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  • Jan 16-22, 2003
  • Vol. 11, No. 3
  • Death Behind Bars

News

  • Power Play
  • Power Play

    Proposal by Springs lawmaker would eliminate eviction court hearings

Columns

  • Letters

    Readers of the Independent talk back to the editor
  • IQ: Living on thin air
  • IQ: Living on thin air

    Colorado's one of the most affluent states in the country, yet we're last or almost-last in funding for the arts, for education and for drug rehabilitation treatment -- even while our prisons are bursting at the seams with drug offenders. Is our tax money going to where it's needed most?
  • Livelong Days
  • Livelong Days

    What's happening this week in the big city-- highlights from our listings.
  • Odd Fellows
  • Odd Fellows

    Sangre de Cristo Arts Center brings a masterpiece to Pueblo with a stroke of curatorial genius
  • Keeping up with Ken Burnley

    It's been less than two years since Kenneth Burnley went home to Detroit to fix the nation's failing ninth-largest school system.

Food & Drink

Music

  • Playing Around
  • Playing Around

    You know what Oh My God do? They make weird sounds. Sounds that sound like electroclash-meets-grunge sounds.

Film

  • Movie Times

    What's playing, where, and when, on the silver screen in Colorado Springs.
  • Performance Anxiety
  • Performance Anxiety

    For a film with no discernible purpose beyond genre experimentation and performance showcases, Narc is not a bad little movie. Nick Telli's (Jason Patric) is a guilt-ridden narcotics officer who botched an undercover assignment, accidentally shooting a pregnant woman and a bystander.
  • Lifting the Veil
  • Lifting the Veil

    With his debut directorial effort, Antwone Fisher, Denzel Washington has chosen to use his considerable Hollywood clout to expose a social ill that most people are aware of but rarely discuss.

Visual Arts

Stage

  • A Slice of Americana
  • A Slice of Americana

    Grace's Restaurant -- the setting for William Inge's Bus Stop -- specializes in homemade pies and epiphanies.

Books

  • Bluffing
  • Bluffing

    Though bold and thoughtful, Annie Proulx's latest novel promises more than it delivers

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