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  • Jul 19-25, 2001
  • Vol. 9, No. 29
  • Unlucky Strikes


  • Strike Zone

    Web sites loaded with lightning data, statistical trends and safety tips.


  • Letters

    Readers of the Independent talk back to the editor.
  • IQ: Sizzlin'
  • IQ: Sizzlin'

    Sit back, drink a lemonade and watch the fireworks light up the sky.
  • Outsider

    Colorado Springs! My ol hometown! Thank you, thank you, thank you! Our culture, our businesspeople, our preachers, our politicians, our philanthropists, our local big shots... It is, as Gen. Schwartzkopf might have put it, a target-rich environment.
  • Public Eye

    Just after City Council denied the southwest downtown urban development plan, Public Eye ran into Chuck Miller, who heads up the citys economic development office.

Food & Drink



  • Movie Picks
  • Movie Picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films showing on Colorado Springs area screens.
  • Gilded Affair

    Yet another adaptation of a Henry James novel, this his last and most difficult, this Merchant-Ivory adaptation of The Golden Bowl succeeds as a glittering period piece and as a well-told morality tale exploring marital infidelity and familial fidelity.
  • Heist Hoax
  • Heist Hoax

    The Score is the kind of movie that makes every movie fan in the world want to bemoan the state of American cinema.

Visual Arts

  • Under Glass
  • Under Glass

    Springs artist Jason Chase takes his refreshing vision to Boston
  • Jewel Tones

    One of the great things about being an observer of art in Colorado Springs is the fact that there are so many venues capable of putting on exhibitions of quality work.


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