The 88 Drive-in snackbar menu abounds with goodies and treats. There’s a large selection of traditional movie staples like popcorn, fountain drinks and candy. Customers can also order hamburgers, fresh-baked soft pretzels, funnel cake, pizza, and more!
Want to know if dogs are allowed? Questions about bringing outside chairs? Wondering what the rules are on outside food? Find answers to your questions at the 88 Drive-in FAQ page. (Yes, you can bring a dog, but the dog must stay on a leash!)
Permanent tax refund override Proposition CC debated in Colorado Springs
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO – Colorado House Speaker K.C. Becker and Colorado Rising Action Executive Director Michael Fields debated the pros and cons of Proposition CC at El Pomar’s Penrose House Tuesday afternoon.
Proposition CC, if approved by voters in November, would permanently forfeit all Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR) refunds owed to taxpayers by the state for overcollection of taxes.
Caldara: Polis press office gets all Trumpy with local media
Jared Polis never struck me as the kind of guy who would try to intimidate news outlets into not running a story. But the people he’s hired are a reflection on him. And they’ve been acting just like Trump when it comes to the press..
More out of state money rolls in to support Proposition CC; over $350K from NYC-based group
DENVER — A New York City-based organization has doubled down on getting involved in Colorado’s election this year.
More specifically, Education Reform Now Advocacy (ERNA), which initially sent the “Coloradans for Prosperity aka Yes on Prop CC” campaign committee $100,000 to push a ballot effort to permanently eliminate tax refunds under the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR), sent another $352,000 to the campaign, according to a Major Contributors Report filed by Yes on CC Monday.