Manitou

15 Dec 18
MileHigh Prep Report

Summary of My League Predictions Boys and Girls (Class 3A thru 2A) So as I was putting this list together I noticed a few mistakes in the previous articles mostly in the girls predictions.  In Class 2A girls Ellicott has moved to 3A and in the article part I put that but forgot to switch […]

14 Dec 18
MileHigh Prep Report

Girls Basketball League Predictions Class 3A I am going to pick the Top 3 in Class 3A because in 3A only the Top 2 are guaranteed spots into the State Tournament.  I won’t post this again till after Winter Break and then it will become a weekly post. Confluence Riverdale Ridge Eagle Ridge Academy Englewood […]

14 Dec 18
Cultivated Kale

Yesterday was my 32nd birthday, and it was fantastic! I slept in, skated, enjoyed some delicious vegan lemon bars that Aaron made me (I am obsessed with all things citrus), and then we went into the mountains last night to go watch the meteor shower.    Thank you to everyone who sent me well wishes […]

14 Dec 18
Tim Neely Stuff

Most of the traditional carols we sing in the United States, particularly in church services, come from other countries and cultures. England is the primary source, followed by France, Germany, and Spain. At times, it can make one wonder if any of the great pre-20th century Christmas carols came from the New World. Actually, a […]

14 Dec 18
Coffee Dates & Lifting Weights

So last month I made a post about my bucket list, I would love to update you guys on my progress so far! I have accomplished nothing… Like literally, nothing… I did get back on Keto though, and as of writing this, I am down 5lbs since I started exactly a week ago! Do you […]

14 Dec 18
FutureMoney

Bicycle suspension is the system, or systems, used to suspend the rider and bicycle in order to insulate them from the roughness of the terrain. Bicycle suspension is used primarily on mountain bikes, but is also common on hybrid bicycles.The global Bicycle Suspension System market is valued at xx million US$ in 2017 and will […]

13 Dec 18
MileHigh Prep Report

Boys Basketball League Predictions Class 3A I am going to pick the Top 3 in Class 3A because in 3A only the Top 2 are guaranteed spots into the State Tournament.  I won’t post this again till after Winter Break and then it will become a weekly post. Confluence/Colorado 8 DSST-Green Valley Ranch Fort Lupton […]

13 Dec 18
Writing it Out

by Erika Schmidt, junior writing coach During school we all tend to skip the “most important meal of the day” a few times too many. So as winter break approaches and the opportunity to sleep in and eat a real breakfast is nearing, chances are you will be looking for the perfect breakfast place. I have […]

13 Dec 18
dsm4kids

For all of you who have resolved to get more exercise, start the new year on the right foot with a brisk hike! Choose from an easy stroll to moderate level hike taking place at many of Iowa’s State Parks. These FREE, guided hikes are held annually on New Year’s Day as part of the America’s […]

13 Dec 18
ML Cavanaugh

*Note: This essay was published in the Pikes Peak Bulletin print edition on December 13, 2018. It can also be found online here, an image of the column is included below, as well as the text of the essay. Manitou prides itself on being artsy, so I’m hoping readers will be familiar with the film-musical “The Greatest […]

13 Dec 18
Jaunty Everywhere

Whether you want to explore your city, plan a staycation or visit your hometown, the Travel Everyday series is for you. A New Store Find a new store in your town. This could be a store you’ve never visited- new to you. Or it could be completely new to your town. Even better, find a […]

13 Dec 18
Memesita

The Just for Laughs Galas will be redesigned and will probably come out in a new form in 2018. The HuffPost Quebec has learned that Christian Viau, who since 2012 had held the position of content producer at Juste pour rire, and who was responsible for coordinating the Galas, will no longer take up these […]

13 Dec 18
All of Algonquin

For those who don’t know, I live in Ottawa. It’s a great place to settle down. The vibe is kind of a mix of big city and small town and there’s green space everywhere. It takes me 15 minutes to get from my front door to Gatineau Provincial Park, 20 minutes to get to a […]