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  • Feb 8-14, 2001
  • Vol. 9, No. 6
  • Straight Shooters

News

  • Straight Shooters
  • Straight Shooters

    The White Rose Banquet brings together members of the Army of God, who proudly celebrate their commitment to violence in defense of the unborn

Columns

  • Letters

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

    This is the way growing up sounds.
  • IQ: Sweet Nothings
  • IQ: Sweet Nothings

    Every week, the Independent takes to the streets, in search of your opinion on the latest, breaking news.
  • Outsider

    A letter to the citizens of Colorado Springs, January 1, 2101
  • Public Eye

    Of more than 40 bills that will deal in some way with growth and sprawl in this years legislative session, the developers are supporting one that their lawyer wrote. Gee. Surprise, surprise.
  • Cheer up! The Environmental Party's Just Begun!

    I'm a bit of an oddity these days. While my environmental friends stumble around fretting and forlorn, wringing their hands in the wake of Little Bush's election, I'm happy. Chipper. Downright enthused and inspired, one might say.

Food & Drink

  • Lovestruck
  • Lovestruck

    Meals worth remembering are soon forgotten in the shadow of romance

Music

  • Playing Around: Egamufin
  • Playing Around: Egamufin

    I recently had the good fortune to spend a sunny Sunday morning with Egamufin in their subterranean practice space over in the ever-mellow Shooks Run neighborhood. Mellow, however, is not the word Id use to describe the big sound coming from the five-member band.

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.
  • Doom Revisited
  • Doom Revisited

    Jack Nicholson proves once again that he can do more than smirk and wax evil or neurotic in Sean Penn's dark tale of certain doom, The Pledge.
  • A Fine Hip-Hop
  • A Fine Hip-Hop

    Save the Last Dance is well-intentioned, well-crafted and well-acted, and if it doesn't exactly revolutionize race relations in the United States, it does a damn sight better than recent claptrap, The Legend of Bagger Vance.

Visual Arts

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