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COPPeR hires first executive director

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COPPeR, the nonprofit Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region, has hired Bettina Swigger as its first executive director. She starts the job Jan. 3. Swigger has managed the Summer Arts Festival at Colorado College for three years and also has worked as the administrator for the citywide Mozart @ 250 celebration, a freelance arts… Continue Reading COPPeR hires first executive director

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A premier party for a Trading Spaces television episode filmed in Colorado Springs this summer is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at Will’s Sports Pub & Grill, 424 S. Nevada Ave. The episode will be televised at the party from 8 to 9 p.m. The episode features local residents and roller derby skaters Karma Getcha… Continue Reading Premier party for Springs’ Trading Spaces episode

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Re-live the re-opening with Diane Wengler

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Whether or not you attended the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center’s Extremely Grand Opening, you can witness some of the evening’s magic here through a gallery of Godfrey Brooke’s photos of CSBJ’s society columnist Diane Wengler’s visit to the opening gala — or read her column at CSBJ.com.

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Michael We Hardly Knew Ye…

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Nope, I didn’t have advance notice of Michael De Marsche’s impending exit – even though, in retrospect, last week’s column seems eerily prescient. I just remembered the wise words of the favorite author of my youth, A. Conan Doyle, whose most famous creation, Sherlock Holmes, once said : “When you have eliminated the impossible, then… Continue Reading Michael We Hardly Knew Ye…

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