The Westword.com blog shortcut, March 26 edition
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Today in Cafe Society: • Top Chef Hosea Rosenberg spreads the wealth. • Updated: Other stirring events, now that "Soup for the Soul" is cancelled. • Desperately seeking volunteers for the IACP conference in Denver. • Co-op grocery looking to open in Five Points. • The Rock N Soul Cafe is at a turning point. • No "Soup for the Soul" tonight. • Our Weekly Bread: Quiznos, yeah, Quiznos. • Udi's Granola puts Stephen Colbert on notice. • Veggie Girl: City, O' City.
Today in Backbeat Online: • Jazz Fest Denver at Dazzle. • Tool, Widespread Panic and the Fray headlining Mile High Music Festival. • Musicians supporting the people of embattled Gaza. • A useless apology to the Pirate Signal.
Today in The Latest Word: • Bill O'Reilly on Ward Churchill: The ego has landed. • The media trail left behind by John Katehis, accused of murdering ex-Denver radio host George Weber. • State senator Morgan Carroll's blog: Even feistier than advertised. • If you're looking to build an office building, read this blog. • How to save newspapers -- once more with feeling! Hum a few bars, and we can fake it.
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