From talking to people who actually knew her, reading her memoirs and watching an exquisitely crafted PBS documentary, I feel like I now know the late, great Fannie Mae Duncan as well as one can know the departed. More importantly, I’ve come to love and
The “High Five,” is intended to let you sing the praises of, give a shout out to or slap a high five, if you will, with those who are doing good things in Southeast.
In 2017, just 555 of America’s approximately 10,000 outdoor sculptures featured women, according to the Smithsonian American Art Museum Inventories of American Painting and Sculpture. If Kay Esmiol has her way, the gap will close by one in the next few months. Esmiol, a retired
Enter the world of Fannie Mae Duncan, Colorado Springs’ godmother of inclusion As she wrote in her memoir, it started with a letter. “Dear Fannie Mae Duncan, “We’d like to borrow your life.” From that salutation, penned by a group of enthusiastic middle-school students and
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An overflow crowd of more than 100 community members, dignitaries, business people and journalists came to the Sand Creek Library Jan. 30 for the Southeast Express newspaper launch event.
From its microphones and instruments to its computer-assisted editing software and sound-mixing equipment, the Studio at Sand Creek is jam-packed with the same type of items you would find in a professional New York or Los Angeles recording space.
A winter storm is bringing gale-force winds, blowing snow and sub-freezing wind chills to Colorado Springs, closing schools and libraries across the region.
Peak Vista plans new to open new facility in February