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There’s no doubt that local businesses, landlords and families are straining under the ongoing pandemic. It’s unlikely help from the federal government will come anytime soon — and certainly not in enough time to save many businesses, those on unemployment and those families struggling with …

Following a roller-coaster Election Week (it’s no longer accurate to call it Election Day and may not ever be again), it’s official: Come January, President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th commander in chief of the United States of America. Politically speaking, it’s a big swing…

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 The country is less than a month away from Election Day and chances are, no matter where you get your news, you’ve been told how divided our nation is — that there’s very little interest from the powers that be or the sides they lead in discussing commonalities. As we know, when it comes to…

October is Arts Month. In another time, we’d be going to museums, listening to live music, seeing plays at the Ent Center, Millibo Art Theatre or the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College. 

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is more than a meme. She’s more than a Saturday Night Live skit and more than a political pawn in the 2020 election.

While the screaming headlines of COVID, the upcoming election, the economy and international relations dominate the conversation and would seem to indicate that arts and culture are not currently an important force in our world, the truth is vastly different. Arts and culture are the touchst…

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On Monday, America blew past 6 million confirmed COVID-19 cases. Over 183,000 have died, almost 2,000 of them in Colorado. The scientists at John’s Hopkins University are tallying the carnage for us.

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We’ve heard the term “post-truth world” used to describe our current situation. It’s seen in the proliferation of “alternative facts” that make their way through social media; it’s been used to explain the outright lies told on cable news networks; and the term is particularly apt when it co…

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The issue: Colorado Springs must compete for U.S. Space Command. What we think: The region is primed to headquarter the military command. Tell us what you think: Send us an email at editorial@csbj.com. He didn’t say it, but we all know it’s true. The crowd at The Broadmoor World Arena — and vicariously, the community as a whole […]