONMemorial Park1605 Pikes Peak Ave.Colorado Springs, COCONTACTkendra.burrell@kidney.org720.748.9991 Ext. … more
The building that houses the Tavern Uptown, a popular watering hole at 538 E. 17th Ave., is being redeveloped into a mixed-use project with plans to develop an eight-story building with roughly 315 … more
Shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage nation-wide, the Episcopal Church changed church law to allow same-sex religious marriages throughout the denomination. The vote … more
If you have seen folks tromping around the Pineries Open Space in Black Forest and wondered if it was reopened and no-one told you, don’t worry. The 1,070-acre preserve at Shoup and Vollmer … more
At the end of a day of work, after an hour’s commute from Denver, Stephen Sweeney arrived at the Monument Park-n-Ride lot with a smile. He didn’t look stressed, like a lot of motorists do … more
As an aviation electronics expert in the Marine Corps during the early 1990s, Fernando Salazar could see the future. “I worked with a lot of really high-tech stuff,” Salazar said. “Because of my background in the military, I had a firm … more
The brick four-story Victorian building at 1727 Tremont Place says “Navarre” on its facade, but today it has a new life as the American Museum of Western Art, and houses the impressive Western art collection belonging to businessman Phil … more
If ever there was a sworn devotee — a chanting, face-painted worshipper — of the Big, it is Marvel. So the prospect that Ant-Man, the minuscule Mighty Mouse of Marvel's stable of powerhouses, might join the brawny big-screen ranks of the … more
With only a few weeks left, the Colorado Renaissance Festival in Larkspur was full of visitors on a recent day. On July 12, several hundred were adorned in fairy wings, wizard cloaks and even pirate peg legs, snacking on turkey legs and throwing … more
Some folks blame the Russians for the end of the fur trade in the Tri-Lakes area. “In 1946 the fox farms were a good thriving business,” wrote Lucille Lavelett. “The United States made a … more
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