It’s been a long, difficult year for those in the arts community, their friends and families. As many of you know, Gerry Riggs (former Director of the Gallery of Contemporary Art at UCCS), local artist Timber Kerwin and, now, Jason Zacharias (pictured above) of OpticalReverb Art Hub have all recently taken […]

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On today’s Big Something, we’re recommending the incredible investigative series that Dave Phillips wrote for the Gazette about the brutal and terrifying effects that Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is having on soldiers, their families and, in turn, our entire community. If you haven’t read it yet, we strongly encourage you to do so as […]

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Anyone who’s traveled beyond the hallowed cul-de-sacs of Colorado Springs’ exurbs knows that most people who don’t live here see our city the way we’re portrayed in the mainstream media: “The Evangelical Vatican,” “that place with the pretty rocks,” etc. Last night’s episode of 16 and Pregnant about local teen-mother Ebony […]

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Wet Pets

On June 9, 2009 By

We were just as surprised as you probably are that there’s a Southern Colorado Koi Club (socokoi.org). The club held its first benefit auction this past Saturday at Badgers Tree Moving out east of town and we just had to go out and gawk. Fish named Golem, $40,000 collections, bear fences … it […]

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March 22, 2017 | NPR · The new Fox show Shots Fired follows two investigators looking into a police shooting where a black cop kills an unarmed white man. It’s one of a handful of new network shows that are about policing.
 

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March 22, 2017 | NPR · Dan Chaon’s latest novel suggests that even people who seem kind can lead you down dangerous paths, whether they realize it or not.
 

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March 22, 2017 | FA · Jean Hanff Korelitz’s new novel surveys student life at a New England college in turmoil. Critic Maureen Corrigan says The Devil and Webster is “wittily on target.”
 

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March 22, 2017 | NPR · This year’s SXSW saw the first-ever showcase featuring exclusively Asian-American artists. Organizer Christine Minji Chang says one goal is to broaden Asian Americans’ representation in the industry.
 

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March 22, 2017 | NPR · A video that questions the rising rate of mass incarceration, systemic disorder and the most unusual suspects? RTJ pulls all the triggers.
 

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March 22, 2017 | WXPN · Last heard in a duo with Sam Beam, the California-born singer-songwriter continues her remarkable solo career.
 

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