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This Week in Colorado Springs (9/18 - 9/24)

As Summer Turns to Fall

By Tony Fleming-Brum - September 18, 2017

Good Morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! Our hot summer weather seems to be settling down a little this week, with highs still in the 70s and 80s, but lows as low as 40 on Sunday morning. We’re also looking at a decent chance of rain on Sunday, so plan your week/end accordingly!
 
Kicking off our week with Monday (9/18), we’ll be heading over to the Royal Castle Lounge and Grill, where they’ll be hosting a great show by Lion Heights! Outcasts of the mainstream, Lion Heights follows in the footsteps of Jamaican legends such as Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, and the great Bob Marley to deliver a seemingly forgotten message of love, unity, and equal rights through the return of conscious reggae music. After years of working as both live and session musicians for Chicago's reggae elders, the result is a young group with a new soul and old roots. If that wasn’t enough, the Royal Castle Lounge and Grill also has great food and nightly drink specials! Come on down to see what you’ve been missing!
 
Rolling right along into Tuesday (9/19), why not stop by WhirlyBall to join them in their Grand Re-Opening Celebration? Every day this week they’ll be giving out incredible discounts at the door to celebrate. This Tuesday’s discount is Military Day, Free bowling and 1 game of WhirlyBall per person. 50% off food and beverages with government ID! From what we can tell, WhirlyBall is a mutant form of lacrosse mixed with bumper cars and basketball…sounds like a blast!
 
As for this Wednesday (9/20), we’ll be heading over to Old Colorado City to The Loft Creative Space for their Wedding Dance 101 class! Are you ready to take your "high-school sway" to the next level? Join them for a fun evening of dancing, mingling, and wine/beer-sipping! You'll learn all the basics necessary to have a blast dancing at your wedding (or your friend's/daughter's/cousin's wedding). They believe ANYONE can dance, and "anyone" includes you! Cost is just $15, and you don’t need to bring a partner if you just want to mingle and pick up some fun dance moves!
 
This Thursday (9/21) we’ll be going right back over to The Loft Creative Space, this time for the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s 16th annual Art on the Hoof fundraiser! Work with an estimated value of $100 and up is featured in this event. All guests will receive admission and hors d’oeuvres, and depending upon your ticket level may receive drink tickets and an “Art Drawing Ticket.” Drawings will occur throughout the evening. When a One-person or Two-person ticket is chosen, the guest chooses a work of art. The drawings continue until all the art finds a new home. All participants get to take a work of art home with them! Higher valued works are auctioned off through silent and live auctions at the event. Come on out and support our local zoo!
 
If you’re in town this Friday (9/22) you’re in for a treat, as Classically Alive will be presenting “Bach, Away, and Bach Again!” at The Minzer/Schrueder Residence here in Colorado Springs! Our program begins with Norah Clydesdale playing Bach’s Suite No. 2 in D Minor for solo cello. Each of the 6 Bach Cello Suites are major works, and this divine music, hardly needs introduction. The second half will feature a very new work (2017) by local Colorado composer, David Volk, his Sonata No. 1 for Cello and Piano. This is an enjoyable, very accessible work. As I commented to David at a recent performance of the work, his music proves the point that there is much great music still to be written in the key of C Major. And the brilliantly intense finale of the Volk Sonata, titled “Mephisto Sonata”, surely concludes the work with a devilishly feverous pitch. This is sure to be an amazing night of classical music!
 
As for Saturday (9/23), we’ll be on our way up to Memorial Park in Manitou Springs for the Manitou Springs Heritage Brew Festival! Celebrate the Third Annual Manitou Springs Heritage Brew Festival, scheduled for Saturday, September 23, 2017 from 1-5pm. VIP entry at Noon. The event is sponsored by the Manitou Springs Heritage Center and the City of Manitou Springs, and all proceeds benefit the Manitou Springs Heritage Center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. While you’re at it, come in and see their many intriguing and exciting exhibits, including “Manitou Railroads” featuring the Cog Railway’s 125th Anniversary exhibit, the Mt. Manitou Incline and the Red Mountain Incline. With 30+ local brewers, 5 bands, and tons of food and fun, you won’t want to miss this!
 
