August 12 In Blogs: Russell Pearce, Venue 104, Kings of Leon, Jamie Oliver, and Honeywell

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Today's entries:

Feathered Basatard: Russell Pearce Recall Opponent Tommy Cattey Drops Out, Endorses Jerry Lewis

Russell Pearce's Challenge to Recall Shot Down, Dismissed by Judge Hugh Hegyi

Jackalope Ranch: Soldierleisure's Mid-Pedal on monOrchid

Behind the Scenes of Tempe's New Venue 104

Up on the Sun: Kings of Leon Shoot Down Reports of Letting Caleb Go

Ataris' Kris Roe Explains the Meaning Behind His Arizona Tattoo, Classic Phoenix Venues, and Warped Tour

Chow Bella: Does Jamie Oliver Have A Secret Pizza Partner in Phoenix? Yes, He Does -- Never Mind.

Jon Doholis' Carrot Cosmo and Celeri-addict

Valley Fever: Honeywell Contract is Target of Anti-Arizona Immigration Activists in Los Angeles

Phoenix Spends $6.8 Million to Make Changes in Reverse Lane Signage That Aren't Really Needed

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