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Just in time for a soggy Friday, The Cat's Pajamas delivers Susan Froyd's guide to the most fetching boots to wear in the rain. Meanwhile, Cafe Society previews a Saturday event at Seven Cups -- and the Candy Girls sample Satellite Wafers. These sweets didn't exactly put them into orbit.

What about Backbeat Online? Westword's music gurus present a live review of Richie Hawtin at Beta and Quibian Salazar-Moreno's regular Friday Rap-Up. Which will get you more than ready for the weekend. -- Michael Roberts

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