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The Westword.com blog shortcut, October 10 edition

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We've got so damn much new content today that as soon as I finish writing this blog, I'm taking the rest of the day off.

Backbeat Online brings you live reviews of Nick Warren at Beta, as well as a Rhinoceropolis gig featuring BDRMPPL and Pictureplane, joined by Josephine and the Mousepeople, Gangi and Rainbow Arabia; a Q&A with Deerhoof's Satomi Matsuzaki; and our regular Friday Rap-Up. Put your hands in the air, and wave 'em like you want to share.

Also of note: late-breaking items from yesterday, including a new installment of Mile High Makeout; John Common's latest Scratch and Dent Sale; and a look at the new P-Nuckle video. Deal with it.

Cafe Society is fully loaded, too. Read a Candy Girls review about Halloween munchables; details about the Bagali's Italian Kitchen opening in Broomfield; a Finlandia search for Denver's best bartenders; a report from the Great American Beer Festival; and cooking tips from James Carville. As far as we can tell, they're bipartisan. -- Michael Roberts

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