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Today in Cafe Society: • A Wynkoop Brewing Co. essay contest, timed to commemorate the joint's twentieth anniversary. • Oskar Blues' Obama-centric poster for Dale's Pale Ale. • A review of Las Tortas that finds the eatery to be muy authentico. • A women-only wine tasting at Rioja.
Today in Backbeat Online: • Rachel Pollard's Fascination Street, which takes a Cure-centric view of tonight's presidential debate. • A Q&A with Tammy Ealom, who fronts Backbeat profile subject Dressy Bessy. • An archival look at Westword's very first Dressy Bessy feature, from 1998.
Today in The Latest Word: • Joe Tone's smackdown of nine-year-old "girl talk" author Alec Greven. • An entertaining Q&A with author (and voice of The Incredibles' Violet Parr!) Sarah Vowell. • An early take on W., Oliver Stone's George W. Bush biopic. • A behind-the-scenes look at supporters of Amendment 47. • Our choices for the ten-worst graffiti crew names in Denver. Say it, don't spray it. -- Michael Roberts
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