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The Westword.com blog shortcut, September 4 edition

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Most of the blogging action in these parts can be found on The Latest Word today -- don't miss Joe Tone's Daily Show Denver week roundup and the third installment of Adam Cayton-Holland's obsessive series about former first daughter Monica Owens. Don't worry, Ms. O: He's (practically) harmless.

Also check out a Cafe Society item about the curious campaign being run by Marczyk Fine Foods. And over at the The Cat's Pajamas, Aubrey Shoe waxes rhapsodic about Shapes Salon. It's a cut above. -- Michael Roberts

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