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The Westword.com blog shortcut, October 9 edition

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Hop in the saddle for today's blog roundup.

Cafe Society nibbles the turkey sandwich at Daphne's Deli, waves bye-bye to Aqua, stops by for a nosh at Thai Basil, and notes the Santa Fe Tequila Company's expansion to Littleton. Finally, Tyler Nemkov describes Whole Foods Market's "Secret Ingredients" videos as "food porn." Keep your hands on the table, where we can see them.

Over at Backbeat Online, get hip to Animo's new video and peruse a live review of A Place to Bury Strangers. Isn't the backyard the usual place? -- Michael Roberts

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