• Issue Archive for
  • Mar 4-10, 2010
  • Vol. 18, No. 9
  • Cheap pours
Digital Edition

News

  • Long story short
  • Long story short

    "Can you recommend a coffee drink?" "What bands play on Fridays?" "Do you like puppies?"

Columns

  • Advice goddess

    What separates the sex addicts from the porn addicts? Being rich enough to get the girls in 3-D.
  • IQ: Booze views
  • IQ: Booze views

    It's a staple at wedding receptions; birthday/retirement/anniversary parties; even youth events. (Why else would it be called a "Bar Mitzvah"?) Alcohol is a powerful force, whether you feel it's used for good or evil.
  • Letters

    Thoughts on Dobson, new target for progressives, saving the City Aud, down with the Advice Goddess and more.

Food & Drink

Music

  • Big Gigs
  • Big Gigs

    Upcoming concerts here and around the region.

Film

  • Movie Picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films playing around the area.

Visual Arts

Stage

Books

Calendar

Special Section

  • Places for homeless dwindling
  • Places for homeless dwindling

    According to a recent e-mail from Bob Holmes, it's getting tight at the C-C Boarding House. And based on our figures, that means our soon-to-be-ejected campers may not be able to find the help they need elsewhere.
  • 'Budget Cuts' opening

    At 5:30 p.m. Friday, Rubbish Gallery will open its latest show, Budget Cuts featuring The Lost City, a collaboration with the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center that Rubbish's Lorelei Beckstrom explains this way:
    Several months ago, [the FAC] asked if we'd be a satellite show for Conflict Resolution [the FAC's show]. They have basically asked each gallery to pick a subject relating to conflict and resolution. We thought about it — 'What are we all talking about right now?' — and that’s when we decided we would do a show called Budget Cuts.
  • Crazy Kramer knives
  • Crazy Kramer knives

    Bob Kramer is one of a hundred and twenty-two people in the world, and the only former chef, to have been certified in the U.S. as a Master Bladesmith. All good, right? For his latest knife, bid price — as of this writing — was $4,287.
  • Cheap pours
  • Cheap pours

    Welcome to the Indy's 2010 Drink Guide, a product that surely would have been more fun to produce had my co-hort Bryce Crawford and I actually sampled all "the goods" about which we were writing.
  • Happy hours
  • Happy hours

    We've endeavored to compile the happiest hours, most tempting temptations, and the answer to one of three questions we attempted to ask all of our city's sauce joints.
  • Restaurant happy hours
  • Restaurant happy hours

    In compiling a happy-hour listing for local bars, we felt it only fair to include a handful of restaurants that offer some pretty killer happy hours, too.
  • D'Vine idea
  • D'Vine idea

    This past fall, the leaders of Manitou Springs' D'Vine Wine pulled off what they considered a successful experiment in creating a raspberry pinot noir using Ute Indian spring water.
  • Wine bars
  • Wine bars

    Six outfits that market themselves on the strength of their wine.
  • Live music
  • Live music

    Think of this compilation as a teaser to a given week on the Springs' music stages.
  • Coffee and tea houses
  • Coffee and tea houses

    For the benefit of your caffeine intake, we spoke with all the local sit-down coffee shops we were able to reach and asked them to share a signature drink, and also the source of their product.

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