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Arley-Rose Torsone and Morgan Calderini use vintage presses to create custom invitations and one-of-a-kind greeting cards. As artists, the two wanted artistic wedding invitations with panache and jazz, so they created a poster using Torsone's creative hand lettering in bright neon colors. Comment?
Ladyfingers Letterpress prepared custom wedding invitations for Saturday Night Live alum John Mulaney and other work for fashion designer Tory Burch, IMAX CEO Richard Gelfond and others. The owners, Morgan Calderini and her wife Arley-Rose Torsone, moved the business' headquarters from Rhode Island to Colorado Springs two years ago, but just recently opened a retail shop here. Comment?
One common theme in Spencer Boyles' short restaurant career has been his uncanny ability to set up shop near bodies of water - the majesty of Prince William Sound outside Alyeska Resort in Alaska, the awe-inspiring Puget Sound off Seattle's shore and now the iconic Palmer Lake in northern El Paso County. Boyles, 29, and his wife Samantha have owned the Speedtrap Bistro in Palmer Lake for just over a year. Comment?
When former Air Force pilot Peter Popp and his wife, Susan, ventured out West two decades ago, they thought they'd buy some open space and own a few ranch animals. What they didn't predict was taking on another beast - bison - and starting an organic business in Colorado Springs. Comment?
Dr. Keyan Riley, originally from Sacramento, Calif., graduated from the Air Force Academy in 1996. Riley, Memorial Hospital North's trauma medical director, went on to complete medical school at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and achieved the rank of lieutenant colonel while on active duty. Comment?
The Colorado Springs Small Business Development Center received a temporary reprieve this week - it will receive the necessary funding from the city to... The Colorado Springs Small Business Development Center received a temporary reprieve this week - it will receive the necessary funding from the city to continue operations, but only for a single year. The SBDC sounded the alarm last month, when the Lodgers and Automobile Rental Tax committee zeroed out the $55,000 normally given to SBDC from the fund - designated by ordinance for tourism and economic development. Comment?
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