Like Taylor Swift's countersuit, Denver blogs come from behind.
Yesterday superstar Taylor Swift announced that she is countersuing the DJ who allegedly grabbed her ass backstage at a private meet-and-greet in Denver in June 2013. David Mueller had sued Swift earlier this year for losses he allegedly suffered after the the alleged butt- groping — including losing his job. But he who grabs ass laughs last.
As October 31 draws night, Cory Casciato, our resident zombie expert, served up his five favorite horror movies that are actually set close to or on Halloween. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
And cyclist Tom Flanagan, who died on Lookout Mountain in August, is remembered in bicycletimesmag.
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