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Walter Cronkite, Slayer, Marilyn Manson and Summer of Sound Over the Weekend

ASU Cronkite Journalism School Mourns the Death of Its Namesake Walter Cronkite, famous CBS anchorman known as "the most trusted man in America," and long-time mentor to Arizona State University School of Journalism students, died today at his New York home. He was 92...full story

Rockstar Mayhem Tour: Slayer Plays Through The (Dry) Heat When the lights finally went down at 8:25, the crowd erupted as Slayer tore into the opening bars of "God Hates Us All." Guitarist Jeff Hanneman was wearing his customary Raiders jersey, but someone forgot to tell fellow guitarist Kerry King and bassist/vocalist Tom Araya that it's a major faux pas to wear your own band's T-shirt at a gig. Wardrobe issues aside, Slayer put on a show befitting its near-three-decade legacy...full story

Slide show: Slayer, Marilyn Manson and More From the Rockstar Mayhem Festival

Summer of Sound Continues at the Library New Times' Summer of Sound concert series continued with Dry River Yacht Club, Gospel Claws, Michelle Blades, and Miles to Nowhere performing live at the Library on Mill on July 18, 2009...see photos
Also: Q&A: Jessica Lea Mayfield Talks Step Mothering, Dropping Out and Punching Ex-Boyfriends

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