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  • Nov 2-8, 2000
  • Vol. 8, No. 44
  • Windows to the Soul

News

  • Community Outreach Film Screenings
  • Community Outreach Film Screenings

    The bad news is that, as of press time, all tickets to this year's RMWFF were sold out. The good news is that there'll be a series of screening held around town, all on Friday, Nov. 3.

Columns

  • Letters

    Readers of the Independent talk back to the editor.
  • The Perils of the Electoral College

    Gov. George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore are riding a roller coaster in the presidential contest, with first one in the lead, then the other. Even with Gov. Bush in the lead on the popular voter, some oddsmakers still give Gore the lead in the projected Electoral College vote.
  • Storied Ground
  • Storied Ground

    Decoding the rhetoric on the presidential politics of public land
  • IQ: The Silver Screen
  • IQ: The Silver Screen

    Everybody likes the movies. The boob tube -- and everything it implies -- might be evil, but the movies, they're magic. Casablanca? A classic. Charlie Chaplin? Hilarious! People who cast off film as trivial entertainment need to take another look, in a different light.
  • Outsider

    In a few days, it'll all be over. It'll either be President Al Gore (inventor, by the way, of the algorithm, without which computers would not exist), or President George W. Bush (let's call him "Incurious George").
  • Public Eye

    The anti-Amendment 24 campaign beseeches us to allow Habitat for Humanity to continue its work; Focus on the Family's ex-gay poster boy is no longer part of this weekend's "Love Won Out" conference; and more inane quotes from George W. Bush.

Music

  • The Playlist
  • The Playlist

    Reviews of And the Gods Made War by White Rabbit Cult and Life Is Still Sweet by White Hassle

Film

  • Movie Picks

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

    What's playing, where, and when, on the silver screen in Colorado Springs.
  • No Substitute for Real Fear
  • No Substitute for Real Fear

    For all of those people who thought The Blair Witch Project was a crappy horror movie, its tawdry little sequel is just the right antidote for explaining by example how great that first witch hunt was by comparison.
  • Cute Suffices

    If The Little Vampire doesn't have the coherence or overall interest to make it a great children's classic, well, it is sufficiently cute to compensate.

Visual Arts

Books

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