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Today in Backbeat Online:Over the Weekend: Vendetta Festival. • Beer today, gone tomorrow: Synthetic Elements shoot new video at LoDos. • Katie Herzig and Frito-Lay are evidently Made for Each Other. • The String Cheese Incident readies Trick or Treat in time for Halloween release. • Endotrend Q&A with Jeremy Gregory of Bands For Lands.

Today in Cafe Society:What's cooking? Pete Marczyk kisses up to sticky lips chicken. • Behind the Bar with Bryan Dayton of Frasca Food & Wine. • America's Most Wanted: The criminal cereal-mascot edition. • Tonight: Beer pairing dinner at Second Home Kitchen & Bar. • Mangiamo Pronto! could be opening pronto.

Today in The Latest Word:Aaron Thompson conviction legal magic trick. • The seven worst blown calls in baseball history. • Peter Boyles talks about the new birther billboards. • Boulder DA Stan Garnett and medical-marijuana advocates: Together again. • Calling all potential pot reviewers: Westword wants you! Hope it makes you feel better.

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