Over the Weekend: Tech N9NE raps, clothes swap, Boulder Cafe serves, lumberjacks party

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Another jam-packed weekend -- and Westworders were there to bring you all the action, courtesy of our Cafe Society, Backbeat Online and Show and Tell blogs, plus our slideshow page.

Look below to check out samples featuring Tech N9NE, a clothes swap, Boulder Cafe's happy hour and a lumberjack party that was busting out all over.

"Tech N9NE streaked through the Fillmore for the second installment of his Lost Cities tour and brought a slew of dance moves, rough toned vocals and ladies with bountiful breasts with him."

Read more in "Review: Tech N9ne and Strange Music at the Fillmore, 11/12/11."

"Inside, I found a beehive of activity, with dozens of women milling about tables and racks of clothes, ready to pounce on some prized hand-me-downs."

Read more in "And Then She Saved Clothing Swap a swapping success."

"To put it bluntly, the fondue was just flat-out gross. It had started to separate long before it hit our space at the bar, and the chicken sausage sat cold and congealed on the end of our plate."

Read more in "Non-stop happy hour at the Boulder Cafe isn't as good as it sounds."

"All Jacked Up was the theme of this year's Denver Lumberjack Party, scaled down from a crawl in year's past to a single-location blowout that went down Saturday, November 12, 2011 at the Gin Mill in LoDo."

See more in "Lumberjack party at the Gin Mill."

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More from our Over the Weekend archive: "Over the Weekend: Judas Priest rocks, SBTRKT adds up, Meatless Monday & Kegs for a Kause."

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