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The Westword.com blog shortcut, May 5 edition

Potential is flowering.

Today in Cafe Society:Something's cooking in Summit County. • Cinco or swim today. • Drinking Goat at the Goat. • Frasca finally opens for lunch -- for two days only. • Denver's best female chefs wowed at Women Cook!

Today in Backbeat Online:Black Market Empire comes alive. • Moving Pictures: Jim McTurnan, Mike Marchant, Hawks of Paradise, Snake Rattle Rattle Snake, Angie Stevens and more.

Today in The Latest Word:Death-penalty bill: Politicos willing to raise taxes to keep the killing option open. • A big win for that cellphone-using idiot driving fifteen MPH under the speed limit. • As swine-flu fever rages, pig lovers are in the crosshairs. • Kenyon Martin's fine is fine by us. • Every day's John Denver day on YouTube. Take me home...

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