• Issue of
  • May 17-23, 2001
  • Vol. 9, No. 20
  • World Class


  • Local News
  • Battle in Skyway

    A Skyway woman is taking steps to sue a new neighbor because of her day-care operation and the neighborhood association that is allowing the business to continue.
  • Local News
  • Patients' Bill of Rights dies

    The Patients Bill of Rights, which would have given consumers the right to sue their HMOs for negligent denial of doctor-recommended medical treatment, was killed on a straight party-line vote, with all seven Republicans on the committee opposing it and all five Democrats in support.


  • Letters

    Readers of the Independent talk back to the editor
  • Insight
  • Insight

    Our weekly photographic feature
  • IQ: The playing field
  • IQ
  • IQ: The playing field

    Let's hear it for the sporting kind. It wasn't very long ago that "women's sports" essentially meant figure skating, tennis and volleyball, with a brief flare-up of interest each Olympic year in gymnastics, swimming and track.
  • Outsider

    The city just threw away a few hundred thousand of your money Sunday before last, when City Manager Jim Mullen ordered the demolition of the historic Udick Building, a 1920s-era bowstring truss building just north of the old City Hall.
  • Public Eye

    The Indys own Owen Perkins snags the first foul ball cleanly caught in the press box at Coors Field in its five-plus years; the Rocky Mountain News drops the big one on Speaker of the House Doug Dean; and local gun guy Bernie Herpin gets his knickers in a bunch.

Food & Drink

  • Holy Cannoli
  • Dining Reviews
  • Holy Cannoli

    The Palermo Bakery is sensory overload at its finest: rolls, pastries, big cakes, little cakes, tarts, cannoli, chocolate dipped cannoli, tiramisu, braided cookies, frosted cookies, more cookies, foccacia
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  • Playing Around: Ja Rule
  • Concerts
  • Playing Around: Ja Rule

    Perhaps its not the best concert to take your little sister to, but still, the Ja Rule and Trick Daddy concert at the City Auditorium this weekend will be a tasty, eloquent dose of reality right here in the shadow of America's mountain.


  • Film
  • Movie Picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films showing on Colorado Springs area screens.


  • Sports
  • Events
  • Sports

    The Sophomore Surge
    2000 Rookie of the Year debuts at PPIR this weekend

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