The Westword.com blog shortcut, April 30 edition
May flowers on the way.
Today in Backbeat Online: • Danielle Ate the Sandwich (and became an internet phenomenon). • My Bloody Valentine at the Fillmore. • Dialed in: This week's local music radio playlists. • Mile Hi-Fidelity playlist -- 04.29.09. • Sound Bites: Quiet Company, Death Cab for Cutie, Peter Doherty, the Fratellis, the Life and Times and the View. • If this photo of Tupac is A) authentic and B) current, dude's got some 'splaining to do, Lucy. • Flier of the week: Houses at the hi-dive. • The Swayback singing into the same mikes Sinatra once used. • Bender's Tavern gets new owners. • B-Blacc goes the horror-flick route in new video. • Free tracks from local dubstep artist Alert.
Today in Cafe Society: • Dining Out For Life today. • Eat the pig! Particularly at the Berkshire! • Seeds of Change brings chocolate to Boulder. • Argyll opens today. • Swine flu name makes pig fans sick. • Update: Eat the pig! • Our Weekly Bread: Deluxe Club Sub at Lenny's. • Veggie Girl: Sputnik.
Today in The Latest Word: • Wake-Up Call: Andrew Speaker's no-fly zone. • Mark Cuban, come on down!: Advantage Denver in the Nuggets-Mavericks matchup. • Today is the last day to weigh in on Denver's dog parks... and Denver's dog poop. • Clear Channel Denver's Kris Olinger on layoffs, news-outsourcing plan. • Why did Coors Field buy the old Light Bulb Supply building? • Tonight at the Wynkoop: Author Andrew Nikiforuk reveals Canada's dirty oil secrets. Make sure and bring a squeegee.
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