• Issue of
  • Feb 10-16, 2000
  • Vol. 8, No. 6
  • SEX


  • Q&A with Susie Bright

    Alternately worshipped and reviled by both the public and the media, Susie Bright is perhaps the best-known sex writer in America.


  • Letters

    Readers of the CS Independent talk back to the editor.
  • Domestic Bliss

    In the place where I spent my junior high years, during the time my body changed from prickly hickory stick to verdant magnolia blossom, sex permeated the air but was never spoken aloud, at least among girls.
  • IQ: Hot 'n' Wild
  • IQ: Hot 'n' Wild

    Humans think about sex -- what -- about every six seconds?
  • Outsider

    Intels move to Colorado Springs is good news, if you want to pretend that it's still 1991, and the area is desperate for jobs, for development, for investment of any kind. But it's 2000, and we're in the middle of a riproaring boom.
  • Public Eye

    Add it to the list of things you can count on: Death, taxes and state Sen. MaryAnne Tebedo saying things that come out sounding really, really peculiar.

Food & Drink



  • Movie Picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films showing on Colorado Springs area screens.
  • Life in the Slow Lane
  • Life in the Slow Lane

    In "The Straight Story," Director David Lynch has created a stunning, haunting and surprising film.

Visual Arts

  • Dynamic guitar duo: Separated at birth?

    Julian Gray and Ronald Pearl, a Baltimore-based classical guitar duo, have mastered the art of team playing, projecting both the image and reality of perfect synchronicity.


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