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Jeremy Jones

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PlanCOS: What’s Your Big Idea?

Have you got a vision for our city? What does the future Colorado Springs look like to you? Don’t keep it to yourself. PlanCOS is a two-year process by...

Big Ideas for Colorado Springs: Creekside Renaissance, Diversified Workforce, Space Hub, Trail Connections, More

Spurring a Creekside Renaissance Picture walking out of the new hotel on South Nevada and walking over a bridge to Prime25. The trail follows Cheyenne Creek, and all around it...

More Big Ideas for Colorado Springs

Realizing an Age Friendly City At Innovations in Aging, we work to ensure that the Springs is welcoming and open to people of all ages—a place where someone who is...

Springs Beer Bracket: The Champions

The concept was simple: Gather 16 brews from the multitude of high-quality craft brewers in town; have a panel of average Joes and Janes blind taste them head-to-sudsy-head in...

At the Heart of Monument

Eats and Drinks 1. Pikes Peak Brewing Company One of the region’s leaders, well worth the drive to the foot of Monument Hill for whatever locally named brew is on tap. 1756...

The Wine Festival of Colorado Springs

If you’re looking for all things wine, this is it. In its 26th year, the festival spans three days, March 2-4, filled with wine seminars and tastings, paired meals...

Highlight Reel: Five Film Festivals in Colorado Springs

One Nation Film Festival Feb. 19 | Stargazers Theatre On Point: Understanding and appreciating Native American and indigenous people and cultures. What to Expect: Mostly documentaries, moving and inspirational. “Some are inspirational...

Tomichi Lodge: Your Off the Grid Adventure Base

We found winter. It came none too early. But as things turned out, it showed up just in time. We went to Tomichi Lodge seeking an off-the-grid winter getaway...

A Stroll Through Old Colorado City

Once the original capital of the Colorado Territory, now it’s a local biz hub. Old Colorado City thrives on an eclectic mix of Wild West ethos, fine to funky...

Singletrack Springs: How to Hit All the Mountain Bike Trails

We’ve switched places, me and my bike. I’m carrying it now, stepping down sandstone ledges as scrub oak smacks my face. “How’s it look over there?” I ask. My riding...