Blog: Another way to hear Colorado Springs Philharmonic

By: Jennifer Mulson

I was fortunate enough to attend Saturday night’s season opening performance of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic.

It was glorious. Admittedly, I don’t listen to a ton of classical music, though I do find...

TV Review - "Quantico" full of mystery and intrigue

By: Terry Terrones

Cast: Priyanka Chopra, Josh Hopkins (“Cougar Town,” “Get on Up”), Jake McLaughlin (“The Valley of Elah,” “Believe”), Johanna Braddy (“UnREAL,” “Greek”), Tate Ellington (“Straight Outta Compton,” “Sinister”), Graham...

More than $70,000 in grants awarded to Colorado Springs arts and cultural organizations

By: Jennifer Mulson

Colorado Creative Industries awarded more than $70,000 in grants to nine local arts and cultural organizations Monday.

The Colorado Creates grants provide financial support for nonprofit cultural...

Table Talk: Castle Rock Italian eatery has new owners and new menu

By: teresa farney

One of my favorite Castle Rock eateries, Uniscali Modern Italian Restaurant, 611 N. Wilcox St., has closed. In its place: VistaVino Modern Grill, with maybe even better dishes.

VistaVino is owned by Michael...

Colorado Springs restaurateur restores historic firehouse into new eatery

By: teresa farney

Johnny Nolan, owner of Southside Johnny's and Johnny's Navajo Hogan, just might be in line for some sort of historical society award. He has bought the historic Colorado Springs number three firehouse. And,...

Colorado Springs Conservatory expands reach to hundreds, builds a community 'ecosystem'

By: Jennifer Mulson

Sixteen kids signed up to study at the Colorado Springs Conservatory in its first year.

Founder Linda Weise remembers the long hours she and three other teachers logged at the conservatory's first home in a...

Telluride Blues and Brews Festival squeezes a last bit of magic out of summer

By: Dena Rosenberry, Special to The Gazette

It's improbable yet perfect, this music festival in southwest Colorado.

Thirty thousand people, gathering over three days in a town park in a box canyon framed by toothy, 14,000-foot alpine peaks.


Bing Futch to perform free concert Sept. 27

By: michelle karas

CANON CITY - Bing Futch will bring his energetic traditional and modern American brand of music to a free concert on Sunday, Sept. 27, at 3:30 p.m. at the Community Baptist Church, 1111 Monroe Ave. Doors open at...