• Issue of
  • Jul 23-29, 2009
  • Vol. 17, No. 30
  • Tabor
Digital Edition

News

  • Circus story
  • Circus story

    As wannabes jockey for position, the local GOP still looks more big top than big tent
  • Long story short

    Where do movements come from? Do they need some kind of trigger event or person — such as Rosa Parks with civil rights — or can they gain strength and glide into the spotlight?

Columns

  • Letters

    Radio feedback, abortion and the poor, FREX frustration, health care rights and more.
  • Advice Goddess

    Sometimes a hairstyle is just a hairstyle and not a coded message: "L'Oreal, because I'm worth it. Short hair and bitten nails? Because you're not."
  • IQ: Civics lessen
  • IQ: Civics lessen

    About one in eight people in Colorado Springs are Latino. But in a typical week, the community they comprise finds itself just a bit player in the local news. How come?

Food & Drink

  • Side dish
  • Side dish

    Plate World Cuisine and Sweet Georgia Brown's closing, new BAC café opening, new menus and more.

Music

  • Big Gigs
  • Big Gigs

    Upcoming concerts here and around the region.

Culture

  • Movie Picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films playing around the area.
  • A mighty wind

    At Colorado College's Windrider Film Forum, viewers move from North Korea to the Midwest

Calendar

  • Get Involved

    Kicking It, Hawgs for Hounds Poker Run Fundraiser, Pikes Peak Restoration project

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