• Issue of
  • May 24-30, 2001
  • Vol. 9, No. 21
  • Notes From Underground

News

Columns

  • Letters

    Readers of the Independent talk back to the editor.
  • Insight
  • Insight

    A weekly photographic feature.
  • IQ: Notes from underground
  • IQ: Notes from underground

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

    It's payback time for the president's petroleum investment group (a.k.a. "campaign contributors"), and they'd like to see a little return on their investment.
  • Public Eye

    Remember hearing about how Bill Clinton and his merry men trashed, vandalized and otherwise debased the White House when the torched was passed to Dubya and his keepers? Conservative pundits and national media stars had a field day. Too bad for them it wasnt true.

Food & Drink

  • Asian Fusion
  • Asian Fusion

    Genghis Khan combines Japanese, Chinese and Korean cuisines in an underground dining room

Music

Culture

  • Sleepwalking

    So little actually happens in this sometimes mesmerizing, sometimes boring little movie that it's hard to recall many specific scenes. a review of Angel Eyes
  • Drawn to Scale
  • Drawn to Scale

    Except for the casting of Aussie leading-man Sam Neill, The Dish plays like a government-sponsored propaganda film to increase nationalistic pride as it shows Australia as a provincial country that did something significant, once, for the rest of the world.
  • Movie Picks
  • Movie Picks

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

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