Bob Norris, the original Marlboro Man of the '50 and '60s, built a home near Black Forest in 1961. He and his wife and four kids lived in the Colorado Springs home for 10-12 years. The 14,430-square foot home, located at 12795 Oak Cliff Way, is on the market for $8 million.
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Pick up "Ladyparts: A Memoir," by New York Times best-selling author Deborah Copaken, and you won't put it down. The former Emmy Award-winning news producer and photojournalist will hook you from page one, as she details a harrowing near-death experience. She goes on to chronicle her divorce, raising children with her now ex-husband, who was diagnosed with Asberger's, and her life-giving friendship with writer and filmmaker Nora Ephron.
Pikes Peak Library District's 2021 All Pikes Peak Reads program will feature two adult selections, a teen selection and a children's title, and includes the 2020 biography "Hidden Valley Road," by Robert Kolker, about the Colorado Springs Galvin family who dealt with schizophrenia in six of the 10 sons. The books are available now at all PPLD branches and online at ppld.org.
Sarah Penner's new New York Times best-seller, "The Lost Apothecary," toggles between 18th century London, where the proprietor of a hidden apothecary shop helps women eliminate the treacherous men in their lives, and present-day London, where a historian has arrived in the wake of discovering her husband's affair.
New York Times best-selling author Martha Beck's new book, "The Way of Integrity," advises readers to stay true to themselves for happier lives.
Best-selling cookbook author Alison Roman has a new YouTube cooking show, "Home Movies with Alison Roman."
Lily King's new New York Times best-seller "Writers & Lovers" features Casey, an aspiring novelist who's grieving the untimely death of her mother.
Matthew Galvin, one of the six schizophrenic brothers in Robert Kolker's recent book "Hidden Valley Road," which is based in Colorado Springs, is unable to find placement in a long-term care facility. This is a problem facing other families throughout the state.
One reporter's been missing the library during the pandemic.
Daters across the country, including Colorado Springs, are increasingly active on online dating sites, and also aren't afraid to meet in person.