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  • Saturday Growl Fest celebrates cars, beer, dogs

    BY STEPHANIE EARLS stephanie.earls@gazette.com -
    Updated: Thu, Sep 11, 2014

    11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Bristol
Brewing Co., Ivywild School, 1604 S. Cascade Ave., free, $20 to 
enter a car, 633-2555, growlfest.com Celebrate three grrrreat pillars of Colorado identity - craft beer, Subarus and dogs - at Growl Fest on Saturday. The event, sponsored by Heuberger...

  • MOVIE REVIEW: 'Dolphin Tale' sequel holds interest for younger viewers

    By ROGER MOORE McClatchy Newspapers -
    Updated: Thu, Sep 11, 2014

    You might have thought "Dolphin Tale," the sleeper hit kids' film of a few falls back, was a complete, compact and uplifting story that didn't really need a second act. And if so, you were on the money. A fictionalized account of the true story of Winter, a badly injured dolphin...

  • DINING REVIEW: Innovative, delicious food at the Wild Goose

    By ROBIN INTeMaNN robin.intemann@gazette.com -
    Updated: Thu, Sep 11, 2014

    The Wild Goose Meeting House wears a lot of hats, but what's most impressive is that they all fit so well. This downtown establishment, as (part of) its name suggests, is a place to meet morning, noon and night. It's a coffeehouse, breakfast place, lunch spot, happy hour site and live...

  • Comics Art Fest draws 'Teen Titans' artist

    By BILL RADFORD bill.radford@gazette.com -
    Updated: Thu, Sep 11, 2014

    2 p.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, Arts Alley (just west of Escape Velocity Comics & Graphic Novels, 19 E. Bijou St.), free, followed by free, all-ages music show at 6 p.m. with bands including Celestial Mechanics and Rough Age, 578-8847, escapevelocitycomics.com. When Kenneth Rocafort...

  • MOVIE REVIEW: 'The Drop' is a simmering thriller

    By ROGER MOORE McClatchy Newspapers -
    Updated: Thu, Sep 11, 2014

    They also serve who pour and observe. That's Bob Saginowski's modus operandi. He's bartender-
for-life at Cousin Marv's on the cruel side of Brooklyn, a 30-something loner living in the house his late parents bought. Bob notices things, which we gather is a pretty solid survival...

  • MOVIE SHORTS: Sept. 12-18

    Updated: Thu, Sep 11, 2014

    opening "Atlas Shrugged III: Who is John Galt?" - (Sci-fi drama, PG-13, running time not available). Not reviewed. The economy on the verge of collapse, one man has the answer to the crisis. Some will stop at nothing to stop him. "No Good Deed" - (Thriller, PG-13, 84 minutes) Not...

  • TABLE TALK: The Winery at Holy Cross Abbey winemaker's dinner takes place in Colorado Springs

    teresa j. farney teresa.farney@gazette.com -
    Updated: Thu, Sep 11, 2014

    The Harvest Festival at the Winery at Holy Cross Abbey, 3011 E. Colorado Highway 50 in Cañon City, takes place Sept. 27-28. The event, in its 13th year, is the perfect place to sample the latest wine releases created by the award-winning winemaker. A highlight of the weekend is the...

  • COLORADO SPRINGS MUSIC CALENDAR: Sept. 12-18

    Updated: Thu, Sep 11, 2014

    MUSIC - Back East Bar & Grill - 9475 Briar Village Point, 264-6161, backeastbarandgrill.com - Black Forest Community Center - 12530 Black Forest Road, blackroseacoustic.org - The Black Sheep - 2106 E. Platte Ave., 227-7625, blacksheeprocks.com - La Taverne - 1 Lake Ave.,...

  • Local A&E news: A new partnership between Arvada Center and Colorado Chamber Orchestra

    By Jennifer Mulson jen.mulson@gazette.com -
    Updated: Thu, Sep 11, 2014

    New partnership forged between 
Arvada Center and Colorado Chamber Orchestra The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities has entered into a partnership with the Colorado Chamber Orchestra. The orchestra will perform Handel, Mozart and Beethoven at its inaugural performances Oct....

  • Blog: New Colorado poet laureate

    By Jennifer Mulson
    Updated: Thu, Sep 11, 2014

    Colorado has a new poet laureate. His name is Joe Hutchison and he lives in Indian Hills. He graduated from the University of Northern Colorado and earned and MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia. And the best part: he makes his living as a writer. Good on...

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