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January/February 2013

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Baby it's Cold Outside!

Baby it's Cold Outside!

It seems we’ve all heard stories of wonderfully fit folks who head outside in the wintertime for a run, or to shovel snow, or to chop wood and without warning collapse with a massive heart attack and are gone. We are left stunned. But they were in such great shape, we say, how could they possibly have fallen victim to a heart attack? Were they not as fit as we thought? Did they have some dangerous, hidden heart condition no one knew about?

Pretty Palettes

Pretty Palettes

As any regular Project Runway viewer knows, the styling—makeup, hair, accessories—of a model can have enormous impact on how a designer’s newest collection of garments is received by the viewing audience. The same is true of anyone hoping to make a statement at an event or even at work. The clothes may make the woman, but the supporting elements are all part of the bigger picture.

Affordable Aspen

Affordable Aspen

That ultimate skier’s paradise, home of the beautiful people and audacious prices, is not the first place you think of when you hear “affordable.”

The Ever Changing Face of The Law

The Ever Changing Face of The Law

Colorado Springs has a rich and storied history even from its roots when Colorado was just a territory. In turn, our legal profession has ebbed and flowed alongside that changing landscape creating a history of its own.

If the Shoe Fits...

If the Shoe Fits...

Women know that fashion comes at a price. But most dismiss the high-cost of squeezing their toes into high-heels or ill-fitting shoes until it’s too late.

Can You Hear Me Now?

Can You Hear Me Now?

When Manitou Springs resident Sara Keller cut the cord to her home phone and joined the millions of Americans who have gone solely cellular, she found herself running to the front yard a lot.

Swinging into Spring

Swinging into Spring

It’s the dead of winter, temperatures are freezing for much of the country and opening day for the 2013 baseball season, spring’s rite of passage, seems eons away. So what’s a baseball fan to do? The answer is to head to Arizona for some Cactus League action.

Get a Job!

Get a Job!

Maybe you’ve been out of work for a while. You’re not alone. The jobless rate in El Paso County is 8.7 percent, as of October – slightly higher than the national average. So there’s more competition out there. El Paso County also has numerous young people, many just out of college, looking for jobs – and, at the other end of the spectrum, displaced older workers or military retirees who are still in the game.

National Treasure

National Treasure

For the last 106 years, the National Western Stock Show has been a mainstay in the Denver community, providing thousands of people each year with quality entertainment while also representing the spirit of the old West and the Western way of life.

Bold Flavors to Warm the Soul

Bold Flavors to Warm the Soul

Nothing’s more satisfying on a cold winter’s night than the bold, innovative flavors of Mexico and the Southwest artfully presented in a warm and inviting setting. Two of our favorites, José Muldoon’s and Sonterra Grill, are located right in the heart of downtown and offer prepared-from-scratch specialties using the freshest of ingredients. So bundle up tight and brave the north winds for an evening that’s certain to warm your soul.

Personal History

Personal History

Remember the song from The King and I, “Getting to know you, getting to know all about you?” It speaks mostly about friendship, but it also applies to family. Think about it. How much do you really know about your parents’ lives? How much do your children and grandchildren know about yours? Everyone has a story because everyone IS a story, and each is unique and important and worth telling.

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