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The Westword.com blog shortcut, November 3 edition

Jack Black posing with a photo of Tenacious D after a press conference at the Fillmore Auditorium this afternoon.

Fall back on the following blogs.

Today in Backbeat Online:Tenacious D and the Beastie Boys want you to get off your asses and vote. • Patrick Park and Andy Butler discuss their early days in Denver. • A live review of TV on the Radio at the Ogden Theatre. • DeVotchKa's "How It Ends" gets licensed... again.

Today in Cafe Society:The losing drink at Brooklyn's. • A Milking It review of Boo Berry cereal. • Jason Sheehan on sci-fi food promises that remain unfulfilled. • Gordo's moves to a new location.

Today in The Latest Word:Are long waits for early voting on Friday a preview of tomorrow's election?Why it was more fun to watch Zac Efron than the Broncos this weekend. • Two Halloweenie slideshows featuring costumed pleasure-seekers aplenty. • Face the State expands its radio presence. • National Public Radio finds the prototypical small town right here in Colorado. Aren't we special? -- Michael Roberts

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