Colorado Springs Diwali festival celebrates triumph of good over evil

By: Jennifer Mulson

By the Indian Community of Colorado Springs and Colorado College Foundation, 4 p.m. Saturday, Kathryn Mohrman Theatre in Armstrong Hall, Colorado College, 14 E. Cache La Poudre St., $15-$25, $10 with student ID,...

Dining Review: New to Manitou Springs, Creekside Cuisine & Craft Beer is making its mark

By: robin intemann

The Spa Building in Manitou Springs has housed several restaurants through the years, and Creekside Cuisine & Craft Beer has resided there since midsummer.

Anyone who's spent much time in Manitou knows...

Opponents ask federal court to stop Christo project

By: The Associated Press

DENVER — Residents fighting the artist Christo's dream of draping fabric over the Arkansas River in southern Colorado asked a federal appeals court on Wednesday to throw out permission for the artwork it considers...

Charlie Sheen ex: He 'never' disclosed HIV status

By: Andrea Mandell, USA TODAY

Bree Olson, one of the women Charlie Sheen called his "goddesses," who lived with him during the tumultuous period after the actor was fired from Two and a Half Men, says Sheen "never" disclosed his HIV-positive...

Federal appeals court considers Christo's Over the River

By: The Associated Press

DENVER — Residents fighting the artist Christo's dream of draping the Arkansas River with fabric are headed to court again to try to block the project first proposed nearly 20 years ago.

Judges at the 10th...

Conservatory boasts world-class instructors for young musicians

By: Madeleine Mellini, Colorado Springs Conservatory

More than four dozen mentors and guest artists grace the halls of the Colorado Springs Conservatory, leading instruction, workshops, master classes and private lessons for students ages 4-19. From the White House and...

Blog: Venue change for Prologue series featuring Olympia Dukakis

By: Jennifer Mulson

The TheatreWorks and UCCS Prologue series featuring Olympia Dukakis will now be at the Fine Arts Center on Tuesday night. It was originally scheduled at UCCS. 

What: Prologue with Olympia Dukakis


Denver Film Festival winners announced

By: Gazette staff

The Denver Film Festival announced its award winners for this year's festival, which ran Nov. 4-15.

"Beginning with our opening night presentation of 'Anomalisa' to closing with 'Coming Through the Rye' with...