• Issue of
  • Aug 31 - Sep 6, 2000
  • Vol. 8, No. 35
  • Bad Boys


  • Cover Side
  • Secrets to their success

    The knock-and-announce raid on Juanita McClintons house was one of an unknown number that are executed every year in Colorado Springs.


  • Your Turn
  • For love of karaoke

    Remember stage fright? The pathological fear of public speaking that reduces you to tears anytime you are forced to talk before a gathering of two or more? their stage fright of junior high days via liquid courage.
  • Letters

    Readers of the Independent talk back to the editor.
  • Kim Johnson
  • Small Talk
  • Kim Johnson

    Professional freelance artist and certified Monart drawing instructor
  • Public Eye
  • Public Eye

    Alas, some "real news" concerning Harrison District 2 School Board President Henry W. Blackwell, Sr.; the Colorado Springs Police flaunts their leather at PrideFest; and George W. Bush competes with Dan Quayle.
  • Outsider

    A look back to a time when one turned to the local newspaper to read of the have left their mark.
  • IQ: Good cop, bad cop
  • IQ
  • IQ: Good cop, bad cop

    Because of a few isolated incidences of violence by cops in big cities like New York and Philadelphia lately, police forces have had to start spending a lot more money on public relations people.

Food & Drink

  • Sunday, bloody Sunday
  • Food News
  • Sunday, bloody Sunday

    Everyone likes to play bartender, and in honor of this The Townhouse Lounge will do everything short of granting you a bartenders license at their new Bloody Mary bar.
  • Tags:


  • Playing Around: The Manhattans
  • Concerts
  • Playing Around: The Manhattans

    This week we highlight The Manhattans, the quintet of soulful vocalists whose sound is defined by a kind of "progressive doo-wop"; who will be performing at Club Variety, 1026 Maxwell St., Sat.-Sun., Sept. 2-3. Call 392-0111 for ticket information.


  • Their Kingdom For a Laugh
  • Film
  • Their Kingdom For a Laugh

    The Original Kings of Comedy, directed by Spike Lee who documents the highest grossing comedy tour in history, is the best live performance film in memory.


Special Issues

Browse by Year

All content © Copyright 2017, The Colorado Springs Independent

Website powered by Foundation