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August 24 In Blogs: Russell Pearce, Atomic Comics, Amy Winehouse, America's Taco Shop, and an Illegal Immigrant Roundup

In the 24-hour news cycle, it can be difficult to keep up. We have the solution. Check back on Valley Fever every evening for highlights from each of New Times' blogs.

Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Russell Pearce's Fave Scribe Linda Bentley's Wacky E-mails

Russell Pearce Shill Matt Tolman's "Illegal" Signs in LD18, Olivia Cortes, and More Recall News

Jackalope Ranch: All About Books and Comics Will Honor Atomic Comics Orders

Cycle: Seven Kickass Mountain Bike Stunts

Up on the Sun: Club Candids: Lingerieve at Jackson's on 3rd

Drugs Ruled Out in Amy Winehouse's Cause of Death

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Chow Bella: Is America's Taco Shop Being Franchised? All Signs (and an E-mail) Point to "Yes."

Truckin' Good Food's Jeff Kraus Launches New Concept

Valley Fever: CPS Places 4-Month-Old in Care of Angelica Jimenez -- Whose Boyfriend Then Allegedly Broke Baby's Bones and Used Her as Ashtray

MCSO Raids Phoenix Days Inn in Today's Illegal Immigrant Roundup

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