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This Week in Colorado Springs (2/16 - 2/22)

The Snow Has Arrived!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - February 16, 2018

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome to the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! We’ve been seeing a bit of a late winter this year, but it looks like we’re finally getting our snow! Hopefully you’re all staying safe on the roads, or calling for a shuttle for your transportation needs! We should be seeing clear skies this weekend, with snow returning to our area on Monday or Tuesday of next week. Perfect weather for a fun weekend and a chilly return to work next week!
 
Kicking off our weekend with Friday (2/16), we’ll be heading out to the Stargazers Theatre for their Collective Groove Concert & Dance Party! A newly assembled group of Colorado Spring's favorite top level artists and performers team up in Collective Groove, to bring you the most fun live music dance party ever! Playing high energy covers from the likes of Earth, Wind and Fire, Tower of Power, Chicago, Prince, and Steely Dan, this night of live music is sure to get you up and dancing with Collective Groove!
 
After a fun night of music and dancing on Friday, this Saturday (2/17) we’ll be heading over to the new Ent Center for the Arts for their showing of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic – Bernstein Serenade! Leonard Bernstein was a worldwide celebrity … and an enigma. The Philharmonic unpacks “Lenny,” including his influences, his faults, and his personal passions. The evening concludes with the elegant Serenade – after Plato’s “Symposium,” which unfolds as an elegy to the Good and the Beautiful.
 
And wrapping up our weekend with Sunday (2/18), we’ll be stopping by the Pikes Peak Center, where they’ll be hosting Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen! A singer, composer and actor, Lyle Lovett has broadened the definition of American music in a career that spans 14 albums. Coupled with his gift for storytelling, the Texas-based musician fuses elements of country, swing, jazz, folk, gospel and blues in a convention-defying manner that breaks down barriers. Whether touring as a ‘Duo' or with his ‘Acoustic Group' or his ‘Large Band', Lovett's live performances show not only the breadth of this Texas legend's deep talents, but also the diversity of his influences, making him one of the most compelling and captivating musicians in popular music. Now three-decades on from the release of his debut album and with nineteen albums, including six live albums, to his name and thousands of shows under his belt, Robert Earl Keen Keen remains as committed to and inspired by his muse as ever. From his humble beginnings on the Texas folk scene, he's blazed a trail that's earned him living-legend (not to mention pioneer) status in the Americana music world.
 
As for this coming Monday (2/19), we’ll be making out way over to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their showing of The Art of Haiti: Loas, History, and Memory! This major exhibit explores the contemporary significance of Haitian art. Working in collaboration with the Centre d’Art in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, the Fine Arts Center will present paintings by some of Haiti’s major 20th century artists. The exhibition will also feature new works by internationally renowned artist Edouard Duval-Carrié, as well as works by Haitian contemporary artists Tessa Mars and Ralph Allen. This exhibition will challenge commonly held ideas about Haiti as a site of exotic strangeness within the Americas, and offer new ways of understanding Haitian art.
 
And rolling right along into Tuesday (2/20), we’ll be making our now-weekly stop at Pub Dog Colorado for their Barks, Booze, & Bags Fundraiser! The fundraiser is to benefit the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region. Support homeless animals with every sip as $1 from each draft beer or wine sold is donated to HSPPR. Enter the “Doggie Bag Giveaway” for your chance to win prizes and cool dog swag! Doggie bags are filled with mystery prizes worth hundreds of dollars. Winners announced at 8pm.
 
This coming Wednesday (2/21) we don’t have much going on around town, but with temperatures projected to be near-freezing at the highest, it may be a good day to catch up on things at home (preferably in front of a warm fire or a nice space-heater!).
 
