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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.

Cosplayers will meet in Acacia Park Friday for First Friday art walk. Courtesy.
Cheyenne Mountain High School graduate Kai Dickson recently finished his first feature-length film, "Into the Night." It will be screened at the Tim Gill Center for Public Media on Friday. Courtesy Kai Dickson.
"Farmer" by Larry Stark of Loveland is one of 11 new sculptures in the "ARTSites" public art exhibit in the Tri-Lakes area. Courtesy.
Dancers and mannequins star at a previous "Brilliant."
Every Summer for the past 84 years, the town of Cripple Creek celebrates their donkey history with Donkey Derby Days. Donkeys were used in the gold mining days of Cripple Creek. When the mines closed, the miners left the donkeys behind to roam the streets. Some of the town's current herd are descendants of those donkeys. Hundreds flock to the town for the weekend festival with the biggest event being the donkey races. Racers run up Bennett Ave. at the beginning of the race on Saturday, June 27, 2015. The festival continues on Sunday. (Jerilee Bennett/The Gazette)
Want a gorgeous outdoor setting to go with your yoga practice? Try Yoga Today.
Want a gorgeous outdoor setting to go with your yoga practice? Try Yoga Today.
Becca Barnes is a former performer at The Peer Revue, a show that features local and regional folks with jobs in the science, technology, engineering and math fields who try their hand at stand-up comedy. Courtesy.