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Arizona’s Hardest Rocking Band Announces Summer Tour with Ballyhoo and Versus The World
April 3, 2013 – Los An
Some say the comic book world is divided between two camps: Batman fans and Superman fans.
Either you gravitate toward the down-to-earth Caped Crusader, waging a war on crime with a gritty resolve, a finely honed physique and gadgets that only billionaire Bruce Wayne could afford, or you prefer the powerful, high-flying Man of Steel from
The lads of Hollywood’s “Pot Pack” get together for a riotous riff on The Rapture in “This is the End,” an often hilarious and generally irreverent comedy about the biblical apocalypse as seen through the windows of a movie star’s mansion.
Seth Rogen & Co. cooked up this all-star romp, a much funni
Bring your children to a Paws to Read session, where they get to practice reading out loud to a dog. Seriously, why has nobody asked me to volunteer yet? I am a fantastic listener, and kids love my goodlooking mug. Little kids might have an easier, less self-conscious time reading to us dogs than humans. We’re way less judgemental. Mostly
This Superman settles scores. And takes his shirt off.
This “Man of Steel” flies up, up and away, with his teeth bared and his fists clenched.This Lois Lane knows his story, straight off. There’s little mystery about him.
If every generation gets the Superman it deserves, “Man of Steel” suggest
They met on a Vienna-bound train and fell in love with each other over a long night’s talk in “Before Sunrise.”
Nine years later, they reconnected in Paris and fell in love all over again, no matter how much more complicated their lives had become.
And now, nearly a decade after that, they’re older, settle
Trace Bundy heads to the salon almost once a month to get his nails done. They put acrylic nails on his right fingers, and shorten and tidy up the left ones.
“They give me a hard time and ask what color I want,” says the fingerpicking guitarist from his home in Boulder. “I think I’m one of the only people around w
Early 20th-century painter Charles Bunnell learned all the rules, and then deliberately broke them.
For instance, “Contrasts” is one of his early pieces from 1928. Pikes Peak looms largely in the background, in hues of purple and green, and in the foreground a row of houses decorates the spacious fields. The painter’s b
With superior performances of Beethoven and Schoenberg, Sunday afternoon’s second Festival Artists Concert was a stunning success.
Ring up two great Packard Hall concerts already from the Colorado College Summer Music Festival’s faculty. No one was surprised. Tuesday night’s Cornerstone Arts Center Festival
The June 12 concert is being relocated due to the concern and safety of Wolf Ranch and Colorado Springs residents.
The new concert location is at Plaza of the Rockies, an indoor facility, in order to escape the smoke. The concert is still 6-8pm and Dixie Leadfoot will be providing lively music to brighten up such an eerie day. Plaza of t
You are invited to meet Steve Weed, the artist who created the Ashes to Art collection. He would like to thank all the first responders from the Waldo Canyon Fire at an event and show a sampling of the collection. Please see the attached PDF for more details.
Monday, June 10 from 2-3 p.m.
When running a marathon, it is wise to begin with a measured pace, saving some steam for the “kick” that can win the race near its end. With 27 musical events on tap in the next 18 days, this would seem to be a wise approach for the 29th season of the Colorado College Summer Music Festival. And yet, they came off the starting b
Patrick Bohnen, with Manitou's Business of Art Center, is coordinating the installation of international artist Tomas Saraceno's Cloud City at Green Box Arts Center in Woodland Park this month. He's looking for volunteers and docents to help with this very cool project -
SOUTHERN COLORADO KIDS FUN FEST
Over 5000 kids and families expected, 40+ vendors, and all day live-entertainment
June 5, 2013 – The Southern Colorado Kids Fun Fest is a family festival hosted by Rocky Mountain PBS. The Fun Fest is held at Acacia Park, Saturday, June 8 from 10am-2pm. Over
This is for readers who picked up the 2013 Best of the Springs issue, paged through and wondered about the winners of the arts and entertainment categories. The folks at Stargazers Theatre and Event Center, which won Best Music Venue in the April 26 guide, rounded winners to perform for you, including Best Band Claymore Disco, Best Solo Musician
Editor’s note: There was a last minute cast change after we went to press. The role of Fagin will now be played by Drew Frady.
The Colorado Springs Conservatory gives kids a taste of what real life is like for professional actors and musicians.
Take, for instance, the final production of the conservatory’s school year
Our society isn’t comfortable with death and grief. We don’t know what to say or do, so often we don’t do anything. Mourners put the pieces back together by themselves.
A national group have made it their mission to embrace, rather than retreat, from death. They’re called the Threshold Singers. The Pikes Peak Thre
Keyboardist Peter Biro remembers the first time he saw violinist Michaela Paetsch perform.
It was 1974. Paetsch was 12 and debuting as a soloist with conductor Charles Ansbacher and the Colorado Springs Symphony (now the Colorado Springs Philharmonic) after winning a competition.
She performed Mendelssohn’s E minor Concerto
COLORADO NATIVE LIVE AT STUDIO BEE June 7, 2013 6:30 PM STUDIO BEE AT THE PIKES PEAK CENTER 190 S. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Admission is FREE!
Colorado Springs, CO – June 3, 2013 – On Friday, June 7, 2013 Fir
These babies are bound for Broadway. So get your tickets before they hit The Bigs.
Nearly 200 young singers, ages 6 to 18, from the Colorado Springs Children’s Chorale will perform “Broadway Blockbusters,” an afternoon of classic songs from some of the biggest hit musicals. The show is Sunday at the Pikes Peak Center.
Prime your sniffer and your palate for this annual festival. Twenty-five wineries will participate in the Manitou Springs Colorado Wine Festival from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday. Along with the vino, there’ll be food vendors and entertainment, Memorial Park, 502 Manitou Ave., $30. Details: 685-5089,
The idea of the Springs Ensemble Theatre producing a Neil Simon play started as a joke between Steve Emily and Chad Siebert, president and vice president ofthe company.
Normally, SET wouldn’t do a show like “The Odd Couple.” Their seasons are typically filled with newer, edgier works, such as “The Land Southward,&
This five-piece band from Seattle, which gets its name from Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s novel “The Brothers Karamazov,” recently released their debut album, “All The Times We Had.” If their single, “Running for Cover,” a gorgeous, harmony-lush pop folk song, is any indication, this band will float to the top, 7
The MeadowGrass Music Festival, now a staple of the Memorial Day weekend at La Foret Conference and Retreat Center in Black Forest, is back for round five.
The three-day traditional and contemporary roots music congregation features national, regional and local acts. This year promises to be the biggest shindig yet, with more bands, new
Summer nights and live music seem to go together like ice cream and waffle cone. You can immerse yourself in some free tunes almost every night from May to September in parks all over the city. Pull out this list and keep it handy.
HILLSIDE GARDENS SUMMER CONCERT SERIES6:30-8:30 p.m. WednesdaysHillside Gardens, 1006 S.