Here's What to Give Trick-or-Treaters You'd Rather Beat With a Garden Hose

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Denver blog posts are more treat than trick.

At our Cafe Society blog, Jenn Wohletz highlights five of the best -- and worst -- new Halooween treats for 2014, including this "trifecta of terror" that you should give out "to all the neighborhood kids you would rather beat with a garden hose than see at your door on October 31."

Predominantly Orange's Sayre Bedinger thinks the Cardinals are overreacting to Julius Thomas's hit.

Colorado Pols accuses Cory Gardner of a "weasley flip-flop." If we're talking about Ron Weasley (or Fred and George), that could be a good thing.

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