• Issue of
  • Nov 22-28, 2007
  • Vol. 15, No. 47
  • Fear fracture


  • Local News
  • Sweet and low

    Activists sugar-coat conservative agendas by talking about 'human' and 'civil' rights
  • Long Story Short

    It's undoubtedly safer to walk down many Colorado streets at night, given some people the state keeps locked away. Joelene Hartman does not seem to be one of those people.
  • Noted

    News briefs from the Front Range


  • End Zone
  • Falcons enjoy view from 9-3

    Troy Calhoun had dried out from the first Gatorade shower of his life, and now the Air Force head coach was trying to put the Falcons' season into proper perspective.
  • Letters

    Discussing everything from teen violence to taxes (of course).
  • Between The Lines
  • Council has right motives

    Is the City Council making some brilliant moves, or are our elected leaders going overboard in making deals that many constituents might not condone?
  • Hightower
  • Congressional betrayal

    If the Democratic leadership wonders why they score so low, they might whisper the name, Michael Mukasey.
  • Advice Goddess

    Hey, Doofus! With all those Big Biffys out there, she married you.
  • IQ
  • IQ

    The cons of our prison system.
  • Public Eye
  • It's a year-round problem

    Every year at this time, newspaper and television reports detail how many turkeys and pies and trimmings will be handed out to people who are hungry.

Food & Drink


  • Reverb
  • Reverb

    Music news and gossip


  • Cinefiles
  • Film
  • Cinefiles

    American Punks, Creature from the Hillbilly Lagoon, Legend of Seven Monks
  • Film
  • Movie Picks

    Our recommendations for films showing on Colorado Springs area screens.


  • Get Involved

    Take a stand against consumerism; NAACP forum on affirmative action; World AIDS Day Gala.
  • The Run Down

    Picks for Tchaikovsky and Battlestar Galactica lovers.

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