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  • Feb 18-24, 2010
  • Vol. 18, No. 7
  • What we'll lose
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  • Long story short

    When I heard that poorer Colorado Springs neighborhoods were forming a task force to save four community centers, my reaction was typical: I felt sorry for them.


  • Letters

    A fairy godmother for Springs arts, thoughts on urban renewal, an experience with the homeless and more.
  • Advice goddess

    When people ask, "So, how'd you two meet?" you don't want them guessing your answer will be something along the lines of "Standing next to each other at the urinal."
  • IQ: Parks and recommendations
  • IQ: Parks and recommendations

    With community centers staring at a March 31 fundraising deadline, members of Colorado Springs neighborhoods are scrambling to keep hope alive. And people are wondering what the predicament says about our city.

Food & Drink


  • Big gigs
  • Big gigs

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

    Imagine, if you will, a pack of ravenous, bloodthirsty zombies. Hundreds of them, scratching and clawing toward you with unrelenting, undead determination.


  • Movie picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films playing around the area.
  • Opening this week

    Preacher's Kid, Shutter Island, The Metropolitan Opera: Simon Boccanegra Encore and more.

Visual Arts



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