"This whole city could really become sort of a high-altitude Austin," ??? Or to be more precise it should say "There is no way in hell that this town could be anything like Austin, not in a million years. Ft.Lupton maybe, if it tried really really hard, maybe.
My question is: does this guy live in Manitou? No. Will he have to deal with the noise and traffic? No. This is a win-win? I don't think so. We already have more cars than the infrastructure can handle; 750 more? I dont think so and I don't think any of the folks living in Manitou do either. Maybe he should by the Walton's house that's for sale; obviously they don't want to enjoy the benefits of the amphitheater either.
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Great article Kirsten! It is so inspirational to see how creative people embrace technology, and actually profit.
Can't wait! I love all the shows at the Butte.
Free Expression Poetry Night is now hosted at The Warehouse (25 W Cimarron St. / corner of Cimarron and Sahwatch) from 6pm-9pm
YES... Backstreet Boys have been touring, pretty much continuously since UNBREAKABLE album launched in late 2007 ~ that tour only ended in 3/2009, and they have been recording & doing promo since then. BSB have millions of fans globally who still love to hear their new and classic songs. www.backstreetboys.com It would be really cool if real facts were posted here.
How is the third album in four years a "reunion" album for the Backstreet Boys? Fresh off a world tour to support their last album Unbreakable last year, the Backstreet Boys immediately went into the studio for This Is Us. Although this album's style harkens back to their earlier R&B roots compared to the poprock Never Gone and Unbreakable, I would hardly call a band that has worked together for almost 17 years a "comeback".
I think this is great for Pueblo and to expose the town and it's artist to other communities as well. Wish you all the best of luck in your endeavor and look forward to seeing your work in the future.
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