Introducing MyColorado

We are launching MyColorado, which will replace FreshInk. Readers will still be able to post their stories and blogs, but MyColorado will have more interactive features that will allow you to use Instagram and social media, in addition to the features you now enjoy. The purpose of MyColorado is to provide a better display of “your Colorado” in stories, photos and video that you submit to The Gazette.

Little Women tells timeless story of family

The Academy of Community Theatre (ACT II) presents Little Women, an adaptation by J.L. Abplanalp, based on the classic book by Louisa May Alcott.  Set during the Civil War, we intimately view how a family quickly grows up.


Welcome to My Colorado

Colorado Fall Colors 2014

Fall colors at Maroon Lake near Aspen...

Warrior Games

Opening Ceremony for the Warrior Games....


Stanley Cup visits Springs

Hockey fans got to see one of the most legendary sports trophies......
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CASA of the Pikes Peak Region posted an event

CASA 4-1-1 November 18th at CASA of the Pikes Peak Region Offices

November 18, 2014 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm
CASA offers a volunteer opportunity like no other. As appointed representatives of the court, CASA Volunteers are empowered to make a lifelong difference in the lives of abused and neglected children. Find out how you can become a CASA. Join us Tuesday, November 18th at 5:30pm for our 4-1-1 hour at the CASA office, 701 S. Cascade Ave., CSC 80903. Please RSVP to Kelly, (719)447-9898, ext. 1033 or visit our website, www.casappr.org.See More
Stephen D. Harris posted an event

An Evening with Richard Shindell at Friends House Concerts

November 12, 2014 from 7:30pm to 10pm
Widely acclaimed as one of today's finest narrative songwriters, Shindell has a rare gift for using detail to illuminate his characters' motivations and actions without ever getting mired in minutiae. Not Far Now's nine new compositions (complimented by a pair of outside songs) are haunting vignettes that exist vividly beyond the song that documents them: Shindell gives the listener a window into these lives, but their story continues long after the window is shut. "Time deposits me, the…See More
Jim Hines posted an event

New Horizons Band of Colorado Springs Fall Concert at Cheyenne Mountain High School

November 21, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
The New Horizons Band of Colorado Springs presents their fall concert featuring a Bassoon soloist and a Woodwind Quartet along with great performances from the Concert and Symphonic Bands. Listen to "Let Us Rejoice: Fanfare and Hymn" along with "That Old Hound Dog Rag" Entertainment at its finest. A fun evening for the entire family!See More
Teila Tankersley posted a blog post

So You Want to be a Model: Advice from a Photographer

 Modeling is an art. Who better to ask about what it takes to become a model, than an expert photographer. Codi Watson, owner of Candid Moments Photography.Watson has honed her talent throughout the years and will tell you that whether you are in front of the camera or behind the camera,…See More
Special Kids Special Families posted a blog post

Valuable Community Partnership of Nationwide Business and Local Non-Profit

The infusion of the business community into the non-profit world can create a powerful catalyst for community change.  One such collaboration is that of NuStar Energy, LP and Special Kids Special Families, a local nonprofit whose mission is to promote, strengthen and support individuals with disabilities…See More
St. Mary's High School posted a blog post

Nine Inducted as St. Mary's Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2014

Awards ceremonies can sometimes be predictable; lots of thank you's go out to those who have helped the honored person achieve success. But sometimes the unexpected happens too. Such was the case at the 2014 St. Mary’s High School Athletic Hall of Fame ceremony. One of those unexpected moments was poignant; others were amusing. But all of the moments that made up the ceremony pointed to the fact that St. Mary’s is a community that cares.The Class of 2014 inductees are: Timothy Myers, class of…See More
Moxie Girl PR posted an event

Happy Cats Haven's First Ever Acatemy Awards at Manitou Art Center

November 15, 2014 from 6pm to 9pm
Join us for our First Ever Red Carpet Acatemy Awards Gala! This is our big Indy Give fundraiser! Go Hollywood glam and join us on the Red Carpet! The evening will include a dessert buffet, Table Trivia Competition, Photo Booth, Silent & Live Auctions, Live Music, Pawparazzi, Cat-themed cocktails, Scenes from Acatemy-worthy films! As an Indy Give event, we will not be charging tickets to this stellar happening, but will instead ask you to make a donation that evening that will support the…See More
Oct 24
Maren Williams posted a blog post

Howl-O-Ween? When Pets and Halloween Collide

As everyone knows, Halloween is a day for fun! It’s not every day that we dress our dogs up as the Wizard of Oz, or ask our cats to sit still for the purrfect picture while wearing an adorable dress. But between the candy, the doorbell ringers and the jack-o-lanterns, there are some Halloween traditions that pets should not…See More
Oct 24
Father Ian Carman posted a blog post

