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  1. Ad responds to pastor down on LGBT citizensRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Colorado Springs Independent

    A quarter-page ad placed in the Gazette on April 19 from a Colorado Springs pastor calling on people to not be welcoming to LGBT citizens sparked a wave of opposition , and another Gazette ad on Sunday. The ad said, in part, "All of us should strive to live in a city where everyone, regardless of who they are, wants to live and raise a family.

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  2. The Broadmoor's stables project put on iceRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Colorado Springs Independent

    Neighbors opposed to The Broadmoor 's plan to operate horseback rides through Bear Creek Regional Park were thrilled over the weekend to learn the resort is backing away from the plan. April 24, 2015 Mike Schultz Senior Planner Planning & Development Department/Land Use Review Division City of Colorado Springs Via email: mdschultz@springsgov.com I want to thank you, Mike, and the City Planning Department for all your help with our efforts to develop an equestrian center on the property we own adjacent to Bear Creek Park, coupled with a Use Permit for the trails within the park itself.

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  3. Power Grid: When it's time to graduate from MonopolyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Colorado Springs Independent

    Imagine if Fred Astaire 's " Cheek to Cheek ," which charted back in 1935, were still constantly on the radio and you'd have some idea of how hobby board gamers feel about the knowledge that Monopoly - far surpassed in economic game design many times over in the decades since - still retains its spot as a top-selling game. Monopoly holds a great deal of mindshare among any family that knows what a board game is.

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  4. Photographing the Waldo Canyon FireRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Colorado Springs Independent

    We're heading into fire season and I want to share my story of photographing the Waldo Canyon Fire . I've photographed many wildfires in my time as a news photographer.

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  5. The cycle of loveRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | Colorado Springs Independent

    It's no secret that Colorado is an outdoor recreation state, and Colorado Springs an outdoor recreation city. Just look around; hikers, runners and cyclists abound.

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  6. See Floyd Tunson works May 1 during First FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Colorado Springs Independent

    This upcoming First Friday is shaping up to be a big one, per our recent blog on developments at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center , but also because it's a rare chance to see works by Floyd Tunson . Tunson, who doesn't show often in the Springs, was the man behind the FAC's fantastic 2012 exhibit Son of Pop .

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  7. Sen. Bennet knocks Gazette advertisementRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Colorado Springs Independent

    On Sunday, the Gazette ran an advertisement from the Friendship Assembly of God Church titled "DON'T CATER TO THE HOMOSEXUAL AGENDA." "It's time for common sense Americans to stand up and speak out against the Homosexual Agenda," the advertisement begins.

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  8. Medveds gain honorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Local business couple Jon and Becky Medved have been chosen to receive the 2015 University of Colorado Colorado Springs College of Business Lifetime Entrepreneurship Award at a May 8 campus luncheon. The couple has deep roots here and have been involved in a variety of business.

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  9. New marijuana social-media app debuts, and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Colorado Springs Independent

    A new social-media iTunes app wants all your pot posts to live on its network. Meet Duby , a Denver-based company there for your sharing needs.

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  10. Small win for local gamblersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Colorado Springs Independent

    A couple of decades ago, when the overbuilt and undertenanted Denver office market was at its nadir, a particularly daring entrepreneur announced a new downtown project. It seemed like utter folly - the developer had no tenants signed up and none on the horizon, and the downtown vacancy rate was over 30 percent.

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  11. 'Objective journalism' and the Gazette, the USOC, highway safety, and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Colorado Springs Independent

    To ensure a diversity of topics and viewpoints in print, the Independent gives priority to letters that are 300 words or fewer. We reserve the right to shorten longer letters, and to edit all letters for clarity and factual accuracy.

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  12. Storybook Brewing, Cy's Drive-In, Louie's PizzaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Colorado Springs Independent

    As a business, Cy's is older than most of you who'll read this, by far, so show some respect for that and the whole affordable, classic drive-in atmosphere. But not so much respect that you're unwilling to call it like you see it when it comes to the grub and overall experience - nostalgia and novelty only go so far.

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  13. Minute to win itRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Colorado Springs Independent

    This Sunday, eight high school students will be competing to be part of the Pikes Peak region's six-poet team at the Brave New Voices international youth poetry slam, happening in Atlanta in July. It's the first time Springs teens have competed at this level, but Susan Peiffer, curator and programming director for local poetry open mic and slam group Hear Here, says the team is on par with any of the international groups.

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  14. Seven Days to LiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Michelle Obama's #GimmeFive jam session at the White House Easter Egg Roll event earlier this month made a ton of headlines, and was one of the Let's Move blog's Top 5 moments from the day. But another Top 5 moment included Denverite DJ Cavem and his wife Alkemia Earth's "culinary concert" - think veggies, fruits, cooking demo mirrors, mics and laptops.

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  15. Bonds issued for Colorado College, GoCode teams advance, more money for homeless vets, and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 1 | Colorado Springs Independent

    The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs have awarded $615,859 to the state of Colorado - including $178,528 to Colorado Springs - to reduce veteran homelessness. The money will go to the HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing Program, which combines rental assistance with clinical services and case management.

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  16. Just do it ... betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 1 | Colorado Springs Independent

    On The Atlantic 's blog this week, writer Lee Drutman takes a stab at explaining just how powerful Corporate America has become politically in the last 40 years. He writes: "Today, the biggest companies have upwards of 100 lobbyists representing them, allowing them to be everywhere, all the time.

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  17. To be frank...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 1 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Asked about her service, Jan Martin pulls out a battered business card - the one she's carried since running for City Council in 2007. "Vote for Jan Martin," it reads, "because Jan can reach beyond the status quo invigorate economic development promote civic engagement advocate for our arts and culture."

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  18. This just in: left-lane driver offendedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Plucked from the letters to the editor stack this week, we have a local citizen saddened by our assertion that many Colorado Springs drivers are clueless. That assertion came in our April 1 Insider Guide as part of our Characters of Colorado Springs , where one such character depicted is the left-lane driver.

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  19. Makepeace: Remove the lock on the mayor's officeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Today, two new and one returning City Council members took the oath of office at the City Auditorium, and the event drew quite a crowd. Tom Strand and Bill Murray were sworn in, along with incumbent Merv Bennett, who will serve as Council president.

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  20. An Indy resolution honoring our local computer killerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Colorado Springs Independent

    A RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION AND DEEP EMPATHY TO 37-YEAR-OLD LOCAL CITIZEN LUCAS HINCH. WHEREAS, Lucas Hinch fired eight gun shots into his personal computer on Monday night; and WHEREAS, police spokesman Lt.

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