All artists know that money gets tighter as the new year approaches. Some cold months when the gas bill is exorbitant, food becomes a matter of beans and rice and, if I'm are lucky, some of the chile I bought last summer at the Pueblo Frijole and Chile Fest is still stashed in the freezer.
Nothing has changed in my life. I'm…Continue
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Gospel of Grace Church a new non-denominational church. Mee ting at Springs Ranch Elementary
Sundays 10:00 am. 4350 Centerville Drive, …Continue
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Wow. This past year was an amazing for our Fresh•Ink community, thanks to you! Everything flew by so fast, it’s hard to get a handle on it — but let’s try to put things into perspective.
In January of this year, Fresh•Ink was still a baby--just a few months old and serving only two zones — Westside and Fountain Valley.
After 12 whirlwind months, we’ve nearly tripled our membership. We’ve doubled our print editions, adding papers to serve both Powers Corridor and Briargate.
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As I sit here writing this blog, I am hoping that the snow storm comes in this week. Since we did not get much snow for Christmas, maybe we can ring in the new year with snow shovels! It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and I am looking forward to a winter wonderland for my kids.
Snow, and holiday traffic, ad a twist to every-day driving. So it’s time to perform some preventative maintenance on your vehicles, and change your
driving habits for the holiday rush and…
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
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"Come, they told me," goes the resounding chorus, sung in Sandy's deep, mesmerizing voice. Beside her, Big Jim Adam and John Stilwagen gracefully jam on their steel guitar and keyboard, and Jim's voice booms through the hay-strewn barn.
You've surely seen the story, or heard the song about the Little Drummer Boy—the boy who came to see the newborn Jesus, but had no gift to bring; no gift but his drum to play.
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Friday, December 24 and Sunday, December 26: Yappy Howlidays!
The first 5 adoptions of any species are FREE each day. This applies to animals that are already spayed/neutered. Variably priced animals excluded.
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Fruitcakes fly again in Manitou Springs. The 16th annual “Great Fruitcake Toss” returns to the Manitou Springs High School track where fruitcakes can fly into the wild blue yonder. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, 2011. Fruitcakes will start flying at 10 a.m. The entry fee to compete…Continue
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The 20th anniversary of the Electric Safari at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo kicked off Dec. 17 and is open nightly through Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011, with the exception of Christmas Eve. The Electric Safari features nearly one million sparkling lights with light-themed clusters, animated light…Continue
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For as long as I can remember, my mom made what she called Stollen every year at Christmas. Traditionalists would not recognize our family's rendition of Stollen, which is similar to fruitcake. Ours would be described best as a tender sweet roll pastry cradling fresh or canned fruit, with nuts and a sweet glaze topping.
I can still remember the aroma of the yeast bread as a child and the large…Continue
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