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  • Dec 30, 1999 - Jan 5, 2000
  • Vol. 7, No. 52

News

  • Comics 2000

    What with all the head swelling, breast beating, doom speaking and general hysteria surrounding Y2K, we decided to let our readers off the hook with a few good end-of-the-century laughs in our last edition of 1999. But due to the tricky issue of Web rights, the twenty fantabulous comics published in this week's issue will not appear on our on-line issue. If you're in the mood for a chuckle, we recommend you pick up a hard-copy version of the paper. We think you'll like what you see. Ed.
  • Who Can Forget the '90s?
  • Who Can Forget the '90s?

    Bill Clinton can't recall events in the Oval Office that would appear highly memorable. Bill Gates can't remember crucial e-mail messages he wrote about his company's strategy. Hootie and the Blowfish have released a third CD, plainly oblivious to the reception given their second. Yes, the '90s seem to be passing without. By next year, the decade is destined to be forgotten entirely. We're here to correct that oversight.

Columns

  • Tale of a Rocky Mountain Minnie Mouse

    In Disneyland, it is not important who is under the Mickey costume. Here in Crested Butte, a resort town sprinkled with pastel-painted storefronts and souvenir shops housed in refurbished log cabins, I sometimes feel the same holds true.

Music

Film

  • Movie Picks
  • Movie Picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films showing on Colorado Springs area screens.

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