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Huckabee, Stock Show Style, Graffiti and Various Other Treats

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We know you're busy. So we've compiled this list of the essential stuff you might have missed, or might want to see again, from this week at blogs.westword.com. Enjoy.

This slide show offers up some essential do's and don't's of Western wear from the National Western Stock Show parade.

We caught up with a traveling documentary roadshow tracing Jack Kerouac's On The Road.

We were as surprised as anyone to learn that Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee once rocked Red Rocks.

We thought the split of former Governor Bill Owens from his wife Frances occasioned this trip down memory lane to compile all the strange rumors that surrounded the couple's marital strife.

We took notice of some graffiti around Denver in this blog, and this one, and this slide show.

We honored Douglas Bruce with our second Shmuck of the Week award.

Our new blogger records his experiences riding the 15.

We remember the great Nick Pomeroy.

And we went to a couple of shows that we liked to varying degrees. Read those reviews here and here.

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