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  • Colorado Renaissance Festival & Artisans Marketplace
  • Crowd sourcing
  • Colorado Renaissance Festival & Artisans Marketplace
  • Kin Scott
  • Apr 5, 2012
  • Civics: Colorado Springs recently converted to a ‘strong-mayor’ form of government. But much of the real work here continues to be done by people in other city offices; the teachers, 
professors and administrators in local schools; and others in nonprofits and social services.
(Colorado Springs Fire Department)
  • InSider 2012
  • Civics: Colorado Springs recently converted to a ‘strong-mayor’...
  • Kin Scott
  • Apr 5, 2012
  • South: Our southern end brings an interesting spread of people together. Working-class neighborhoods butt directly against some of the richer neighborhoods in the city, then both meet the military-minded living and working near Fort Carson, a sprawling military base that only continues to grow. (Cheyenne Mountain Zoo)
  • InSider 2012
  • South: Our southern end brings an interesting spread...
  • Kin Scott
  • Apr 5, 2012
  • East: As of 2009, Powers Boulevard was seeing something like 70,000 cars per day. The eastern area, as a whole, numbered about 162,000 residents — almost a third of the people living in the Pikes Peak region — and provided roughly 55,000 jobs at places like Peterson Air Force Base and the Colorado Springs Airport. (Asian Pacific Market)
  • InSider 2012
  • East: As of 2009, Powers Boulevard was seeing...
  • Kin Scott
  • Apr 5, 2012

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