And wrapping up our week with Thursday (2/22), we’ll be heading on up to the Whiskey Baron Dance Hall and Saloon for their presentation of the Jeffrey Alan Band! Well versed in a wide variety of country music, the Jeffrey Alan Band brings big energy to any venue! Playing everything from Top 40 Covers to the classics as far back as the 50s as well as classic rock. Fantastic steel and electric guitars add big sound to smooth vocals and harmonies. You won’t want to miss this show!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (02/06 - 02/11)

Happy Black History Month!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - February 6, 2018

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! What a surprise this morning to wake up to a bit of snow on the ground! As dry as this winter has been, we can use all the moisture we can get! The rest of the week is looking relatively mild, with highs in the 50s through Friday, and a slight chance of snow and colder temperatures on Saturday and Sunday. Fingers crossed we’ll be seeing that fresh snow on Saturday!
 
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (2/6), we’ll be heading up to the Simpich Showcase Theatre for their presentation of The Hans Christian Andersen Storybook! Interweaving seven of Andersen’s classic fairy tales, this solo theatre piece explores and celebrates the themes of Denmark’s premier storyteller.  The Ugly Duckling takes center stage to live out and discuss his troubling storyline with his author (portrayed by puppeteer David Simpich).  Other Andersen characters including the Little Match Girl, Thumbelina and the Steadfast Tin Soldier join in to share their tales as well, and to cheer the duckling on towards his story’s profound conclusion!
 
As for this Wednesday (2/7), we’ll be making our way over to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their presentation of Chiho Aoshima: Takaamanohara! Drawing equally from traditional Japanese Shinto mythology and contemporary Anime films, this immersive, highly detailed video installation by Chiho Aoshima invites the viewer into another world. The title Takaamanohara, the plain of high heaven, refers to a place where Shinto deities reside. With a vivid imagination and a saturated color palette, this video retells a creation story about the time when the gods of heaven separated from the gods of the land. You won’t want to miss this one!
 
And this Thursday (2/8) we’ll be making our way down to the Stargazers Theatre for the Pikes Peak Blues Community presenting Woodshed Red! Woodshed Red hails from the Colorado Springs area and performs all over Colorado and the neighboring states. The group came together in 2013 and began covering a huge variety of genres, as well as writing their own original tunes. Inspired by bluegrass, blues, funk and rock spanning eras of music both old and new, the band members have incorporated their individual styles to create their own unique sound. The instrumentation of Woodshed Red generates an upbeat positive grassy sound, intertwined with funky, untamed improvisation!
 
And kicking off our weekend with Friday (2/9), we’ll be stopping by the Antlers Hotel for GalaxyFest 2018! GalaxyFest is a 3-day celebration at The Antlers Wyndam Hotel of the eclectic arts and pop culture which brings the community together. Every corner and closet of the Antler's hotel is crammed with nothing but pop culture! From Anime to Zombies, from Star Trek to Star Wars. We start on Friday morning and it don't stop until Sunday evening. We are a family event throughout the weekend. There is something for EVERYONE. Friday and Saturday nights are filled with 21 and over events. Sunday is kid's day, 12 and under free with a paid adult. Keep an eye out for our exclusive VIP events. Kick off the year and the con season with the premier multi-genre pop culture event across the Front Range!
 
As for this Saturday (2/10), we’ll be heading up to Manitou Springs for the Carnivale Parade! Manitou’s annual Carnivale Parade will march up Manitou Avenue starting at 1 p.m., Saturday, February 10th. People and pets of all ages are invited to join the Parade. Please remember that the Parade is family-friendly. It is asked that marchers arrive at Wichita Parking Lot (next to Stagecoach Inn) by 12:00 p.m. so organizers can begin lining up the Parade.
 
And wrapping up our weekend with Sunday (2/11), we’ll be stopping by Zodiac for their February Hula Jam! February brings us closer to the ones we love - come share the love with your flow friends at February's Hula Jam! Featuring live DJs, the stupendous Callie Kathryn Reda as Hula Hostess, hooping prizes, and happy hour specials! Spread the love through dance and flow fun!
 
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This Week in Colorado Springs (1/30 - 2/4)

Lunar Eclipse Week!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - January 30, 2018

Good morning loyal readers, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! It’s looking like we’re in for yet another dry week this winter, with a very low chance of rain or snow on both Thursday and Saturday. Temperature wise, we’ll be looking at highs starting off Tuesday in the 60s, and will gradually drop down to the 30s and 40s by the weekend. Hopefully the weather is clear for the Lunar Eclipse!
 
