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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.

Jennifer Mulson staff mug Thursday, June 12, 2014. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette
Comic book writer Steven Seagle grew up in Colorado Springs and graduated from Coronado High School in 1983. His new book of graphic essays "Get Naked" feature stories about getting naked, literally and metaphorically, in different spots around the globe. Courtesy.
Pikes Peak Library District staff collected more than 400 images from rallies and marches throughout the Pikes Peak region during the first 100 days of President Donald Trump's inaugural term. Those photos make up the digital collection and traveling exhibit "The First 100 Days!" Courtesy Pikes Peak Library District.
Left to right: Floyd Clown, Bill Matson and Doug War Eagle. The three men will be at a book signing for Matson's "Crazy Horse: The Lakota Warrior's Life & Legacy" on Saturday at Hooked on Books. Courtesy photo.
TheatreWorks' rendition of the classic 1943 musical "Oklahoma" will open Thursday in Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater at Ent Center for the Arts. Courtesy TheatreWorks.
Colorado Ballet dancers Sharon Wehner and Yosvani Ramos perform in the upcoming "Romeo and Juliet." Photo credit: Allen Birnbach
A 69-year-old great-grandmother fronts the grindcore band Grindmother. She performs in the trio with her son. They'll stop at The Black Sheep on Wednesday. Courtesy.
Jennifer Mulson staff mug Thursday, June 12, 2014. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette
(Courtesy of Cinderella the Musical)
Country star Clint Black will perform June 8 at Paramount Theatre in Denver. Courtesy.