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August 26 In Blogs: President Barack Obama, Rocky Horror, Joe's Farm Grill, and Animal Attraction

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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:
Christopher Broughton's Pastor Steven Anderson Prays for President Barack Obama's Death

Up on the Sun:
Scottsdale's Afro:Baile Records Preps Third Comp CD, Party

The Rocky Horror Picture Show Returns to Mill Avenue and Finds New Home at Madcap Theaters

Chow Bella:
There's Something Fishy in This Week's Meal Ticket

A Month of Crazy Hot Dogs at Joe's Farm Grill

Valley Fever:
Chandler Cops Seek Circle K Robbery Suspect

Arizona Man Admits to Animal Attraction in Florida Newspaper Story

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