August 25 In Blogs: Tom Horne, Rob Dyrdek, LeBron James, School Lunches, and Barack Obama

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​​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: Tom Horne Inches Ahead of Andrew Thomas in Attorney General Race; Jason Rose Throws Thomas Under the Bus

Joe Arpaio Punks the Feds Yet Again?

Jackalope Ranch: Steve Bass Remains In The ICU; DPS Investigation Slated For Completion In One Month

Pro Skate Boarder Rob Dyrdek Gives Phoenix $50K for New Skate Park

Up on the Sun: LeBron James Is A Bitch: The Greatest Sports Parody Song of All Time?

Katy Perry Loses Herself on 'Teenage Dream,' But It's Still Super-Catchy

Chow Bella: Pig Skin: Chicharrones from Huauchinango Mexican Grill

Valley Chefs Reveal What Was in Their School Lunches

Valley Fever: In Case You Didn't Hear Him the First Time, Ben Quayle Thinks Barack Obama is the Worst President in History

Transient Man Arrested for Fondling Sleeping Passenger on the Light Rail; the Passenger Was Another Dude

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