• Issue Archive for
  • Jul 30 - Aug 5, 2009
  • Vol. 17, No. 31
  • Shift happens
Digital Edition

News

  • Ms. Money
  • Ms. Money

    Is Clemens bringing prosperity, or just dissension, to Manitou?
  • Long story short

    I read a book once. I'll never forget it: Page after page of clean black type on crisp white paper. A handsome, sturdy binding. Words, sentences, paragraphs — this one had it all.

Columns

  • Advice Goddess

    The guy really knows how to romance a woman — the kind you pull out of a bag and inflate.
  • Letters

    Latinos' lament, TABOR survey, abortion arguments, political squabbles and more.
  • IQ: Starting a new chapter
  • IQ: Starting a new chapter

    When you can access Harry Potter or Moby Dick on the same 6-inch Kindle, you know we've entered a new era in literature.

Food & Drink

  • Side Dish
  • Side Dish

    Stevie Ray's closes, Bristol brews in college classes, Woodland Park wine festival and more.

Music

  • Time out of mind
  • Time out of mind

    Charlie Parr talks Piedmont blues, monophonic recording and internal combustion cuisine
  • Big gigs
  • Big gigs

    Upcoming concerts here and around the region.
  • A different tenor
  • A different tenor

    Saxophonist Tony Exum Jr. spurs the Springs' R&B scene toward communal reform
  • Reverb
  • Reverb

    In a bit of rare local album news, Mike Stephens, of ATS/Loverleigh/Foxhole Prayers fame, is planning a tribute album to Colorado Springs' most almost-famous band ever, the Autono.

Film

  • Movie Picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films playing around the area.

Visual Arts

Books

  • Short Stories
  • Short Stories

    Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451: The Authorized Adaptation; The Magicians; The Whole Death Catalog: A Lively Guide to the Bitter End

Calendar

  • Get Involved

    Sustainable Technologies Conference & Expo, Run for Rwanda, North Cheyenne CaƱon park volunteers.

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