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Today in Cafe Society:Beerdrinker of the Year: A judge's tale. • Sexy Pizza's sexy facelift. • It's Denver Cupcake Week for Lovely Confections Bakery. • Room for one Pho. • Oodles of noodles and more news from Jet Entertainment. • Another round at Katie Mullen's. • A Milking It review of Jumbo Multi-Grain Krispies. They're big.

Today in Backbeat Online:Review: Two Cow Garage at 3 Kings Tavern. • Dialed In: This week's local-music radio playlists. • Animo making-of documentary debuts tomorrow. • DeVotchKa to open for David Byrne at Red Rocks. • Airborne Toxic Event show postponed.

Today in The Latest Word:Slumdog Millionaire's triumph also a victory for the Denver Film Festival. • Is it Peter Boyles, Peter Boils or Boil Peters?Boulder Police Chief Mark Beckner goes national with his pitch to lower the drinking age. • Kenny Be's Yard Arteology: Anarchitecture. • Rocky Mountain News' John Temple on whether or not this week will be "boxless." Get your mind out of the gutter.

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