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Colorado’s Chautauqua

Colorado’s Chautauqua

Colorado Chautauqua harkens back to simpler times, exemplifying its original ideals of lifelong learning, embracing nature, and the performance arts.

Santa Fe

Santa Fe

You never forget your first visit to Santa Fe.

The Aging Marketplace

The Aging Marketplace

Whether or not employers want to admit it, there is something of a bias against hiring older workers.

Dementia

Dementia

JoAnn, a longtime Colorado Springs resident, still remembers the first time she noticed that all might not be well with Gary.

Mixing Medication and Food

Mixing Medication and Food

A recent study by the Mayo Clinic revealed that a surprising 7 out of 10 American adults currently take at least one prescription medication daily

Dining Out With Dogs

Dining Out With Dogs

Pets are family and when we venture out, they should be able to join us. That includes bringing them to pet friendly restaurants.

In Search of a Good Night's Sleep

In Search of a Good Night's Sleep

According to recent studies, between a third and a half of all Americans suffer from insomnia.

Fall Gardening

Fall Gardening

When local meteorologists start talking about the first frost, fall gardeners should be making a mental checklist.

Back to the Future of School

Back to the Future of School

Our culture is ever changing. Trends emerge that become permanent parts of our lives. And colleges have to not only keep up with the times, but look to the future.

2015 Top Docs

2015 Top Docs

As Colorado Springs Style kicks off its 5th Anniversary issue of Top Docs, we congratulate the following list of physicians.

With The Onset of Fall, Hunters Rejoice

With The Onset of Fall, Hunters Rejoice

The dog days of summer have ended. That’s music to the ears of hundreds of thousands of hunting fans in Colorado.

Canine Flu is Sweeping the Nation

Canine Flu is Sweeping the Nation

A highly contagious canine influenza virus (CIV) never seen before in the U.S. is spreading across the country, making dogs sick and veterinarians concerned.

Preserving Summer's Bounty

Preserving Summer's Bounty

Canning, once thought to be an old-fashioned home economics skill our grandmothers mastered, is making a comeback.

Restaurant 1858

Restaurant 1858

You’ve arrived at 1858 – not only the year, but also the newest restaurant in The Broadmoor’s coterie of eateries.

Barta’s new arrangement  of Jazz masterpiece

Barta’s new arrangement of Jazz masterpiece

Colorado Springs Jazz pianist, composer, arranger, author and educator Steve Barta thrives on collaboration.

Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region

Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region

For lost, abandoned and abused animals, being in a shelter can be their lifeline to survival and happy endings.

Salem

Salem

Are witches real? Of course they are. They walk among us. They just don’t wear pointy hats or carry brooms.

Pikes Peak Community Banks

Pikes Peak Community Banks

Central Bank & Trust Colorado Market President Gary Markle expects his community bank to do close to $30 million in commercial loans this year.

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