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Today in Backbeat Online: • Q&A with John Eriksson of Peter Bjorn and John. • Last Night: Prog Nation at the Buell. • Beyond Playlist: Church of Misery and more. • Gregory Alan Isakov slated to tour with Ani DiFranco. • Keeping up with the Johnsons. • Download Arliss Nancy's new disc for free.
Today in The Latest Word: • Channel 31 stars go from anchors to skank-ers. • Is Tom Martino afraid of Adam Cayton-Holland? • Face the State's website goes on autopilot during restructuring. • Former Channel 7 news director turns heads over alleged Facebook-firing. • Kenny Be's 2008 DNC Dream Days: One Year Later. Those were the days. About five of them.
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