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Today in The Latest Word: -Eat local. It's getting easier to tell. -Jim Green's fart art. -Frontier has an Emmy but not money. -Twitter Tuesday

Today in Backbeat Online: -Tyler Jacobson bowing out of Lipgloss. -The Pixies are coming! -Hot Meese underpants action! -You're always welcome here, Off With Their Heads.

Today in Cafe Society: -Taste of Colfax tonight. -Stever Horner -- still wasting everyone's time and money. -Yo's Cheesesteak at the Civic Center. -Where is Lori Midson getting some tongue? -Free coffee at Ink! tomorrow

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