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  • Nov 16-22, 2000
  • Vol. 8, No. 46
  • Pride and Prejudice

News

Columns

  • Letters

    Readers of the Independent talk back to the editor.
  • Garden Daze

    By this time of year most of my gardens look like my favorite gardening clothes frayed, tattered, floppy, soft and supremely comfortable.
  • IQ: Different Perspectives
  • IQ: Different Perspectives

    Everyone has a different outlook on life. And that, in this writer's humble opinion, is a wonderful thing. As far as the T-word, tolerance, we've barely scratched the surface. But there's hope that one day we can not only recognize but embrace the differences, ideas, opinions and cultures other than those within our own individual bubbles.
  • Outsider

    Lets examine the real consequences of retaining the Electoral College.
  • Public Eye

    Republicans retained every single one of the 13 seats in El Paso Countys delegation to the state Legislature, despite some very tight races; and the Law Enforcement Alliance of America praises both Cloer and Schulheis for their similar tough-on-crime stances.
  • Who's really being disenfranchised?

    The saccharin controversy over the TV networks' premature prediction of the presidential election is a clear acknowledgement that, as long as voters pay attention to the news media, the way those news media cover election campaigns has the potential to influence the outcome, not just to report on it.

Food & Drink

  • Grubbin' with Wayne
  • Grubbin' with Wayne

    The food at Wayne's Kitchen is made to get you through a hard day of liftin' that bale and totin' that barge, not to make a "presentation."

Music

  • The Playlist
  • The Playlist

    From Greg Browns ocean-deep vocal grumblings in Covenantto Nina Gordon's fairly forgettable first solo CD, we've got a play-by-play of albums you can tune in to.
  • Playing Around: Nina Gorden
  • Playing Around: Nina Gorden

    This week we highlight Nina Gordon, the latest femme fatale to be produced by Jon Brion, who will be performing at the Colorado Music Hall on Sunday.

Film

  • Movie Picks
  • 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.
  • Gotta Dance
  • Gotta Dance

    Billy Elliott manages to really shine through some tough spots with a combination of fine acting, terrific cinematography and a deep respect for the inner lives of the mute masculine characters.
  • Rocky Planet Picture Show
  • Rocky Planet Picture Show

    Red Planet is a mildly enjoyable excursion, though not particularly mind stretching or dramatically compelling.

Visual Arts

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