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  1. Chamber Orchestra of the Springs season kick off, and a Philharmonic ensemble on the horizonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 30 | Colorado Springs Independent

    This edition, which is to be held Sunday, Sept. 10, will feature organists Eric Wicks, Joseph Galema and Deke Polifka performing works by some composers who aren't quite the typical household names.

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  2. Stormwater "vote yes" group ready to campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 30 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Opposition, meantime, appears to be vested in well-known anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce. He'll argue the fee is a thinly veiled tax that's illegal and unfair - illegal because the fee isn't connected to service actually rendered, and unfair because it's a "bait and switch" that promises to fix drainage control when it actually will be used to hire more cops and firefighters.

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  3. Whiskey Kate finds her voice after losing nearly everythingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 30 | Colorado Springs Independent

    The Colorado Springs singer-songwriter, who now records and performs as Whiskey Kate, appeared to be on the fast track to country-music success prior to the three-car collision that derailed her career back in 2016. The accident resulted in a traumatic brain injury, which, combined with the case of chronic Lyme disease she'd contracted five years earlier, left her unable to sing, play guitar, or otherwise function in a normal capacity.

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  4. Studio A64 opens café with CBD-infused menuRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 30 | Colorado Springs Independent

    In 2015, it came under new ownership as Ambur Racek and Wanda Stark took the reins. More recently, A64 was one of a handful of establishments that reluctantly signed up for the city's new "Marijuana Consumption Club" license that prohibits remuneration for cannabis, cutting off their business model's primary revenue stream.

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  5. Recent stunts suggest anti-"alt-left" propaganda campaign just got localRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 30 | Colorado Springs Independent

    That was Colorado Springs City Councilor Andy Pico's warning to the vandals responsible for over $80,000 in damage to the snazzy new John Venezia Community Park in Briargate before Council voted, near unanimously, to spend $450,000 on added security, including cameras, at the park. As of press time, the Colorado Springs Police Department hasn't identified any suspect in connection with the criminal activity that plagued the park all summer.

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  6. City says it's making an effort to coordinate road closuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 30 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Stuck. Going nowhere. Piled in a long line of cars. In the past two years, with the help of $50 million a year from the voter-approved 2C sales tax for roads, cone zones have become the norm in Colorado Springs.

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  7. Doug Lamborn's toughest test yet?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 30 | Colorado Springs Independent

    So it is for me now with the developing race for our region's seat in Congress. Once again, much-scorned U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn faces opposition in his path toward another term in the House representing Colorado's Fifth District.

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  8. National Cybersecurity Center loses its CEORead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 29 | Colorado Springs Independent

    After existing for only a year or so, the National Cybersecurity Center is losing its cyber czar. Tuesday, The center announced in a news release that CEO Ed Rios has resigned to focus on his business interests.

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  9. Springs's road program shows good progress, mayor saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 28 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Mayor John Suthers held a news conference Monday to report to the community progress under his tax increase for roads approved by voters in November 2015. Here's the update from city communications: 2C concrete and paving operations are on-time and under budget as crews pass the halfway mark for the 2017 paving season.

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  10. Strand plans a bid for GOP nomination in Congressional District 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Colorado Springs Independent

    The race for the Republican nomination in Congressional District 5 will soon widen. Colorado Springs City Councilor Tom Strand tells the Independent he'll announce his candidacy in late September.

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  11. What lies ahead in EPA's lawsuit against Colorado Springs?Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Colorado Springs Independent

    This channel moves water from the neighborhoods north and east of Austin Bluffs Parkway and Academy Boulevard and meets up with Templeton Gap Floodway at Union Boulevard. Trees growing through the concrete pretty much guarantee the concrete won't hold up for long.

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  12. Economic impact of Colorado tourism growsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Website visits regarding Colorado tourism are down, as are the number of visitor guides requested and distributed.

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  13. CSWorks receives grant to help mitigate youth recidivismRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Since that part of the brain weighs consequences to actions, that means that teens do not always exercise sound judgment. This looks different for white youth suffering from "affluenza" - a defense that blames a teen's crimes on their wealth and privilege - than it does for minority youth.

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  14. Monsters of Madness implodes, but Sizzlefest is a goRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Everybody loves a clown: Mastodon's new frontman will make his live debut at this year's High Elevation Rock Festival. he summer may be gearing down somewhat - at least according to the calendar, if not the weather itself - but there are still plenty of festival opportunities for those itching for outdoor music experiences.

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  15. An evening with Ken Burns and the The Vietnam WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Colorado Springs Independent

    But with current events and political divisiveness recalling so much of that dark time in our collective history, there's a new relevance to re-examining the war from all angles and considering our history as a nation and as individuals. Ken Burns, world-famous director of The Civil War , The Roosevelts and many more award-winning documentaries, said of his upcoming 18-hour film series The Vietnam War : "This film is not an answer, but a set of questions about what happened."

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  16. At Painter's Pot, budding creatives find cannabis and communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Painter's Pot functions as a private, participatory art studio that provides a 4/20-friendly environment for painting. That means exactly what it sounds like: Smoking cannabis is not only allowed, but encouraged, while expressing yourself with paint at the discreet studio located at 3720 Constitution Ave. Founder and owner Teddi Roberts conceived of this unique canna-business model while at Painting With a Twist - a national franchise with five Colorado Springs locations that offers painting classes paired with full glasses of red wine.

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  17. Dylan Kelley built a pipe so tough that it survived the Black Forest FireRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Colorado Springs Independent

    The man had bought one of Kelley's very-difficult-to-destroy "inside out spoon pipes." While a little distorted, it was still usable.

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  18. TOPS celebrates 20 years protecting the outdoorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Together they created a ballot question for the Trails, Open Space and Parks dedicated 0.1 percent sales tax, otherwise known as TOPS. When it was first put to voters in 1995, the proposal failed.

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  19. Shayla Behrman on making it work as a single mom in the male-dominated field of glassblowingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Colorado Springs Independent

    At 27, she works full-time from her home studio in Pueblo, which she built from scratch. She's been blowing glass for only 31/2 years, but since it's how she supports herself and her child, she feels she's learned more in that time than most hobbyists typically do on a part-time basis.

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  20. Matt Zimmerman discusses bringing credibility to glassblowingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Colorado Springs Independent

    He's one of seven blowers for local company Elev8 Premier, which supplies hand-blown glassware to three stores in the area: Higher Elevations , Elev8 Glass shop , and The 7th Floor Vapes . Other dispensaries and glass shops in the Denver area also carry Elev8 Premier's products.

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