The Thinning of the Veil

Saint Bonaventure Liberal Catholic Church Mission will be presenting "The Thinning of the Veil" - a presentation on the spiritual and natural forces at work throughout the year and why it matters to the enlightened and the spiritually aware. All are welcome! Our schedule of services for the month can be found at the following link:http://stbonaventurelcc.org/calendar.html We are located at 2720 E. Las Vegas, Suite 115 (ground floor, north…See More
Oct 24
Robert J. Armstrong posted a blog post


“The Wizard of Oz”, presented by The Sunrise Players, will soon be playing at Sunrise Church, 2655 Briargate Blvd. The 53-member cast ranges in age from eight to sixty-eight and has been rehearsing for nearly two months to present this beloved family show. Cast members come from the far reaches of…See More
Oct 23
Red Energy Public Relations added a discussion to the group Central

Fab Fall Finds for Any Fashionista

As the days are getting shorter, sleeves are getting longer and there’s no better way to vamp up your wardrobe for these cold weather days than with the hottest fall trends now available. “It’s always exciting to see shoppers discovering their favorite runway inspired looks and feeling fashionable without spending a fortune,” stated The Citadel’s Marketing Director, Jill Lais. Many of the Center’s retailers offer a variety of great clothes and accessories that can complete an entire look for…See More
Oct 23
Museum of Mining & Industry posted a blog post

100 Years of the Panama Canal

2014 marks the 100 year anniversary of the American engineering feat known as the Panama Canal.The Isthmus of Panama was first explored by Europeans in 1501. Since that time, it has been a highly coveted and important strip of land. After Vasco Nunez de Balboa’s torturous trek from Atlantic to Pacific, it quickly became the crossroads and marketplace of the Spanish overseas empire. It remained under the Spanish empire for nearly 300 years (1538-1821).The California Gold Rush in 1849 brought…See More
Oct 23
Kelly Collins posted a blog post


Recently, breastfeeding has grown in popularity due to increased awareness and information. In fact, a study published by the Centers for Disease Control found that 77 percent of babies born in the U.S. in 2013 were breastfed. Though the benefits of human milk are well-known, questions still arise about aspects of human milk donation. Mothers’ Milk Bank (MMB), a Colorado-based program benefitting babies and their families nationwide, would like to help women fully understand human milk donation…See More
Oct 22
Steve R Shapiro posted an event

FREE Testing for Reading and Learning Difficutlies at The Learning Connection

October 27, 2014 to October 31, 2014
The Visagraph is  a NEW breakthrough instrument that measures a student's abilities in processing visual information in reading.  This test is able to locate root CAUSES of many learning and reading disabilities such as:Short attention span, Poor comprehension, Miscalling words, Slow, choppy reading, Dyslexia symptoms, Spelling and Math difficultiesWith this information, a family and school can determine the BEST school situation for a student.  The Learning Connection is offering FREE…See More
Oct 22
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Oct 21
Leslie Weddell posted a blog post

CC Grads' Work Reflected in Denver Snowmastodon Exhibit

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is hosting a dedication ceremony for the museum’s newest sculpture, “Snowmastodon,” commissioned to commemorate an extraordinary Ice Age site. Numerous Colorado College alumni were involved in the excavation of the site, discovered in 2010 discovered near Snowmass Village.Ian…See More
Oct 21
Special Kids Special Families posted a blog post

Saturday Benefit is NO Joke!

“What do you do with adversity? I laugh at it,” says Chris “Crazy Legs” Fonseca.  For this Colorado native, who’s been sharing his comedic talent for over 3 decades, getting a crowd to laugh is the sweetest reward.  Fonseca, who uses a wheelchair because of his disability, turns his real life struggles with Cerebral Palsy…See More
Oct 21
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Oct 21
Bonnie Singleton posted a blog post

Orange Goes Pink

Orangetheory Fitness, the energizing and fast-growing fitness center in Northwest Colorado Springs, Colo. has turned its high-intensity workouts into a tribute to Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The annual campaign aims to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take…See More
Oct 21
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November 16, 2014 from 2pm to 4pm
Atlanta Georgia (Attie) Thompson, in her memoir “Daughter of a Pioneer,” writes vividly of her 1870s pioneer neighbors in Teller County.  “There was no doctor in the neighborhood at this time and Ma had no one to depend on but a neighbor woman by the name of Nancy Ann Roberts, who was a mid-wife.  She was a big fat woman, who smoked a corn cob pipe, and could swear like a man. Her face was always sun burned because she never wore anything on her head.  She combed her hair, what little she had,…See More
Oct 21

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