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  • Dec 6-12, 2001
  • Vol. 9, No. 49
  • Cowboy Crossroads

News

Columns

  • Letters

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

    Approaching 50, Ive discovered that shedding fantasies eventually becomes natural.
  • Safe Haven
  • Safe Haven

    Court Care protects children from the harsh realities of the judicial system
  • IQ:  Civic leaders, sit up!
  • IQ: Civic leaders, sit up!

    Yes, yes. Colorado Springs is situated in a beautiful setting, with a pleasant climate. However, if you hunger for intellectual stimulation and a vital, genuinely vibrant cultural scene, we're falling far short of the mark.
  • Outsider

    Ambled down the street last Friday morning to attend the dedication of the new/old City Hall at the corner of Nevada Avenue and Kiowa Street.
  • Public Eye
  • Public Eye

    Redistricting can be heck on a guy. Just ask Bill Guman.
  • The Review

    If a job's worth doing, it's worth doing right
  • John Ashcroft: Then and Now

    John Ashcrofts stunning 180-degree turnabout begs the question: Why should we suddenly trust the federal government just because he's there?

Food & Drink

Music

  • Playing Around: Gerry Hundt and John-Alex Mason
  • Playing Around: Gerry Hundt and John-Alex Mason

    Listening to vocalist and guitar player John-Alex Mason and harmonica player Gerry Hundt, its surprising to realize that these deep, old Southern sounds are coming from two young white guys, one from Northern Illinois, and one from right here in River City.
  • Playlist
  • Playlist

    Reviews of There Is No Eye: Music For Photographs, Josh Groban, Insignificance and Sous Les Voutes, Le Serpent.

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.
  • Toothache
  • Toothache

    An off-kilter attempt at a noir whodunit, Novocaine turns out to be a distinctly mediocre vehicle for a distinctly better than middling cast.
  • Explosive Gymnastics

    Behind Enemy Lines is a glorified chase-and-rescue war movie that compensates for its cliché-wallowing tendencies with a blend of supercool spectacle and eye-popping attention to rapidly expanding minutiae.

Visual Arts

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