Hope you're hungry for an extra helping of blogs...
Today in Backbeat Online: • A live review of Marnie Stern, Gang Gang Dance, Pictureplane and Slight Harp at the Larimer Lounge. • A concert review of the Giraffes, who also appeared at the Larimer Lounge. • 12 Cents for Marvin marks a dozen years as a band by breaking up. • Paper Bird signs a new management deal. • NPR's All Songs Considered gives props to the Flobots.
Today in Cafe Society: • Greenwood Village's Landmark project earns a salute from the New York Times. • Tips for finding goose on Thanksgiving. • A Milking It review of Disney's Princess Fairytale Flakes. • Joe Tone pens an ode to two-meal days. • No scoffing at Denver's Escoffier dinner. • Tosh's may be making a comeback.
Today in The Latest Word: • Peter Boyles is still publicizing the Obama birth-certificate story. • Ex-Bronco John Lynch scoffs at a gubernatorial run. • A damning 60 Minutes report focuses on a Denver-area recycler. • 1 Mag Denver touts fashions at "Sacks Fifth Avenue." • "To concede or not to concede" is still a question for Marilyn Musgrave. • Ten words to replace "liberal" as a new GOP slur. Would you want to be called a "Welfairy"? -- Michael Roberts
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