Jennifer Mulson, The Gazette

Jennifer Mulson

The Gazette

Colorado Springs, CO, United States

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Recent articles by Jennifer:

Annual Colorado Renaissance Festival canceled

This year's Colorado Renaissance Festival has been canceled due to COVID-19. → Read More

Another drive-in movie screen pop-up coming to Colorado Springs

Rocky Mountain Women's Film will offer the documentary "Meet the Patels" July 23-25 in the parking lot of the former Gazette building at 30 E. Pikes Peak Ave. in Colorado → Read More

Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum to reopen

Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum will reopen Thursday. → Read More

Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Trace Adkins coming to Colorado drive-ins, outdoor theaters

Country star Blake Shelton, pop star Gwen Stefani and country singer Trace Adkins will kick-off the new Encore Drive-In Nights series coming to drive-in and outdoor theaters across the country → Read More

Yes, no or maybe on COVID-19 vaccine?

A COVID-19 vaccine is in the works. Will people get the vaccination right away, never or after awhile? Residents in the Pikes Peak region speak out. → Read More

Local woman books shows, makes albums at popular music venue in Colorado Springs

Sunshine Studios Live co-owner Christina Corbitt brings about 200 shows to Colorado Springs every year. When she's not doing that, she's a recording engineer, actress and occasional fill-in drummer. → Read More

Some museums open in Colorado Springs while others remain closed

Museums in Colorado Springs are slowly opening with coronavirus protocols in place. → Read More

Colorado Springs arts organizations among those to receive COVID-19 relief funds

Ten nonprofit arts organizations in El Paso and Fremont counties received almost $60,000 in COVID-19 relief funding from Colorado Creative Industries. → Read More

Colorado Springs Chamber Orchestra receives national grant

Chamber Orchestra of the Springs receives a $10,000 grant from National Endowment for the Arts. → Read More

Colorado Springs restaurant brings back popular drive-in movie

Good Company Restaurant and Bar in Colorado Springs will once again invite patrons to another free drive-in at 8:30 p.m. June 26. → Read More

Colorado teen building professional career with wildlife, landscape paintings

Cody Oldham is a 16-year-old professional wildlife and landscape artist who lives near Woodland Park. → Read More

Modifications made to Colorado State Fair

The Colorado State Fair Board of Authority voted Tuesday to modify the popular 11-day festival to be held Aug. 28-Sept. 7 at the Colorado State Fairgrounds in Pueblo. → Read More

Dreamers report outlandish pandemic dreams, nightmares in Colorado Springs

People are dreaming more than usual. Some are crazy and nightmarish, others are dull. What do dreams mean, if anything? → Read More

Pioneering Colorado Springs yoga teacher, studio owner dies

Teryl Lundquist, who owned Yoga Journeys Studio, was one of Colorado Springs' first yoga teachers and longest-running studio owners. She died last month from cancer at 74. → Read More

Live Well: Grow backyard herbs to boost immunity, calm anxiety

Easy-to-grow backyard herbs and other wild herbs and trees can help boost immune systems and calm anxiety. → Read More

Christo left enduring impression on Colorado Springs arts community

World renowned Christo died last month, but his works will live on in memories and stories, even as there is nothing physical to revisit or honor. → Read More

Robot caddies emerge on Colorado Springs golf courses

Robot caddies at two Colorado Springs golf courses are helping golfers return to walking the course. → Read More

Green Box Arts Festival to offer art installations, conversations

Green Box Arts Festival will feature two art installations and five virtual conversations between festival co-founders and artists and musicians in this year's version of the usually 10-day event. → Read More

Art on the Streets features murals, performance art, sculptures in Colorado Springs

The annual Art on the Streets, a blocks-long sculpture garden downtown, will feature a dozen pieces this year. → Read More

More Colorado Springs galleries opening their doors; First Friday offers in-person distanced art shows, virtual exhibits

First Friday will offer another Virtual First Friday Challenge, as well as a third gallery opening to the public. → Read More