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August 15 In Blogs: Russell Pearce, Custom Pipes, Dave Pratt, Food Trucks, and CityNorth

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Russell Pearce's Lawyer Files Notice of Appeal to Arizona Supreme Court

Jackalope Ranch: Wooden Vaginas and Baby Bottles: The Six Worst Custom Pipes Ever (NSFW)

Valley Bars and Clubs Offer Back to School Drink Deals and Parties for College Kids

Up on the Sun: A Challenge to Dave Pratt, 'The Morning Mayor,' on X103.9 FM

Help Colorstore Recover Stolen Equipment

Chow Bella: Vincent Guerithault of Vincent on Camelback

The Great Food Truck Race: Vote for Your Favorite AZ Wheels to Roll Into Next Season's Line-Up

Valley Fever: Taxi Driver and Passenger Beat Man to Death During Parking Lot Squabble, Avondale Cops Say

Phoenix Council Members Plan To Terminate CityNorth's $100 Million Tax Rebate Deal

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