What did you do this weekend? Perhaps you crossed paths with intrepid Westword scribes and photogs, who document their experiences at our slideshow page or Backbeat Online, Cafe Society and Show and Tell blogs.
Look below for samples from all four: the return of Judas Priest, a stop by SBTRKT, and info about Meatless Monday and Kegs for a Kause.
"Rob Halford and company have been at the heavy-metal game for almost forty years, and they put that craft on display with openers Thin Lizzy and Black Label Society on Saturday, November 5, 2011 at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colorado."
See more photos here: "Judas Priest at 1STBANK Center."
"Offering up a set of music that featured live drums and vocals and donning a ceremonial mask, SBTRKT thrilled the capacity crowd with standout cuts like 'Hold On,' which centered on the soulful vocals of Sampha."
"No one's saying you have to go meatless just because it's Monday -- but as an incentive to join the growing Meatless Monday movement, we're featuring an animal-free recipe each week."
Read more in "Shepherd's pie with tempeh satisfies on Meatless Monday."
"You like beer, right? How about bottomless beer? Or even better, bottomless beer for charity -- complete with a beer glass you can take home to commemorate your do-good, bottomless-beer escapade. It's all yours for the slurping at tonight's Kegs for a Kause, which starts at 6 p.m. at Renegade Brewing."
Read more in "Kegs for a Kause: Beer, here. And then some."
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More from our Over the Weekend archive: "Victorian fetishists ball, Trentemøller mashes, Russell's Smoke House bows, Aurora salutes."
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