Wrapping up our week with Sunday (9/24), given that there’s a good chance of rain in the forecast, we’ll be heading over to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their presentation of Parallel Lives, a play that reexamines the ongoing quest to find parity and love in a contest handicapped by capricious gods – or in this case, goddesses. In the opening scene, two Supreme Beings plan the beginning of the world with the relish of two slightly sadistic suburban wives decorating a living room. Once they’ve decided on the color scheme of the races, a little concerned that white people will feel slighted being such a boring color, they create sex and the sexes. Afraid women will have too many advantages, the Beings decide to make childbirth painful and to give men enormous egos as compensation. From this moment, the audience is whisked through the outrageous universe of Kathy and Mo, where two actresses play men and women struggling through the common rituals of modern life: teenagers on a date, sisters at their grandmother’s funeral, or a man and a woman together in a country-western bar. A poignant comment on today’s society, and a play you won’t want to miss!


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This Week in Colorado Springs (9/12 - 9/17)

The Sunshine Continues!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - September 12, 2017

Good Morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! Temperatures are starting to cool off a bit as we head in to the Fall months, but we’ll still have a nice week of sunshine and 80 degree weather this week. You’ll want to get out and enjoy this while you can!
 
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (9/12), you’ll want to make your way over to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their showing of The Art of Storytelling, featuring selections from the FAC’s Native American and Spanish Colonials collections. This exhibition explores the many ways that objects tell stories. Stories explored through the objects include – morals, lives of the saints, origins, commodification and trade, collecting practices, cultural contact, disruption and destruction. This will be an interactive exhibition, wherein Colorado College faculty, students, community members, artists and visitors are invited to share additional stories about or inspired by the objects.
 
And that brings us to Wednesday (9/13) for an exciting night of trivia, along with some good eats! We’ll be heading over to the Gold Camp Brewing Company for their weekly Live Trivia Game: Triviality! Triviality is the most fun, exciting live trivia game around! Bring your team and get ready for some fun! Lil Howard's BBQ will be serving delicious pulled pork, hot links, and more! Gold Camp has an amazing array of locally brewed beers on tap. The top 3 finishers get prizes with 1st place being a gift certificate AND a team flag in the coveted Trivia Trophy!
 
As for this Thursday (9/14), we’ll be heading up to the Stargazers Theatre for what should be a fantastic Cajun Blues show featuring Tab Benoit! Growing up in Louisiana, Benoit assembled his own band – a stripped down bass-and-drums unit propelled by his solid guitar skills and leathery, Cajun-spiced vocal attack. An environmental activist as well as a stellar blues musician, Benoit has made the preservation of the endangered delta wetlands his personal crusade. He serves as president of Voice of the Wetlands, an environmental organization he co-founded in 2003. Get your tickets now as this event always sells out!
 
This Friday (9/15) we’ve got a special event in town: The Colorado Pro Rodeo Finals! The Mile High Rodeo Association is proud to host the 2017 Colorado Pro Rodeo Finals September 15-17, 2017 at the Norris-Penrose Event Center. The CPRA Finals is the apex of the summer rodeo series that encompasses 46 rodeos over 4 months, May through September. Friday’s theme for the night will be Donate Life Colorado – Be Someone’s Hero, say “Yes”!
 
And heading into our weekend on Saturday (9/16), we’ll be stopping by Pikes Peak Center for their presentation of Lise de la Salle performing Chopin! In just a few years, through her international concert appearances and her award-winning Naïve recordings, 28 year-old Lise de la Salle has established a reputation as one of today’s most exciting young artists, and as a musician of uncommon sensibility and maturity. Her playing inspired a Washington Post critic to write, “For much of the concert, the audience had to remember to breathe…the exhilaration didn’t let up for a second until her hands came off the keyboard.” This is a show you definitely won’t want to miss!
 
Bringing our week to a close with Sunday (9/17), we’ll be heading up to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo for one of their Backyard Exploration events, this week’s subject: Backyard Chickens! Join the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo keeper as your guide for how to safely live with, manage, learn from and enjoy the wildlife all around you. Are you thinking about starting a backyard chicken coop? Come to Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and learn all about chicken breeds, coops, care, and so much more!


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This Week in Colorado Springs (9/4 - 9/10)

Happy Labor Day!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - September 4, 2017

Good Morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! Also happy Labor Day! I hope you all had a great weekend, that you took in some sun, and got a chance to relax! This week is looking like very nice weather all the way through to next Monday, but now that Summer is coming to an end, be prepared for some chilly mornings!
 
