• Issue of
  • Feb 23 - Mar 1, 2006
  • Vol. 14, No. 8
  • Drink

News

  • No place called home
  • No place called home

    Six months after Katrina, evacuees in Colorado Springs and across the nation are still struggling to settle
  • Tour of duty
  • Tour of duty

    Paul Bremer, former top boss in Iraq, talks about the war and counters criticisms

Columns

  • Letters

    Readers of the Independent talk back to the editor
  • Your Turn

    Time for a national Mardi Gras
  • The Bar Scene
  • The Bar Scene

    We could use an institution like the English pub, a gathering spot for good fellowship and sapient colloquy (or "friendly talk"). Revel in the array of multifarious drinking establishments the Springs has to offer, using the Independent's second annual Drink guide, found in the center of this issue, for inspiration.
  • Outsider

    It's nut-cutting time
  • March of the neocons

    The only Republicans we can pretty safely eliminate from a possible bid for Joel Hefley's open seat in the United States Congress are Wayne Williams and Charles Wingate.

Food & Drink

Music

  • Big gigs

    Big-Name concerts from around region

Culture

  • Movie Picks
  • Movie Picks

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

Calendar

  • Seven Days
  • Seven Days

    What's happenin' this week in the big city -- highlights from our listings.

Special Issues

  • DRINK 2006
  • DRINK 2006

    The Independents guide to sippin, swiggin and swillin in the Springs
  • <b>DRINK 2006</b>
  • DRINK 2006

    The Independent's guide to sippin', swiggin' and swillin' in the Springs
  • Pour joys!
  • Pour joys!

    Wine tastings are plentiful for the experienced and newly curious alike
  • Nip tips
  • Nip tips

    Small-batch and single-barrel bourbons are big on taste

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