• Issue of
  • Jul 16-22, 2009
  • Vol. 17, No. 29
  • Dead Air
Digital Edition


  • Global lure
  • Local News
  • Global lure

    Foreign university wants to model national security program after UCCS division
  • Long Story Short

    As a kid in upstate New York, the closest thing I had to an iPhone was my beloved portable FM radio/cassette recorder.
  • Noted
  • Noted: D-49's finalist

    Also: Council delays ballot talk, USOC deal staggers on, Diversity Forum, county phones, stimulus money, Gazette ownership and more.


  • Letters

    City troubles, local leadership, noise intrusions, sharing wealth and more.
  • IQ: Radio nowhere
  • IQ
  • IQ: Radio nowhere

    Broadcast radio is sinking further into the wake of the shift to Internet and satellite radio. When we lose local stations and local DJs, do we lose an important part of our community?
  • Advice Goddess

    You dreamed of the wind on your face as you're speeding down the open road on a new Harley. You settled for a Hog parked in your living room, mowing through your groceries.

Food & Drink


  • » Cover Story - Interviews
  • Colorado Springs' Top 10

    Of the top 10 music stations here in our market, not a single one is locally owned. In fact, eight of the 10 are owned by Clear Channel communications and Citadel Broadcasting.
  • Reverb
  • Reverb

    It has come to my attention that many readers, in addition to having no idea what I am talking about, also have no idea when I am being sarcastic (about half the time) or not (usually the other half).


  • Film
  • Movie Picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films playing around the area.


  • Get Involved

    Clean Up Day at Fountain Creek, Action 22 Committee Summit and State of the State Luncheon, Childcare Advocacy Circle

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