Today the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) and the Broadcast Television Critics Associationa (BTJA) announced the nominees for the 24th Annual Critics Choice Awards.
Comedian Rodney Carrington will perform April 18 at Pikes Peak Center.
A strong sequel but lacking heft.
We all know the tale of “Cinderella.”
When singer and drummer Ricky McKinnie lost his eyesight overnight at age 23, he thought: This too shall pass.
It happens all the time. A family member, co-worker or friend goes on and on about an amazing TV series but you just can't get around to watching it. With more than 500 scripted television sho…
The Gazette's Michelle Karas was a guest on the KKTV 11 News noon newscast with anchor Adam Atchison on Wednesday.
Take a journey with Ebenezer Scrooge as he is visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, Christmas present and Christmas future and learns the lesson of the real meaning of Christmas. “Scrooge! …
The fourth annual Telluride Fire Festival will be held Friday, Dec. 7, through Sunday, Dec. 9 in Telluride, Colo. There are fire-inspired ticketed events and free as well as fee-based workshop…
Wales-born and New York City-based playwright and director Mêlisa Annis is learning loads, including a tutorial on the YouTube phenomenon of “unboxing,” where children watch videos of other ki…
Denver's Historic Elitch Theatre is bringing Children's Day International Film Festival to Tim Gill Center for Public Media in Colorado Springs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8. The …
Nothing about pianist Jim Brickman’s family background suggested his future as an award-winning instrumental pop musician.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is celebrating its 28th year of Electric Safari, a holiday lighting event that features more than 85 light sculptures spread over 50 acres on the zoo's property. The cel…
Andy Clementi was studying music at Adams State University when he decided to start a band.
Grammy Award-winning rock band Hootie & the Blowfish will perform July 11 at Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre in Denver.
Metal band Judas Priest will bring its "Firepower 2019 Tour" to Broadmoor World Arena on June 5.
This interview with Tom Colicchio originally ran in December 2017, prior to the start of "Top Chef: Colorado." The series heads to Kentucky for its new season, which premieres Thursday, Dec. 6…
More than 3,000 people are conspiring to help you kick off the holidays with flair.
Having aired for more than 20 seasons, the television show South Park has embedded itself in Colorado’s cultural history. Set in fictional South Park, Colorado, this television show was writte…
Tony Award-winning performer Hugh Jackman will bring his "The Man. The Music. The Show." to Denver next year.
Vegans, have you been dreaming of cupcakes, muffins, cinnamon rolls, scones and even whoopie pies? At a cozy spot that also tantalizes our savory taste buds with hearty and healthy soups, sand…
Singer-songwriter Joe Pug performs Thursday, Nov. 29 at Ivywild School Gymnasium in Colorado Springs. Opening for him is Patrick Dethlefs.
A look at fun things to do in and around Colorado Springs this weekend.
The Colorado Springs Youth Symphony will perform its Holiday Spectacular on Saturday, and the Colorado Springs Children’s Chorale will offer its “Tis the Season: The Stories” on Sunday.
Italian singer-songwriter Andrea Bocelli will return to Denver for the first time in five years.
KISS is saying goodbye.
“Deep in every heart slumbers a dream, and the couturier knows it: every woman is a princess.”
No need to head off into the mountains for an ice sculpture festival. This one’s in our backyard.
Bundle up, grab your holiday gift list and amble through Old Colorado City on Saturday evening, when stores will stay open late and offer treats and entertainment.
Five patients from Children’s Hospital Colorado will get to forget about doctors, tests and health concerns for awhile and soak up the spotlight.
The Gazette's Michelle Karas was a guest on the KKTV 11 News 9 a.m. newscast with anchors Rebekah Hoeger and Adam Atchison on Wednesday.
A stroll through the Denver Botanic Gardens’ annual Blossoms of Light display is a longstanding holiday tradition for Front Range families.
Keep swirling your snow globes. Your escape to a winter fantasy in Colorado could come sooner than later.
The Rolling Stones will be coming to Colorado in 2019. The quintessential rock band will bring its "No Filter" tour to Denver on May 26 with a concert at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. The grou…
As the days grow shorter and darker, one part of town will burst into light.
Chances are you have at least one child, or adult, video game aficionado in your family. How do you buy them something great without giving the surprise away? Let The Gazette’s gaming gift gui…
As my partner in beer pointed out Sunday, as we rolled through conjoined parking lots en route to Smiling Toad Brewery off South 8th St., I should probably appreciate the view — of Kathmandu a…
Local residents on Wednesday got a first look at an artist’s portrayal of a beloved local African-American businesswoman who will be recognized with a statue in downtown Colorado Springs next …
Chamber Orchestra of the Springs "Tangents" concert presents works by George Walker, Ethel Smyth and Ludwig von Beethoven that were overlooked in their time.
It’s no exaggeration to say the twinkling lights draped across the ceiling at Streetcar 520 have starlike qualities. The same could be said about the food.
The Gazette's Jennifer Mulson was a guest on the KKTV 11 News' 9 a.m. newscast with anchors Rebekah Hoeger and Adam Atchison on Wednesday.
Ormao Dance Company’s patrons, donors, dancers, students and director voted on the best of the company’s pieces over the past decade. Those five selections will be showcased Sunday during “Ova…
Whether you’re looking for unique gifts with a European flair, a stein-swinging holiday celebration complete with German music and wine, schnapps or beer, or a taste of traditional sweet and s…
Comic book legend Stan Lee died Monday at 95.
The Glenn Miller Orchestra will bring its greatest hits to Pikes Peak Center next year.
Put on your black gloves and clean your sniper rifle.
Of course you can go to the theater for a think piece, a show that will leave you mulling your personal ethics and values for days afterward.
You’ve definitely seen Bob Jackson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning picture of the fatal shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald, the man suspected of killing President John F. Kennedy.
Local NBC affiliate KOAA-TV recently announced the hiring of a new investigative reporter. Patrick Nelson joins the station after spending the last few years at CBS47 in Fresno, California.
Getting a to-go meal while grocery shopping isn’t unusual, but when dining in at the decidedly Mediterranean Briar Mart, it’s impossible not to do a double-take at what’s for sale.