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The Cat's Pajamas invites you to see what you missed at a lingerie party at the Chateaux Mansion. Judging by this photo, skin wasn't in short supply. Cafe Society samples Carelli's Ristorante Italiano in Boulder and previews chef Jennifer Jasinski's appearance on CBS's The Early Show. Demver updates the tale of protesting reporter-turned-librarian Carol Kreck. And Backbeat Online brings you a batch of 45-second reviews, word of local attorney Beth Patterson's appearance in Rolling Stone, and concert critiques of Yellow Fever and Thao Nguyen and the Get Down Stay Down. Good advice. -- Michael Roberts
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