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Canadian Lindsay Istace founded rage yoga after a bad breakup around 2015, when traditional yoga classes weren't quite what she was looking for. She started sprinkling in screaming, loud music, middle fingers and cursing to her yoga practice, and then brought it to the public. It was a hit, and she now has instructors teaching rage yoga classes in Canada and the U.S. Her new book, "Rage Yoga," is set for release Nov. 2. She'll be at Denver's Woods Boss Brewing Company Jan. 15 to do a book signing and lead a rage yoga retreat. 

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"Bejing Lake," 1998, watercolor on paper, $500. About 80 works by Colorado Springs artist and Theatreworks costume designer Betty Ross will be…

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"Xi'an Cyclist," 1998, watercolor on paper, $250. Colorado Springs artist Betty Ross found inspiration in everything — a bicyclist in Xi’an, C…

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"Waterlily Pond," 2014, acrylic collage on canvas, $500. A trained art historian, Colorado Springs artist Betty Ross has lived and worked in t…

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"Hopi Mural 1," 1990, acrylic on canvas, $1,000. Colorado Springs artist and costume designer Betty Ross will sell about 80 pieces to benefit …

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"Ghost Stories of Old Manitou Walking Tours" offer the ghost-curious a chance to safely peek into the nether world. The family-friendly tours, presented by Manitou Springs Heritage Center and THEATREdART, begin at the center and feature actors portraying well-known and maybe not-so-well-known characters in condensed versions of popular ghostly Manitou legends. Tours run through Oct. 29.