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (1/30), we’ll be stopping by Pub Dog Colorado for their Barks, Booze, & Bags Fundraiser! The fundraiser is to benefit the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, and has quickly become a staple event for this blog! Support homeless animals with every sip as $1 from each draft beer or wine sold is donated to HSPPR. Enter the “Doggie Bag Giveaway” for your chance to win prizes and cool dog swag! Doggie bags are filled with mystery prizes worth hundreds of dollars. Winners announced at 8pm!
 
As for this Wednesday (1/31), we’ll be heading over to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center where they’ll be hosting An Evening With Holly Bowling! Holly Bowling is a classically trained pianist who plays breathtaking renditions of Phish and Grateful Dead classics. Using classical piano technique to reinterpret these jamband luminaries, Holly’s live performances infuse new with old, tradition with surreal, and creates a concert experience like nothing else in the music world!
 
And to start the month of February on Thursday (2/1), we’ll be swinging by Front Range BBQ for their presentation of Woodshed Red! Woodshed Red hails from the Colorado Springs area and performs all over Colorado and the neighboring states.  Inspired by bluegrass, blues, funk and rock spanning eras of music both old and new, the band members have incorporated their individual styles to create their own unique sound. The instrumentation of Woodshed Red generates an upbeat positive grassy sound, intertwined with funky, untamed improvisation. You won’t want to miss this one!
 
Kicking off our weekend with Friday (2/2), we’ll be heading over to the Pikes Peak Center for An Evening With Janis Joplin! Like a comet that burns far too brightly to last, Janis Joplin exploded onto the music scene in 1967 and, almost overnight, became the queen of rock & roll. The unmistakable voice, filled with raw emotion and tinged with Southern Comfort, made her a must-see headliner from Monterey to Woodstock. Now, Colorado Springs is invited to share an evening with the woman and her musical influences in the hit musical A Night With Janis Joplin. Fueled by such unforgettable songs as Me and Bobby McGee, Piece of My Heart, Mercedes Benz, Cry Baby and Summertime, this sensational show is a musical journey celebrating Joplin and her biggest musical influences icons like Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Odetta, Nina Simone and Bessie Smith, who inspired one of rock & roll’s greatest legends!
 
This Saturday (2/3) we’ll be stopping by the Broadmoor World Arena for an incredibly special opportunity: Cirque Du Soleil – Crystal! Crystal is the 42nd production from Cirque du Soleil and its first-ever experience on ice. World-class ice skaters and acrobats take their new frozen playground by storm with speed and fluidity as they challenge the laws of gravity with a flurry of unexpected acrobatics. A new kind of performance as Cirque du Soleil meets the ice. Crystal, the show’s main character, sets out on an exhilarating quest to fulfill her destiny as she dives into a world of her own imagination. She soars through this surreal world at high speed to become what she was always destined to be: confident, freed, empowered. Crystal is about looking at things from fresh angles, peeking through the veneer of everyday life, reframing one’s daily reality to see what one might have missed. Sometimes the only way to appreciate things is to look at them sideways. Discovering one’s individuality and uniqueness requires venturing out on thin ice!
 
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (2/4), I’m sure the majority of us will be at home watching the big game, but if you’re visiting town and looking for a comfortable atmosphere and good food for the show, these are some of the best places around town to watch the game:
BooDad's Beach House Grill - 5910 Omaha Blvd., 380-7263, Boodadsbeachhouse.com. TVs: 14, one at 55 inches. Specials: 50-cent wings; parties of four or more receive half off appetizers; happy hour pricing during the game.
Johnny's Navajo Hogan - 2817 N. Nevada Ave., 344-9593, johnnyshogan.com. TVs: six, one at 80 inches. Specials: happy hour all day; $1 tacos; 50-cent wings (minimum of six).
Old Chicago - 4110 N. Academy Blvd., 536-0633, oldchicago.com . TVs: 20, one at 42 inches. Specials: $3.50 for pint; $4 for tall Blue Moon, Fox Barrel Pear Cider and Leinenkugel's specialty.
Rhino's Sports & Spirits - 4307 Integrity Center Point, 578-0608, rhinossportsbar.com. TVs: 17, one at 80 inches. Specials: 70-cent wings; $1 drafts; $2 unlimited raffle tickets for pitchers of beer, bar tabs, jerseys, liquor, shirts and a mini fridge.

