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The Westword.com Blog Shortcut, June 23 Edition

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Backbeat Online includes a review of the city-shaking Fluid reunion show, plus our take on a Red Rocks performance by once-and-future Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant and bluegrass lass Alison Krauss, plus a review of Broken Spindles at the Larimer Lounge. The Cat's Pajamas spotlights new photos of fashions on the 'Fax, while Cafe Society gets to the middle of Froot Loops Smoothie cereal. In a word, yogurty. Finally, Demver is fortunate to feature the latest installment of Kenny Be's Delegating Denver series, this one focusing on Utah. It's the 49th entry in a planned 56 item series, but first in the heart of any Osmond you care to name. Click over and see 'em sometime. -- Michael Roberts

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