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Today in Backbeat Online: • Hear Nathaniel Rateliff on Matt Pinfield's morning show. • Holy treasure trove of live local boots. • Mile High Makeout: Frontmen on the front lines. • The Blackout Pact is back, Jack! • Live review: Buzzards and Fanatics at Carioca Cafe. • Club 303 opens in old Polly Esther space, looks like a decent-enough place to get drunk.
Today in Cafe Society: • Adam Mali resurfaces at Nick's Cove. • Former Palomino going prime. • A Milking It review of Honey Bunches of Oats with Real Chocolate Clusters. • Update: McRib dominates me. • Diego Zhang's will blow your mind. As for the food...
Today in The Latest Word: • Thanks for nothing, highway crews and city snowplow drivers. • Offensive expert Josh McDaniels as new Broncos coach? WTF? • Is this D-week for the Rocky Mountain News? • Introducing Kenny Be's Yard Arteology. • Meet your match, Basil the beer-delivering robot: BaR2-D2. That does not compute. -- Michael Roberts
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