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New performance art venue to open downtown

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New performance art venue to open downtown

The owners of downtown Colorado Springs club The Mansion have announced the first scheduled performances at their new venue at 20 N. Tejon St. Sam and Kathy Guadagnoli, who created the private club for performance art on the second floor of the building, behind The Mansion, said that the first performances will begin next week.… Continue Reading New performance art venue to open downtown

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Report: Home prices up nationally, regionally, locally

California-based property information company CoreLogic reported Tuesday that home prices increased nationally by 8.8 percent in May since the same time last year. Colorado Springs also saw an year-over-year increase of 5.2 percent in May, according the company’s May CoreLogic Home Price Index report. That rate also increased from April 2014 by 1.7 percent. As… Continue Reading Report: Home prices up nationally, regionally, locally

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After months of state and federal investigations into its business practices, Corinthian Colleges Inc. has reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Education to plan the winding down of some of its operations — including its two facilities in Colorado Springs. The deal, announced Monday, stipulates the creation of an operating agreement by July… Continue Reading Everest swims, like its students, in uncertainty

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Drake plant now providing partial power

Unit 6 at Martin Drake Power Plant is back online, a representative for Colorado Springs Utilities announced Wednesday. The coal-fired power generating unit is one of three at the downtown plant and can produce up to 85 megawatts of Drake’s 254MW load, which accounts for roughly a third of the city’s energy. “Now that Unit 6 is back… Continue Reading Drake plant now providing partial power

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Everest to remain open pending further federal action

Less than a week after Corinthian Colleges Inc. announced a 21-day federal funding suspension by the U.S. Department of Education, a company executive has said that its more than 100 campuses will remain tentatively operational. In an email to its staff Monday, Corinthian Chairman and CEO Jack Massimino said the company has “reached an agreement in principle… Continue Reading Everest to remain open pending further federal action

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Initial phase of Tierra Vista complete at local AFBs

Lend Lease Public Partnerships announced Wednesday that it has completed the initial development phase of its Tierra Vista Communities, located at Peterson and Schriever Air Force Bases in Colorado Springs. The $316-million on-base military housing project has created homes for more than 860 airmen and their families and also includes projects at Los Angeles Air Force… Continue Reading Initial phase of Tierra Vista complete at local AFBs

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Tony’s moves across Tejon

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Tony’s moves across Tejon

More than a year after the owner of Tony’s Bar kickstarted the relocation process, the downtown Colorado Springs mainstay has finally opened across the street from its former home. Tony’s opened Thursday as a reinvented version of itself at 326 N. Tejon St., just a whiskey stone’s throw from 311 N. Tejon St. where the… Continue Reading Tony’s moves across Tejon

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Report: Colorado May foreclosures down 31 percent

Foreclosure filings were down 31.4 percent in Colorado last month, falling since last year to the lowest level seen in May since 2007, according to a report by the Colorado Division of Housing. The number of filings dropped from 1,113 to 763 between May 2013 and May 2014. “We’re looking at an eight-year low for May foreclosures,… Continue Reading Report: Colorado May foreclosures down 31 percent

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Manitou group asks to put pot back on ballot

A group of Manitou Springs citizens opposed to the city’s decision to allow the sale of retail marijuana has submitted petitions to put the issue back on the ballot. The No Retail Marijuana in Manitou Springs group submitted “twice as many signatures as required for verification and referral to the ballot … to ensure that… Continue Reading Manitou group asks to put pot back on ballot

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Art on the Streets – 16 years and going strong

Thursday marked the launch of downtown Colorado Springs’ 16th annual Art on the Streets program, displaying 11 large-scale installations in public spaces throughout the city’s core. “Art on the Streets celebrates the power of art in public places, turning the streets of downtown Colorado Springs into a year-long outdoor sculpture gallery,” according to a Downtown… Continue Reading Art on the Streets – 16 years and going strong

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