Kicking our week off with Monday (9/4, Labor Day!) we’ll be heading up to Manitou Springs, specifically to Memorial Park, for the Commonwheel Artists Art Festival! The Commonwheel Artists 43rd Annual Labor Day Art Festival offers a weekend filled with juried, quality artwork and contemporary crafts, music, art-related activities for kids and food. Commonwheel Artists Co-op brings excellent high-quality fine art and contemporary crafts to the Pikes Peak Region during this annual three-day juried Art Festival. It is the premiere Art Festival attraction in the Pikes Peak Region. The Commonwheel Art Festival is located in a beautiful park setting in picturesque and historic Manitou Springs, Colorado at the foot of Pikes Peak. Beautiful old shade trees fill the park and Fountain Creek runs along the south side of Memorial Park. It’ll be a great way to wrap up your long weekend!
 
Moving on to Tuesday (9/5), we’ve got a very interesting art show at the Cottonwood Center for the Arts: Messthetics. Messthetics tasked artists with the challenge of harnessing the power of the ugly aesthetic. In its purest form, messthetics is about impact rather than imperfection. It’s deliberate smearing, rebellion and play. In addition, Cottonwood will display artwork by the docents of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, and those of Japanese textile artist Mizuo Hasuo (on display through mid-September). Hasuo forms dramatic shapes “through complex bending, folding and stitching of fabric” to explore natural mysteries and “organic expressions of the living world in its purest form.”
 
As for this Wednesday (9/6), we’ll be on our way to the Cheyenne Mountain State Park for their Full Moon Hike – a Harvest Moon! As the sun goes down, be there to watch the moon come up. Join the park naturalist on an easy, guided hike that winds through the oaks and up to their amphitheater, where everyone can watch the moon rise over the horizon! Reservations are required, so be sure to save yourself a spot!
 
Prepping for our weekend this Thursday (9/7), we’ll be heading over to Stargazers Theatre for their presentation of Pierre Bensusan! If “World Music” is music that pays tribute to the spirit of a collection of human beings through distinct rhythms, traditional instruments and harmonic colors, French-Algerian guitarist, singer and composer Pierre Bensusan can be recognized as one of the most eloquent and world musicians today. Described by the L.A. Times as "one of the most unique and brilliant acoustic guitar veterans in the world music scene today", Pierre's name became synonymous with contemporary acoustic guitar genius, long before the terms New Age, New Acoustic Music or World Music were invented. He has the ability to make a single guitar sound like an entire band as he brings the audience on a mesmerizing musical journey.  This is not a show to be missed!
 
As we head into our weekend on Friday (9/8) we’ll have lots going on around town! We’ll start off with the Briarfest Community Festival at the Briarfest Grounds here in Colorado Springs. Briarest features carnival midway rides (provided by the same vendor that does the Colorado State Fair), games, food, music concerts, craft fair booths, silent auctions, wine tasting, and beer garden. Throughout the weekend attendees enjoy carnival rides, eating at the many local gourmet food trucks, browsing the craft fair booths, bidding on silent auction items, enjoying beer and wine in the large beer garden tent and setting up their lawn chairs to take in the sounds of local bands at the main stage which is adjacent to the beer garden. Truly there is something for everyone at the Briarfest weekend!
 
This Saturday (9/9) we’ll be heading to the downtown area of Colorado Springs for the What If…Festival of Innovation and Imagination! What If… business people, art-makers of all kinds, inventors, educators, tech savvy folks, and garage tinkerers shared a day of wows, innovation, and creativity with people of all ages. Personally interact with inventions and innovations in robotics, cycling, phone apps, art, broadcasting, 3D printing, ping pong physics, urban farming, fire prevention, water management, musical instruments, sports, and much more. Enjoy the beer garden and engage your imagination! Enjoy the interactive educational fun throughout six city blocks in Downtown Colorado Springs!
 
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (9/10) the Briarfest Community Festival will still be going on in the Briargate area, but in case you’re looking for something different, we’ll also have the Edelweiss Summerfest 2017 here in town! Join the staff of the Edelweiss restaurant just across the street from their location as they turn their parking lot into a traditional German festival. Live music in the evening, German dancers, food and drink specials, and kid activities as well! They’ll be serving Warsteiner Beer and benefiting the Rocky Mountain Highway, it should be a lot of fun!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (8/28 - 9/3)

The State Fair is Here!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - August 28, 2017

Good Morning faithful readers, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! Hopefully you all got a chance to step out and see the Solar eclipse last week, as the next full eclipse that’ll be visible to us won’t be until 2024! Weather is looking nice and calm this week, with highs in the low 80s all week, and small chances of thunderstorms in the late afternoons and evenings. This week we’ll have plenty to do around town!
 
