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Adventure is Making a Comeback

Win a pair of tickets to check out the all new Visitor Center and Royal Gorge Bridge and Park.

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Featured Letter

Too hot to handle

Regardless of where you stand on the global warming debate, the fact remains that when nature strikes, the U.S. military will respond as part of our longstanding commitment to humanitarian operations around the globe. Six U.S. Marines died recently providing aid to earthquake survivors in Nepal, which is a tragic loss. Their sacrifice embodies the values of our nation, and our presence in disaster-affected regions does the same while providing safety and stability to others.

But a world with simultaneous humanitarian crises on a scale that we have not previously seen, exacerbated by a changing climate, could quickly eclipse the military's ability.

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SunShare Community Solar 101

A chance to learn more about SunShare's Community Solar program, how you can reserve a spot in the solar garden and much more. RSVP by phone or email to attend.
Tue., June 2, 6 p.m.
Bristol Brewing Company, 1604 S. Cascade Ave.

Tyler Durden returns

Fight Club gains a dark future and deep past via a short story and new graphic novel series

Off and running

Mayor-elect Suthers talks about a tax hike, security, severance pay and his political future

Everything is illuminated

With a book of Love Songs, Charles Rockey offers Manitou Springs an enduring gift

Kiowa Sessions go for the gold

Reverb

Born under a bad sign

Grammy winner Jason Ricci cleans up his act

FAC's Guys and Dolls is all good fun

Worth a gamble
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  • So how much is a hospital worth? So how much is a hospital worth?
    Questions raised by anti-tax crusader Douglas Bruce have prompted County Assessor Steve Schleiker to revisit a value assigned to the old St. Francis Hospital.…
  • Spanking, lingerie and more at the Rocky Mountain Summer Sexpo Spanking, lingerie and more at the Rocky Mountain Summer Sexpo
    With the further development of companies like Voodoo Leatherworks and The Locker Room, the sex-positive in Colorado Springs continue to carve out some turf in…
  • City Council seeks volunteer food policy advisors City Council seeks volunteer food policy advisors
    Around the state and country, food and agriculture coalitions are growing, fueled by concerned citizens who seek to influence matters at their local level. …
  • Lots of news for cyclists Lots of news for cyclists
    The sun has come out of hibernation, and most cyclists are eager to get back in the saddle. But there are a couple good…
  • Netflix Picks: <i>A Fantastic Fear of Everything</i> Netflix Picks: A Fantastic Fear of Everything
    For its fixation on Victorian murderers and paranoia, writer/director Crispian Mills and co-director Chris Hopewell's 2012 film A Fantastic Fear of Everything is quite positive. Nobody…
  • A strong impression A strong impression
    After suffering a night of little sleep, I’ve been reminded of a long overdue thank you that needs to be extended. With no apparent…
  • Baby proof Baby proof
    Old people say to enjoy every moment you have with your babies while they’re young, because that time goes by in the blink of…
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  We've got the goods! Up to 75% off gift certificates for restaurants, salons, tattoos and more, from your friends at the Indy. Featured this week:
Eden Salon & Barber Shop- Half off $40 for hair services
  American Indoor Flea Market- $20 shopping spree for $10
  Ernie's Smokin' BBQ-50% off $10 for delicious hand rubbed BBQ
  The Spot Pawn Shop - 50% off $25 on store merchandise

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Re: So how much is a hospital worth? (Special Section)

Owen – Before worrying about anyone else's properties, Doug might consider getting his own properties in order....

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Re: City Council seeks volunteer food policy advisors (Special Section)

PacksA9 – Have to agree Staci. With our basic infrastructure priorities, why is council sticking their noses...

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Re: City Council seeks volunteer food policy advisors (Special Section)

Staci6 – Look at the streets. Do we need city government involved in the food chain?

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Reader Reviews

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    • Great food and people!

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    • Sidewalk's End Montessori is an absolutely fabulous school! The heart of every school is its…

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    • Didn't try the food, but I went with a friend just to split a pitcher…

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    • The food quality and the service is just not holding up to history of this…

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    • I was very impressed with this restaurant. I thought there food and service was first-rate…

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