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This Week in Colorado Springs (1/23 - 1/28)

Sunshine in Winter!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - January 23, 2018

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! What a difference in the weather from Sunday this week to Monday! Hopefully everyone stayed warm and dry, or if you were traveling, that you made it to your destination safe and sound! This week we’re looking at more mild winter weather, with highs ranging from the 60s to start off the week, and dropping down to the 40s for the weekend. Still, we’ll be seeing plenty of sunshine, so let’s see what events we’ll have going on!
 
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (1/23), we’ll be heading over to Pub Dog Colorado for their Barks, Booze, & Bags Fundraiser! The fundraiser is to benefit the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region. Support homeless animals with every sip as $1 from each draft beer or wine sold is donated to HSPPR. Enter the “Doggie Bag Giveaway” for your chance to win prizes and cool dog swag! Doggie bags are filled with mystery prizes worth hundreds of dollars. Winners announced at 8pm.
 
This Wednesday (1/24) we’ve got less of an event, more of an opportunity to help out our community. The Pikes Peak Community College will be hosting a Blood Drive this week at their Centennial campus here on the South end of Colorado Springs. You don’t need a special reason to donate blood, the need is constant, and your contribution is important for a healthy and reliable blood supply. You’ll feel good knowing you’ve helped save a life, so come on down and sign up!
 
Rolling right along into Thursday (1/25), we’ll be heading up to WhirlyBall for their Nurse’s Night Out event! WhirlyBall is holding its first “Nurses Night Out” to celebrate critical members of our local medical community, as well as honoring National IV Nurse Day. At the event, WhirlyBall will be offering half-off games of WhirlyBall and bowling, as well as half-off appetizers and bottles of house wine. With a slogan of “nurses need shots too” there will also be special $4 shots called Mind Eraser, Call Light, Night Shift and Code Brown!
 
And kicking off our weekend with Friday (1/26), we’ll be swinging by the Stargazers Theatre, where they’ll be hosting The BUS Band – Tribute to the Music of Crosby, Stills, & Nash! Join The BUS Band (KJ Braithwaite, Joe Uveges, and Jim Sokol) who will play a full set of a special tribute to Crosby, Stills & Nash, along with a full set of originals in a similar style. The BUS delivers beautiful three-part harmonies and guitar work. They recently played to a sold-out crowd at the Pikes Peak Center with the Craig Walter Band. This will be an amazing night of music that you don’t want to miss!
 
As for this Saturday (1/27), we’ll be heading up to Manitou Springs for their Great Fruitcake Toss event! Join local Manitoids to enjoy this old fashioned event of tossing those left over fruitcakes! Fruitcakes will be available to rent for all tossers. Local bakers will compete for the title of Fruitcake King or Queen and the community will determine who makes the best organic, non-GMO, or natural wonderful fruitcake. Cost: A donation of one non-perishable food item will benefit a local food pantry. Co-sponsored by the Manitou Springs Heritage Center and the Manitou Springs Chamber of Commerce. The Heritage Center will be open during the event for hot cocoa and snacks.
 
