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Westword Blog Shortcut, September 19 Edition

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Today on Backbeat Online, Cory Casciato reviews John Digweed's set at Beta, and Dave Herrera unearths some old recordings from Rainbow Music Hall.

Meanwhile, on a much prettier blog called Cat's Pajamas, Aubrey Shoe previews an upcoming fashion show.

And earlier this morning, right here at Latest Word, we gave you some video evidence of why you should get that Broncos logo tattooed on your ass at this weekend's festival, and not when you're drunk after the game Sunday.

Prediction, by the way: Broncos 31, Saints 24. You heard it hear eighth. -- Joe Tone

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