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Morning Roundup -- Thursday, June 24

Good morning.

Two strip clubs have lost their liquor licenses in the wake of March raids, Staff Reporter Dan Herbeck reports.

Two Sabres took home some hardware from the NHL Awards in Las Vegas last night.

Two bodies were found in a Black Rock home this morning.

The man accused of phoning in a bomb threat to the headquarters of gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino pleaded not guilty in court Wednesday, Staff Reporter Phil Fairbanks writes.

Here's a video from yesterday's third annual Stiletto "Run" on Elmwood Avenue, which was organized by ShoeFly and Celebrate Buffalo, and which benefited the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance:

Here's Arts Editor Jeff Simon's review of "Grown Ups," the new film starring several former Saturday Night Live cast members.

The author of the Rolling Stone magazine piece that lead to the removal of Army Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal appeared on NBC's Today Show this morning. Here's a video clip from the interview:

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--Aaron Besecker 

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