• Issue of
  • Jul 9-15, 2009
  • Vol. 17, No. 28
  • Kitchen Consequential
Digital Edition


  • Housing crunched
  • Housing crunched

    Incoming soldiers won't bolster local market, as many new arrivals are in no position to buy
  • Long story short

    When Paragon Culinary School's Victor Matthews invited me to observe his second graduating class' Extreme Practical series, he called it "hard-core madness."


  • Letters

    Park grass, drone operators, strange headline, Robin Hood, surgeons and more.
  • Advice Goddess

    He only watched porn in his "younger days" — like last week, when he was approximately five days younger. And then he got "bored and curious," as in, "Yawn ... I wonder what really enormous fake breasts look like."
  • IQ: Home on the range
  • IQ: Home on the range

    Most of us have probably fantasized about being a primo cook, cooking for a living, or sharing the rent with someone who lives to cook. Most of us are still fantasizing.

Food & Drink

  • Side Dish

    Gaspare's, Pueblo's miracle fruit, Margarita at Pine Creek and more.


  • Big gigs

    Upcoming concerts here and around the region.
  • Reverb
  • Reverb

    In what could easily be the biggest news to hit the metal scene since Dimebag bit the bullet, literally, local metal band Malakai is black! I mean Malakai is back! Back in black!


  • Movie Picks
  • Movie Picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films playing around the area.
  • Cinefiles
  • Cinefiles

    Knowing; Header; They Call Me Bruce?: 25th Anniversary Edition; The Girls Next Door: Season Five
  • Solo duets
  • Solo duets

    CC dance grad Sara Joel returns for gala performance — nine months pregnant


  • Get Involved

    Teach English, ride for diabetes, Colorado Latino Forum.

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