Arts & Entertainment

  • Updated

After transforming into one of the largest COVID-19 testing centers in Colorado, Water World is returning to its original state, reopening for the summer on May 29.

  • Updated

The popular Colorado Renaissance Festival will open its medieval-themed event July 3 and run weekends through Aug. 22. The annual celebration held at the fairgrounds in Larkspur was canceled last year due to COVID-19.

  • Updated

Rico's Café and Wine Bar, at 322 N. Tejon St., reopened Friday as a pop-up gallery featuring more than 20 artists from around the Pikes Peak region, including Jeremiah Houck, Mark Wong, Sheary Clough Suiter, Nard Claar, Susan Tormoen, Patti Paiz Jones and Maggie Quinn. Visitors can stop in from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. daily.

  • Updated

Cottonwood Center for the Arts is home to more than 100 creatives who rent studio space. The nonprofit arts complex also offers a variety of classes, a monthly exhibit and support for community artists. A day in the life of the center reveals painters, potters, photographers, woodworkers and more who often make a living off their craft.

The popular story of Notorious B.I.G. is of his rap rivalries and tragic demise. The 2021 Netflix documentary “Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell” …

  • Updated

New cocktail concept offered at Local Relic tasting room, Back on the Boulevard bar reopened, Spring markets gearing up, Colorado Springs Restaurant Week coming, and new menu at Urban Egg. 

  • Updated

Lee Isaac Chung's Oscar-nominated, semi-autobiographical movie "Minari" is inspired by his childhood, when his parents moved the Korean-American family to rural Arkansas to pursue the American dream. Chung's sister and parents live in Colorado Springs.