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At Backbeat Online, eyeball plenty of good stuff, including an update on Denver's own Meese, news about 3Oh!3 and the Flobots getting hyped on the MySpace music page, and Q&As with Cee-Lo Green of Gnarls Barkley and Cobra Starship's Ryan Blackinton. Meanwhile, The Cat's Pajamas features the latest report from teen fashion correspondent Sarah Bolliger, Demver shows off a new street-corner protest sign -- "Obama is a Commie" -- and Cafe Society reveals the not-so-skinny about a Jack in the Box offer of two free tacos to anyone who brings in a receipt after fueling up his or her car. It's like getting gas twice! -- Michael Roberts

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