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Guadalupe, a Mexican mother, loses her daughter, Claudia. She stays in her son-in-law Steve’s guest room as she translates the children’s books her daughter wrote. The two, grieving under the same roof but separated by a language barrier, are ultimately brought together by a telenovela, El A…

Autumn Equinox occurs today, Sept. 22, at 1:21 p.m. our time, ushering in a season of crunchy leaf hikes, Halloween prep and the dreaded pumpkin spice. Curious minds will find the science behind the event at EarthSky (tinyurl.com/E-Sky21), but those who are just determined to do some serious…

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Byeongdoo Moon and Hyewon Sim met in their early 20s at a pre-university art academy in South Korea. Decades later, they are still artists; along the way, they’ve accumulated other identities: husband, wife, parents, and as of last November, Colorado Springs residents. “She’s my first love,”…

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It’s finally here. The ultimate extravaganza that crowns seven months of sesquicentennial tree-planting, lectures, exhibits, beard-growing, bike rides, walking tours, book clubs and a gala honoring our city’s first 150 years. Saturday’s Downtown blowout, which truly has something for everybo…

According to Nat Feather, a multidisciplinary artist, there is no other canvas on the planet quite like skin — one that moves and sneezes, twists and grows. “I’ve always been drawn to tattoos specifically because no other canvas is living ... and has their own emotions to connect with the ar…

The first time Stephanie Von Fange and Christine Flores ever worked together, it was as lab partners in a biology class. Now, almost a decade later, they are co-curators of the U OK? exhibition at GOCA Downtown.

When Mistia Fallon retired from professional performance and entertainment production to have her daughter, she realized she still wanted to be involved in the aerial community.

There’s no shortage of immaculate and meticulously curated art galleries here in Colorado Springs, but down on Royer Street — past a wastewater treatment plant, a cemetery and rows of warehouses — another kind of art space has been forming over the last two years.

The Kreuser Gallery will be presenting three new exhibits spanning three very different subjects beginning this month. Running May 7 to 28, visitors can enjoy Lupita Carrasco’s Motherhood Is Forever, Darla Slee’s Uprooting a Mountain: Norse Mythology Reimagined and Alvarez Squared by Chris A…

Just in time for National Shakespeare Day — Friday, April 23 — comes Flibbertigibbety Words, a brand new, Shakespeare-inspired children’s book by local author Donna Guthrie. Flibbertigibbety Words: Young Shakespeare Chases Inspiration follows a young William Shakespeare as he embarks upon a …

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Earth Day may still be another week away, but restricted crowd sizes and other COVID caveats have made it more important than ever to get a head start on volunteer or celebration plans. Check out this roundup of events happening all over the Pikes Peak region to find those that best suit you…