• Issue Archive for
  • Nov 8-14, 2001
  • Vol. 9, No. 45
  • She

News

Columns

  • Letters

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

    Now that we have a new government agency, dubbed with the comforting title "Office of Homeland Security," Im wondering what that term, homeland security, really means.
  • Peak Experience
  • Peak Experience

    Urban Peak shows local homeless youth the way off the streets
  • IQ: Afghanistan and anthrax
  • IQ: Afghanistan and anthrax

    Afghanistan and anthrax are dominating the headlines, but we are starting to refocus equally on the news of our own back yards.
  • Note from the Publisher

    Early this year staff members at the Independent brainstormed about what unique role we could play to help make Colorado Springs a better place to work, play and raise families. Out of these discussions, the Independence Community Fund emerged and, after hours of review, our community board selected the following nine non-profits as our inaugural recipients.
  • Outsider

    So rather than analyze the latest dreary election, let's honor a couple of wonderful old guys with close Colorado Springs ties, one recently deceased, and one still with us.
  • Public Eye

    Enough is enough. Since 1998, nine inmates have died while incarcerated in El Paso County jails.

Food & Drink

Music

  • Playing Around: Faun Fables
  • Playing Around: Faun Fables

    The ethereal duo of sylvan singer Dawn McCarthy and her guitarist-lover Nils Frykdahl places their physical home near the San Francisco Bay, but their folk melodies are wrung from somewhere ancient, heavily treed and cloaked in grey mist.
  • Playlist
  • Playlist

    Reviews of new work from Kaija Saariaho, Jonathan Richman and violinist Christoph Poppen

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.
  • Power Cliché
  • Power Cliché

    This years offering from David Mamet, Heist, is in step with his best work.
  • Monstropolicious

    Monsters, Inc. has a lot to recommend it. There's a ton of tongue-in-cheek humor, and frame after frame is packed with pop cultural references, sight gags and just plain cool action. The writers clearly went to town.

Visual Arts

Stage

Calendar


All content © Copyright 2014, The Colorado Springs Independent   |   Website powered by Foundation