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Today in Backbeat Online: • Sebastien Tellier (pictured) talks about Sexuality in a naughy Q&A. • Oasis' Noel Gallagher gets the Q&A treatment, too. • Eric Eyl's Mile High Makeout gives a listen to Mike Marchant's campfire songs. • A look at photographer Peter Beste's black-metal valentines.
Today in Cafe Society: • Savoring Fat Sully's grand opening. • Is Ha Noi friend or pho? • The latest from Larimer Street, part one and part two. • Argonaut toasts its new store. • Now it's official: The Izakaya case is going to trial. • The sandwiches at Parsley defy the laws of physics.
Today in The Latest Word: • Melo on Young Hollywood, Chris Bosh on getting crushed by the Nuggets. • A CNN hero gets advice on rocking from a former Westworder. • Alan Prendergast writes about sex, blow and government secrecy. • Were photos of a grieving mom in the Post and the Rocky intrusive -- or great journalism? • An Ohio man is indicted for threatening to kill President Bush and bomb DIA. He also said he'd shoot himself in the airport ladies room. What a way to go. -- Michael Roberts
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