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The city is hosting a Wednesday lunch and learn discussion on how to make downtown better. The event is scheduled for 12:11 p.m. to 12:49 p.m. at the City Administration Building at 30 S. Nevada Ave.  Sack lunches are welcome, but there won’t be any food served. The event will begin with a rapid-fire five-minute… Continue Reading City hosts ‘lunch and learn’ to discuss downtown vision

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Downtown’s retail scene has made a positive turn in the past year as vacant storefronts are beginning to fill. Continue Reading More retail steps up to fill Tejon vacancies

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Downtown nightclub owners Sam and Kathy Guadagnoli have backed out of plans to expand the Gasoline Alley bar into a vacant next-door building at 26 N. Tejon St. The couple was eyeing the vacant building, situated between Gasoline Alley and Blondies/Red Martini at 22 N. Tejon St., an were under contract to purchase it. They… Continue Reading Guadagnolis back away from Gasoline Alley expansion

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The Acacia Park summer concert series kicks off Saturday with indie rock band The Water Bear with Kellie Palmblad and folk band The Mitguards. The Modbo gallery and the Colorado Springs Downtown Business Improvement District partnered to bring live music to Acacia Park most Saturday evenings in June and August from 6 p.m. to 8… Continue Reading Downtown summer concert series starts Saturday

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Downtown board delays Gasoline Alley issue

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The Downtown Review Board voted unanimously today to postpone the hearing on an application for a conditional use permit to expand downtown bar Gasoline Alley. The proposal to expand has become controversial because downtown business owners and residents say there are already too many downtown bars, bringing noise and crowds. Vince Lindon, an attorney representing… Continue Reading Downtown board delays Gasoline Alley issue

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Sam Guadagnoli, who oversees a dynasty of downtown nightclubs, wants to expand one of his bars, Gasoline Alley at  28 N. Tejon St., into the vacant storefront next door. Several neighboring residents and businesses have complained, saying downtown doesn’t need any more bars that bring noise and trash. Others, however, say the expansion is a good… Continue Reading Soundoff: Should Gasoline Alley be allowed to expand?

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City planners will decide May 16 whether downtown bar and club owners Sam and Kathy Guadagnoli will be allowed to expand their Gasoline Alley nightclub … Continue Reading Downtowners fuming over Gasoline Alley expansion

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Phantom Canyon expanding, adding patio

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Phantom Canyon Brewing Company, at the corner of Pikes Peak and Cascade avenues, will begin construction next month on a two-story addition and outdoor patio on the north side of its building. Continue Reading Phantom Canyon expanding, adding patio

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Bakery selling in Plaza kiosk

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Tinta de Toro started selling pastries and baked goods from a kiosk in the Plaza of the Rockies building downtown in March. The location has been good for the little bakery. Company owner Angela Valencia has been impressed with how swiftly her business has grown since she started there. She works at the kiosk on… Continue Reading Bakery selling in Plaza kiosk

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Hyacinth’s Boutique and Spa is preparing to move into vacant space on the struggling block of Bijou Street between Tejon Street and Cascade Avenue. The block endured a hard winter during which time two restaurant closed, a photography shop moved out and no leases were signed. Claudine Malcolm-Telley plans to open her business at 24 E.… Continue Reading Spa and boutique going in on quiet downtown street

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