Biz buzz:
Ceramic exhibit opens Feb. 10

       The Gunter-Wolff Gallery will host an opening reception for the “New Beginnings” exhibit by ceramic artist Dave Meyers Saturday, Feb. 10, from 5 to 7 p.m. The public is invited.
       The exhibit of slab-built designs will continue through March 3 at the Old Colorado City gallery, 2605 W. Colorado Ave.
       Jeff Bickford and Gail Gustafson, original owners of Motion Studies Centers for Body, Mind and Spirit in Colorado Springs and Seattle, Wash., have returned to the Springs and opened a new health and wellness business in the office of Dr. John Daugherty, 1923 W. Colorado Ave.
       The twosome each has more than 30 years of experience, including opening a Pilates studio in 1997.
       The phone is 290-9789.
       The Old Town GuestHouse, 115 S. 26th St., will continue to offer mystery dinners in February and March.
       Guests will receive a catered dinner and watch a whodunnit that they can try to solve.
       Upcoming shows are Feb. 9 and 23, March 9 and 23.
       Reservations are necessary. For more information, call 632-9194.
       Baby Belles' Clothier just opened at 1721 W. Colorado Ave. Located in a converted house, the business carries clothes for newborns to age 12, maternity clothes, strollers and related baby items.
       Owner Monica Hall previously was an administrator at Denver University. “This is something I always wanted to do,” she said.
       The shop is open Tuesday to Saturday.
       The phone is 630-0241.
       Morning Glory Face & Body has relocated two blocks east to a ground-floor space at 1710 W. Colorado Ave.
       Owner Linda-Marie Crespo offers skin care and waxing services by appointment Tuesday through Saturday, with evenings available.
       The phone is the same: 228-4169.
       Westside artist Deb Komitor will hold an open house Friday, Feb. 2 for her new studio at the Cottonwood Artists School, Gallery and Studios, 25 Cimino Drive.
       The times will be 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
       The phone is 520-1899.
       The former Diamond Shamrock gas station and store at 19th and Uintah streets has been bought by Western Convenience Stores. The new “W” was erected on the sign by the station last week. According to an employee, this makes the third Western Convenience store in Colorado Springs and 27th in Colorado. The company also has stores in Nebraska.

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