Beginning this week, you may notice things look a bit different around here. We've updated our design for a cleaner feel and have moved a few things around.
The biggest change to our pages is the music section -- which we have consolidated and expanded (this week on page 50).
Jim Hightower's weekly High Life has been moved to our classified section (this week on page 68).
Ken Cleaver's hilarious Consumer Correspondent, which previously ran every other week, is now a weekly feature. Check it out this week on page 7.
We've also changed the names of a few of our weekly features. LiveLong Days is now 10 Days to Live -- and provides a 10-day shelf life for our picks of the best things going on in town (see page 24). Brownie Points, which provides ideas about community-minded happenings and volunteer happenings, is now called Take Action (on page 13).
We have also expanded our listings to showcase some more of the exciting things happening in the Pikes Peak region every week.
Finally, all of our comics will still appear every week. Instead of being grouped together, however, they will now run throughout our listings and classified sections.
-- Cara DeGette
Frigging priceless, dude.
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