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Arts & Culture

Land Lines : PULP Artist of the Month
1 year ago

Land Lines : PULP Artist of the Month

Denver’s Land Lines occupy a truly unique headspace upon listening, which can only be described as “Fresh off the boat from Chilligan’s Island”. The Mile High trio, comprised of Martina …
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Pueblo receives two art grants to complete projects
1 year ago

Pueblo receives two art grants to complete projects

Pueblo has received two grants from the National Endowment for the Arts.

The Pueblo Arts Alliance was awarded $10,000 for unified signage throughout the Creative Corridor, which stretches from Main …
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Using The Force For Good
1 year ago

Using The Force For Good

Pueblo born and bred songwriter Andrew Jones has a confession to make; He was not thrilled about the idea of a new Star Wars movie. “As a fan, I’ve come …
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The gingerbread that saved Christmas
1 year ago

The gingerbread that saved Christmas

When the family cable television business closed just before Christmas in the 1980s, Jeri Fry didn’t know what to do. The prospect of Christmas looked grim for her and her …
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Artist Spotlight: Joshua Soto
1 year ago

Artist Spotlight: Joshua Soto

I met multi-faceted artist Joshua Soto for the first time probably 15 years ago, if memory serves me right. He and I were both congregating with other socially awkward miscreants …
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Guide: Off the Vine in Southern Colorado
1 year ago

Guide: Off the Vine in Southern Colorado

It might be said that Pueblo’s always been a drinking town. Previously it was known for having more bars per capita than any other city in the U.S., although currently …
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Weekday Vegetarian
1 year ago

Weekday Vegetarian

At this point in time, nearly everyone reading this article either knows personally or knows of someone near to them who does not eat meat. Vegetarianism and veganism have gone …
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The Fire Rocks of Huajatolla
1 year ago

The Fire Rocks of Huajatolla

The local Ute Indians called them Wahatoya and considered them the sacred “Breasts of the Earth.”  Spanish settlers called them Huajatolla and used them as landmarks to guide their travels …
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Neon Alley Expands
1 year ago

Neon Alley Expands

Changing trends happen commonly in the fashion industry, but over the years they have influenced and shaped the styles of lighting and business as well. Illuminating boulevards worldwide for decades …
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Women of weed
1 year ago

Women of weed

Recent headlines pointed questions to political candidates and statistics point out the obvious: women earn less per hour than their male counterparts. The misfit to that generally accepted notion, however, …
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