Kicking off our week with Monday (8/28), we’ll be heading down to Pueblo for the Colorado State Fair! Colorado became a state in 1876 and before the Colorado flag flew high, the State Fair was already earning its place in history. In 1869, approximately 2,000 people converged on what is now Pueblo for a horse exhibition; and from that meager beginning was born the Colorado State Fair. The Fair continues to call Pueblo home, and in fact, has only cancelled once during its entire history. In 1917, during World War I, the Fairgrounds' horse stables and open space offered an ideal training facility for the Army National Guard. Since then, the Colorado State Fair has developed into the largest summer event in the State and offers families a fun, educational summer vacation!
 
Rolling right along into Tuesday (8/29), you’ll want to make your way to the Whiskey Baron Dancehall and Saloon. A great place to unwind after work on it’s own, this week the Saloon will also be hosting Chute Nine! Chute Nine's "ranch-rockin' country" is a rollicking, high energy mix of new country and exhuberant, arena rock. The band is just as comfortable with Led Zeppelin, AC/DC and ZZ Top as it is with Hank Williams, Lyle Lovett and Willie Nelson. While Chute Nine is not your grandfather's country, the band is uniquely traditional with a big dose of roadhouse and rodeo mixed in.
 
And that brings us to Wednesday (8/30) for an exciting night of trivia, along with some good eats! We’ll be heading over to the Gold Camp Brewing Company for their weekly Live Trivia Game: Triviality! Triviality is the most fun, exciting live trivia game around! Bring your team and get ready for some fun! Lil Howard's BBQ will be serving delicious pulled pork, hot links, and more! Gold Camp has an amazing array of locally brewed beers on tap. The top 3 finishers get prizes with 1st place being a gift certificate AND a team flag in the coveted Trivia Trophy!
 
As for this Thursday (8/31), we’ll be heading up to Stargazers Theatre for their presentation of the Pikes Peak Community Summer Jam! The Pikes Peak Blues Community sponsors open jams four times during the year and they invite all interested musicians to participate. For each jam, they round up some ol' pros to form a host band, and musicians who drop by are invited onstage to play along. We supply the drum kit, keyboard, and sound system, and musicians bring their own instruments - guitars, basses, horns, vocal chords, harmonicas, and whatever else you like to play. All music lovers and dancers are invited to the Jam, too!
 
This Friday (9/1) we’ll be bringing in the new month down in Pueblo at the Colorado State Fair once again, this time for an amazing concert opportunity: ZZ Top! One of the few rock & roll groups with its original members still aboard after four decades, ZZ Top play music that is always instantly recognizable, eminently powerful, profoundly soulful, and 100 percent American in derivation. They have continued to support the blues through various means, perhaps most visibly when they were given a piece of wood from Muddy Waters' shack in Clarksdale, Mississippi. The group members had it made into a guitar, dubbed the "Muddywood," then sent it out on tour to raise money for the Delta Blues Museum. ZZ Top's support of and link to the blues remain as rock-solid as the music they play. You won’t want to miss this show!
 
That’ll bring us into our Saturday (9/2), and hopefully you’ve got an adventurous bone in your body, as we’ll be heading all the way down to Canon City for a very unique evening at the Royal Gorge Route Railroad: "Murder on the Red Carpet”! Enjoy a scrumptious dinner, spectacular scenery, and a hilarious, interactive murder mystery on the breathtaking Royal Gorge Route Railroad! You'll have a front-row seat at "Murder on the Red Carpet," in which 1960s movie stars reappear for a scandalous press event. Will these celebrities allow all their secrets to be revealed in a tell-all new book, or will one of them be silenced?
 
Wrapping up our week with Sunday (9/3), we’ll be heading back on up to the Cheyenne Mountain State Park for their Birds of Prey event! Leave your binoculars at home and come to see some magnificent birds of prey up close, then raffle to release one! WIN the chance to release a newly rehabilitated Red-Tailed Hawk back into the wild by purchasing raffle tickets at the event, starting at 1pm (1 for $2 or 3 for $5) and throughout the demonstration, up until the end of the program, when we will draw a name to release a newly rehabilitated Red-Tailed Hawk. All proceeds go directly back to the Nature Center to support their work. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. You can take part in the effort of conservation and cement a few incredible wildlife memories, and learn about some amazing birds in the process.

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This Week in Colorado Springs (8/21 - 8/27)

Happy Solar Eclipse Week!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - August 21, 2017

Good Morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! We’ve got lots going on this week, starting the week off with the Solar Eclipse on Monday, and continuing on with our afternoon “monsoon” weather here all the way through next Monday! Temperatures will still be reaching the high 70s and low 80s, though, so there should be plenty to do around town!
 
