And now, without further adieu...
Today in Cafe Society: • A grand tax lien for the Grand Lux Cafe (pictured). • Le Central is even more affordable during happy hour. • Bad health reports, good pancakes at Children's Hospital. • Beer and Cheer takes the temperature of 2 Below Ale. • An official opening date for Root Down. • Another Noodle for Noodles & Company. • Wanted: A new tenant for the old Drift Inn. • Reuse your bags! • Video: Beer Nuts geeks geek out in Denver.
Today in Backbeat Online: • Mile High Makeout: New friends, take one. • Nuts and Berries show canceled. • Laura Goldhamer is a "Lion" sized talent. • Dave Herrera shares the playlist of last night's Mile High Fidelity, his new show on 101.5 FM.
Today in The Latest Word: • The best DIA conspiracy video ever! • The Daily Show dubs the Rocky Mountain News a "small newspaper." • The Rocky's Vince Carroll joins the Jared Polis fan club. • The lawsuit over the urban-explorer death at the abandoned Gates Rubber factory goes to trial. • Pirate radio station KBFR is back in Boulder. Avast, ye hearties. -- Michael Roberts
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