A bit of bad news for the detractors of the Denver Message Board, who have no doubt been doing the dance of joy in its absence, and uplifting news for those who have been experiencing severe withdrawals: The DMB is back. Well, it's about to be, anyhow. Sometime in the next week or so, Brice Hancock and his new partner, D. Scott Morris, who also plays guitar in the Flash Mob, will unveil a brand message board at a whole new address (DenverMusicBoard.com). Ladies and gentlemen, wait for the signal to unleash your vitriol. -- Dave Herrera
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