Floyd + Finch in Florence, CO has recently shut its doors, but when it was open, it was a thoughtfully curated space featuring American West-inspired paintings, one-of-a-kind antiques and artifacts, and handmade barn tables built by Jessica LaCasse and her father. However, the shop is not the end of her journey.Read More
Art and Salvage Gallery owner Jessica Vogel says people in Salida bring her windows to paint on all the time, often dropping them off overnight on the sidewalk in front of the gallery, where wood-framed panes of glass greet her when she arrives in the morning.Read More
As a blossoming herbalist whose heart is filled with love and respect for the plant world, my vision is to perhaps inspire you to explore and connect with the wilderness on your own and learn from the best teacher: Nature.
Plants are both pure magic and science, teachers and healers. They are a manifestation of the beautiful collaboration between all different elements, including sun, earth, water and minerals.Read More
The door sits open on this quintessential summer day, suggesting even to casual passer-by that Springs Community Acupuncture (SCA) is all about removing barriers.
Over the past several years, Shuga’s Restaurant has become the yardstick by which all other Colorado Springs restaurants are measured. A new restaurant might have great cocktails, but are they as creative as Shuga’s?Read More
As the first saison-focused brewery within Colorado, Trinity Brewing takes its personal trifecta—Artisanal Beer, Slow Food, and Conscious People—to heart, evident in each facet of the brew-to-bottle operation.Read More
As far as a vision, I have a lot of ideas. But I'm trying to take them one at a time for now. (laughs) In general though, I'd love to see it build more as a space for people to come be. And come hang. And share a love of creative processes. Even if that means hanging out, working on different projects and sipping on coffee or maté, all while being surrounded by the presence of good art and good music.Read More
Think back to the first time you felt a connection to food. For Larry Stebbins, the director of Pike’s Peak Urban Gardens, the detail, color and taste of that moment has never faded. Decades ago, in his grandfather’s garden, Larry tasted the sweet juices of a home-grown tomato. Larry has been a committed gardener ever since.Read More