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Run Run Run, Nightshark, and Elected Officials: Fliers of the Week for the week of September 19, 2011

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Every week, in an effort to pay tribute to those dedicated to the time tested way of promoting shows by hanging up posters, we make our way around the Mile High City to take a gander at all the eye candy affixed to light posts and such. Here are the fliers we spotted this week on our trip through the city. If there's a flier you think deserves to be included here, break out your camera phone, fire off a shot and send it to us -- and be sure to tell us where you saw it.

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