When my new wife and I decided to plant roots in our longtime hometown of Pueblo in the fall of 2013, we had some things to consider; Where in town … Read More
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 … Read More
For four teenagers on Pueblo’s Eastside, the fight isn’t in the street, it’s in school. Two dropouts, 18 and 17 years old, a 17 year old on the verge and … Read More
Mike Clark, the ever energetic and prolific singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist currently behind some of the most diverse and exciting music happening in Southern Colorado, is as of this writing sitting … Read More
Pueblo’s culture is getting the PBS treatment by showing off its art and culture.
This past June, ‘Travel & Music,’ a documentary series on PBS Music Voyager, stopped by … Read More
It’s a beautiful Sunday in Pueblo, warm for winter with a slight breeze, and I’m spending it surrounded by what seems like hazardous debris. My guide for the day, Lori … Read More
This won’t be a eulogy. Phil’s Radiator is dead. Dead and buried. No flowers at the gravesite, unless you count intelligible death metal band stickers and equally intelligible graffiti on … Read More
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