Stephanie Earls


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Coloring for spiritual contemplation is aim of new book by Colorado Springs publisher

By: Stephanie Earls

Carving out quiet time and space for contemplation can require an act of defiance in a modern world.

"We're trained to jump from topic to topic to topic and thing to thing. How often in our culture do we...

Filmmaker brings her story of hope to Colorado Springs


Shizumi Manale was born in Hiroshima, three years after the bombings that brought about the end of World War II. The first of two atomic bombs dropped by the U.S. in August 1945 killed about a third of Hiroshima's...

Colorado Springs nurse who counseled breast-cancer patients becomes one herself


Cindy Dalton's job is to help people through radiation treatment for cancer.

Over a 20-year career working in the medical field - in oncology units, cancer research and clinical trials, much of it one on one...

Meet the man in charge of promoting Colorado's booming outdoor recreation industry


Accomplished mountaineer Luis Benitez gained an insider's perspective on the outdoors at a young age, growing up in a family for whom it was both passion and profession, on two continents.

The love for...

Colorado ski areas remain high and dry, but optimistic about snow coming soon

By: Stephanie Earls

If you're pining for the slopes, you'll have to pine a little longer. An unseasonably warm fall has led to a later-than-usual start to ski and snowboard season at locations that, traditionally, are among the first...

Front Range zoos go boo for Halloween


The details: 4-8:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; Oct. 23-25, 30 and 31, 4250 Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Road; $17.25, children 2 and under free;

Something else: ZooBoo at Pueblo Zoo, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct....

Founder of Colorado Springs nonprofit dies at 87


In 1937, 10-year-old Rochunga Pudaite set out on foot from his village in the jungles of India to pursue the dreams of his father, who believed Pudaite was chosen by God to translate scripture, for the first time,...

Duo pens book about Colorado Springs' historic Ivywild neighborhood

By: Stephanie Earls

Once home to the area's first amusement park and zoo, which featured a roller coaster and a whiskey-drinking elephant, the history of Colorado Springs' Ivywild neighborhood is rich with treasures.