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Today in Backbeat Online:Flier of the Week: Lipgloss. • Heavy Rotation, our top spins for the week of September 14, 2009.

Today in Cafe Society:Amnesia wins the Mix Master Bartender contest, appropriately enough. • Hosea Rosenberg hosts Colorado harvest dinner at Jax Boulder. • Chef and Tell: Paul Reilly of Encore. • Our Weekly Bread: Cafe Options. • Under Fire: Sugar and spice.

Today in The Latest Word:Mario Solis-Marich to stop "boof"-ing the CU Buffs. • Jane Norton's introduction not too mavericky. • Denver's five most reviled (alleged!) criminals of 2009. • Jared Polis says there's no defense for the Defense of Marriage Act. • More tweetup do-gooders party for a cause. And it doesn't have anything to do with Kanye West or Taylor Swift.

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