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The Westword.com blog shortcut, April 20 edition

Smoke 'em if you've got 'em.

Today in Cafe Society:Smother love: Happy 100th, Stella Cordova. • Eat here now! Do good, eat well, smell stinky cheese. • Milking It: Banana Nut Cheerios. • Ask the Critic: The art of the Man Date. • Biker Jim now takes credit cards: This is why I love living in the future. • Mud bugs and beer at Lucile's.

Today in Backbeat Online:Green Day tour hits Denver in August. • Over the weekend: Iuengliss at the hi-dive. • Over the Weekend: Peña at the Rocket Room, Colorado Springs. • Bands for Lands wants to green the scene. • Kill Paradise lands recording deal. • My Morning Jacket top seller at Wax Trax. • Ween Red Rocks show announced. • Silversun Pickups grabs top spot at Twist & Shout. • Heavy Rotation, our top five spins for the week of April 20, 2009. • Dialed in: This week's local music radio playlists.

Today in The Latest Word:Live blog: The Angie Zapata trial, April 20. • Columbine tenth anniversary coverage: massive, well-intentioned, mostly unenlightening. • Randy Brown on the cancellation of today's Columbine-related Oprah broadcast. • Chris Paul: flop king. • On 4/20, the worst places to stash your stash. Turn it up to eleven.

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