Longtime chiropractor relocates to 21st
Lowenstein Chiropractic is relocating from Unitah Street to 1310 S. 21st St., with the doors scheduled to open at the new site March 1.
A one-man business, Dr. Marc Lowenstein has practiced on the Westside for 26 years. Before moving to Uintah 20 years ago, his office was also on South 21st Street, according to his wife Susan, who is serving as general contractor in preparing the building at the new site.
The interior of the existing building there is being “completely renovated,” she said, while the exterior is getting new stucco, paint and glass block. The building, which has several off-street parking spaces, is slightly larger at 1,400 square feet than the doctor's old 1,200-square-foot unit on Uintah.
The Lowensteins bought the South 21st property last November. It had been a fireplace business for the past three years.
“We saw the place was for sale, and we'd always liked the looks of it, so we decided to check it out,” Susan said. After leasing for so many years, she added, they liked the idea of owning the family business' property.
Dr. Lowenstein's phone is 287-2122.
The Cucuru Gallery Café will host a CD release party for local musician Andrew Benton Thursday, Feb. 22.
The party, commemorating Benton's first solo record, titled “Softly,” will be from 5 to 8 p.m. at Cucuru, 2532 W. Colorado Ave.
Actors in the Opera Theatre of the Rockies' upcoming “Hansel and Gretel” will lead free tours of Patsy's Candies, 1540 S. 21st St., Saturday, Feb. 17 at 1 and 2 p.m.
Reservations are required. The phone number is 633-9373.
Two performances of the opera are scheduled March 3 at the Pikes Peak Center.
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