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From the Broncos to buying local, Denver will be busy this weekend

Denver residents have a lot on their plates this weekend, from shopping locally to cheering for the Broncos.

Westword's Show and Tell blog got us into the holiday gift-buying mood with a list of the ten best hipster shops in Denver; and seventeen suggestions for how to buy local.

The Mile High Report unloaded five bold predictions for this weekend's matchup between the Denver Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs.

And Denver Infill let us in on a light show at Union Station that has nothing to do with the holidays.

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