PHANTOM NEWS

FEBRUARY 1. 2017

Meet the Beer Yogis

“The meditative and focusing qualities of the practice help us to enjoy our beer more.”…

Meet the Beer Yogis
FEBRUARY 1. 2017

Smithsonian Hires Scholar to Document Brewing History

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has appointed Theresa McCulla as historian to oversee its American Brewing History Initiative. …

Smithsonian Hires Scholar to Document Brewing History
FEBRUARY 1. 2017

Scarlet Lane Announces Eirik Bloodaxe 2017 Launch

One of our most popular beers is being launched on Friday, February 3rd in the brewery Tap House located at 7724 Depot St., McCordsville, IN. The Tap House will open from 12PM to 10PM….

Scarlet Lane Announces Eirik Bloodaxe 2017 Launch
FEBRUARY 1. 2017

Studies show link between behavior and diet

You are what you eat

Do your eating habits affect whether you commit crimes? Some researchers say that’s possible following several studies in the field of nutrition and its impact on violence.…

Studies show link between behavior and diet
FEBRUARY 1. 2017

The resurgence of the radical left raises questions

Left turn ‘Stop escalating, you’re just making things worse!” one protester implored another outside the Upper Lodge on the campus of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. “[The…

The resurgence of the radical left raises questions
FEBRUARY 1. 2017

El Paso County inmates say new jail contractor serves inadequate food

Gruel and unusual If you’re looking to lose weight fast, you might try spending a couple of months at the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center. The food, apparently,…

El Paso County inmates say new jail contractor serves inadequate food
FEBRUARY 1. 2017

Palacio aspires for DNC chair

Rick Palacio, chair of the Colorado Democratic Party, is one of 10 seeking the vice chair position of the Democratic National Committee in the Feb. 25 vote at the…

Palacio aspires for DNC chair
FEBRUARY 1. 2017

Air Force Academy settles lawsuit with Military Religious Freedom Foundation

In what might be a first for the Academy. In what might be a first, the Air Force Academy has settled a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, and agreed…

Air Force Academy settles lawsuit with Military Religious Freedom Foundation
FEBRUARY 1. 2017

School food requirements tougher than some jails

The Spring’s largest school district takes us inside the program. School food has gotten a bad rap over the years, with some recalling hamburgers so hard they could serve…

School food requirements tougher than some jails
FEBRUARY 1. 2017

Lawsuit over contaminated downtown site heads to Colorado Supreme Court

Toxic legacy

On March 4, 2013, Kat Tudor stood in a parking lot in downtown Colorado Springs and got slapped in the face with dust from the lot next door. “I was covered with dirt and choking,” she recalled a few weeks later.…

Lawsuit over contaminated downtown site heads to Colorado Supreme Court