Kicking the week off with Monday (8/21), hopefully everyone will be able to take a few minutes to enjoy the almost completely full Solar Eclipse that will be happening in the morning hours. In the afternoon and evening there won’t be a whole lot going on around town, but The Outlets at Castle Rock is inviting residents of Colorado to a ‘Solar Savings’ party to view one of nature’s most awe-inspiring sights. On Monday, August 21 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. the center will welcome visitors to view the highly anticipated solar eclipse in the Under Armour courtyard, and will provide complimentary CE Certified solar glasses for safe viewing and chances to win special prizes during the peak 'dark minutes' of the eclipse! A giveaway will take place during every minute of the eclipse's maximum point - meaning, in total, over $500 in grand prizes!
 
After a day of Solar Eclipse fun, this Tuesday (8/22) we’ll be heading over to the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center for their showing of the artwork of Jeremy Manyik! Jeremy Manyik was raised on the plains of Southeast Colorado in a rural community. He takes his inspiration from the people, ranches, and farmlands in his surroundings; these serve as the focus of his paintings. As a representational artist, Jeremy is primarily self-taught and has had no formal art education. Manyik participates in many juried national and regional shows where he has earned numerous accolades including several Awards of Excellence from the Oil Painters of America and fifth-place in the prestigious National Portrait Society’s International Portrait Competition. This will be a great chance to take in some beautiful artwork if you’re here visiting the city.
 
That brings us to Wednesday (8/23), when we’ll be heading up to Manitou Springs to Soda Springs Park for more of their summer concert series! This week’s concert will be featuring Jazz Express, a Colorado Springs outstanding big band style Jazz band. Get to the park early for prime seating on Wednesday. Guests are more than welcome to bring your own lawn chairs as seating is limited. The concert is free and open to the public to attend. Sit back and relax this summer!
 
As for this Thursday (8/24), we’ll be heading over to The Gold Room for their presentation of A Live One – A Phish Tribute! A Live One is Texas’ premier Phish tribute, formed in 2011 by guitarist Josh Pearson, bassist Andy Harn, keyboardist Zack Morgan and drummer Alan Eckert. Being huge fans and heavily influenced by Phish, the band found it very exciting recreating their music. With 200 shows under their belts, the band has toured heavily throughout the country and performed at several festivals including Phases of the Moon, Euphoria, Art Outside & Highberry. Digging into the chemistry of Phish’s music, A Live One rises to the challenge, striving to create a similar experience, on a much smaller scale.
 
Heading into our weekend on Friday (8/25), we’ll be on our way to the Southwest Motors Events Center for an amazing comedy show: Gabriel Iglesias’ Fluffymania: 20 Years of Comedy! Beloved Mexican-American comedian Gabriel Iglesias is a man of many talents, and he employs them all in his uproarious stand-up act.  In addition to being a gifted storyteller Iglesius is a master of funny voices and absurd sound effects, and his unexpected noises never fail to have audiences in stitches at his live shows. Whether he's poking fun at his obesity by calling himself "Fluffy" or telling hilarious anecdotes about his high school reunion, Iglesias is a lighthearted performer who always brings the laughs on his acclaimed tours. This is a show you definitely won’t want to miss!
 
This Saturday (8/26) will be a great chance to unwind if you’re here in town, as the Pikes Peak Center will be hosting the Tour de Fat, featuring Wilderado! New Belgium Brewing's "Fat Tire presents the Tour de Fat" is back for its 18th season and this year without question will be the biggest and boldest yet. The traveling philanthropic beer, music, and bike festival will kick off a 33-show season May 20th in Asheville, NC and wrap up Oct. 7th in Tempe, AZ. In addition to greatly expanding the festival's reach to accommodate more fans, this year's events will include world-class entertainment by the likes of The Roots, Third Eye Blind, The All-American Rejects, The Naked and Famous, Michael Franti & Spearhead, X-Ambassadors, and many more!
 
Bringing our week to a close with Sunday (8/27), we’ll be heading up to the Colorado Springs Event Center for the Colorado Springs Comic Con! Join them for the second annual Colorado Springs Comic Con, now at the bigger and better Colorado Springs Event Center! Guests scheduled to appear include Chris Sarandon, Doug Walker, Elizabeth Ludlow, James Marsters, Kevin Grevioux, Amy Dumas, and more to come! Cosplay, talented comic book artists, and celebrities galore!

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