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  • Mar 18-24, 2010
  • Vol. 18, No. 11
  • Sex addiction
Digital Edition

News

  • Long Story Short

    Dr. Doug Weiss is no stranger to national media as president of the American Association for Sex Addiction Therapy. He's appeared on Oprah, Good Morning America and Dr. Phil to talk about his specialty, which is making news more and more these days.

Columns

  • Letters

    Support for Maketa, standing up for Pueblo, thoughts on Bennet and more.
  • Advice Goddess

    When people talk about marriage as a partnership, they mean two people making decisions together, not one person announcing to the other, "I'm going out for a cup of some other guy's sperm. Deal with it."

Food & Drink

Music

  • Big Gigs
  • Big Gigs

    Upcoming concerts here and around the region.
  • Playing Around

    Who's playing where, and when, at area venues for the next week.

Film

  • Movie Picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films playing around the area.

Stage

Calendar

Special Section

  • Neil Young: Not good music
  • Neil Young: Not good music

    Critics tend to universally adore Neil Young, but that hasn’t always been the case. Yesterday, while wandering around my beloved Rhapsody iPhone app, I came across a review of Neil Young’s After The Gold Rush album, which was released 40 years ago this summer. Considered by some to be the artist’s best album, it includes “Only Love Can Break Your Heart,” which was Young’s first American Top 40 single, and “Southern Man,” the song that got Lynyrd Skynyrd really mad at him. It’s kind of fun to go back and see how Rolling Stone trashed the album when it was first released.
  • Ice skate to save the community centers
  • Ice skate to save the community centers

    From the listings desk: Help out the city's threatened community centers by heading to Sertich Ice Center (1705 E. Pikes Peak Ave.) tomorrow between 7:15-9:15 p.m. for a benefit public skate. $4 buys admission and skate rental...

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