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (1/28), we’ll be making our way over to the Pikes Peak Center, where they’ll be hosting the Colorado Springs Philharmonic performing Bernstein No. 1! Leonard Bernstein's Symphony No. 1 Jeremiah was composed in 1942. Jeremiah is a programmatic work, following the Biblical story of the prophet Jeremiah. It uses texts from the Book of Lamentations in the Hebrew Bible, sung by a mezzo-soprano. The work won the New York Music Critics' Circle Award for the best American work of 1944. You won’t want to miss this one!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (1/16 - 1/21)

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - January 16, 2018

 Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! I don’t want to call yesterday’s frosting our first “snow” of the year, but as dry as this winter has been, we’ll take all the moisture we can get! Today will be a very chilly day, but from Wednesday until Saturday we’re back to highs in the 50s and 60s, and clear, sunny skies! Saturday we’ve got a decent chance for rain/snow, but still relatively warm weather (a high of 52), and Sunday we’ll drop back down to the mid-30’s. Fingers crossed we see some more precipitation, but let’s enjoy this sun while we’ve got it!
 
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (1/16), we’ll be heading out to the Jack Swigert Aerospace Academy for their Intro to Square Dance & Chili Supper! This will be an evening of fun, low-impact aerobic exercise, good for both the mind and body, to various music styles. No prior experience is needed, and no special attire is required; just bring your friends and family and get off the couch this evening!
 
As for this Wednesday (1/17), we’ll be heading out to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, where they’ll be hosting The Wailers! The legendary Wailers band returns to bring its revolutionary sound to fans around the world. Steered by famed bassist and founder Aston “Familyman” Barrett, and joined in solidarity with original Wailers’ guitarists Junior Marvin and Donald Kinsey, The Wailers continue to make musical history. From 1973 to 1980, Bob Marley & The Wailers recorded, toured, and performed before countless millions worldwide. Since 1981, Familyman and Junior have carried on the mission to “keep The Wailers together,” just as Bob requested, affirming: “By doing that, you keep me alive through the music.” This is a show you won’t want to miss!
 
And rolling right along into Thursday (1/18), we’ll be swinging by the Stargazers Theatre for their presentation of David Bromberg! A godfather of Americana and accomplished blues guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, Bromberg is renowned for his unparalleled playing and gift for interpretation. Having kept busy as a solo artist and in-demand multi-instrumentalist in the 1970s, Bromberg moved with his wife from California to Chicago in order to study violin making. His pursuit of this passion as a profession led to a more or less complete retirement from touring and recording. 2007’s “Try Me One More Time,” which earned him a Grammy nomination for Best Traditional Folk Album, was his first release in 17 years. Bromberg’s penchant for the blues led him to record 2016’s "The Blues, the Whole Blues, and Nothing but the Blues” which PopMatters calls “a master class in blues-oriented Americana.
 
And kicking off our weekend with Friday (1/19), we’ll be starting our day at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center early, as Friday is Museum Free Day! Museum Free Days are offered the second Saturday and third Friday of each month. The goal of Museum Free Days is to provide access to the FAC’s general admission offerings to the widest possible audiences in the Pikes Peak region. With 5 rotating art exhibitions, plus the permanent collection on display at the museum, you’ll definitely get your fill of art for the week! Later in the evening the UCCS Women’s Basketball team will be hosting Western State at the Gallogly Events Center on campus at 6:00 p.m., and then the UCCS Men’s Basketball team against the same school at 7:30 p.m.!
 
As for this Saturday (1/20), we’ll be heading over to the Colorado Springs City Auditorium for No Mercy Extreme Fighting’s Live MMA Cage Fights! This evening they’ll be having two Title fights, the first between Caleb Crump from Team Victory vs. Nick Portillos from Jackson’s Pueblo at 168 lbs. The second Title fight will be between Anthony Salazar from Pariah vs. Chris Carroll from Pwia at 130 lbs. With a total of 9 fights on the docket, you won’t want to miss this one!
 
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (1/21), we’ll be making our way over to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their presentation of the Veronika String Quartet! The Veronika String Quartet continues to endear itself to audiences and music lovers in Ohio and Colorado, where it is a vital agent in the invigoration of the arts.  By recording and broadcasting for Colorado Public Radio and by presenting thematically adventurous concert series in both Colorado Springs and Pueblo, these veteran performers have single-handedly revitalized the chamber music scene in the region. It’ll definitely be worth coming out to show your support!

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