I look forward to this issue every year, thanks Indy.
Oh boy thanks for pointing out the gay bars. I would have been really upset if I wandered in there with my wife.
this is embarassing for the city
what an embarassing list
Funny how CO Stoneworks got best of.... a company that fortifies the indulgance of illegal drug use, alcoholics and domestic violence... what an outstanding company who has ex-cons and employees with dui convictions and condone violence against women... i wouldn't want them onmy property... thank god for background checks and random drug testing... pretty sure more than half would fail a 'whiz quiz'...
In my opinion, Bluestar offers dishes that cater to a delicate palate in a casual dining atmosphere. A bit pricy but enjoyable meals that wont break you like more expensive options that will leave feeling hungry. I enjoy the chef specials from main dishes to desserts.
Most important to me is Jon's ethics. He suits up and shows up through thick and thin. Jon's a real family guy working not only to make a living, but also to make the community better. He is a great guy trying to make a go of it, has a baby on the way, so get out there and support his shop. God Bless you and Megan!
Thank you Rich for delivering our 2 minutes hate for today. Doug Bruce certainly fills in for the part of Emmanuel Goldstein rather well for your demented little circus. What would you do if not for Mr. Bruce? Surely you would have to create a Doug Bruce of your own to pillory and despise at every turn. Someone to blame every flaw and fault upon. Someone to point fingers at and bellow so the fanatical faithful need not look too close at the failures of your own side.
No comments in THIS? Maybe it's not sporting in some way. Shooting at drugged, tied down targets whose heads are superglued to the muzzle of the gun.
But think about it... If Bruce DOES wing the mayor's race... he'll be easy to find at least. Just look for the crowd of villagers with pitchforks and torches. Then look beyond that to any closet or restroom nearby. Open the door slightly, say "It's OK, Doug, they've left".
That would be cruel, but necessary.
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Envi is one of the coolest stores in the Springs! They deserve best Green store and then some. If you haven't been there yet- you're missing out!
As far as bands go I think you the independent should decide who is the best bands in the springs instead of basing it on a vote. Take the nominees and go a watch them and then decide.
JoJo much respect Cuz!!
YEah right! I'm sick of hearing how "great" the food at the Broadmoor is. It's sub par at BEST. For the reputation they have the food seems pretty blah.
Mel82, thanks for the note. We erroneously printed the phone number for the Wallahee Lounge (which has replaced Hooked on Hookah on Cheyenne Road). The Web site is now updated with the correct 886-7107 number.
Blue Star can't even touch restaurants like Walters Bistro, The Summit, The Penrose Room, Charles Court, The Cliff House Dining Room etc. Someone been busy stuffing the ballot box.
It's about time dj jojo got the spot he deserves! Way to go!! I'll do the paw-paw for you next time you come around~
Hooked on Hookah's phone number is 719-886-7107, the number on here is incorrect. If anyone has any questions give them a call! Congratulations Shady and Ramy!
I'll bet the guards at the Nazi Concentration Camps were real lovable guys too. Probably had families, friends and children. They weren't some kind of demons. But that doesn't mean they were in the right and that old excuse of "I was just following orders" don't cut it anymore.
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