Stephanie Earls, The Gazette

Stephanie Earls

The Gazette

Colorado Springs, CO, United States

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New drug gives Colorado Springs woman with rare disease her life back

The information encoded in our DNA makes our bodies operate and look the way they do, but it doesn’t work alone. It needs messenger RNA to deliver instructions to the → Read More

It takes a kid, sometimes, to raise a neighborhood

If he had the choice, which he doesn't, 10-year-old Lincoln Reeves would rather clean up his neighborhood than his bedroom. → Read More

Breweries provide inspiration for pandemic project doldrums

I had big plans for my stay-at-home spring. → Read More

Black Lives Matter movement comes to a street corner in Cañon City

CAÑON CITY • Bias is a beast with many faces, one of which appears to be hanging a left onto Royal Gorge Boulevard in a late model pickup with tinted → Read More

In the spirit of beer, good health and cheer

I used to spend a lot of time drinking in the (distant) past, often while wearing enough yards of velvet there was a good excuse and a cushion if I → Read More

Bike sales boom during the pandemic as more kids pedal as a pastime

When the coronavirus pandemic triggered shutdowns and stay-at-home orders in March, Daniel Byrd remembers having one immediate thought, one big regret. → Read More

A global disaster gave us the bike

In 1815, the most powerful volcanic eruption in modern recorded history rocked present-day Indonesia, sending up an ash column that dispersed throughout the atmosphere and caused global temperatures to plummet. → Read More

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo will begin phased reopening on Saturday

After being closed due to COVID-19 concerns for nearly three months, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo will begin a phased reopening Saturday, the zoo announced Friday night. → Read More

A letter to my hops, on the occasion of their first birthday

Dear hops plants, It’s been a little over a year since we first met at Local Relic, and I promised to (try to) be a good parent to you. I was nervous — your rhizomes were so fragile, swaddled in moist paper towels, a few of you sprouting delicate sprigs of green. I’m a horticultural horror show, but unlike my other floral victims you were more than just plants. You’re the plants that make the… → Read More

Children's Hospital seeing disturbing rise in severe injuries since start of pandemic

In the time it took you to read this story’s headline, your child could have gotten into an accident that required a trip to the emergency room — and, odds → Read More

Colorado Strong Ale, a benefit beer for pandemic times, hits local taps

Don’t you love it when anxiety gives way to anticipation? → Read More

Pikes Pub: Colorado Springs brewery gets a helping hand with loan

Imagine devoting your life savings and your years to a startup brewery, going deep into debt, and sleeping on a cot in your brewhouse not just because you “live your → Read More

Coronavirus death toll in Colorado creeps upward

As of Saturday afternoon, 967 Coloradans have died of the coronavirus and 19,375 others have tested positive for the disease, data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment → Read More

Pilgrimage of Pints continues, with a pandemic twist

In days of yore, beermakers along the southern Front Range would set aside time in April to create special historical brews honoring Arnold of Metz, a seventh-century Frankish bishop and → Read More

Sharp drop in child abuse reports around Colorado Springs during shutdown is not good news

Paula Baack started her teaching career in Nebraska in 1971, three years before Congress passed key legislation to combat the growing national crisis of child abuse and neglect. → Read More

May dedicated to raising awareness of plight caused by medical mesh

Colorado Springs resident Robin Bowen was in her 40s and mom to four adult kids when she underwent surgery for urinary incontinence in 2006. Before the procedure, she says the → Read More

Paravicini's Bistro prepares gift rigatoni for Cheyenne Mountain Center

This pandemic tale of family, generosity and good food has its roundabout roots in a moment 40 years ago, when five scruffy-looking kids walked into Franco Pisani’s mother’s bakery for → Read More

Coping with coronavirus around Colorado

They started out making covers for N95 masks, for nurses, then expanded to cloth masks, for nursing homes and rehab facilities, family, friends, neighbors and pretty much anyone who asked. → Read More

Feast of St. Arnold canceled in Colorado Springs; what about other beer fests?

For the past seven years, the Feast of St. Arnold has for me signaled the start of summer, sunburns and Colorado’s rich and riotous outdoor beer fest season. → Read More

Rookies Taphouse in Fountain doubles down on local

Before Stephanie Whitmoyer opened Rookies Taphouse and Eatery in Fountain last June, she knew she wanted her new establishment to run heavy with local brews. She also knew she’d have → Read More