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  • Annexed tract will bring jobs, city says Annexed tract will bring jobs, city says
    Colorado Springs City Council has approved the annexation of property for a manufacturer of oil and gas products and services, which will spark hiring,…
  • Eric Bransby retrospective happening in Denver Eric Bransby retrospective happening in Denver
    This fall, longtime local artist Eric Bransby will celebrate his 98th birthday. He's the man behind many local murals, including those at the Colorado…
  • Is this the prettiest autumn ever or what? Is this the prettiest autumn ever or what?
    For the past month, social-media feeds have been full of gold, red, orange and green, as the Front Range dons its autumnal splendor before…
  • Colorado Springs is losing its edge Colorado Springs is losing its edge
    After decades of building our reputation as a breeding ground for unhinged reactionaries — from James Dobson's gay-baiting of fictional character SpongeBob Squarepants to Doug Lamborn's…
  • Broadmoor has its head in the clouds Broadmoor has its head in the clouds
    There's a reason The Broadmoor resort earns five stars. Not satisfied to just keep on keeping on, the luxury hotel has been adding features…
  • Is it funny, or funny? Is it funny, or funny?
    Quite possibly the funniest man who ever lived, John Cleese, famously said that an Englishman would rather be told he’s a bad lover than…
  • Professional Priorities Professional Priorities
    The young professional discussion has been a hot topic in the Springs since I moved here in 2006. It’s a barometer of growth for…
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