Biz Buzz:
Signature Point homes being built

       Construction is starting on four houses that have been sold in the Signature Point area of the Kissing Camels gated community, with infrastructure being readied on the others.

While construction takes place on one of the four houses being built by the Sunrise Company in the Signature Point project off Kissing Camels Drive this week, Garden of the Gods Club member Ted Decker drives a tee shot down the club's adjacent 9th fairway.
Westside Pioneer photo

       The project is by the Garden of the Gods Club LLC (an entity of the Sunrise Company, which bought Kissing Camels in 2007).
       Featuring a location bordering the ninth fairway of the community's golf course, Signature Point was approved by the city last November, with 17 lots in all near Kissing Camels Drive. Each of the homes will be one-story, built with a customizable Sunrise floor plan, according to Jackie Gebert of the Garden of the Club's sales office.
       An 18th home is slated to be built in close proximity, in the style of the existing Courtyards development, she added.
       The Signature Point area had consisted of summer cottages built in the 1960s, some of which were showing their age. They were demolished last winter.
       For more information, call 314-2120.
       Therapeutic Massage
       Azure Mind Body Therapeutic Massage has recently opened at 1009 W. Colorado Ave.
       Open by appointment, the business offers customized therapeutic massage.
       Owner Cindy Maniscalco has 600 hours of schooling from the Collinson School of Massage Therapy. She said she previously worked as a dental assistant and as a secretary at a law firm, where she learned to “listen carefully” to understand clients' needs.
       Maniscalco located on the Westside because of its natural beauty and Victorian houses; also, she said, “I feel comfortable here and I like the wide variety of businesses and interesting people.”
       For more information, call 641-9562 or e-mail The website is
       New fashion shop
       Specializing in handbags and fashion accessories, Chateau de Vine recently opened at 2616 W. Colorado Ave., Suite 14 in the Old Colorado Square.
       Business owner Sherry Gray is a former Colorado Springs salon owner (Signatures Salon). She said she has “always loved the OCC shopping district” and the “cozy and quaint shops” in the square.
       The shop's fashion accessories include scarves, rings, necklaces and bracelets.
       Chateau de Vine is open Wednesday to Sunday.
       The phone is 707-280-9405, the e-mail is, and the website is
       Kindie musician at MAT
       In an extension of its Ice Cream Theatre series, the Millibo Art Theatre, 1367 Pecan St., will host national “Kindie” musician Steve Weeks Thursday to Sunday, July 26-29.
       The concerts will be 7 p.m. nightly. Kindie is the name given to a musical genre that appeals to children but in a non-saccharine sort of way. For example, according to Weeks' website, one song is about a dandelion that wants to be considered a flower instead of a weed, and another is about a boy who doesn't want to take a bath. Musical styles include bluegrass, rock, folk-hop, and reggae.
       Also at MAT, an encore show of “Babette's Cabaret” has been scheduled July 28 at 9 p.m.
       For price information, call 465-6321 or go to

Editor's note: If you know any Westside locations not listed here, or you find that any of this information has changed, please let us know at 471-6776.

Westside Pioneer/press release