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Today in Cafe Society:Twelverestaurant introduces its third menu. • Spice Boys to close shop, go all online. • A Milking It review of Blueberry Monster Crunch.

Today in Backbeat Online:A fresh start for Eric Eyl's Mile High Makeout.

Today in The Latest Word:The Rocky Mountain News jumps the gun on shared-helicopter story. • Michael Bennet was on the media's senate-pick radar all along. • The New York Times is worried about Ken Salazar's niceness. • The Denver Post confirms pension freezes, labor negotiations. • Fox 31's Ron Zappolo struggles to report the story of an elderly woman squeezing Dick. And you would, too. -- Michael Roberts

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