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Americana meets hardcore: Rains drenched MeadowGrass this year, but diehards fought back with wooden pallets and, of course, the big yellow tent.

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  • During the Springs' Friday stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, Denver's B-cycle Bear promoted that city's popular bike-sharing program.
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  • During the Springs' Friday stage of the USA...
  • Kirsten Akens
  • Aug 28, 2012
  • Intruders flooded Venue 515 last week, but Business of Art Center executive director Natalie Johnson sees hope in the ruin.
  • Slice of life
  • Intruders flooded Venue 515 last week, but Business...
  • Kin Scott
  • Aug 22, 2012
  • The finish line at the Color Run, an event last Saturday in Fountain to benefit the Waldo Canyon Fire Victim Assistance Fund — and the soap industry.
  • Slice of life
  • The finish line at the Color Run, an...
  • Bryan Oller
  • Aug 15, 2012
  • Chugging along a 2,200-foot length at 11.4 mph, the Royal Gorge Aerial Tram — built over 40 years ago — hovers 1,178 feet above the canyon floor.
  • Slice of life
  • Chugging along a 2,200-foot length at 11.4 mph,...
  • Rebecca Tillett
  • Aug 8, 2012
  • Lots of folks donned swim caps for Friday's Guinness World Record attempt. Unfortunately, the Springs was 500-some shy of beating Tybee Island, Ga.
  • Slice of life
  • Lots of folks donned swim caps for Friday's...
  • Bryan Oller
  • Aug 1, 2012
  • Even the undead get some exercise and fresh air. See this motley (yet photogenic) crew from Morrison's Run For Your Lives 5K obstacle course race.
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  • Even the undead get some exercise and fresh...
  • Rebecca Tillett
  • Jul 25, 2012
  • How fast does nature begin to recover from a scorching? This new growth already is sprouting up through the Waldo Canyon Fire ashes in Cascade.
  • Slice of life
  • How fast does nature begin to recover from...
  • Kathy Conarro
  • Jul 17, 2012
  • As anybody who has ever been to the Renaissance Festival can attest, many hundreds of dragons a day are slain by the brave youth of Larkspur.
  • Slice of life
  • As anybody who has ever been to the...
  • Kin Scott
  • Jul 11, 2012
  • A view in Mountain Shadows. As Harry Houdini said, 'Fire has always been and, seemingly, will always remain, the most terrible of the elements.'
  • Slice of life
  • A view in Mountain Shadows. As Harry Houdini...
  • Brienne Boortz
  • Jul 4, 2012
  • Even our firefighters are taking photos of what’s happening in the skies as a result of the Waldo Canyon Fire, which started Saturday afternoon.
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  • Even our firefighters are taking photos of what’s...
  • Bryan Oller
  • Jun 27, 2012
  • Charlese Bobo performed Friday at the Pioneers Museum's opening of Any Place That Is North and West: African Americans in Colorado Springs.
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  • Charlese Bobo performed Friday at the Pioneers Museum's...
  • Bryan Oller
  • Jun 20, 2012
  • Last Thursday's storm surprised many for the second consecutive day, with rain and hail quickly pooling like this on Vickers Drive near Union Boulevard.
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  • Last Thursday's storm surprised many for the second...
  • Bryan Oller
  • Jun 13, 2012

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