Archive for June, 2016

Rhubarb Festival in Pine Grove, Colorado on June 11

Rhubarb Festival in Pine Grove, Colorado on June 11

The fun starts at 7:30 a.m. on the 11th of June. It is the 29th annual Rhubarb Festival in Pine Grove, Colorado. From 7:30 to 11:30 a.m., the day begins with an all you can eat pancake breakfast. Last year, over 700 people were served. At 11:30 there is Bake-off where Rhubarb Recipes are judged. A parade starts after the […]

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Top Stops for Art and Culture in Boston

Top Stops for Art and Culture in Boston

Have you ever been to Boston? I was so fortunate to explore the city for several days last month with Eron Johnson and wanted to share some of the ‘must-see’ places. These stops are filled with some of the best art examples of all kinds that I have had the pleasure of seeing. The city of Boston, Massachusetts, is rich […]

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Hampden Street Antique Market Features Genna Morrow

Hampden Street Antique Market Features Genna Morrow

Genna Morrow has been at Hampden Street Antique Market now for 3 years. She has two booths. One is very “girlie” with linen designs that she makes and a lot of white furniture. It’s kind of romantic shabby. The other booth represents her “darker side” as she calls it with suitcases, office stuff, receipt spindles, tables and cupboards. Doing antiques […]

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Royal Contemporary features Colorado artist Clark Richert

Royal Contemporary features Colorado artist Clark Richert

120 East Main Street, Florence The Geometry of Viewing June 4 through July 24 Please join us for a reception for the artist on  Saturday, June 11 from 5 to 8 pm   Often referred to as the most important painter in Colorado, Clark Richert speculates about the nature of reality through his large paintings and digital prints. He is inspired […]

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Love of Bikes Bonded Father and Son

Love of Bikes Bonded Father and Son

The following article was written by Stephanie Earls for the Colorado Springs Gazette. It talks about Jason Carr and his father Dean. Jason and his wife Tina own The Antique Gallery of Colorado Springs. The Mall just celebrated its 25th anniversary. Congratulations!   If you were a kid in a certain neighborhood in Minneapolis about 17 years ago, and you […]

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