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Today in Backbeat Online: -Over the weekend: Underground Music Showcase -Rabbit is a Sphere breaking up. -Rock and roll love on Craigslist. -Magnolia Electric Co. tops the charts at Wax Trax.

Today in Cafe Society: -Smashburger gets some more love. -A dark day for barbecue, pizza and mussels. -What does Colorado need more of? -Colorado booze.

Today in The Latest Word: -Broncos tweeting. -Fox 31's morning show was a real barn burner. -Want to feel the warm glow of humanity? Click this. -Pot is maybe coming legally to Breckenridge.

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