Join us as we see the sights, and sites, at several other exotic Westword blogs.
Backbeat Online boasts a bunch o' over-the-weekend reviews featuring Hot White (pictured) opening for Mae Shi, plus Mustangs and Madras and The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band. The Cat's Pajamas introduces us to local designer Kelli Modica. In Cafe Society, sample a spoonful of Kung Fu Panda Crunchers cereal and heap praise on an A&W Restaurant that specializes in tasty beverages and Biblical scripture. And Demver offers up Patricia Calhoun's observations about the scheduling of Barack Obama's acceptance speech at Invesco Field at Mile High and introduces you to the people of the Virgin Islands courtesy of Kenny Be's Delegating Denver series. Are you experienced? They are... -- Michael Roberts
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