More Stephanie Earls Articles

  • Elk Mountain Range: Historic spot in Colorado

    Updated: Thu, May 14, 2015

    Ute Indian Museum: The indigenous inhabitants of the Great Basin region once spread from Colorado to Utah, and even inspired the latter’s state name. This museum in Montrose is home to the most extensive collection of Ute artifacts in the nation. Seasonal hours vary, so check the...

  • Elk Mountain Range: Two views for postcards in Colorado

    Updated: Thu, May 14, 2015

    Maroon Bells: Motor access to this iconic spot is limited and a bus tour is your best bet. Despite the remote location and an ominous moniker — “Deadly Bells,” meant as a warning to climbers of the two fourteeners — Maroon Bells in Aspen is purportedly the “most photographed view in the...

  • Pikes Peak Whittlers host annual woodcarving show

    Updated: Thu, May 14, 2015

    10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Sunday, Colorado Springs Shrine Club, 6 S. 33rd Street; $3 adult, $2 senior and military, free for children under 12 and Scouts in uniform; 590-8694 or visit the group's Facebook page Before she took up woodcarving and became one of the...

  • Pikes Pub: What's your MomBeer?

    Updated: Sun, May 10, 2015

    It’s Mother’s Day — have you raised a craft brew to the woman who crafted and raised you? I’m currently enjoying a Bristol Beehive Honey Wheat in honor of Sandra Dunnagan Earls and the gravity-defying beehive she rocked back in the day. I remain in awe of both. What’s your Mother's...

  • Lines that bind: Mom tattoos aren't what they used to be

    Updated: Sun, May 10, 2015

    Used to be, if you wanted to honor someone important in your life by having ink permanently embedded in your dermal layer, the tattoo said something simple such as "I (heart) Mom." What it said about you? You're a guy; probably a sailor who smokes cigars and doesn't floss. Tattoos...

  • Rainy weather especially tough on gutters in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Sat, May 9, 2015

    Rain has plenty of fans, especially songwriters with umbrellas. But a good thing in abundance can start to feel like something else. That something else? You're soaking in it. Colorado's monsoon season isn't due to arrive until summer, but if you're feeling a little soggy from the...

  • Pikes Pub: The Occasional Brew creates special beers for occasions

    Updated: Wed, May 6, 2015

    The Occasional Brew was born in shadows while Christopher Crump's wife, Caitlin, was in Korea serving in the Air Force. "She's gone for a year, so I picked up this hobby. She came home, and the closets, everywhere there was a dark space, I had a carboy with beer," said Crump, an...

  • 'Human Being' photo exhibit is a marriage of art, science, history

    Updated: Mon, May 4, 2015

    Art can travel, in truth, to places that history and science venture only in theory.Cold facts alone were enough to draw photographer Andrea Modica to the haunting subject matter that became her photo series "Human Being," on exhibit at the Art Gallery at the Fulginiti Pavilion for...

  • Cinco de Mayo weekend in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Thu, Apr 30, 2015

    Luncheon, with guest speaker Raul Magdaleno, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, Hotel Eleganté, 2886 S. Circle Drive, $40; Dance, with music by Sangre Joven: 7-11 p.m. Friday, Hotel Eleganté, $15/$25 advance, $20/$35 door; Fiesta and Car Show,...

  • Got a cat with bad teeth? You're not alone

    Published: Wed, Apr 29, 2015

    Like people, cats have a set of baby teeth and permanent teeth. When those permanent teeth go bad, it isn't good and it isn't cheap to fix. "We spent over $10,000 over the past 12 months on 25 cats who needed dental care before they could be adopted," said Jennifer Nosler, founder...

The Gazette’s Deal of the Day